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Friday, August 28, 2009

Sen. Hatch On Kennedy

At a memorial service in Boston, Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) discussed his late friend, Sen. Edward "Ted" Kennedy. Despite their ideological differences, the two shared a friendship.

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Richardson In Cuba

Gov. Bill Richardson (D-N.M.) traveled to Cuba in an effort to restore diplomatic relations between the U.S. and the communist nation. CBS News' Portia Siegelbaum reports from Havana.

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Caroline On Her Uncle

Caroline Kennedy discussed her "Uncle Ted," Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, who recently died from brain cancer at the age of 77, during a memorial service held in Boston at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library.

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Still Flying Despite Recession

Analysis and discussion with the CEO of JetBlue Dave Barger. He says he remains on track to report a profit this year despite tremendous headway and he is well-positioned to pick some of the pieces that remain from an industry shattered by the recession. (For The Record)

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Ted Kennedy's Legacy

The third longest serving senator in American history, the late senator involves in many major domestic and foreign policy issues over these crucial decades. (Political Capital)

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Bernanke's Second Term

The reason why President Obama nominates Ben Bernanke is to keep the current team in place. (Political Capital)

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Minnesota On Health Care

Analysis and discussion with Republican Governor Tim Pawlenty. He says Minnesota is a model for the nation and he looks at what he can do to offer a better direction. (Political Capital)

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Biden- Kennedy Like a Brother

Vice President Joe Biden spoke in honor of Senator Edward Kennedy during the memorial service, mentioning that Kennedy was like an older brother and mentor.

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SEC's Reputation Restoration

Analysis and discussion with the SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro. She says the American public needs an SEC that is aggressive on enforcement to ensure that the playing field is level for them to participate in the market. (Venture)

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Worth Magazine Reinvents

A new magazine is out in the market today in paper form. (Taking Stock)

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Invest In Stocks On Sale

Analysis and discussion with John Buckingham of Al Frank Asset Management. He says he does not like to pay full price for anything and he is a value player on the hunt for bruised and beaten down stocks that have a bright future. (Taking Stock)

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Kerry- Learning from the Master

Senator John F. Kerry (D-Mass,) spoke about Edward Kennedy's dedication to health care, and his experience "learning from the master" during the memorial service at the JFK presidential Library.

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Cash Is A Clunker

Analysis and discussion with the Chief Investment Officer of Advisors Capital Management Chuck Lieberman. He says investors who get out of the plunging market go to cash and they do not anticipate the market would rebound so sharply. (Taking Stock)

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Leverage Rises On Wall Street

Banks boost lending to buyers of high-yield loans as well as mortgage bonds. (Taking Stock)

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U.S. Stock Market Plunges

Stocks fall as investors unload some of the shares that they buy to protect their portfolios. (Taking Stock)

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McCain Remembers Teddy

During a special memorial service held at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Boston, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) paid tribute to his lifelong friend and colleague, Democratic Sen. Edward "Ted" Kennedy.

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Dodd- Teddy Changed America

During the memorial service for Senator Edward Kennedy at the JFK presidential Library, Senator Christopher J. Dodd shared his personal memories and admiration for his close friend and colleague.

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Evening News Online, 08.28.09

Friday: Thousands gather in Boston to pay tribute to the legendary U.S. Senator Edward "Ted" Kennedy, the last brother of Camelot; Also, L.A. County faces massive wildfires.

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Nephew- Teddy Was Always There

Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy II (D-Mass.) discussed his uncle, Sen. Edward "Ted" Kennedy (D-Mass.) during a memorial service held in Boston. Kennedy said that his "Uncle Teddy" was always there for him as a youth.

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Jackson's death ruled a homicide

The Los Angeles coroner's office has ruled the death of Michael Jackson a homicide and that he died of acute propofol intoxication.

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What's next after "clunkers"?

GM may raise funds to keep Opel, as the Big Three struggle to cut costs and boost demand.

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Iran in the balance

An IAEA report on Iran's nuclear capabilities offered something for everyone

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Kidnappers may face life in prison

18 years after kidnapping 11 year-old Jaycee Dugard, Phillip Garrido and his wife face dozens of felony counts.

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The Wildcard- Tomato Fight!

A blind 90-year-old goes skydiving; Brussels premieres it's new "Deathride"; And don't miss one wild tomato fight in Spain, all on "The Wildcard."

