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Friday, August 7, 2009

Pakistan Taliban Leader Dead

Baitullah Mehsud, the commander of Pakistan's Taliban, was his country's number one public enemy. Richard Roth reports on Mehsud's death.

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Warren Buffett's Successor

Warren Buffett and members of his inner circle shed some light on what will happen to Berkshire Hathaway when the billionaire investor steps down. (Venture)

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Nation's Banks Regulation

Analysis and discussion with Chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Sheila Bair. She says there's a lot of common ground in terms of overarching goals but there are different ways to approach different aspects of these issues. (For The Record)

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Successful Clintons' Trip

Bill Clinton's successful North Korean trip for the release of the two journalists while Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to Africa on a big emphasis on economic and commerce. (Political Capital)

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Unemployment Rate Down

New estimates indicate that the rate of unemployment has decreased over the last three months throughout the nation but, as Anthony Mason reports, there are still signs of economic instability.

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Congress' Ties to Countrywide

Several prominent members of Congress have been investigated after receiving special loans from the troubled lender Countrywide. CBS News investigative correspondent Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Drug Addiction in Afghanistan

According to the U.N., there are a million Afghan drug addicts. But the actual number is at least double that with, women and children make up a quarter of those addicts. Mandy Clark reports.

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Laid-off Workers' Hard Reality

A Fla. group offers support for those who have lost employment. But, as Mark Strassmann reports, many returning to the workforce don't earn their previous salary levels.

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Returning Students Face H1N1

Amidst concerns over the H1N1 virus, the Centers for Disease Control, along with millions of parents, has been preparing for the start of the academic year. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.

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An Unlikely Friendship

Steve Hartman reports on the book club that's inspiring people in other states and countries. It all began with an unlikely friendship between two men, one a lawyer and the other homeless.

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U.S. Unemployment Rate Drops

The reason the unemployment rate comes down is 420,000 people drop out of the labor force and stop looking for jobs. (Political Capital)

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Health Care Momentum

Analysis and discussion with Illinois Senator Richard Durbin. He says the Democrats are not in trouble and when the voters across America hear the basic goals of health care reform, they come back. (Political Capital)

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President Obama's Health Care Reform

Analysis and discussion with Director of White House Health Reform Nancy-Ann DeParle. She says President Obama wants to get it voted on by both the House and the Senate. (Venture)

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Healthcare Reform Outrage

Health care town hall meetings are increasingly being conducted with shouting and protests. Is it a grassroots reaction or political organizing? Chip Reid reports.

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Reverse Mergers In China

Analysis and discussion with President of Belmont Partners Joseph Meuse. He says they go public without the cost and time of a traditional IPO when the do reverse mergers. (Taking Stock)

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Rating Restaurant Stocks

Analysis and discussion with Founder and CEO of Management CV Renny Ponvert. He says they create factual resume, spend time to read their compensation plans and they go through a structured diligence checklist. (Taking Stock)

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Portfolio Protection

Analysis and discussion with Charles Lieberman of Advisors Capital Management. He says his primary objective is income and he wants to maximize production and produce some growth. (Taking Stock)

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Housing Mess Is Not Over Yet

Analysis and discussion with Dan Alpert of Westwood Capital. He says Uncle Sam may encourage banks to slow resolution of bad loans. (Taking Stock)

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Commercial Real Estate Slumps

Analysis and discussion with President of Commercial Tenant Real Estate Representation Marisa Manley. She says the commercial real estate market continues to get negative absorption. (Taking Stock)

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Stocks Rally As Jobless Rate Falls

Jobs take more than 80% stocks higher and all industry groups end higher except energy. (Taking Stock)

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The Wildcard- Jesus In Toilet

A Las Vegas woman claims to have spotted Jesus Christ in a bumper sticker on her toilet; Also, two close calls on the road this week only on "The Wildcard."

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In-Depth Look - At the Movies

What's New on the Silver Screen (Bloomberg News)

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Afternoon News Briefs

Florida Senator Martinez Resigns; Freddie Mac Reports Profit, Doesn't Seek More Aid; Apple Tablet Could Add $1.2 Billion in Sales; Microsoft Said to Be Near Razorfish Sale (Bloomberg News)

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Market Close 8.7

S&P Rises 1.36%; Dow Rises 1.24%; Nasdaq Rises 1.42% (Bloomberg News)

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The Story Of A Lifetime

Liz Gumbinner from Cool Mom Picks shows Maggie Rodriguez how parents can get "the story of a lifetime" in a personalized book written for their children.

