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Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Downturn's Lessons

Analysis and discussion with the HK Director of Robert Half International Andrew Morris. He says new employees have more realistic expectations of pay and career. (Asia Confidential)

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96 Days Left To East Asian Games 2009

Analysis and discussion with the CEO of East Asian Games 2009 Johnny Woo. He talks about the preparations for the coming Asian Games and the tickets that are sold over 53,000 as of today. (Asia Confidential)

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Stakeholders- Health in the Inner-City

The proposed health care legislation emphasizes primary care and universal coverage, but will it help reverse the tide of health clinic closings in inner-cities like Milwaukee's?

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China Raises Fuel Prices

China raises fuel prices for the fourth time this year as crude oil advances. (Asia Confidential)

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Australian Economy Recovers

A$20 billion in cash handouts to households pops up domestic demand. (Asia Confidential)

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High-Flying Oz Dollar

HSBC says India's IPO program, rising deficit, inflation, bond yields to weaken rupee. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Commodities' Predictions

Analysis and discussion with Managing Director of Commodity Broking Services Jonathan Barratt. He discusses about his predictions on copper, oil, gold and platinum. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Drag racing turns green

There's a new kind of drag race in town, and it's a green one. Contestants driving electric cars compete to see whose vehicle can accelerate the fastest, no gasoline allowed. Duration: 01:24

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Kadhafi marks 40 years in power

Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi marked the 40th anniversary on Tuesday of the bloodless coup that brought him to power, with celebrations attended by African, Arab and Latin American leaders but largely ignored by the West. Duration: 01:07

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UN chief sees climate change first-hand

N Secretary General Ban Ki-moon visited the Arctic on Tuesday to see the effects of global warming first-hand ahead of key international climate talks in Copenhagen in December. Ban visited Ny-Aalesund research station in the Svalbard archipelago, located 1,200 kilometres (745 miles) from the North Pole, where scientists explained how the glaciers are retreating due to climate change. Duration: 01:17

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Kurds rally for peace in Turkey

Tens of thousands of Kurds rallied Tuesday urging Turkey to grant them greater rights and reach a peace deal with Kurdish rebels who extended their truce till the end of the Muslim holy fasting month. Organisers said about 100,000 people turned up in Diyarbakir, the largest city in the Kurdish-dominated southeast, at the rally called by the main Kurdish political party, the Democratic Society Party (DTP). Duration: 01:00

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Tourists flee Hurricane Jimena in Mexico

Hurricane Jimena sent tourists fleeing Tuesday as it bore down on Mexico's Baja California, while fishing communities on the sparsely populated peninsula toughed it out. Duration: 00:30

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China Mobile's Shares Drop

China Mobile's profits drop for the first time in a decade as a mountain of cash grows and dividend remains flat. (The Trade)

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Thailand Economic Outlook

Analysis and discussion with the Finance Minister of Thailand Kom Chatikavanji. He says the second quarter improves much on government injection of funds into the economy. (The Trade)

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The Los Angeles Wildfires Rage On

California's governor offered assurances that the state could afford to keep fighting the Station Fire and other infernos despite the financial woes.

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Hurricane Jimena Weakens

Hurricane Jimena approaches Baja as Mexico braces for storm. (The Trade)

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PIMCO Investment Strategy

PIMCO says avoid Black Holes in the high-yield bond markets. (The Trade)

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Property Pursuits

Buy Chinese exporters and sell Chinese property stocks, 7 of the 10 best property performers in Asia are in Hong Kong and Singapore to cut property taxes. (The Trade)

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Australian Stocks Unimpressive

Australian stocks and banks tumble with lower exports of coal and iron ore in the second quarter. (The Trade)

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Chevelle releases their fifth album

Chicago-based rock trio Chevelle releases their fifth studio album, Sci-Fi Crimes, poking fun at conspiracy theorists and urban legends.