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Discovering the Hudson, 400 Years Later

In 1609, Henry Hudson made his famous exploration of the river that now bears his name. One reporter hitches rides up that river today, to see what Hudson would find today.

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Katrina Scars Linger

Four years after hurricane Katrina, survivors feel the lingering scar. Health officials say it will take them three times longer than normal to heal from the psychological wounds. Byron Pitts reports.

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18,000 Acres Burn in C.A.

Twelve miles north of downtown Los Angeles, 70-foot flames scorched dry forest above the city's foothill suburbs. Sandra Hughes reports on the massive effort to contain the fires.

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The Approachable Senator

Ted Kennedy wasn't just the Senate's most famous member; he was also regarded as the most approachable. The senator's coworkers tell Nancy Cordes they remember him as kind and personable.

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End of Road for Auto Plant

A major plant run jointly by GM and Toyota is shutting down in California. Ben Tracy reports on the resulting unemployed workers and reeling businesses.

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Consumer confidence sinks

Consumer spending rises, but morale falls to lowest in four months.

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Kidnap Victim's Nightmare

For 18 years Jaycee Lee Dugard was held captive in a secret backyard prison before being found alive. John Blackstone has the latest details on the kidnap victims' ordeal.

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Saying Goodbye to Ted Kennedy

Over two days, 70,000 people got a few seconds to say goodbye to Ted Kennedy. Jim Axelrod reports on the mourners of the late senator, including family and admirers.

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CBS Reporter Injured

CBS News radio correspondent Carrie McCormick was injured while on assignment in Afghanistan, as Harry Smith reports. McCormick injured in an IED blast while traveling with U.S. soldiers.

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Summer box office will break record

Armed with mega-hits like Transformers and Harry Potter, the summer 2009 movie season will break the revenue record of 4.2 billion dollars.

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Jackson wax figure gets an update

Michael Jackson's wax figure gets an update at Madame Tussauds.

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Jobs take center stage

A key report on jobs will take center stage in the week ahead as dealers gauge the state of the economy

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The Showbuzz- Taking Woodstock

From Ang Lee's latest film, "Taking Woodstock," to Rob Zombie's new scare flick "Halloween II," CBS News' Karina Mitchell has this week's hot new Hollywood releases, only on "The Showbuzz."

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Hasidic reggae artist Matisyahu explores new genres

With his fourth album, Hasidic artist Matisyahu veers away from reggae for a more pop sound

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Guns and Stethoscopes

The Thai Army has begun a series of programs, including the introduction of medical care, to reach out to people in southern villages where ethnic clashes have been on the rise.

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Jackson's death ruled a homicide

The Los Angeles coroner's office has ruled the death of Michael Jackson a homicide and that he died of acute propofol intoxication.

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Alleged kidnapper claims "heart-warming story"

The alleged kidnapper gives a jailhouse interview saying, "You'll find the most powerful heart-warming story."

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At The Movies

Preview of This Weekend's Openings - "The Final Destination," "September Issue," and "Taking Woodstock" (Bloomberg News)

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More Perspective - Luxury Retail "Dead in the Water"

Analysis and Discussion with Howard Davidowitz (Bloomberg News)

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Notebook- College Slang

UCLA just published its sixth edition of college slang words that students nationwide are using these days. Katie Couric wonders how many of these words will be around 20 years from now.

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Inside Look - Regulating Derivatives

Regulation's Effect on Wall Street - Analysis and Discussion with Michael McCarty of Differential Investment Partners (Bloomberg News)

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Market Close 8.28

S&P and Dow Each Fall Less than 1%, Nasdaq Remains Virtually Flat; Tiffany & Co CEO Says "The Tide is Beginning to Turn", Shares Rise 11%; Merck Shares Fall Nearly 2% (Bloomberg News)

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Chart of the Day - Selling Buffett's Shares Slowly

July-August: Gates Foundation Sells Buffet's Shares Slowly (Bloomberg News)

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Business Update- U.S. consumer confidence drops

U.S. consumer spending rose, but confidence is the worst in four months.

