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Monday, June 8, 2009

E3- Tony Hawk Ride

Activision introduces the new skateboard controller for Tony Hawk's new game at GameSpot's E3 booth.

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E3 09- Madden NFL 10

GameSpot gets a closer look at the next installment of the NFL football franchise from EA at E3 2009.

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E3 09- DJ Hero

Activision shows GameSpot the new DJ music controllers for the upcoming DJ Hero.

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Airline Industry Reeling

Leahy says Airbus to add funds for customer finance. (Asia Confidential)

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Confidence On U.S. Economy

Analysis and discussion with Allan Zeman of Lan Kwai Fong Holdings Chairman. He talks about the U.S. economies road to end recession. (Asia Confidential)

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A Disney First

The Internet is buzzing with cheers - and even some jeers - for Disney's new animated princess. Michelle Miller reports on why this character is drawing so much attention.

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Angioplasty Doubts

Angioplasty is a very common medical procedure. However, recent studies have cast doubts on its benefits. Could too many people be getting angioplasty? Dr. John LaPook reports.

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Flight 447 Clues

Divers off the coast of Brazil have found a large portion of Air France Flight 447's tail as well as 16 bodies. As Armen Keteyian reports, the bodies could provide valuable clues into what happened.

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Obama's Ambitious Job Plan

In the hopes of generating an economic turnaround, President Obama has touted his plan to help save or create over 600,000 jobs in just 100 days as part of his stimulus package. Chip Reid reports.

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Stalled Stimulus

Getting stimulus money where it can create the most jobs in the shortest amount of time is more complicated than you may think. The reason: red tape. Wyatt Andrews explains.

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End Of Recession Approaches

The Nobel Prize winning economist warned last month in the U.S. economic stimulus plan was not enough to induce a recovery. At the London School of Economics he says he sees signs of stabilization. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Asian Currency Rally

Analysis and discussion with Sebastien Barbe, Head of Calyon Emerging Market Research and Strategist. He tackles about currencies. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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N. Korea Sentences Journalists

Tensions have intensified between the U.S. and North Korea, as two American journalists have been sentenced to 12 years of hard labor for entering the Asian country illegally. David Martin reports.

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3-Month Rally- Asia's Best-Performing Markets

The Hang Seng trades at 16.9 times earnings and the highest since December 2007, it shows how far stocks traveled just in the past three months. Hang Seng up 61%. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Recession May Be Done By September

Analysis and discussion with Thomas Harr, Senior Currency Strategist. He talks about the economies recovery from recession. (The Trade)

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Taiwan's Export Stocks

Taiwan's Taiex may more than double in 2 years, Taishin says. (The Trade)

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Apple's Newest Models

Apple unveils faster IPhone, cuts prices of older models as competition increases. (The Trade)

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Capital Raises To Affect Earnings

Higher share count could cut per share profit by 3.3% this year to $57.23. (The Trade)

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Oil To Spike

The economy will turn, demand will come back and the overcapacity of supply will disappear, Jeroen van der Veer says. (The Trade)

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Japanese Stocks Slumps

Sumitomo Mitsui bad loans "within our expectations", Chairman Masayuki Oku says. (The Trade)

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Australian Stock Market

CSL shares rally after it announce it will buy back $1.3 billion worth of shares. (The Trade)

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Notebook- Reporters Captured

Katie Couric discusses two U.S. journalists, Laura Ling and Euna Lee, who have been sentenced to 12 years in a North Korea prison after being apprehended in that communist nation earlier this year.

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Newsbreak- N. Korea Convicts 2 U.S. Journalists

2 U.S. journalists convicted, 17 bodies recovered from Air France flight 447, Edie Falco on 'Nurse Jackie'

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Sotomayor Fractures Ankle

CBS News RAW: Sonia Sotomayor suffered a small fracture in her right ankle after she tripped at LaGuardia Airport in N.Y. Sotomayor says she feels fine" and kept her schedule of meetings on Capitol Hill, including Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa). 70 CBS

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Jonathan Martin on Palin

Jonathan Martin on Palin

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Palin- "We told ya so"

Palin: "We told ya so"

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Job Boot Camp

For most members of the college class of 2009, graduation is the first step. Now, they have to land that first job, but for most job hunting is a tough process. Kelly Wallace reports.

