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Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Keynesian Stimulus?

Wonder Land columnist Daniel Henninger questions the theory behind Barack Obama's stimulus plan. (Feb. 12)

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Bloggingheads- Is Patriotism Bad?

Robert Wright, left, of Bloggingheads.tv and Ramesh Ponnuru of National Review debate whether patriotism is a good thing.

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Times Reporters Talk to Charlie Rose

Charlie Rose hosts New York Times reporters to discuss President Obama's economic stabilization plan.

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Mossberg- 'Sexy' Vaio P Has Major Flaw

WSJ's Personal Technology columnist Walt Mossberg reviews Sony's pocketable laptop, the Vaio P. As he puts it, though "a sexy, new, little laptop", the Vaio P doesn't overcome a disastrous shortcoming.

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Credit Crisis Takes Toll on Mink Industry

Mink farming is in a downturn as cash-strapped consumers -- throughout the world -- are no longe purchasing luxury items like fur coats. WSJ's Lauren Etter and Ilan Brat report.

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Chicken Housing Crisis Hits U.S.

Thanks to last year's bankruptcy filing by poultry giant Pilgrim's Pride Corp., scores of farmers suddenly find themselves unable to make hefty mortgage payments. WSJ's Lauren Etter reports.

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Skepticism Surrounds Obama Stimulus Plan

WSJ's Kelly Evans speaks with News Editor Phil Izzo on the sudden skepticism surrounding President Barack Obama's promise to create or save 4 million jobs.

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Trident Gum's Fake TV Show

This Trident chewing gum ad features a fake new television show called "That's Not Fake," hosted by comedian Martin Mull. The Web site for the fictitious show bills itself as the go-to site for "debunking, exposing and undermining" fake online videos.

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For Emilie Simon, Singing in English Proves Risky

Singer and songwriter Emilie Simon sings in French -- and English. But by looking to improve her marketability, she may lose fans in France. WSJ's Gabriele Steinhauser reports.

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Openshaw's 'Stockarazzi' Report

Following celebrities? That's for the birds. Jennifer Openshaw follows what can happen to the stocks of the stars' coveted brands and products. (Feb. 11)

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Next Steps in Economic Recovery - ASK THE EXPERT

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2009/01/recovery_reinvestment101.html How quickly will we begin seeing the effects of the economic recovery and reinvestment package? How much does the stimulus invest in long-term, rather than short-term, growth? How can we prevent a similar economic downturn in the future? Michael Ettlinger of the Center for American Progress offers the answers in the latest installment of CAPs ASK THE EXPERT series.

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Investors React Negatively to Uncertainity in TARP 2

Bob O'Brien in the Stocks Today Video Minute says investors bid up bank stocks last week before new bailout was revealed. But the vagueness of the plan after it was released yesterday resulted in a 400 point drop in the Dow.

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Taliban Resurfaces Leaving Many Dead in Kabul Attacks

Taliban militants have killed 20 people in three simultaneous attacks on government buildings in one of the most audacious strikes on the Afghan capital since the Islamist group was driven from power. Video Courtesy of Reuters.

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Hello New Lows

The market can handle bad news or good news. It can't handle uncertainity. Mealymouthed words from the Treasury Secretary Geithner left the market reeling

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Daily Baggage- Feb. 11

The Bagger gets so serious about what's missing from this year's Oscar race.

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Death of the Morning Obit in Detroit

WSJ's Jeff Zaslow tells the tale of a declining Detroit market and how people are going to get their fix of morning obits.

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NFL Insider- Brett Favre Staying Retired

Jay Glazer of FoxSports.com has the latest on Brett Favre, who recently told the New York Jets he will retire. Favre initially retired from the Packers last year before changing his mind. Video courtesy FoxSports.com.

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Michigan Secretary of State Terri Lynn Land


Michigan Secretary of State Terri Lynn Land speaks at GOPAC conference. (Florida, 2008)

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Obama Wants Control of the Census

Columnist John Fund explains Barack Obama's strategy and what it means for Judd Gregg. (Feb. 11)

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MarketWatch Hot Stocks Report- Financials

Select earnings reports and a modest relief rally in banking stocks lifted the financial sector on Wednesday. (Feb. 11)

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Kabul's Brazen Bombing, Obama's Challenge

WSJ's Nik Deogun speaks with colleague Adam Najberg about the attack in Kabul that killed dozens. Gunmen wearing suicide vests had stormed Afghanistan's Justice Ministry, setting off explosions. Nik discusses the implications of the attack for the Obama administration.