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Evening News Online, 09.01.09

Tuesday: Wildfires cause severe damage throughout Los Angeles County; Also, an exclusive report on alleged U.S. security hazing in Afghanistan; And, Bernie Madoff's sons under scrutiny.

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Madoff's Sons in Jeopardy

The court-appointed trustee overseeing the Madoff case is ready to up the ante on behalf of victims. As Armen Keteyian reports, Madoff's two sons may be forced to pay for their father's sins.

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Chevelle releases their fifth album

Chicago-based rock trio Chevelle releases their fifth studio album, Sci-Fi Crimes, poking fun at conspiracy theorists and urban legends.

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Astronauts start first of three spacewalks

NASA astronauts Danny Olivas and Nicole Stott began the first of three spacewalks to help ready the $100 billion International Space Station for full-time science operations.

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Guitar Hero 5 launches with big characters

Guitar Hero 5 launches with new features and big name characters like Kurt Cobain and Johnny Cash.

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Talk of the Town

The latest celebrity news including Chris Brown suffering from memory issues

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Treating Brain Cancer

A 24-year-old med student having mild seizures ended up being diagnosed with malignant brain cancer. As Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports, the prognosis is better than most because of his young age.

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Parole Process Probed

Phillip Garrido was sentenced to a 50-year sentence in 1976, but was paroled 11 years into his sentence. As Hattie Kauffman reports, this is raising serious questions about the parole process.

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Obama Tackles H1N1 Crisis

President Barack Obama has focused his attentions towards the potential threat of an H1N1 virus pandemic, as children return to school for the start of a new academic year. Jim Axelrod reports.

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U.S. Kabul Security Criticized

Accusations of employee abuse have been drawn against ArmorGroup North America, a security firm contracted by the U.S. State Department to provide security in Kabul. Sharyl Attkisson investigates.

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L.A. Flames Intensify

Officials and firefighters in Los Angeles are desperately attempting to extinguish massive wildfires which have left hundreds of homes and families in the region in danger. Sandra Hughes reports.

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Failure To Evacuate

Hundreds of residents in Los Angeles County have been ordered to evacuate from their homes but, as Ben Tracy reports, many are choosing to stay and fight off the ensuing wildfires.

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Talk of the Town- Brown's memory lapse

The latest celebrity news including Chris Brown suffering from memory issues, Anand Jon sentenced and Paris owns her catchphrase

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Business Update- Stocks slide

Wall Street suffered its biggest loss in two weeks after better-than-expected economic data failed to stop worries stock prices are overly inflated.

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Cash for clunkers boosts auto sales

US auto sales got a boost from the cash for clunkers program, but the future remains cloudy.

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Obama agenda faces hurdles

With summer coming to an end, U.S. President Barack Obama is confronting faltering poll numbers and an uncertain fate for his healthcare overhaul in Congress.

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New era for US/Japan relations?

The US welcomes the chance to work with new government in Japan, which analysts said could mark a new era for US/Japanese relations.

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First break for California firefighters

Firefighters battling a wildfire raging near Los Angeles got their first big break in the seven-day blaze on Tuesday -- as higher humidity helped them push towering flames away from neighborhoods.

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Jimena's winds slam Baja resort

Residents sandbag their homes and tourists flee Cabo San Lucas, Mexico as Hurricane Jimena hits southern Baja.

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Obama warns of the H1N1 flu virus

As flu seasons approaches, U.S. President Barack Obama called on Americans to prepare for a new outbreak of the H1N1 swine flu virus.

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Russia rejects WWII criticism

At an event to mark the 70th anniversary of Nazi Germany's invasion of Poland, Russian PM Vladimir Putin and Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel offer condolences.

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Sector Focus - Retail

Analysis and Discussion with Laura Champine of Cowen & Co. (Taking Stock)

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Commodities Spotlight - Precious Metals

Analysis and Discussion with George Gero of RBC Capital Markets (Taking Stock)

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Oscar season arrives with new fall films

Hollywood gets ready to launch a star-studded fall film season, complete with Oscar contenders, comedies, and action-packed adventures.