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Hi-Tech Comfort in Shoe Wear

Custom insoles designed by a computer can make feet very happy in new Hrex shoes. Matt Schwartz demonstrates how they work with Harry Smith.

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Custom Lip Gloss

Jillian Veran from Prescriptives shows Maggie Rodriguez how they create a custom lip gloss that's personalized but ideal for every day use.

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In-Depth Look - SEC is Upping the Ante

Just This Week, SEC Settling Four Different Lawsuits Amounting to Nearly $300 Million (Bloomberg News)

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Suave Summer Wines

Gary Vaynerchuk from Wine Library TV shares four exceptional, yet affordable, wines with Harry Smith and Maggie Rodriguez to go with any seasonal meal.

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The Price of Bananas

A lawyer says Chiquita Brands International has "blood on their hands" for paying money to Colombian paramilitaries; but the company's CEO argues the payments were made due to extortion.

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Swimming With Sharks

Because tour operators use food to attract sharks for their "shark tourist" customers, critics say surfers and swimmers are in more danger now because the fish are associating humans with food.

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Sector to Watch - Homebuilders

Homebuilders Rally - Goldman Sachs Adds D.R. Horton to Conviction Buy List (Bloomberg News)

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Harvard Sells Name to Designer Clothing Line

Harvard Yard Will Feature $200 Trousers and Other Luxury Clothing Items (Bloomberg News)

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Sector Focus - Pharmaceuticals

What's New in Big Pharma - Analysis and Discussion with Raghuram Selvaraju of Hapoalim Securities (Bloomberg News)

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Dancing with Chicago's Roxy

The Insider's Samantha Harris is starring in the musical Chicago on Broadway. She gave Maggie Rodriguez a Broadway dance lesson.

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H1N1 Fact and Fiction

Dr. Jennifer Ashton answered frequently asked questions from parents about the H1N1 flu.

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Matching Coffee To Taste

Filing out an on-line survey can purvey a grind that's the perfect blend. Dave Price and Maggie Rodriguez share their favorite coffees.

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Commodities to Watch - Gold, Sugar

Cash for Gold; India Sugar Cane Not Getting Enough Rainfall (Bloomberg News)

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Defending Drunk, Stoned Mom

The family of a N.Y. mom responsible for killing 8 people including herself in a wrong-way crash spoke out. An autopsy revealed alcohol and marijuana use, but the family denies she had a problem.

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Credit Suisse's Unusual Bonus Plan

2K Credit Suisse Employees Received Info on Plan, Company Did Not Take Bailout Money (Bloomberg News)

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Ask It Early- Cash 4 Clunkers

Ray Martin tells Priya David what you should know about Cash 4 clunkers.

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Obama Comments on Jobs Report

Live! From White House - President Barack Obama Holds News Conference (Bloomberg News)

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Ronnie Gets Played

Ronnie Talbott is the latest Big Brother housemate to get evicted. He spoke with Julie Chen about leaving on his own terms.

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Investment Strategies - Republic Services, Valero Energy

Analysis and Discussion with Don Wordell of Ridgeworth Capital Management (Bloomberg News)

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Bailout Beyond Clunkers

Financial advisor Ray Martin tells Harry Smith energy and home credits from bailout money are available, though not as high profile as "Cash for Clunkers."

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Currency Outlook - End of the Risk Trade?

Analysis and Discussion with Nick Bennenbroek of Wells Fargo Bank (Blooomberg News)

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Today in Washington - New Climate Law Flaws

Climate Bill Could Block Housing Recovery, Bringing Costs Up Between $4K to $10K a Home, Pricing More Than One Million People Out of Market (Bloomberg News)

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Male Grooming in Style

Harry Smith spoke with Completely Bare's Cindy Barshop about the world of men's grooming.

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Cash For Clunkers - The Sequel

The New Cash for Clunkers Program - Impact on Automakers and Consumers; According to One Auto Dealer, Consumers May need to Shop at Two or Three Dealers (Bloomberg News)

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John Hughes' Legacy

The Early Show anchors discussed John Hughes' death and their favorite films and big screen moments.

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Clunkers Program a Waste?

Congress passed a $2 Billion extension of the Cash for Clunkers program but critics say the process is not environmentally friendly. Terrell Brown reports.

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Economic Expectations - Employment Still Sliding Downhill

U.S. Job Cuts Slow in July - Interview with Former Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Alan Blinder (Bloomberg News)

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Special Report - Fred Goodwin's Reputation

Ex RBS CEO's Payoff Merely Sours His Image Even More (Bloomberg News)

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Obama Heads to Mexico for North American Summit

Analysis and Discussion with Jeffrey Schott of Petersen Institute for International Economics (Bloomberg News)

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The Currency Report - South African Rand

Concerns About Strikes Hit South Africa's Rand as Economy Shrinks Most Since '98; Strategists Say Rand is Risky Bet (Bloomberg News)

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Will She Stay or Go?