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Three-Car Crash Kills 20 in Peru

At least 20 people died and more than 50 were injured when a truck collided with two buses Tuesday in Arequipa, Peru, where these types of accidents are not uncommon. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Morning Show Roundup 2/11/09

Morning Show Roundup 2/11/09

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Morning Show Roundup 2/11/09

Morning Show Roundup 2/11/09

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Report- Migrant Workers Face Abuse in Russia

Millions have flocked to Russia from poor ex-Soviet republics in search of work. According to a report by the group Human Rights Watch, some have been welcomed with unfair treatment. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Koala Rescued From Australia Brush Fire

A Koala, one of many animals injured in ferocious Australia brush fires that claimed at least 180 lives, is winning hearts. People are scrambling to help the wounded creatures. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Israeli Rivals Both Claim Election Win

With almost all the votes counted, Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni's Kadima Party has 28 seats; Benjamin Netanyahu's hardline Likud Party has 27. Still, both officials are claiming victory. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Mossberg Solution- Cellphone for Seniors Loud and Clear

WSJ's Katherine Boehret discusses the ClarityLife C900, a cellphone designed specifically for senior citizens. The cellphone incorporates features that are useful for someone who may be hard of hearing or using a hearing aid.

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A Paintbrush and 'Nothing to Lose'

Doctors say Cordula Volkening, a Brooklyn mother of two, has three months to live. She has found solace in painting, and has sold many of them, with the proceeds going to her children.

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Bank Chieftains to Explain Themselves

Executives from some of the nation's largest banks will be on Capitol Hill to explain what happened to billions of bailout dollars. Meanwhile, the White House is pushing the economic stimulus program and a new bank bailout. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Politico Playback 2/11/09

Politico Playback 2/11/09

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Politico Playback 2/11/09

Politico Playback 2/11/09

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World- Suicide Bombers Strike Afghan Offices

Taliban suicide bombers attacked three government sites in Kabul, killing at least 20 people, on the eve of U.S. special envoy Richard Holbrooke's arrival in Afghanistan.

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Race to save prehistoric art in Lascaux

It may be cave art, but it takes high-tech expertise to bring the paintings of France's Lascaux caves to life again. Artists are rushing to complete a new reproduction of the historic site before it's too late.

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Reid and The Republicans

Sen. Harry Reid and the three Republicans who voted for the stimulus bill speak after reaching an agreement.

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Obama- Caterpillar Can Rehire if Stimulus Passes

President Obama says the CEO of Caterpillar will rehire some laid-off workers if Congress passes the stimulus bill. Obama will visit Caterpillar on Thursday. (Feb. 11)

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Gibbs- Stimulus Not Designed for 1-day Reaction

White House press secretary Robert Gibbs says the administration's bailout plan that sent Wall Street tumbling was not designed for a 'one-day market reaction.' (Feb.11)

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Designers tighten belts for NY Fashion Week

Famed funky New York designer Betsey Johnson is one of the fashionistas who pulled out of New York 's February 2009 Fashion Week. She tells AFPTV how tough economic times are affecting her craft.

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Wall St. Won't Buy Bailout

The lack of details in the White House's announcement of bailout plans worried bankers, sending Wall Street into a plunge, reports Jeff Glor.

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Google's Power Struggle

We were right about Amazon's new Kindle, Microsoft wants to start its own App Store, and Google hopes to monitor your house to find out how much energy you're wasting.

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Car Rams Store, Hits Toddler

A car crashed through the glass of a bakery in Lawrence, Mass., pushing a display case into a young boy. The boy suffered only minor injuries. Police say the elderly driver mistook the gas for the brake.

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Notebook- PB & Bailout

With sales down 20% after the nation's largest recall, peanut butter manufacturers may be the next industry in need of a bailout. Katie Couric reports.

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Westminster Pooch Primping

The Westminster Dog Show in New York City is like the Super Bowl for dogs with much more time spent on grooming and training in the off-season than the at main event. Cali Carlin reports. (westminsterkennelclub.org)

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High Stakes Election In Israel

Voters have cast their ballots in Israel, as a competitive election unfolds between former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and rival Tzipi Livni. CBS News' Charlie D'Agata reports from Tel Aviv.

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Tornado Rocks Oklahoma

CBS News RAW: A severe storm moving through central Oklahoma knocked down power lines, damaged structures and caused a power outage. Officials said one injury had been reported so far. The person was being treated for cuts from broken glass.

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Every Dog Has Its Day

Two girls from Mich. are taking N.Y. and the Westminster Dog Show by storm. As Kelly Wallace reports, they're going against the odds for a chance to win big.

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Birds Travel North For Winter

According to a report, many species of birds are responding to increasing climate change by traveling north instead of south. John Blackstone reports.

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Geithner Revises Stimulus Plan

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner has redesigned Pres. Obama's stimulus package to provide up to a trillion dollars to alleviate the massive setbacks in the credit market. Anthony Mason reports.

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Fast Draw- Credit Crunch

Mitch Butler and Josh Landis examine the current crisis now facing credit card companies, who have faced recent difficulty trying to sell off consumer debt to investors.