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Inside Look - Restaurants in a Recession

Restaurant Dining on the Decline - Analysis and Discussion with Harry Balzer of NPD Group (Bloomberg News)

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Sports News Briefs

First Round Playoff Bargains Emerge for Yankee Stadium; NFL Predicts Recession Will Have Low Impact on Sales; Safina Beats Rodowska in First Round of U.S. Open; Roger Federer Becomes First Player to Reach $50 Million in Prize Money (Bloomberg News)

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Brazil's sugar high

Latin American sugar exporters are riding high after prices rallied to their highest peak in nearly three decades -- amid tight supplies in India, the world's top consumer.

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Brain Foods

The KPTVB12 local news story "Try to remember", originally aired on September 01, 2009 at 01:30PM. The story was classified under the "Health" category, and is related to the following topics: use your brain, brain cells, try to remember, good for you, your body, work out.

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Notebook- Afghanistan

The war in Afghanistan is grabbing headlines once again. As Michelle Miller reports, a poll finds support for the war slipping, with only half of Americans approving Obama's handling of Afghanistan.

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In-Depth Look - Florida, the Default Bond Leader

Florida's Bust Propels Muni Default Spike (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - City Budgets in Peril

Cities in Crisis - Interview with Columbus, OH Mayor Michael Coleman (Bloomberg News)

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Bizarre Foods - Maine Outtakes

Follow Zimmern in Maine for some outtakes

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Market Close 9.1

S&P Falls 2.2%; Dow and Nasdaq Each Fall 2% (Bloomberg News)

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Pan Am Paperwork Goes Public

Crucial documents which led to the release of the Lockerbie bomber are being made public in Britain. American families who lost loved ones in the Pan Am bombing are furious. Charlie D'Agata reports.

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Obama Updates H1N1 Preparations

Back from his vacation on Martha's Vineyard, Pres. Obama made a Rose Garden statement on H1N1 flu preparations.

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Latin America's sugar high

Latin American sugar exporters are riding high after prices rallied to their highest peak in nearly three decades -- amid tight supplies in India, the world's top consumer.

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Reuters Showbiz Week

The top showbiz news and headlines for the week ending August 28, including Michael Jackson's death caused by anesthetic drug

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'Winton children' retrace journey

The 'Winton Children' retrace their historical journey 70 years after British diplomat Nicholas Winton helped arrange the evacuation of hundreds of mainly Jewish children fleeing Nazi occupation in Czechoslovakia.

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Pakistan launches new Swat offensive

Pakistani forces have flushed out suspected militants in the north-western tribal region of Khyber, bordering Afghanistan..

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Mexico's macabre mummies on show

An exhibition featuring dozens of macabre mummified corpses from Guanajuato has arrived for the first time in Mexico City.

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There's cash in these cows

As the world grapples with the global economic downturn, French investors are turning to cows as an alternative to low interest rates offered by banks.

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California fires double in size

Eight massive wildfires continue roaring through the mountains north of Los Angeles -- and fire officials say there is no sign of a letup.

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Hotel creates Dalai Lama Latte

The Taiwan hotel hosting the Dalai Lama during his controversial visit is offering a Dalai-themed cup of coffee.

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There's cash in these cows

As the world grapples with the global economic downturn, French investors are turning to cows as an alternative to low interest rates offered by banks.

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Sticky climate protest in London

Climate campaigners glue themselves together in a trading room at the Royal Bank of Scotland in London to protest against the bank's energy investments.

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Poland marks start of World War II

Polish political leaders, church and military authorities attend a ceremony to mark the 70th anniversary of firing of the first shots at the start of World War II.

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Disney and Marvel unite

The latest celebrity and entertainment headlines including Marvel and Disney unite, a new investigation in to a former Rolling Stone and Kurt Cobain lives again.

