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Monday, July 13, 2009

Recalibration Of Architectural Priorities

Interview and discussion with President of Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates Paul Katz. He talks about the global architecture activity, civil contracting and building designs. (Asia Confidential)

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Japan's Biggest Bank Rebounds For The First Time

Biggest bank in Japan rebounds for the first time in seven sessions the top performer on Japanese bank is up by 4%. (Asia Confidential)

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Avoiding Swine Flu At Camp

Now that the H1N1 virus is spreading, many kids' summer camps are taking precautions. Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports that campers and counselors are especially vulnerable.

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Human Statues In London

Ever since they built Trafalgar Square in London there has been an empty pedestal because no one could agree what to put on it. But Mark Phillips shows us the resolution.

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Cheney's CIA Secrets Unfold

Congressional leaders are demanding answers on former VP Cheney and his reported orders to the CIA to conduct a secret mission to hunt down top al Qaeda operatives. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Airports Land Stimulus Money

If you are wondering where the government stimulus dollars are already having an impact, look in the sky. Hundreds of tiny airports have landed big money from the stimulus. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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South Korea's Auto Stocks

Hyundai Mobis shareholders approve the autonet purchase and Citigroup says that Kia should benefit most as U.S auto industry is at the bottom. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Foster's Gains On First Merrill Lynch Buy Rating

Merrill raises Foster's to buy for the earnings from wine and beer are expected to rise. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Japan's Lower House Election Is On August 30 2009

The prime minister of Japan has two weeks to build public support before the national election. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Double-Murder Shocks Panhandle

A Florida couple, who opened their home to children with developmental disabilities, was shot to death. Three men are under arrest and up to 5 others may have been involved. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Inside U.S., Afghan Operation

CBS News Exclusive: U.S. and Afghan military officials are preparing to launch a complex offensive in order to retake a small village currently seized by the Taliban. CBS News' Mandy Clark reports.

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Sotomayor Hearing Underway

Congressional leaders are demanding answers on former Vice-President Cheney and his reported orders to the CIA to conduct a secret mission to hunt down top al Qaeda operatives. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Asian Telecom Stocks

The index is broken down in to 10 industry groups, the telecom industry has lost more than 6% this year and the only groups that are not performing well are the health care and utility stock. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Asian Shipping Stocks

Shipping stocks in Asia have surges China's shipping container is up by 67%, Orient overseas jump by 78% and Cosco holding is up by 52%. (The Trade)

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Goldman Sachs Soars

Whitney says that Goldman Sachs may reach $186 per share and it can beat the analyst earnings estimates in 14 of the last 15 quarter. (The Trade)

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Australian Business Sentiment Soars

Government stimulus and interest rates at 49-year low boost business sentiment. (The Trade)

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Singapore's Economy Emerges From Its Worst Recession

Singapore raises gross domestic product forecast up by 24.4% last quarter as the nation emerges from recession. (The Trade)

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Is The Honeymoon Over?

Is the love affair between the public and President Obama coming to an end? Bob Schieffer spoke with the Carnegie Endowment's David Rothkopf.

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Inflation Remains On Asian Currencies

Inflation remains extremely benign and the central bank keeps the Singapore dollar stronger and they want to provide a stronger improvement on the external sector of the export side. (The Trade)

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Australian Resources Stock Rises

Australian banking stocks are doing well with the benchmark index up by 2.25%. (The Trade)

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Inside Look On Japanese Stock

Financial stocks in Japan rises and the industry has a strong earnings starts with Mizuho up by 4.7% and Sumitomo gains 5.4%. (The Trade)

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Franken Says Being Newest Member Is An Asset

Sotomayer hearings, Day 1: Comedian-turned politician Al Franken, the Senate's most recently sworn in member, said his super-freshman status is an asset.

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Notebook- Sotomayor

Katie Couric comments on the confirmation hearings of Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor. Some Republicans worry Sotomayor's emotions and opinions may result in prejudiced rulings.

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Graham- Barring "Meltdown," Sotomayor To Be Confirmed

Sotomayor hearings, Day 1: Lindsey Graham lived up to his reputation for being plain spoken and generated a few laughs when he admitted that unless she has a "complete meltdown," Sotomayor will be confirmed.

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Sotomayor Gets Her Turn

After keeping silent during much of the time since her nomination to the Supreme Court, Sonia Sotomayor addressed members of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

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Welcome The Junior Senator

In his 5th day as the newest member of the Senate, Al Franken (D-Minn.) addressed Sonia Sotomayor in his opening statement for her Supreme Court confirmation hearing.

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Washington Unplugged, 07.13.09

Sonia Sotomayor appeared on Capitol Hill for the first day of her confirmation hearings. Watch extensive coverage on this special edition of Washington Unplugged.

