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Friday, February 13, 2009

Bloggingheads- Obama Wins Stimulus?

David Corn, left, of Mother Jones and James Pinkerton of Fox News debate whether President Obama really got the stimulus bill he wanted.

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Secretary Clinton on Asia Relations

Speaking days before her trip to Asia, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton laid out a broad agenda for persistent engagement with Asian countries to solve global problems.

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Solar Panels for Ex-Cons

A training program in East Los Angeles is teaching ex-cons to install solar panels so they can improve their skill set and market themselves for the new green economy. WSJ's Russ Britt reports.

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The Spendocrats- "Stimulus"




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A Retiree Returns to Work

Jan Cone was happily retired. But after her retirement funds dried up amid the market downturn, she found herself hunting for a new job. Kelly Green reports on how she made the transition back to work.

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Enliven Winter with a Kiwi Sauvignon Blanc

For less than $20 you can brighten up the long winter days. It is as easy as opening a bottle of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc say Tastings columnists Dorothy Gaiter and John Brecher.

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Icing the Culprit in Continental Flight 3407 Crash?

WSJ's Adam Najberg talks to Aerospace editor Lynn Lunsford about the possible cause of the crash of Continental Flight 3407.

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Look Ahead- Fed Notes, Data on Tap

Data on home builders and housing starts kick off a holiday-shortened week. Fed chairman Ben Bernanke will address the Fed's balance sheet, and minutes will be released from the last Federal Reserve meeting. (Feb. 13)

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Bahamas' Cove Atlantis Resort is Cool and Contemporary

WSJ's Finicky Traveler Laura Landro takes us on a video tour of the Cove Atlantis, a new resort within the Atlantis resort on the Bahamas' Paradise Island. She says the Cove offers a sophisticated and contemporary alternative to the over-the-top aquatic theme at the Atlantis, sometimes called Las Vegas by the sea.

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Economic Stimulus, How Will It Work

Anna Burger is secretary-treasurer of the Service Employees International Union, and a member of President Barack Obama's economic recovery advisory board. She talks about the new White House board as well as the economic stimulus package. (Feb 13)

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Roxy the Lonely-Heart Penguin

It's the most romantic day of the year, but one London Zoo resident is still looking for Mr. Right. Young, free and single, Roxy the rockhopper penguin is the only one at London Zoo without a mate. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Man Charged with Arson in Australia Fires

Police in Australia charge a man with two count of arson over one of the country's deadly wildfires. Video courtesy of Reuters.

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Gearing Up for the G-7 and Geithner

Reuters economics editor Nick Edwards previews the first official international appearance of U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner amid the financial crisis.

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Looking Ahead- Europe

Annual results from beermakers Heineken and Carlsberg are due following their acquisition of Scottish and Newcastle for $15 billion, but both are contending with market weakness. Steve Goldstein reports. (Feb. 13)

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No Mayday Call From Flight 3407 Pilot

Fox's Rick Leventhal gives an update on the the Continental Connection commuter plane that crashed into a home outside Buffalo late Thursday. All 49 people aboard and one on the ground were killed. Video courtesy of Fox News.

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Daily Baggage- Feb. 13

The Bagger wrestles with the choice for best actor.

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Analysis- Microsoft to Open Stores

Like its fierce competitor Apple, Microsoft is set to open its own retail shops. WSJ's Adam Najberg asks Senior Technology Editor Julia Angwin what this new strategy means for the company and what the new stores may look like.

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Motorola's Comeback and the Future of Tree.com

Barrons.com Executive Editor John Kimelman reports on Motorola Inc.'s attempt at a comeback and the future of Tree.com, a unit of LendingTree.

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Stocks Today- Sales Slide on Peanut Butter Scare

The peanut butter industry has taken a huge hit after a salmonella scare surrounding the Peanut Corporation of America. The J.M. Smucker Co. is working to reassure customers its products are safe. Bob O'Brien reports.

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The Week Ahead in Asia

Japan's upcoming economic data may prompt new action by the central bank. Bridgestone and Australia's Woodside also report earnings. Michael Kitchen reports. (Feb. 13)

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MarketWatch's Hot Stocks- Research In Motion

Research In Motion tumbles after analyst downgrades the stock to the equivalent of sell, citing concern that that smart-phone sales will suffer in the slowing economy. (Feb. 13)

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T Takes- Brooklyn '09 Episode 6

The sixth and final installment of our exclusive series.