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Fast Draw- Mideast Conflict

President Obama spoke strongly in support of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Josh Landis and Mitch Butler of The Fast Draw have a crash course in Mideast geo-politics.

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In-Depth Look - Bidding Wars in the Tech Sector

Risky Business on in the M&A Landscape - Analysis and Discussion with Nancy Havens-Hasty of Havens Advisors (Taking Stock)

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Spotlight - CB Richard Ellis

Commercial Real Estate - Interview with CB Richard Ellis Executive VP Peter Turchin (Bloomberg News)

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Monday's Gibbs and Takes

Monday's Gibbs and Takes

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Vilsack pushes the stimulus message

Vilsack pushes the stimulus message

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Reid smoking

Reid smoking

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Bernstein tests breifing room technology

Bernstein tests breifing room technology

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Salazar on jobs

Salazar on jobs

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Exclusive - Fate of Chrysler-Fiat Deal

Chrysler Asset Deal Delayed by U.S. Supreme Court [MARKET CLOSE 6.8 INCLUDED] (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Diluted Profits

Profits Diluted 4% by U.S. Share Sales (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Apple Adds New iPhones and Faster MacBooks

Live! From Apple's Annual Developers Conference in San Fransisco, CA: Interview with Piper Jaffray Analyst Gene Munster (Bloomberg News)

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Recap - Apple Annual Developers Conference

Live! Coverage from San Fransisco, CA: Apple Announces Faster New iPhone 3G (Bloomberg News)

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Tony Awards Red Carpet

CBS News caught up with Tony nominees and past winners on the award show's star-studded red carpet.

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In-Depth Look - Credit Card Delinquencies Up 11%

Delinquency Rates Rise in 1Q to 1.32%, from Last Year's 1Q of 1.19%; Delinquency Rate Could Peak in Late 2010/Early 2011 (Bloomberg News)

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Protect Your Skin And Tan

There are more than one million skin cancer cases diagnosed each year in the U.S. Learn how to protect your skin this summer and still get a great looking tan. Dr. Debbye Turner reports.

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Currency Outlook - Seeing a U.S. Dollar Rebound

Analysis and Discussion with Brian Dolan of Gain Capital Group (Bloomberg News)

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Sotomayor on crutches

Sotomayor on crutches

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Man Brutally Beaten By Police

New Jersey police beat a mentally ill man on a street corner. The man was walking shirtless on the sidewalk when the police ordered him to cover himself, which he appeared to do before being beaten.

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Inside Look - Speeding Up Stimulus Spending

A First - Exclusive Interview with Interior Secretary Ken Salazar (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - TARP Payback

Analysis and Discussion with Matt McCormick of Bahl & Gaynor: Financials Enjoy a Brief Rally, But there Is Marginal Fundamental Improvement (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Big Week for New Muni Issues

Analysis and Discussion with John Miller of Nuveen Asset Management (Bloomberg News)

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Shootout In Acapulco

Mexican soldiers engaged armed hostage-takers in a shootout in an Acapulco house. The hostages claimed to be Mexican police officers. Sixteen gunmen and two soldiers died in the two-hour conflict.

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In-Depth Look - KKR-Fidelity IPO Deal

KKR and Fidelity Investments Team Up, KKR to Sell Buyout IPOs Through Fidelity (Bloomberg News)

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Sector to Watch - Energy

The Natural Gas Debate - Stephen Schork Says Fundamentals Very Weak, Cheaper Than Coal for Utilities, and Non-Conventional Production Still High; Shell CEO Expects Crude Oil Spike; Traders Storing Crude on Tankers Off U.K. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Wall Street M&A Winners

Wall Street M&A Winners Led by Morgan Stanley Prove Model Not Dead Yet; Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Also Rank High, Citigroup However Does Not (Bloomberg News)

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Obama on Stimulus Summer Jobs Surge

Obama on Stimulus Summer Jobs Surge

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In-Depth Look - Interest Rate Speculation

Analysis and Discussion with Brian Edmunds of Cantor Fitzgerald (Bloomberg News)

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A Gym For Your Brain

At one San Francisco, Calif. gym, members are bulking up their brain. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Julia Robert's Cause

Actress Julia Roberts and camper Dexter Darden spoke with Harry Smith about the children camps that legendary actor Paul Newman started.