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'Spiderman' climbs Petronas Towers

French climber Alain Robert, known as "Spiderman" for his daredevil rope-less ascents of the world's highest skyscrapers, is in Malaysian police custody after scaling the country's 88-storey Petronas Twin Towers.

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Dalai Lama speaks to typhoon victims

The Dalai Lama led an audience of around 10,000 in prayer for the victims of Typhoon Morakot during a controversial visit to Taiwan.

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Spotlight - General Motors

GM's August Sales Fall 20% - Interview with Chief Sales Analyst Michael DiGiovanni (Bloomberg News)

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The Girl in the Box and Jaycee

The Woman Who was Kidnapped and Held as a Sex Slave in a Box Skypes with Crimesider about Her Ordeal

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World News Briefs

Violence Continues in Afghanistan; Condition of Lockerbie Bomber Worsens; California Wildfires Worsen, State Declares Emergency in San Bernardino County (Bloomberg News)

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Spotlight - Ford Motor Co.

Interview with Chief Sales Analyst George Pipas (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Detecting Flaws in the Financial System

Federal Reserve Governor Daniel Tarullo Leads Supervision Overhaul (Bloomberg News)

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Loaded- CAPS LOCK

eBay may sell off Skype, Apple gives us a few clues about new iPods, and you'd better turn off your Caps Lock key if you don't want to get fired.

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Obama Speaking About H1N1 Prevention in Schools

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

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Madoff's beachfront hideaway up for sale

A beachside mansion on Long Island for 8.7 million dollars? And there is another in Florida and a Penthouse in Manhattan. The many homes of Wall Street super fraud Bernard Madoff are up for sale, with proceeds going to the victims of his financial schemes. Duration: 01:47

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More Perspective - August Auto Sales

Interview with Autoconomy.com President Erich Merkle (Bloomberg News)

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Update - Healthcare Debate

According to CBS News Poll, 67% of Americans are Confused by Reform Ideas; Healthcare Plan for Waiting for the Obama Brand (Bloomberg News)

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French turn to 'cash cows'

As the world grapples with the global economic downturn, French investors are turning to cows as an alternative to low interest rates offered by banks.

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Economic Expectations - Is This Recovery For Real?

Analysis and Discussion with Brian Bethune of IHS Global Insight (Bloomberg News)

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View From the Floor - September Selloff Underway for Stocks

Live! From NYSE Trading Floor - Interview with Ben Willis of VDM Institutional Brokerage (Bloomberg News)

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The 66th annual Venice Film

A look ahead at the line-up of stars and movies at the world's oldest film ferstival

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Business Update- Factory upswing

U.S. manufacturing activity expanded in August for the first time since the recession began, adding further evidence an economic recovery is gaining traction.

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Kraft May Boost Dividend

According to Bloomberg Data, Kraft May Raise Dividend After Increasing Forecast and Dividend Raising From Peers (Bloomberg News)

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Tesco mobile service fears

Shopping with Tesco through mobile devices could make the grocery shopping experience faster but the service is also raising privacy issues for consumers.

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In-Depth Look - Major Loss at Ivy league Endowments

Lack of Cash Hurts Endowment Returns - PIMCO Keeps More Money in Cash and Treasuries (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - August Auto Sales

August Auto Sales May Be Highest Since April 2008 - Analysis and Discussion with Edmunds.com CEO Jeremy Anwyl (Bloomberg News)

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Led Bib, Mercury Prize underdogs

Underdog Mercury Prize nominees Led Bib hope to be the first jazz band in history to take home the top prize

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French turn to 'cash cows'

As the world grapples with the global economic recession, French investors are turning to cows as an alternative to low interest rates offered by banks.