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Morning Show Roundup 2/13/09

Morning Show Roundup 2/13/09

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Politico Playback 2/13/09

Politico Playback 2/13/09

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'The International'

Watch a scene from the movie "The International." Video courtesy of Sony Pictures.

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'Two Lovers'

Watch a scene from the movie "Two Lovers." Video courtesy of Magnolia Pictures.

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All Things Considered by NPR Chief

Vivian Schiller, president and chief executive of NPR, talks to MarketWatch's Jon Friedman about the future of the news organization and public radio. (Feb. 13)

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Dozens Die in New York Plane Crash

Continental Express Flight 3407, operated by Colgan Air, was not far from its destination late Thursday when it crashed into a house near Buffalo and burst into flames. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Feb. 13)

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Did Bipartisanship Sink Obama's Commerce Pick?

President Obama is facing an unexpected problem - finding a commerce secretary.The AP's Julie Pace looks at how Obama's commitment to bipartisanship may the undoing of his latest nominee. (Feb. 13)

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White House- Obama Will Still Reach Out to GOP

The White House says President Obama will continue to reach out to GOP lawmakers, despite Republican Sen. Judd Gregg's decision to withdraw his nomination for commerce secretary because of 'irreversable conflicts' on several issues. (Feb. 13)

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Tough Times Back In The Day

In honor of Sunday Morning s thirtieth anniversary, Bill Geist takes a look back at some of the best additions and innovations throughout society over the course of the last several decades.

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Loaded- Love-O-Meter

We've got a look at the latest Garmin Nuvifone, Tesla wants to make electric sedans, and we've got a first look at a gadget for lovers.

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We Want You... to play US Army video games

Most visitors to the Army Experience Center located in a Philadelphia mall come for the free video games. in particular its combat simulators. Players say they like getting a "first-hand experience" of combat, but army officials say the center is not specifically designed to recruit new soldiers.

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Lebanese couples stage symbolic 'civil weddings'

Ahead of Valentine's Day in Beirut some couples are staging symbolic weddings. It's part of a long-running campaign to allow civil ceremonies in a country where only religious marriages are legally recognised, a move that would help couples of different faiths.

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Thirsty Koala Recovering Well

Sam the koala shot to fame after firefighters in Australia found him burned and disoriented and shot video of him drinking three water bottles. He is now recovering at an animal shelter.

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Rabies Outbreak In Angola

CBS News RAW: Concern has been raised over the amount of stray dogs throughout regions of Angola, as nearly three dozen children have died of rabies in this African nation's capital city of Luanda.

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Rare Look At Yucatan Rays

KFMB meteorologist Shawn Styles reports on a rare find off the Gulf of Mexico, as a photographer was able to capture the migration of thousands of rare cow-nosed rays.

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Bargain Valentine's Jewelry

The recession has tightened the spending budgets of millions of Americans and, as Alexis Christoforous, more and more jewelry stores have turned to creative options for this upcoming Valentine's Day.

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Notebook- Lincoln's Birthday

Although Abraham Lincoln's birthday isn't a national holiday, his 200th birthday has sparked celebrations across the U.S. Bianca Sol rzano reports.

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Gregg Admits Mistake

CBS News RAW: At a news conference on Thursday, Sen. Judd Gregg (R-N.H.) explained why he has withdrawn his name from consideration to be President Obama's Secretary of Commerce.

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Commerce Nominee Bows Out

President Obama's choice for commerce secretary, Sen. Judd Gregg, R-N.H., has backed out. Gregg says that he cannot support Obama's economic stimulus package. Chip Reid reports.

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Juveniles Wrongly Accused?

Two Pa. judges are under fire for a scam in which thousands of juveniles were sentenced to detention facilities. As Seth Doane reports, the judges admit receiving money for locking youths up.

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Court- No Autism-Vaccine Link

A special court has ruled in three cases that there is no link between autism and a measles, mumps and rubella vaccine. Katie Couric speaks with Dr. Jon LaPook about this landmark ruling.

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The Legacy Of Lincoln

In celebration of the 200th birthday of the nation's 16th president, Jeff Glor reports that Americans are using creative methods in order to pay tribute to a man who left an indelible legacy.

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Inside Mortgage Rescue Scams

More and more mortgage modification and foreclosure rescue consultants have been allegedly scamming desperate home owners who are in danger of losing their property. Armen Keteyian investigates.