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TV Legend's Hit Sitcoms

As the creator of "All in the Family," "Maude," and "The Jeffersons," Norman Lear has been one of TV's most influential producers. Some of his best work is now available on DVD. Emma Buckley reports.

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Sky-Way Robbery

A la carte pricing may help you save money in a restaurant, but its costing airline passengers big bucks. Longtime travel guru Peter Greenberg tells Harry Smith how to avoid extra fees.

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Inside Look - The Fate of GM

Analysis and Discussion with David Cole of the Center for Automotive Research (Bloomberg News)

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Spotlight - General Motors

GM Gears Up for Hybrids - Interview with CEO Fritz Henderson (Bloomberg News)

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Con Man Or Crazy?

The sensational trial of the man who calls himself Clark Rockefeller is expected to come to a close. Rockefeller stands accused of kidnapping his daughter. Bianca Solorzano reports.

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Recap - Obama Speech

Obama Unveils New Projects, Says Economy Has Long Way to Go (Bloomberg News)

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Colbert goes commando

Colbert: 'I thought going commando meant going commando'

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Children's Sleep Disorders

As many as 1 in 4 children may suffer from sleep disorders, Dr. Jennifer Ashton spoke with Harry Smith about how to know if your child may be affected.

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Bodies Recovered From Flight

Investigators have recovered 17 bodies and additional wreckage from Air France flight 447 that crashed into the Atlantic Ocean. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Obama Back To Agenda

President Obama will renew his focus on his agenda including healthcare reform, the federal deficit and Judge Sonia Sotomayor. Thalia Assuras reports.

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The Obamas' Paris Getaway

President Obama, Michelle Obama and their children toured the sites of Paris, and created quite a stir. Richard Roth reports.

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S.D. Rancher Hits Jackpot

Neal Wanless of S.D. won $230 Million, one of the largest lottery jackpots of U.S. history. Mission, S.D. Mayor Timothy Grablander spoke on the town's excitement.

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Morning Show Roundup 6/8/09

Morning Show Roundup 6/8/09

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Fixed Income Outlook - An Inflation vs. Deflation Tug of War

Volatility in Treasuries - Analysis and Discussion with John Brynjolfsson of Armored Wolf (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Tough Retail Times

Interview and discussion with Jeffrey Katz of the Leapfrog Enterprises. He shares his perspective on the retail market that shows decline in sales. (Bloomberg News)

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U.S. Journalists Convicted

Two U.S. Journalists were sentenced to 12 years of hard labor in North Korea after investigating the trafficking of women. Barry Peterson reports. Author Richard Wolffe spoke on the matter.

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In-Depth Look - Natural Gas Off 31 Percent In 2009

Interview and discussion with Ralph Preston of the Heritage West. He give his thoughts on natural price rally in the market. (Bloomberg News)

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Richardson on journalist

Richardson on journalists: Obama walking "a good line"

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In-Depth Look - High-Ranked Fund Manager

Interview and discussion with Chuck Myers of the Fidelity Investments. He gives his outlook on stocks and the fidelity small cap values. (Bloomberg News)

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Market Open 6.08

Cris Valero is live in the New York Stock Exchange with the latest in the market. (Bloomberg News)

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McDonald's US Sales Chain 2.8% Missing Est.

McDonald's sales are up from May. Coffee is a big part of that success. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Europe's Troubles Could Spill To US

Interview and discussion with Simon Johnson, Professor & Economist at MIT. He says economic problems in Europe could spill over to the United States. (Bloomberg News)

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POLITICO Playback- 6/8/09

POLITICO Playback: 6/8/09

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In-Depth Look - Apple Worldwide Developers Conference

Interview and discussion with Nick Thompson of the Wired Magazine. He talks about the iPhone and Palm Pre rivalry. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Banks Capital Raising Plan

Interview and discussion with Bert Ely of the Ely & Co. He talks about the banking issues and their plan to raise capital. (Bloomberg News)

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Laura Bush on George's Silence

Laura Bush on George's Silence

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Cisco, Travelers Join Dow

Cisco and Travelers officially joins the Dow Jones industrial average replacing G.M. and Citigroup. (Bloomberg News)

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Latvian Currency Devaluation?

Latvia, teetering on the brink of economic collapse. They say they are prepared for potential currency devaluation. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Recovery In Sight?