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Survey Says - Market Rally Coming to End

Investors Will Get Big Shock This Fall - Interview with TrimTabs Investment Research CEO Charles Biderman (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Hotel Boom in Nation's Capital

Washington Hotels Defy U.S. Travel Slump - Analysis and Discussion with PKF Consulting VP Kannan Sankaran (Bloomberg News)

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Whirpool Cutting Jobs

Whirlpool Cutting 1100 Jobs, 1.6% of Workforce (Bloomberg News)

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Friday Grill- Chris Wragge

Adam "The Audience Guy" grills "The Early Show" anchor Chris Wragge about his favorite foods, New Jersey and who would play him in a movie.

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In-Depth Look - Signs of Recovery

Leverage Rising on Wall Street - Banks Fund Leveraged Loan Market (Bloomberg News)

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Wildfire hits near Los Angeles

More than two-thousand people have evacuated after a fast moving wildfire spread into a residential neighborhood in southern California.

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Inside Look - Seeking More Information on UBS Accounts

Exclusive Interview with Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal (Bloomberg News)

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FrightFest opens in London

The London premiere of the psychological chiller "Triangle" kicks off FrightFest, the UK's biggest horror film festival

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Nigeria bank governor's plans

UK investors hear about the future of Nigeria's financial institutions from the country's central bank chief following this month's bail out

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In-Depth Look - Auction Rate Securities Remain Dead?

Analysis and Discussion with Anthony Carfang of Treasury Strategies Inc. (Bloomberg News)

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Market Outlook - "The Demi-Ashton Ratio"

A Bullish Global Perspective - Analysis and Discussion with Ajay Kapur of Mirae Asset Securities (Bloomberg News)

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Dutch law blocks girl sailor's plan

A Dutch court has placed a thirteen year old sailor under supervision to decide whether to allow her to attempt a solo round-the-world trip.

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Update - Annie Leibowitz Troubles

Leibowitz Real Estate May Cover Debts (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Filling Senator Kennedy's Seat

Democrats and Republicans Squabble Over Selecting a Temporary Successor for the Late Sen. Kennedy (Bloomberg News)

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Thousands of Iraqis mourn Hakim

Thousands of Iraqi mourners march in funeral procession for Shi'ite cleric and political leader Abdul Aziz al-Hakim, who died while undergoing treatment for cancer in Iran.

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Deadly train collision in Turkey

An express train collides with a construction vehicle during a journey from Ankara to Istanbul on Thursday (Aug 27), derailing several carriages and at least killing five people.

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Lucy Liu visits Peru to help children

Hollywood actress Lucy Liu visits Peru to launch Unicef fundraising campaign

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In-Depth Look - Credit is Loosening in Auto Industry

According to Ford Americas President Mark Fields, Credit is "Thawing" (Bloomberg News)

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Retail Outlook - Consumer Environment is Challenging

Analysis and Discussion with Matt Arnold of Edward Jones & Co. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Intel Raises Sales Forecast Again

Sizing Up Tech Demand - Analysis and Discussion with Kimberly Caughey of Fort-Pitt Capital Group (Bloomberg News)

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Eurostar marks 100 million passengers

Eurostar has unveiled the 100 millionth passenger to use its cross-Channel train service. Next year the high-speed line faces on-rail competition on its routes between London and Brussels and Paris, in accordance with EU competition legislation. Duration: 01:15.

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Cool Ice Cream Cocktails

Couture Cocktail Concepts' Somer Perez showed Maggie Rodriguez how to make ice cream cocktails.

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No-Melt Ice Cream

Cold Stone's Dave Pistorino had Chris Wragge taste their new no-melt ice cream made with gelatine.

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Movie Spotlight - "September Issue"

Interview with Director R.J. Cutler (Bloomberg News)

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The Currency Report - Japanese Yen

Impact of Japan's Election on Yen - DPJ Win Could Lift Currency Through Stimulus, Bank of Japan May Lift Interest Rates (Bloomberg News)

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COMPANY- wind solution

CORPORATES AND CARBON: Renewable Energy Systems focuses on renewable heat and power technologies with growing consumer demand.

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Makeup After 40

Celebrity makeup artist Cynde Watson showed Maggie Rodriguez some great makeup tips for hiding the signs of aging.

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Woman Survives Severe H1N1

Cherie Starling was near death after doctors put her in a coma after she contracted a strong case of H1N1 flu. Starling spoke with Chris Wragge from the hospital.

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H1N1 Family Precautions

Chris Wragge spoke with Dr. Jennifer Ashton about how to protect your family from exposure to the H1N1 flue virus.