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Inside Look - Manufacturing Rebounds in August

Interview with ISM Business Survey Chairman Norbert Ore (Bloomberg News)

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Finland tries Rwandan genocide case

A Rwandan former pastor has gone on trial in Finland charged with genocide over the slaughter of 5,000 people in his home country in 1994.

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Pakistan amputees bear conflict cost

Some Pakistanis in the Swat Valley have paid a lifelong price for the recent conflict between the military and the Taliban.

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Inside Look - Faith, Friendship, & Fraud

Exclusive: "He's Like Me, I Can Trust Him" - Mormons Lose $50 Million, Promised Gold Stash Twice the Size of U.S. Reserve (Bloomberg News)

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Mexico's macabre mummies on show

An exhibition featuring dozens of macabre mummified corpses from Guanajuato has arrived for the first time in Mexico City.

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Business Update- Car sales up

Europe has reported a rise in car sales for August thanks to government scrappage incentives.

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Protesters blockade RBS in London

Environmental activists based at the Climate Camp in London blockade a building belonging to the Royal Bank of Scotland.

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15lbs Baby Born in Romania

"CBS NEWS RAW:" A 39-year-old Romanian woman gave birth to a 15 pound baby that is 24 inches long. The parents already have 9 children.

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In-Depth Look - Sanctioning Iran

Analysis and Discussion with Stratfor CEO George Friedman (Bloomberg News)

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The Currency Report - British Pound

According to Commerzbank, Bank of England May Be Losing Credibility as Inflation is Beating BOE Targets (Bloomberg News)

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Sector to Watch - Media

Disney's Marvel Deal May Be Beginning of Media M&A Wave; Still Cheap? - S&P Media Stocks Trade at More than 40% Off 2007 Highs (Bloomberg News)

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Fall Boots and Bags

Elise Loehnen from Lucky magazine shares the hottest boots and bags for ladies' fall fashions.

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European News Briefs

Ex-Soc Gen Trader to Stand Trial on Abuse of Trust, Falsifying Documents, and Computer Hacking; Italian PM Berlusconi Targets The Vatican as Media War Heats Up (Bloomberg News)

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Is America H1N1 Crazy?

Dr. Ashton explains to Harry Smith about reality vs. statistics in getting and preventing the H1N1 virus as the public tries to make sense data indicating as many as 50 % of Americans could get the flu.

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Seattle Man in Coma

Sarah Jorgensen claims Seattle, Wash. police used excessive force when they mistook her husband for a robber and slammed him into a wall resulting in a coma. She tells her story to Harry Smith.

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In-Depth Look - Pending Home Sales Reaction

Interview and discussion with Mark Zandi of the Moody's Economy.com. He says expect some weakness in home sales over this winter. (Bloomberg News)

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Skydiver Survives Fall

After his chutes failed at 10,000 ft, Paul Lewis hit a flexible metal roof which provided a life-saving landing, reports Richard Roth.

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Money Saving Travel Tips

Making the most of travel discounts using membership cards can save you hundreds dollars, says Susan Koeppen who explains to Harry Smith.

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Inside Madoff's Montauk Home

A U.S. Marshall offers a tour inside and out of Bernie Madoff's former oceanside home in Montauk, N.Y. prior to auction.

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Taste of the U.S. Open

Chef Tony Mantuano showed Maggie Rodriguez and Harry Smith the gourmet foods available to fans at the U.S. Open tennis tournament in New York City.

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Market Open 9.1

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

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In-Depth Look - Top Mutual Fund Manager

Interview and discussion with Donald Yackman of the Yacktman Asset Management. He says he invest from the 'Bottom Up'. (Bloomberg News)

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GM Selects 'Change Agents'

General Motors choose 50 managers to serve as change agents at the company. (Bloomberg News)

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Icahn Sells Yahoo! Shares

Yahoo Director Icahn sells 12 million shares cutting his stake to less than 5%. (Bloomberg News)

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Walmart Emulates Amazon.com

Walmart offers merchandise from smaller stores on Amazon.com. (Bloomberg News)

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What Women Should Know About Cancer

Do you know what an abnormal pap smear means? For Gynecologic Cancer Awareness month, Dr. Jennifer Ashton focuses on reproductive cancers.