Interview and discussion with Jean-Marie Eveillard of the First Eagle Global Fund. He says that recovery in the market is in sight, there is the stimulus in place, both on a monetary and fiscal standpoint. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Executive Comp Guidelines For TARP Recipient

Interview and discussion with Bill Burck of the Weil Gotshal & Manges. He gives his thoughts regarding the hedge funds and the banks TARP funds. (Bloomberg News)

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Stress Text, TARP - Bank Deadline

A big week for TARP. The bank bailout program has come full circle. There are several bank deadlines this week. (Bloomberg News)

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Home Prices May Keep Falling - Shiller

U.S. home prices may decline for some time. Robert Schiller says that housing prices may keep dropping in 2010 and 2011 partly because home buyers don't behave like other investors. (Bloomberg News)

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Focus Shift To Health Care

President Obama renews his push to pass a health care reform bill. A plan experts say will cost more than a trillion Dollars. (Bloomberg News)

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Movies Are Looking 'Up'

Up was the first to lead for two straight weeks with $44 for 2 million. It brought more than $137 million in the first 10 days in theaters. (Bloomberg News)

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Billy Elliot Wins 10 Tony

Billy Elliott the musical was the big winner at the Tony Awards last night in New York city. (Bloomberg News)

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Lenders May Get Control Of Tribune

Lenders could gain control of Tribune Company from Sam Zell. That is according to the "Chicago Tribune." (Bloomberg News)

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Apple Holds Annual Developers Conference

Apple holds its annual software developer conference in San Francisco. It is a gathering of the Mac faithful. (Bloomberg News)

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Stagflation Scenario Stalks US Economy

There is a new threat on the horizon, inflation, which could lead to a period of stagflation. (Bloomberg News)

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Oil To Spike Says Shell CEO

Oil prices may be on track to spike if new investments are not made according to the C.E.O. of Royal Dutch Shell. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - From 098% To 1.26% - 4+ Deviations

Interview and discussion with Tom Keene, Bloomberg Editor at large. He talks about the high yields and sustainability in the market. (Bloomberg News)

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Asian Market Check

Asian stocks is also seeing weakness. Concerns about the three-month rally making them too expensive. (Bloomberg News)

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Airbus Says To Be Seeking State Loans

Airbus is seeking $5 billion in state loans to fund its A-350. This may revive the feud with Boeing and the U.S. government. (Bloomberg News)

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Rio Tinto's Billion Dollar Breakup

Rio Tinto's decision to scrap an investment from China will cost it nearly $1 billion. (Bloomberg News)

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Lebanon Pro-West Coalition WIns

U.S. backed alliance appears wins a convict that could represent a defeat for Hezbollah and Iran and Syria. (Bloomberg News)

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UK Government In Crisis

U.K. Prime Minister Gordon Brown woes labor suffers an historic defeat in the European elections. (Bloomberg News)

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Woods Win Memorial

Tiger Woods came from four shots back to win the memorial tournament in Ohio. (Bloomberg News)

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Federer Triumphs in French Open

Roger Federer now the only man to win each of the four major tournaments after defeating Robin Soderling to capture the French Open. (Bloomberg News)

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Lakers Up 2-0 In NBA Finals

The Los Angeles Lakers are now two wins from their 15th championship. Pau Gasol scores seven of his 24 points in overtime to lead the Lakers to a 101-96 win over the Orlando Magic. (Bloomberg News)

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Tight Supplies Of Palm Pre

Analyst says less than 100,000 Pres are been sold over the weekend, a fraction of the latest iPhone sales in the first weekend. (Bloomberg News)

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Worst Of Recession Likely Over - BIS

Bank for International Settlements adds its name to the list of businesses, governments and investors who are saying the worst of the recession is over. (Bloomberg News)

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Supreme Court Asked To Halt Chrysler Sale

Three Indiana pension funds throw a wrench into Chrysler's sale of assets to Fiat. The three ask the Supreme Court justice to block the sale. (Bloomberg News)

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N. Korea Sentences US Journalists

North Korea convicts two American journalists of illegally entering the country and sentenced them to 12 years of labor. (Bloomberg News)

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European Market Check

Europe shares down this morning, and the cause can be pinned on a sharp defeat for the left in the E.U. elections and political uncertainty in the U.K. (Bloomberg News)

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Morgan, Goldman, & JPMorgan Has 21% M&A Market