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Internet Rehab Counseling

A college student in danger of flunking out of school enters an online addiction program to regain control of reality, reports Daniel Sieberg.

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Federer's at Top of His Game

Roger Federer enjoys "Autumn in New York," playing the U.S. Open. He told Justin Gimelstob how family life and being #1 changed his game.

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Robonurse cares for elderly

Researchers develop robot nurse to take care of Japan's elderly.

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Fighting the downturn, Grazia launches in France

Defying a crisis that has battered the bottom lines of even bestselling fashion magazines, Italian publishers Mondadori are rolling out the French edition of the hit weekly Grazia. Its frothy combination of fashion and celebrity content has won it a following in a dozen countries including Britain, and editors are now hoping for success in the French market dominated by Elle magazine. Duration: 00:25.

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Evening News Online, 08.27.09

A special tribute at the John F. Kennedy presidential Library in Boston to honor Edward Kennedy; Also, A 29-year-old claimed to be a 1991 kidnap victim.

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Climate change activists set up camp in London

About 1,000 environmental activists have set up camp close to the Docklands financial district in London as part of a week-long protest against climate change. They are also keen to promote a sustainable way of life, bringing with them not only tents, but also their own composting toilets and wind generators. Duration: 01:28.

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Gabonese presidential candidate says he's in the race

A bid to promote a unity candidate in Gabon's presidential election backfired Friday, as four contenders denied having pulled out of the race to rally behind a rival. All four dismissed a statement issued earlier Friday saying they had agreed to back former minister Andre Mba Obame in a bid to beat frontrunner Ali Bongo Ondimba, son of the former president Omar Bongo Ondimba. Duration: 00:54.

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Inside Look - Japanese Equities Post Election

Interview with Gloom, Boom, & Doom Report Editor Marc Faber (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - California's Garage Sale

Interview and discussion with Rick Levin of the Rick Levin and Associates. He gives his insights about the California's garage sale. He says other state may follow California's example. (Bloomberg News)

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Ask it Early- New Credit Card Laws

Ray Martin reviews what the new credit card laws will mean for you.

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In-Depth Look - Banks Flunk Health Test

Interview and discussion with Paul Miller of the FBR Capital Markets. He says FDIC is capable of handling bank failures. (Bloomberg News)

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Gabon looks to the future after Bongo's long rule

Oil-rich Gabon holds a presidential election on Sunday with the son of its longtime president Omar Bongo among a pack of candidates promising a fair deal for the impoverished population. Many opposition figures say however that the result is fixed in advance and that Ali Bongo is assured of completing a father-son succession. Duration: 01:56.

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Bordeaux kicks off annual grape harvest

Bordeaux winemakers are predicting an excellent year for their clarets and whites this year, thanks to clement weather up through the harvest. Grape-picking began in the famed wine region on Thursday. Duration: 00:49.

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Cuban sings hot salsa - in German

Cuban-born singer Kel Torres scores a big hit in Germany with a hot salsa tune dedicated to Berlin - which he sings in German.

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Best Home Improvement Tips

New color combinations, easy facelifts and water features make for dramatic looks. Danny Lipford explains the best home improvement projects to Chris Wragge.

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Market Open 8.28

Suzanne O'Halloran is live in the New York Stock Exchange. Stocks are set to kick off higher. (Bloomberg News)

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Korean family reunions to restart

The two Koreas have agreed to resume reunions of families torn apart by the Korean War.

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Gourmet Ice Cream Flavors

Chef Fortunato Nicotra showed Maggie Rodriguez some surprising gourmet ice cream flavors.

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Russell Knocked Out

Big Brother house guest Russell was evicted from the show and spoke with host Julie Chen about his experience.

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Inside Look - Finding Fault With FICO

Interview and discussion with Mark Greene of F.I.C.O. He says banks have heightened level of risk. (Bloomberg News)

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Landlord Sues Goldman

A landlord sues Goldman Sachs for not sharing profit from space. (Bloomberg News)

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Billings Murder 911 Calls

Police released security camera tapes and 911 calls from the murders of Fla. couple Byrd and Melanie Billings. Don Teague reports.