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Inside Look - "Dark Pools"

Interview with Liquidnet CEO Seth Merrin (Taking Stock)

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Sotomayor's Opening Statement

Sotomayor hearings, Day 1: After more than a month-and-a-half, Sonia Sotomayor finally got to speak. During her opening statement, Barack Obama's Supreme Court nominee said that her judicial philosophy was "fidelity to the law."

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Franken Says Being Newest Member Is An Asset

Sotomayer hearings, Day 1: Comedian-turned politician Al Franken, the Senate's most recently sworn in member, said his super-freshman status is an asset.

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In-Depth Look - How Will Earnings Impact Your Investments?

Analysis and Discussion with Christian Thwaites of Sentinel Investments (Taking Stock)

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Bus Travel On The Rise

As the legendary Weird Al used to sing: "Another one rides the bus." These days, that's increasingly true, according to travel expert Peter Greenberg. Harry Smith reports.

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PetAirways Takes Off Tomorrow

No Human Passengers Allowed on Flight, Just Pets for only $149 One Way Fare (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Facebook Founder's Fairy -Tale?

Zuckerberg an Accidental Billionaire? - Facebook Founder on Front Street on Speculation of Website's Beginnings Revealed in New Book (Bloomberg News)

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Sector to Watch - Transportation

Transportation Stocks on a Dead-End Road? (Bloomberg News)

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Bathtub Safety

Dr. Jennifer Ashton showed Harry Smith some easy steps to make any bathtub safer for children.

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Inflation - Time to Worry?

Analysis and Discussion with Armored Wolf CIO John Brynjolfsson (Bloomberg News)

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Market Close 7.13

Treasury Says Bloom to Take Over Auto Task Force From Rattner; S&P Rises 2.4%; Dow Rises 2.25%; Nasdaq Rises 2,1%; CIT Files for Bankruptcy (Bloomberg News)

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Economic Expectations - Seeing a Decent, "U-Shaped" Recovery

Interview with Traxis Partners Managing Director Barton Biggs:China GDP Growth Will Outperform (Bloomberg News)

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Graham- Barring "Meltdown," Sotomayor To Be Confirmed

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Too Far Too Fast for Emerging Markets?

Emerging Markets at Most Expensive Levels Since 2007; July 8th Fund Outflows Reach $540 Million (Bloomberg News)

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Bill Gates the Hurricane Tamer?

Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates Named as One of Thirteen Inventors on Patent Filed for Hurricane Prevention Methods (Bloomberg News)

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Exclusive - White House Webcast

Live Webcast! An Excerpt Featuring White House Economic Adviser Christina Romer (Bloomberg News)

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Sen. Leahy Compares Sotomayor To Past Court Barrier Breakers

Sotomayor Hearings, Day 1: The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee looked to history in his opening statement as he set out to defuse potential criticism of Sotomayor.

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Today in Washington - Bernanke's Exit Strategy

Timing the Fed's Exit - Fed Signaled First Step Towards Exit on June 25th with Cuts in Lending Process (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Sotomayor Confirmation Hearings

Analysis and Discussion with Princeton University Professor Julian Zelizer (Bloomberg News)

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Commodities Outlook - Gold Rises as Dollar Weakens

Investing in Gold - Analysis and Discussion with Patrick Chidley of Barnard Jacobs Mellet USA (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Safety Trade Returns

Investors Pile Back Into Treasuries (Bloomberg News)

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Sector Focus - Airlines

Analysis and Discussion with Jim Corridore of S&P (Bloomberg News)

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Sector to Watch - Airlines

Airlines Flying Into Financial Storm as Analysts Forecast Quarterly Losses (Bloomberg News)

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Special Report - Co-ops as Compromise?

Spotlight on HealthPartners - Nonprofit Co-Ops May Be the Answer in New Healthcare Plan(Bloomberg News)

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Graham- Barring "Meltdown" Sotomayor Will Be Confirmed

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The Dish On Disposable Plates

Outdoor entertaining used to mean floppy, flowered plates and squeaky Styrofoam. "Southern Living" magazine's Kristi Crowe shows Harry Smith chic tableware.

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'Tumor' Turns Out to be Baby

Author Alice Eve Cohen spoke with Harry Smith about the surprise of her life, when what she thought was a tumor turned out to be a baby.

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Wild for Harry Potter

Harry Potter's Daniel Radcliffe is the star of the most successful movie series in history. Maggie Rodriguez talks to Radcliffe about his plans for the future and what bores him.

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Hidden CIA Program

Some democrats are accusing Dick Cheney of ordering the CIA to conceal a top secret intelligence program. Kimberly Dozier reports.