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Eye On Stimulus Tax Breaks

As the latest proposed economic stimulus package moves through Congress, CBS News' Nancy Cordes reports on the amount of breaks small business owners and taxpayers should expect to receive.

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Cambodia's infamous Tuol Sleng prison

At least 12,000 prisoners were tortured in Cambodia's Tuol Sleng prison from 1975 to 1979 during the brutal Khmer Rouge communist regime. Thirty years later, the prison chief known as Duch is at last standing trial for atrocities commited at the detention centre, also known as S-21. Chum Mey and Bou Meng were among a handful of people who made it through Tuol Sleng and lived to tell about it.

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Caracas crime crucial to Venezuela vote

Security is top of the agenda in the run-up to Sunday's referendum in Venezuela. But some blame President Hugo Chavez for allowing violent crime in slum areas such as Petare to spiral out of control.

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Obama on Stimulus

Obama on Stimulus

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Obama on Gregg

Obama on Gregg

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Obama on Buffalo Plane Crash

President Obama on Buffalo Plane Crash

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Obama at Cat Plant in Peoria

Obama at Cat Plant in Peoria

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A look behind the mask

Venice's annual Carnival festivities get under way on Saturday. The two-week bout of merrymaking and revellery is an excellent showcase for craftsmen of the city, who have been making masks for the event for centuries. A visit with one master mask artist.

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Egyptian 'lesbian' film courts controversy

A new film in Egypt is causing uproar. The reason? "Out of Control" depicts youth culture: drink, drugs and -- most controversially -- a lesbian affair. Now, the movie risks being banned.

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Will you be my Valentine -- for the 72nd time?

Jean and Andree Dourthe are celebrating Valentine's Day on Saturday... for the 72nd time. Aged 106 and 91, they say the romance is still going strong.

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EU enters recession, US readies stimulus vote

The European Union officially plunged into recession on Friday as the US Congress prepared to vote on a massive spending and tax cuts package aimed at reviving the US economy.

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Gregg Withdraws Commerce Nomination

Republican Judd Gregg withdrew his nomination for commerce secretary, saying he had irresolvable conflicts with some of President Obama's positions. Gregg is the third cabinet appointee to withdraw his nomination. (Feb. 12)

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Black Boxes Key, Says Expert

Aviation expert Peter Goelz tells Maggie Rodriguez what investigators will look at when they consider the reason Continental Flight 3407 went down near Buffalo, N.Y.

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3-Day Search For Haleigh

The father of missing 5-year-old, Haleigh Cummings, from Satsuma, Fla., takes a lie detector test as police continue their search, reports Kelly Cobiella.

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'Octomom' Gets Death Threats

California tax payers are furious that they may foot a million-dollar bill for the birth of Nadya Suleman's octuplets, as police investigate several death threats against her, reports Hattie Kauffman.

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Home Video Of Crash Site

Anthony Triglio, a witness to the fiery crash site tells his story to Maggie Rodriguez after taking video of the downed plane.

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Deadly Crash First Since '06

As Nancy Cordes reports, the air traffic control tapes reveal no warnings of trouble before this first fatal air crash in the U.S. since 2006.

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Commuter Crash Near Buffalo

At least 49 people are killed when a commuter plane from Newark Airport hits a home near Buffalo, N.Y. Jeff Glor is near the scene in Clarence, N.Y.

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Kosovo ski resort puts politics on ice

Next Tuesday, will be the one year anniversary of Kosovo's declaration of independence from Serbia. A ski resort managed by Serbs closed its doors in protest last year. But, now, Brezovica has reopened its slopes. Its guests are happy, but there are worries about the resort's future.

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Morocco looks for benefits in deadly deluge

Torrential rains have killed nearly 50 people in Morocco, and left vast swathes of the country underwater. Now there's hope the rains could prove a blessing in disguise for farmers.

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Pink knickers -- the latest weapon in India's culture clashes

A group of Indian women, angered by a Hindu vigilante attack on young women drinking in a bar, has banded together on the Internet to send pink underwear to the right-wingers.

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Obama Honors Lincoln, Jokes About Commerce Post

President Obama returned to Springfield, Illinois where he announced his candidacy 2 years ago this week to mark the 200th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's birth. (Feb. 12)

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Three in four americans cutting back on spending

Most Americans say that in the last six months they have cut back on spending because of concerns about household income, either a lot (38%) or a little (36%).

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