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Finding a Healthy Obsession

Author Anne Graham Lotz and daughter of Billy Graham spoke to Harry Smith about her new book on finding a healthy obsession.

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Bogus Bargains

Maggie Rodriguez spoke to CBSMoneywatch.com's Jill Schlesinger about bargains that are not as good as they seem.

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Witness- Garrido Girls Normal

Cheyvonne Molino has known Philip Garrido, Jaycee and daughters for a decade. She told Julie Chen that the condition of the young girls is not what has been reported.

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Support for Afghan War Down

The top U.S. commander in Afghanistan says the situation is serious and he may request more troops. Bill Plante reports.

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Boeing Dreamliner Chief To Retire

The Chief in charge with Boeing's Dreamliner is said to retire at the end of the year. (Bloomberg News)

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Calif. Fires Continue to Rage

Tens of thousands of homes are threatened by out of control fires, including the so-called "station" fire near Los Angeles burning over 100 square miles, reports Sandra Hughes.

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In-Depth Look - Economy Outlook

Interview and discussion with the C.E.O. and Chairman of Gamco, Mario Gabelli. He talks about the market and the economic growth we are seeing. (Bloomberg News)

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Life After Abduction

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with the parents of Shawn Hornbeck, who was kidnapped at age 11 and reunited with his family 4 years later.

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Afghanistan Situation 'Serious'

A new report from the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan says the situation is "serious." Harry Smith spoke with Senior Fellow for defense policy Stephen Biddle about the report.

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In-Depth Look - Tax Revenue

Interview and discussion with Daniel Clifton, Director of Policy Research in Strategas Research. He says health-care becomes liability for democrats. (Bloomberg News)

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California Wildfire Threatens 12,000 Homes

Firefighters struggle to contain a massive blaze and that is threatening 12,000 homes. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - RBA To Raise Rates

Interview and discussion with Jim O'Neil, Chief Economist at Goldman Sachs. He says central bankers are reluctant to raise rates early. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - You Can Weekend At Bernie's

Interview and discussion with Jonathan Miller of the Miller Samuel. He talks about Bernie Madoff's seven million dollars beach house in Montauk, New York. (Bloomberg News)

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Miley Cyrus shakes it up

Miley Cyrus becomes the latest celebrity to shake it up at 'Millions of Milkshakes' in West Hollywood

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Bank Super-Regulator Not Needed- Bair

F.D.I.C. Chairman Sheila Bair says the U.S. don.t need a single super regulator for the banking system. (Bloomberg News)

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Zell To Buy Distressed Assets

Sam Zell forms $625 million fund to buy distressed assets. (Bloomberg News)

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Battle Of The Brains

Hedge-fund managers bet against top Wall Street economists. (Bloomberg News)

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City Budget In Peril

Municipal officials say tax collection won't recover until the economy gets better. (Bloomberg News)

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Pimp My iPhone

Take Two Interactive Software announces a big deal with Apple. (Bloomberg News)

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Bernie's Room With A View

U.S. government wants to sell Bernie Madoff's properties to recoup its victims. (Bloomberg News)

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Companies Battle The "Shorts"

Daily issuance of corporate bonds up nearly 60% since August 2008. (Bloomberg News)

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China Manufacturing Expands

Chinese manufacturing expands in its fastest pace in six months. (Bloomberg News)

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AIG CEO Attacks Cuomo

A.I.G.'s C.E.O. has some tough words for Andrew Cuomo. (Bloomberg News)

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eBay May Sell Skype Today - NYT

eBay plans to sell its Skype unit as early as today. (Bloomberg News)

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eBay May Sell Skype Today - NYT

eBay plans to sell its Skype unit as early as today. (Bloomberg News)

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Google To Equip Sony PCs With Chrome

Google installs Chrome on some Sony personal computers. (Bloomberg News)

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Barneys To File Bankruptcy?