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Market Outlook - Five Big Themes to Watch Out For

Interview with Wayne Wilbanks of Wilbanks Smith & Thomas Asset Management: Consumer Shift to Savings, U.S. Government Debt Weighing on markets, Emerging Markets Attractive, Climate Change are Real Problems, and Booming Global Population (Bloomberg News)

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Palin's Presidential Prospects

After Sarah Palin's surprise resignation as AK Governor, some Republicans are now reluctant to back her as a potential presidential candidate. Nancy Cordes reports.

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'Frenemy' Added to Webster's

Webster's dictionary has officially added "vlog," "staycation" and "frenemy" to the English dictionary. Do you know what they mean?

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Girl Disappears, Dad to Deploy

The search continues for an 11-year-old Wash. girl who disappeared. Julie Chen spoke with the parents of the missing girl, whose father will soon be deployed to Iraq.

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Jacksons Suggest Foul Play

Michael Jackson's father and sister allegedly believe that the king of pop may have been murdered, Ben Tracy reports. Attorney Jack Ford discussed the custody of Jackson's children.

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Obama Names Regina Benjamin as Surgeon General

Live! From White House: President Barack Obama Holds News Conference, Featuring Newly-Appointed Surgeon General Regina Benjamin [FULL CLIP - 14:34] (Bloomberg News)

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Sector to Watch - Energy

Bearish Tone at Colorado Oil & Gas Association - Lack of Demand, Cap & Trade, and Cheaper Supply (Bloomberg News)

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The Currency Report - U.S. Dollar, Japanese Yen

FX Traders More Bullish on Dollar and Yen (Bloomberg News)

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International Perspective - The Secret to Controlling Costs

Analysis and Discussion with Robin Griffiths of Cazenove Capital Management (Bloomberg News)

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Sen. Leahy Compares Sotomayor To Past Court Barrier Breakers

Sotomayor Hearings, Day 1: The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee looked to history in his opening statement as he set out to defuse potential criticism of Sotomayor.

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Inside Look - California IOUs

Interview with MSRB Executive Director Lynnette Hotchkiss (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Financials 2Q Earnings Preview

Interview and discussion with Paul Miller of the F.B.R. Capital Markets. He shares his thoughts about the earnings this second quarter. He says Goldman Sachs has solid numbers. (Bloomberg News)

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Sotomayor on Cusp of History

Senate confirmation hearings begin for Judge Sonia Sotomayor, Wyatt Andrews reports. Harry Smith spoke with Sen. Jeff Sessions about her qualifications.

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Fla. Murder Mystery

Three suspects were arrested in the murder investigation of a Fla. couple, Terrell Brown reports. Escambia County, Fla. Sheriff David Morgan spoke with Harry Smith about the case.

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In-Depth Look - Geithner's Agenda In Europe & The M. East

Interview and discussion with Tom Gallagher of the International Strategy & Investment Group. He talks about Tim Geithner's trip to Europe and in the Middle East and President Obama's health-care reform. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Stimulus & Infrastructure Stocks

Interview and discussion with Scott Black of the Delphi Management. He says a portion of stimulus for infrastructure will 'play through'. (Bloomberg News)

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Market Open 7.13

Cris Valerio is live in the New York Stock Exchange were stocks are set to kick of higher. (Bloomberg News)

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CIT Warns About Failure

C.I.T. Group has about three billion dollars in losses over the last eight years. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Knapp's S&P 500 Predictions

Interview and discussion with Barry Knapp of the Barclays Capital. He says the S&P 500 will fall 14% more in 2009. (Bloomberg News)

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Health-Care Debate Continues

President Obama is back from his trip to Europe and Africa to continue the talks about health-care reform. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Geithner's Trip To Europe, Middle East

Interview and discussion with the Fmr. Deputy Treasury Secretary, Stuart Eizenstat. He says Geithner will likely tell gulf U.S. is open for investment. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Health-Care Reform

Interview and discussion with Dr. Robert Glassman of the OrbiMed Advisors. He says for the starters, government should not run the health-care system. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Bank Earnings Preview

Interview and discussion with Richard Bove of the Rochdale Securities. He says second quarter bank earnings to be better than the third quarter earnings. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - UBS Settlement Talks

Interview and discussion with Bryan Skarlatos of the Kostelanetz & Fink. He shares his insights regarding the U.B.S. settlement talks. (Bloomberg News)

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Heebner Slumps For Second Year

Heebner's fund slumps dramatically. (Bloomberg News)

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Labor Visits The White House

President Obama's economic advisors release a new labor market today. (Bloomberg News)

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CIT Prepares For Bankruptcy

C.I.T. hires bankruptcy specialist Skadden Arps. (Bloomberg News)

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BusinessWeek Reportedly For Sale

BusinessWeek magazine is up for sale. (Bloomberg News)

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Cubs To File Chapter 11?