Rumors are swirling that former American Idol judge Paula Abdul is holding out for more money and may still return to the hit show. Sandra Hughes reports.

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A Relieved Big Sister

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with TV Journalist Lisa Ling about the status of Journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee after former President Bill Clinton brought them back from North Korea.

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Unemployment Rate Slowing?

As the unemployment rate continues to increase, thousands flock to job fairs while relying on unemployment benefits. Cynthia Bowers reports.

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Race for H1N1 Flu Vaccine

Federal health officials are working with schools to plan for a likely H1N1 outbreak once schools reopen, Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports. Harry Smith spoke with Secretary of Education Arne Duncan.

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In-Depth Look - S&P Gains As Jobless Rate Falls

Interview and discussion with Doug Prskalo of the Blue Capital Group. He gives his analysis regarding the decline in the jobless claims. (Bloomberg News)

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Ronnie Gets the Boot

Ronnie is the latest to be evicted from the Big Brother house. He spoke with Julie Chen about his strategy and his relationship with the remaining housemates.

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In-Depth Look - Dollars & Cents Of Work Outside Workplace

Interview and discussion with Daniel Hamermesh of the University of Texas at Austin. He talks about the alternative work of those unemployed. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Berkshire Earnings Preview

Interview and discussion with Charles Ortel of the Newport Value Partners. He shares his insights about Berkshire's earnings and the jobless claim in the economy. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - US Unemployment Rate

Interview and discussion with the Council of Economic Advisors, Christina Romer. She says jobless rate has been stable in past two months. (Bloomberg News)

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Market Open 8.7

Stocks are set to kick off higher. Unemployment rate drops 9.8% from April 2008. (Bloomberg News)

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Congress Eyes Health-Care Fix

Negotiations over the final health care bill continues after the break. (Bloomberg News)

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Phibro's Andrew Hall

Phibro's Andrew Hall may get Citigroup commodity unit. (Bloomberg News)

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BMW Plans To Sell 'Crotch Rocket'

B.M.W. plans to sell its S-1000 high-performance motorcycle. (Bloomberg News)

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Eli Manning Highest Paid NFL Player Ever

Manning makes $17,000 every minute of every game in every season until 2015. He signs a $97.5 million contract that makes him the highest paid quarterback in the N.F.L. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Jobs Report Preview

Interview and discussion with Jan Hatzius of the Goldman Sachs. He gives his perspective about the jobless recovery and the unemployment rate. (Bloomberg News)

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TV Ad Sales Skid More Than 15%

Television network advertising sales decline. (Bloomberg News)

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A Ratings Winner - Greenspan

Greenspan's appearance with George Stephanopoulos in last Sunday's "This Week" helps beat other shows. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Fannie To Tap $10.7B In Treasury Capital

Interview and discussion with Bose George of the Keefe Bruyette & Woods. He shares his analysis regarding Fannie Mae's eight straight quarterly losses. (Bloomberg News)

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Lowe's Will Not Renew Naming Rights For Nascar Event

Lowe decides not to renew its contract with Nascar. (Bloomberg News)

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NCAA Crackdown On Sports Betting

N.C.A.A. bans playing of any championship games in state where bets are a lot. (Bloomberg News)

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Obama Travels To Mexico

President Obama travels to Mexico to meet its President and the Canadian leader to talk about guns, drugs, trucks and trade. (Bloomberg News)

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Cash For Clunkers Gets More Cash

Government's cash for clunkers program receive its additional two billion dollars injection. (Bloomberg News)

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Secretary Clinton In Africa

Secretary Hillary Clinton heads to South Africa to push economic relationship. (Bloomberg News)

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Taiwan Braces For Typhoon Morakot

Typhoon Morakot hits Taiwan. More than 2,000 are evacuated form the mountains. (Bloomberg News)

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Li Peiying Executed For Corruption

Li Peiying is convicted in corruption charges. (Bloomberg News)

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Head Of Pakistan Taliban Killed?