Barneys may restructure debt. Toronto retailer shows interest. (Bloomberg News)

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Business Update-China shares firm

China shares stabilise on upbeat economic data, after a sharp tumble Monday that shook global stock markets.

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A Political Hot Potato - Bonuses

European leaders look action to tap bonuses. (Bloomberg News)

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Rebuilding Defense Budget

U.S. Defense Secretary, Robert Gates says the U.S. must change the way it buys weapons. (Bloomberg News)

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P&G To Sponsor US Olympians

Procter & Gamble is said to be the sponsor of the next Olympic Games. (Bloomberg News)

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Venus Needs Three Sets To Win

Venus wins after the third set. (Bloomberg News)

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Federer Becomes 1st To Win $50 Million

Defending Champion Federer becomes the first player ever win $50 million in career prize money. (Bloomberg News)

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BofA Aims To Repay Some Aid - WSJ

Bank of America repays a part of the $20 billion it gets from the government aid related to the purchase of Merrill Lynch. (Bloomberg News)

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From drummer to bunny border

When Nigel Silk's career as a drummer ended abruptly he turned his garden in the English countryside into a holiday boarding business for bunnies.

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Goldman Sachs Wrong On Recovery?

Paul Jones thinks Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley got it wrong in declaring the start of an upside recovery for the economy. (Bloomberg News)

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European Market Check

European markets are in red. Raw materials and banks lead the retreat. (Bloomberg News)

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Asian Market Check

Asian stocks rallies, gets support from manufacturing in China. (Bloomberg News)

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Myanmar refugees leave China

Calm returns to Chinese border town of Nansan as thousands of Myanmar refugees return home.

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China artist makes paper bronzes

Chinese artist turns unwanted newspapers into replicas of ancient bronze pieces.

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Sony sells LCD plant to Hon Hai

Sony will sell an LCD plant in Mexico to Taiwan's Hon Hai, as part of TV business overhaul efforts.

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Business Update- Merger Monday

Walt Disney's planned purchase of superhero media company Marvel was the highlight of dealmaking, but Mickey Mouse was not strong enough to offset China worries.

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Where are Benin's doctors?

Wealthy Western nations are a prime destination for doctors and nurses from Africa and other developing nations, to the detriment of the public health of their home states. Benin needs its medical experts more than ever -- but there are more of their doctors in and around Paris than there are in the west African country. Duration: 02:22.

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School for autistic children breaks ground in China

The Stars and Rain school is unique in China -- the country's first school for autistic children. Since it opened in 1993, it has helped thousands of children. While working with its special needs students, it has a larger goal -- to encourage acceptance in China of a condition still largely misunderstood. Duration: 01:44.

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Polish forest shares secret of Hitler's "Lair"

Wolf's Lair, the vast complex of hidden bunkers which was Hitler's main eastern headquarters, is drawing more tourists than ever as Europe commemorates 70 years since the Second World War ended. The secret forest hideout, now in eastern Poland, was a key base for the Fuhrer between 1941 and 1944, and is now attracting some 200,000 visitors a year. Duration: 01:56.

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Dalai Lama in Taiwan mass prayer

The Dalai Lama led thousands in prayer at his first largescale public appearance since arriving in Taiwan. The ceremony at the Kaohsiung Dome was focused on the tragedy that struck last month when Typhoon Morakot left at least 571 people dead in its trail. Duration: 00:39.

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Europe marks WWII anniversary

European leaders remembered the victims of World War II Tuesday at ceremonies marking the start of the conflict 70 years ago. The memorial services took place in the port of Gdansk -- the site of the war's first battle on September 1, 1939, when a German ship opened fire on a Polish base. Duration: 01:28

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