Three other Wall Street firms are cleaning on M&A fees. Data shows that the top three merger advisors during Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and J.P.Morgan capture 36% of the market up from 24% last year and the highest level for any six-month period since the second half of 2001. (Bloomberg News)

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Citigroup Capital Plan Back On Track

Citigroup overcomes criticism about its C.E.O. from Sheila Bair and is proceeding with the capital plan. (Bloomberg News)

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Ben Bernanke's Conundrum

Yields on the two-five and 10-year treasury notes at the highest levels of the year this morning. Volatility in the treasury market is at a six-month high. (Bloomberg News)

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French dam to be 'world's biggest sundial'

2009 is the Year of Astronomy, 400 years after the first observations with a telescope by famed astronomer Galileo. To mark the occasion, French engineers and scientists are converting a giant dam in the Provence region of southern France into what they say will be the biggest sundial in the world. The 200,000-euro attraction is expected to draw thousands of tourists who flock to the region to visit the nearby Verdon canyons.

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Americans Most Pleased With Obama on Foreign Affairs

Majorities of Americans currently approve of the way President Barack Obama is handling foreign affairs (59%), the economy (55%), terrosim (55%), and the situation in the Middle East (55%).

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Asia Pacific- Two Conflicting Goals With North Korea

North Korea's sentencing of two American journalists to 12 years of hard labor complicates the U.S.' efforts to tackle the country's nuclear program.

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N.y./region- Clyde Haberman on "NYC"

The Times's "NYC" columnist discusses his path to journalism and his column.

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Opinion- Jim Dwyer on 'About New York'

Jim Dwyer, the Times's "About New York" columnist, discusses about his path to journalism and his column.

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French women attempt trans-Atlantic paddleboard record

Three French women hope to set a new world record by paddling 5,000 kilometres across the Atlantic between Canada and southwestern France on a five-metre long paddleboard. An AFPTV report.

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Press conference- update on Air France crash recovery efforts

Brazilian Navy and Air Force spokesmen held a press conference to update the public on efforts to recover the remains of victims of last week's Air France flight 447 crash.

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California wind rush attracts job seekers

As California gets ready to vastly increase it's windpower, workers who found themselves laid off as a result of the recession are flocking to wind turbine technology training centers and prepare to scoop up resulting jobs.

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Evanglicals feed Africa's faith

Like many countries across Africa, Benin has witnessed a spectacular rise in evangelical Christianity, as the Roman Catholic Church of the country's former colonial power, France, loses influence with locals. Converts praise the emotional intensity of the experience, while naysayers gripe that religion has become big business.

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Pro-Western bloc defeats Hezbollah in Lebanon elections

It's a win for a pro-Western bloc over Hezbollah and its allies at the ballot box in Lebanon. The Sunni coalition have landed 71 seats against Hezbollah's 57. On Monday, US President Barack Obama welcomed the election results.

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European right triumphant in vote

European conservatives decisively beat socialists and several far-right fringe parties made gains in EU elections marred by a record low turnout.

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Anti-EU, far right parties gain ground in Britain

Embattled British Prime Minister Gordon Brown faces a new fight for his leadership following disastrous European election results for his Labour Party. The hard line British National Party won its first ever seats in the European Parliament, while the anti-European United Kingdom Independence Party also did well.

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A rare glimpse into N.Korea from across the Yalu river

A North Korean court has sentenced two US journalists to 12 years in a labour camp for an illegal border crossing and an unspecified "grave crime." The Yalu river in China provides a rare glimpse of the reclusive state. Raw images.

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Shanghai aims to become 'Broadway of the East'

Shanghai, best known as China's financial capital, now wants to create a world class theatre district to rival London's West End or New York's Broadway.�

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Fireworks and champagne as Lebanese celebrate vote win

Supporters of the grouping known as March 14 celebrated in the streets of Beirut early on Monday after the US-backed coalition claimed a key parliamentary election victory over an alliance led by the Shiite militant group Hezbollah. Images and soundbites of the celebration.

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17 bodies recovered from Air France crash zone

Seventeen bodies have been recovered from the Atlantic where an Air France jet came down a week ago as French submarines head to the remote zone in search of the black boxes. Brazilian air force spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Henry Munhoz said late Sunday that the bodies would flown to the mainland coastal city of Recife for identification using dental records and DNA from relatives. .

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