The head of the Taliban may have been killed during U.S. missile attacks. (Bloomberg News)

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RBS Posts 1H Loss Of $1.7B

Royal Bank of Scotland post a better than expected first half loss. (Bloomberg News)

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Energy Efficiency Legislation

Energy efficiency legislation may stall new housing starts. (Bloomberg News)

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Merck, Schering-Plough Shareholder Vote

Analyst says the deal spread highlights antitrust concerns. (Bloomberg News)

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Japan Air Reports Biggest Loss In 6 Years

Japan Airlines post quarterly loss. They predict a loss of $660 million for the year. (Bloomberg News)

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Former Employees Sue Hewlett-Packard

Hewlett-Packard former employees sues the company because of a glitch in the ordering system. (Bloomberg News)

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SocGen CEO Leaves Amidst Insider Trading Probe

Societe Generale head quits after insider trading probe. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Jobs Report Preview

Interview and discussion with Robert Carnell of the ING Financial Markets. He says he is seeing unemployment rate to rise up to 11% next year. (Bloomberg News)

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Hours Worked & Wages

July job reports expects to post a loss of 125,000 jobs and unemployment rate at 9.6%. (Bloomberg News)

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Fannie To Tap $10.7B In Treasury Capital

Fannie Mae asks for another $10.7 billion after its eight straight quarterly loss. (Bloomberg News)

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AIG To Post Profit?

A.I.G. posts a profit, first time in seven quarters. (Bloomberg News)

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AIG To Post Profit?

A.I.G. posts a profit, first time in seven quarters. (Bloomberg News)

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Harvey Gloub Is New AIG Chairman

A.I.G. name Harvey Gloub as new Chairman. (Bloomberg News)

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Deutsche Bank Sees Commodities Rally

Deutsche Bank sees continuing rally over the next two years for commodities. (Bloomberg News)

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European Market Check

Royal Bank of Scotland post losses of $1.7 billion; Allianz falls 16%. (Bloomberg News)

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Asian Market Check

China stocks hit its biggest weekly drop; Stock in Hong Kong falls. (Bloomberg News)

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Jewellers see shine in ethical gold

Gold is going ethical. One young jewellery company gets its gold only from certified mines or from recycling. Employment, packaging and transport are all handled according to ethical principles. We follow production from raw gold to jewellery worn by clients. Duration: 02:14.

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MSNBC- The New York Times Edition

John Harwood of the New York Times and CNBC discusses the protests surrounding the health care debate, the glimmers of good news in the latest jobs report and ex-President Bill Clinton's role as a White House secret weapon.

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A new Uranium boom in the West?

Nuclear power is a sticking point in the debate over energy security in the US. Uranium mines and mills have begun re-opening to provide access to a key resource needed for nuclear power generation. But many worry about pollution and sickness that accompanied the last Uranium boom in the Southwest.

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South Ossetians suffering from Georgia-Russia war one year on

Many people in South Ossetia, the breakaway region at the heart of the Georgia-Russia war last year, are still waiting for their homes to be rebuilt. But their biggest fear is that hostilities could all flare up again.

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Clothing donations sold on for profit in East Africa

All over the developed world, people donate used clothes to charities to be distributed to the poorest people in underdeveloped countries. But in Kenya, many of these clothes are intercepted and sold on at markets, fuelling a huge trade in "mitumba" which some defend as being a source of livelihood for thousands. One trader takes AFPTV round the region's biggest clothing market to find out more. Duration: 01:50.

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Pakistan Taliban chief believed dead

Pakistan said Friday it believed that wanted Taliban warlord Baitullah Mehsud was killed in a US drone attack, which if confirmed would score a coup in the US-led fight against Islamist militants. Duration: 01:14.

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RBS woes continue with jump in bad debts

British state-rescued Royal Bank of Scotland reported on Friday a large jump in debts linked to the credit crunch, to 7.5 billion pounds. The bank did make an overall profit of 15 million pounds in the six months to June 30, largely due to its investment banking arm. Duration: 00:50.

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Indian sailors fearful of Somali pirates

Pirate attacks worldwide more than doubled in the first half of 2009 amid a surge of raids by Somali pirates on vessels in the Gulf of Aden and the east coast of Somali. Indian sailors on wooden boats are easy prey for the bandits who then use their dhows to attacks bigger ships. The sailors have returned home for the monsoon period but many are fearful about returning to sea. But with no jobs in the Gujarat area, they have little choice. Duration: 02:08.

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Pedestrian power in Jordan

Like many developing countries, Jordan has poor traffic regulations and road accidents claim many lives every year. After losing a son one family is taking matters into their own hands and trying to turn the country's mean streets into a kinder and gentler place for pedestrians. Duration: 01:26.

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Drinkers drown out downturn at beer festival

Earls Court in London has become temporarily the biggest pub in the world. Over five days, 60,000 people are expected to come to taste more than 450 traditional beers. At this year's festival, many in the industry are drinking to forget. An average of 52 pubs a week are closing down as the economic crisis bites. Duration: 01:22.

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