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Stanford In Hospital For Observation

Stanford is in a Texas hospital because of a racing pulse. (Bloomberg News)

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Israel tightens Ramadan security

Palestinians face age restrictions on entering Jerusalem for Ramadan prayers.

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Thousands pay respects to Kennedy

Thousands of mourners gather in Boston to say goodbye to Senator Edward Kennedy as his body lays in repose ahead of Saturday's funeral.

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In-Depth Look - Stock Market Behind "Reality"

Interview and discussion with Barton Biggs of the Traxis Partners Fund Manager. He gives his outlook regarding the rebound we are seeing in the economy. He says U.S. world economy emerges from recession. (Bloomberg News)

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Police On '91 Kidnap

El Dorado County, Calif. Undersheriff Fred Kollar discusses the recent discovery of a 29-year-old woman who claims to be the same person who was kidnapped at age 11 in 1991.

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Captive Girl's Step-Dad Speaks

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with the step-father of a girl who was missing for 18 years and held captive by a sex-offender.

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Ed Smart on Captive Girl

In some kidnapping cases, the children do not attempt to escape. Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Ed Smart, father of kidnapped Elizabeth Smart, about the girl held captive for 18 years.

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Calif. Fires Threaten Homes

Dry conditions in L.A., Calif. have fed large fires that now threaten multi-million ddollar homes. Ben Tracy reports.

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TV soap lures Arabs to Istanbul

The TV series "G??", a hit in the Arab world, is proving to be a marketing master stroke for Turkish tourism. Fans from all over the Middle East and North Africa are heading to Istanbul to catch a glimpse of the places they know so well through their television sets. Duration: 02:07.

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Venezuelan beauties, queens of the pageant

Last weekend, for the second year running, a Venezuelan won the Miss Universe contest. Meanwhile, young women in this country that churns out record numbers of beauty queens are feeling the pressure, and responding by getting cosmetic surgery at very young age. Duration: 01:46.

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Japan's economy remains fragile despite rebound

Japan's unemployment rate rose to a record high of 5.7 percent in July as companies shed workers to cope with the fallout from the worst recession in decades. As voters prepare to go to polls on Sunday, the world's second economy is slowly emerging from its longest recession since World War II. But is Japan really back in the game? A voiced AFPTV report. Duration: 01:55.

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Saving the Himalayas from global warming

As South Asian leaders gather in Kathmandu for a conference on the effects of climate change on the Himalayan region, Greenpeace is calling for more to be done to save the ecology of the fragile region, which threatens the livelihoods of more than a billion people in India and China. Duration: 01:27.

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Japan's pre-election double nightmare

As Japan's opposition Democrats are poised to end more than five decades of almost continuous LDP rule, Japan's economy faces soaring unemployment and record deflation.

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Business Update-Baosteel buys Aquila

China's biggest steelmaker, Baosteel, plans to take over a 15 percent stake in Australian iron ore explorer Aquila, but worries about China's recovery linger.

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Tropical Storm Danny Heads To Land

Tropical storm watch is up in the North Carolina because tropical storm Danny moves towards the land. (Bloomberg News)

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2,000 Evacuates In California

Almost 2,000 people in California evacuates their home because of wild fires. (Bloomberg News)

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Game Over for Russell

Big Brother house guest Russell was evicted and spoke to host Julie Chen about his strategy and his housemates.

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Girl Missing 18 Years, Found

A Calif. girl who went missing in 1991 was miraculously found 18 years later. She was held prisoner by a sex-offender and was subjected to years of abuse. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Japan pre-election double nightmare

As Japan's opposition Democrats are poised to end more than five decades of almost continuous LDP rule, Japan's economy faces soaring unemployment and record deflation.

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In-Depth Look - AT&T, Sprint & Verizon

Interview and discussion with Craig Moffett of the Sanford Bernstein Analyst. He talks about the media market, and the wireless business. He says smaller wireless firms battling over price. (Bloomberg News)

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Japan's election double nightmare

As Japan's opposition Democrats are poised to end more than five decades of almost continuous LDP rule, Japan's economy faces soaring unemployment and record deflation.

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5x7% To Match Reagan - Obama Formula

Both President Obama and Reagan keeps the Federal Reserve Chairman after a severe recession. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Impact Of Japanese Election On Yen

Interview and discussion with Daniel Tenengauzer of the Banc of America Securities-Merrill Lynch. He talks about the effect of the Japanese election in the dollar-yen trade. (Bloomberg News)

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Ramadan bleak for Bangladesh

Bangladesh's storm victims have a muted Ramadan, as thousands remain homeless months after Cyclone Aila.