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Keeping Friendly Skies Safe

During Katie Couric's exclusive interview with Capt. Chesley Sullenberger, the hero of U.S. Airways Flight 1549 expressed concern over the airline industry's ability to attract experienced pilots.

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Israel's Close Election

Tzipi Livni has a slight lead over Benjamin Netanyahu for Israel's' next Prime Minister but can her party alleviate peace efforts in the Middle East? Richard Roth reports.

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Stump Is Top Dog

The Westminster Dog Show crowned Stump the 10-year-old Sussex Spaniel as best in show. Stump is the oldest dog to ever win best in show.

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Taking On The Atlantic Ocean

CBS Exclusive: Endurance swimmer Jennifer Figge is attempting to swim across the Atlantic Ocean. Harry Smith spoke with her from Trinidad where she is on the last leg of her swim.

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The Skinny On Detox Diets

Julie Chen spoke with Nutritionist Tanya Zuckerbrot and US magazine's Gwen Flamberg spoke about the latest craze in dieting, celebrity detox diets.

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Girl Survives 18min Underwater

A rare 'hibernation' effect prevented a child from drowning to death in a cold pool after 18 minutes underwater, reports Sheila MacVicar.

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Country Music Awards Noms

Country singers LeAnn Rimes, Jessica Simpson, Kellie Pickler and Julianne Hough announce the nominees for the Academy of Country Music awards.

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V-Day Breakfast In Bed

Chef Jonathan Cartwright from Maine's famed White Barn Inn makes a lobster omelet that can be a great way to start Valentine's day with your loved one.

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Jessica Simpson Keeps The Faith

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with country singer Jessica Simpson about her new single and her current photo controversy.

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Taliban assaults on government kill 26 in Kabul

Taliban militants launched suicide bomb and gun attacks Wednesday on three Afghan government buildings, killing at least 26 people, in one of the most daring assaults on the capital to date. Images and soundbites from the ministries. Raw images and soundbites.

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Cult director Burnett at Provence film festival

Award-winning US filmmaker Charles Burnett has made an appearance at the 22nd Manosque film festival in southeast France.

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New arson attacks suspected as Australian fires rage

Australian police are investigating fresh arson attacks and are appealing for the public to come forward with information as wildfired continue to rage across farms and tinder-dry bushland.

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Israel In Limbo

Israel's elections are over but it is still unsure who will rule the country. As Richard Roth reports, both of the top two parties are claiming victory.

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Student Steals The Show

Fla. College student Julio Asegueda spoke with Julie Chen and Harry Smith about his memorable moment during President Obama's town hall meeting about the declining economy.

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Caylee Anthony Remembered

A public memorial for slain toddler Caylee Anthony was held in Fla. by her grandparents. As Kelly Cobiella reports, mourners offered prayers for Caylee and her mother Casey.

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The Last Master Cooper

As CBS' Amy Guttman explains, England is looking for a few good men and women to become Master Coopers.

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Senator 'Appalled' At Bailout

Senate banking committee member Richard Shelby, R-Ala., tells Harry Smith on "The Early Show" the White House should have waited before announcing its bailout plans.

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Children live rough on Tanzania streets

According to the United Nations, there are some 100 million children across the world living on the street. AFPTV spent a day with the street children of Tanzania's second-largest city, Mwanza.

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Wave of Taliban attacks kills 19 in Kabul

Three near-simultaneous Taliban assaults on government offices in the Afghan capital on Wednesday have left at least 19 people dead and 54 wounded. Raw images.

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Likud celebrate on election night

Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni and hawkish ex-premier Benjamin Netanyahu were locked in a battle for power on Wednesday after both claimed victory in Israel's elections.

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Staging 'Mona Lisa's' funeral

The French-Chinese artist Yan Pei-Ming is courting controversy with a new exhibit staging the "funeral of Mona Lisa", only steps from the original Leonardo da Vinci masterpiece in the Louvre museum.

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Israeli rivals battle for power after tight vote

Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni and hawkish ex-premier Benjamin Netanyahu were locked in a battle for power on Wednesday after a photo-finish election that could send peace talks into limbo.

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Sen Harkin- 'We need the Fairness Doctrine back'

Sen Harkin: 'We need the Fairness Doctrine back'

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Taking It To The Streets

In his continuing campaign to sell his stimulus plan to the public, President Obama traveled to Ft. Myers, Fla. where foreclosure rates are highest in the nation. Chip Reid reports.

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Mixed Signals From Iran

Iranian Pres. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said that he is willing to speak to U.S. leaders in order to address fledgling relations, although his actions may suggest otherwise. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Age Groups Differ on Greatest US President

Americans aged 18 to 34 are most likely to say Abraham Lincoln is the greatest president, those aged 35 to 54 say it is Ronald Reagan, and people ages 55 and older are most likely to choose John F. Kennedy.

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