The Chicago Cubs may be the first team to file for bankruptcy. (Bloomberg News)

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Bruno Sashays To Number One

Bruno tops the box office this weekend. (Bloomberg News)

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Freight Loads Remain Depress

C.S.X. reports earnings for the quarter. (Bloomberg News)

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Construction Spending Continues To Decline

Construction spending drops more than expected. (Bloomberg News)

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Philips Posts Surprise Profit

Philips defies analyst expectations and reports a profit for the second quarter. (Bloomberg News)

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Geithner Begins First Trip To Middle East

U.S. Secretary Geithner begins his trip to the Middle East for the first time as treasury secretary with a message of America remains a sound investment. (Bloomberg News)

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Mourns For Gatti

Arturo Gatti is found dead in his Brazilian hotel. (Bloomberg News)

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Retail Reports To Increase

Retail sales report expects to show increase. (Bloomberg News)

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UBS Tax Evasion Hearing Postpone

A Miami judge postpone a hearing set for this morning in what could be a historic breach of Swiss bank secrecy laws. (Bloomberg News)

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Bank Of America Balks At Paying Fees

Bank of America refuse to pay billions of dollars to U.S. taxpayers. (Bloomberg News)

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US Treasuries In Record Demand

Bond investors put more money into 10-year treasuries. (Bloomberg News)

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Failure Would Put Customers At Risk - CIT Group

C.I.T. Group is yet to convince the government to back its debt sales. (Bloomberg News)

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European Market Check

The FTSE and the DAX are trading higher but CAC 40 is slightly off. (Bloomberg News)

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Asian Market Check

Asian stocks fall for its eight week low. (Bloomberg News)

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Japan's embattled PM set for August snap election

Japanese Prime Minister Taro Aso, reeling from a key poll defeat, drew the battle lines Monday for an August snap election that could herald a major political upheaval in the world's number two economy.

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Swine flu threatens Egyptian pork industry

The pork industry in Egypt is in crisis after the government�s ruling to slaughter the 300,000 pigs in the country. More than 100,000 people are directly linked to the sector. The Morcos family has been in the pork business for nearly 80 years but now its two farms have closed.

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Circumcision finds new adherents in Africa's fight against AIDS

Male circumcision is the latest weapon against Africa's spiralling HIV problem, with research showing it can cut infection rates by up to 60%. For many Kenyan tribes, the procedure is already a rite of passage, but in the country's remote western regions it's an innovation which health authorities are determined to introduce. Despite careful information campaigns, though, some men now believe that circumcision is a �magic bullet� which gives them effective immunity from the disease.

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Movies / Critics' Picks- Critics' Picks- '2001'

For the 40th anniversary of the moon landing, A. O. Scott looks back at Stanley Kubrick's sublime film "2001: A Space Odyssey."

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Barack Obama- The Confirmation Hearings Begin

The first day of the Senate's confirmation hearings for Judge Sonia Sotomayor did little to dislodge the sense that she will be confirmed but did offer some highlights.

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Politics- Obama Names New Surgeon General

President Obama has named Regina Benjamin, a physician from Alabama, to become the nation's top health official.

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Politics- Judge Sotomayor's Opening Statement

Judge Sonia Sotomayor spoke before members of the Senate Judiciary Committee during her confirmation hearing to the Supreme Court.

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Britain under pressure over Afghanistan troop deaths

Britain's government faced calls to send more troops and equipment to Afghanistan Monday as a surge of military deaths prompted questions over the mission's purpose and resources.

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Yemenia crash relatives fly to Comoros

More than 150 relatives of victims of the Yemenia crash in the Indian Ocean headed from France to the Comoros on Monday, on a specially chartered flight, free of charge for the families.

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Unmarried Americans Tend to be Democratic

Unmarried Americans, those who are single and have never married, separated, divorced, been widowed, or lived in a domestic partnership, are significantly more likely to identify as Democrats than as Republicans.

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British PM Brown under pressure over Afghanistan deaths

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown came under renewed pressure Monday over Britain's military involvement in Afghanistan after troop fatalities there overtook the death toll in Iraq. Eight soldiers have been killed in a 24-hour period as troops battle Taliban insurgents in troubled southern Helmand province in Operation Panther's Claw. Recent images of the operation.

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Race horses saved from the slaughterhouse

It's retirement after an intense career: these former race horses in Maryland can relax in the grass thanks to an association that saves them from the slaughter house and finds them adopted homes with people looking for a very special kind of pet (report first filed in September 2008).

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Mapping the earth from the sky

Ever wondered what goes into making internet mapping sites like Google Earth? AFPTV goes out for a fly with an airborne photography team.

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Hitler musical satire hits Berlin

A light-hearted musical romp, starring Hitler, a crazed Nazi fan and a band of Jewish New Yorkers -- "The Producers", the creation of comic genius Mel Brooks, has been a success on screen and stage. The musical, which opened on Broadway in 2001, arrived in Germany only this year, but has been met with critical and popular success.

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