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Artist vanishes into surroundings

A Chinese artist Liu Bolin vanishes into an ancient doorway by painting himself to match his surroundings.

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UNASUR to grill Colombia on US plan

South American leaders will debate a controversial Colombia-U.S. military deal during a regional summit.

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Editor in Chief Insights- Presidential Approval & the Dow

Gallup Poll Editor in Chief Frank Newport analyzes the relationship between presidential job approval ratings and the Dow.

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Hotel Boom In Nation's Capital

Washington's hotel business booms. (Bloomberg News)

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Luxury Retail Sales Not Getting Worse

Tiffany' reports says the economic slump is not recovering quickly but stops getting worse. (Bloomberg News)

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North England Pair Discovers Viking Treasure

Two amateur diggers pockets $878,000 after finding Viking treasures. (Bloomberg News)

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Lance Armstrong Gears Up Australian Economy

Lance Armstrong brings $32,200,000 to the economy of Southern Australia after his comeback. (Bloomberg News)

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Chateau Lafite Rothschild Sells Highest Ever

$3,386 is the average price for a bottle of Chateau Lafite Rothschild. (Bloomberg News)

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Kennedy Lays In Repose In Boston

Democrats push to name a temporary successor to the late Senator Edward M. Kennedy. (Bloomberg News)

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California Holds Garage Sale

Californian government holds a garage sale to help pay the town's budget deficit. (Bloomberg News)

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Debate Over 'Frankenforests'

Frankenforest provides lower cost of wood. They are designed to survive freezes. (Bloomberg News)

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Treasury Calls AIG Bailout "Highly Speculative"

Treasury department calls its $182 billion bailout a highly speculative investment as well. (Bloomberg News)

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Supertanker Operator Defies Odds

Frontline earns 36 cents per share that beat analyst estimates. (Bloomberg News)

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Roddick Looks For Next Major

Roddick needs one more major tennis tournament win to be assured a place in sports history. (Bloomberg News)

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Vick Plays First Game

Michael Vick plays his first game after the serving a year and a half in prison. The Eagles beat Jackson, 33 - 32. (Bloomberg News)

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Tax Evasion Crackdown

U.S. - U.B.S. settlement lets the I.R.S. gets its hands on the data of nearly 4,500 Americans who did business with U.B.S. (Bloomberg News)

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Trump Casino Deal To Be Examined

A bankruptcy examiner takes look at Donald Trump's efforts to regain control of Trump Entertainment Casinos. (Bloomberg News)

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Toyota Shuts Down California Plant

Toyota shuts down its plant in California. (Bloomberg News)

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Chrysler Expands Liability

Chrysler to accept product liability claims on vehicles made before the car maker exited bankruptcy. (Bloomberg News)

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Leverage Rise On Wall Street

Banks boost their lending to investors in high yield and mortgage bonds. (Bloomberg News)

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Derivatives Data 'Critical' For Oversight - SEC

SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro says regulators must have more transparency for derivatives. (Bloomberg News)

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CFTC Pushes For Derivative Regulation

Regulators push for stronger oversight of the O.C. derivatives market. (Bloomberg News)

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J. Crew and Dell report profits that beat estimates. (Bloomberg News)

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Commodities lead European stocks to higher open. (Bloomberg News)

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Asian stocks post another gain this morning. (Bloomberg News)

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Kidnapped girl found after 18 yrs

A girl kidnapped in 1991 aged eleven is found by police, living with the kidnapper who fathered her two children.

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China opposes Dalai Lama visit

China says it is resolutely opposed to the proposed visit of the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, to Taiwan.

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Mark Bittman makes a version of arepas, the cornmeal-based savory cakes from Venezuela.

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N.y./region- Discovering the Hudson, 400 Years Later

In 1609, Henry Hudson made his famous exploration of the river that now bears his name. One reporter hitches rides up that river today, to see what Hudson would find today.

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Mark Bittman makes a version of arepas, the cornmeal-based savory cakes from Venezuela.

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The Thai Army has begun a series of programs, including the introduction of medical care, to reach out to people in southern villages where ethnic clashes have been on the rise.

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