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Thursday, September 3, 2009

Southern Comfort Food

Lori Granito of Magnolia shares her new dish called Jambalaya. (Asia Confidential)

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G20 To Meet This Weekend

U. S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner says too early to implement exit strategies. (Asia Confidential)

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Surfing addicts take to rivers in search of waves

Forget Hawaii, Hossegor and Bali: The latest destination for surfing is Canada, under the shadow of Montreal's grey skies. More than 500 kilometers from the ocean, surfing addicts flock to ride waves on the St. Lawrence River. Duration: 01:48

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Buffett To Increase Interest And Asset Across Asia

BYD Chairman says Buffett's MidAmerican may increase stake in Chinese automaker. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Shanghai Stocks Rise

Shanghai stocks rise for the first three days in September. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Gold Glistens Brighter

U.S gold miners may gain on technical indicator and gold continues to make a run at a thousand dollar mark. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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South Korea's Strategy

South Korea is in no rush to exit stimulus and it will formulate its strategy once the economy grows. (The Trade)

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Gold Rises To Six-Month High

Gold nears $1,000 an ounce and rises to six-month high on weaker dollar. (The Trade)

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Election Currency

Yen is stronger for the fourth week in a row which is the longest winning streak since December. (The Trade)

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Rating Agencies Face The Music

S&P parent McGraw-Hill and Moody's tumble on lawsuit. (The Trade)

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Evening News Online, 09.03.09

Thursday: A new trend emerges for women in the U.S. work force; Also, why the youth of America are more at risk of contracting the deadly H1N1 flu virus; And, Ted Kennedy's revealing memoir.

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Philippine Consumer Prices Rise

Consumer prices rise 0.1% year on year and 0.2% month on month. (The Trade)

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Japanese Retailers Lead Stocks Down

Retailers drop for a second day after Merrill Lynch cuts its stock rating. (The Trade)

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Fringe cast ready for round 2

Producer J.J. Abrams looks forward to second season of 'Fringe'.

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Business Update- Gold eyes $1,000

Gold prices touched just below $1,000 an ounce in a sign investors are growing wary of the stock market's torrid rebound since March.

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Healthy Food In Detroit

With no major grocery chain store in Detroit, many depend on suppliers like Peaches and Greens, one of three involved in a Michigan pilot program to deliver healthy food. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Kennedy's Insightful Memoir

In Ted Kennedy's memoir, "True Compass," he discusses his terrible decisions at Chappaquiddick, the loss of his brothers, and his battle with brain cancer. Jeff Glor reports.

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Taliban Protection Payments

The House Foreign Relations Committee is investigating whether a percentage of the money the U.S. is spending in Afghanistan is going straight to the Taliban. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Fed At Fault for L.A. Fires?

Some residents of Los Angeles are upset that more federal money has not been used to prevent wildfires. Sandra Hughes reports.

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The changing face of credit

Credit markets have stormed back from the brink, but it's a very different world for consumers who want to borrow money.

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Back-to-School Sales Down

According to experts, back-to-school retail sales act as a barometer for the rest of the year. So far, the forecast doesn't look good, reports Anthony Mason.

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Guantanamo redux?

Allegations of torture taking place at Camp X-Ray are still being investigated-- the primary reason why this defunct detention facility remains completely intact.

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Recession Delays Retirement

During the next decade, 93 percent of the growth in the U.S. labor force will come from people 55 and older. While seniors delay their retirement, young people stay in school. Jim Axelrod reports.

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Kidnap victim adjusts to family

After 18 years apart from her family, kidnapping victim Jaycee Dugard is reconnecting with her past.

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Spotlight - ATP Oil & Gas Corp.

Interview with CFO Al Reese (Bloomberg News)

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Emerging Market Spotlight - China

China Stocks Rally - Analysis and Discussion with Joseph Meuse of Belmont Partners (Taking Stock)

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California firefighters gain ground

As firefighters get the upperhand on the raging wildfires in California, investigators are trying to determine what caused one of the largest blazes in Southern California history.

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Spotlight - Deutsche Bank

Exclusive Interview with Deutsche Bank Americas CEO Seth Waugh (Bloomberg News)

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Notebook- Binge Drinking

Katie Couric comments on the drop in binge drinking by teens and young adults over the past two decades; however, more than 1,800 college students die every year because of alcohol.

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Afternoon Business Headlines

HBO Orders Scorsese's "Boardwalk"; Chicago's Miracle Mile to be Shut for Oprah; Jackson Hewitt Drops Magic Johnson from Campaign; Michael Vick Ready to Play According to NFL Commissioner; American Teen Upsets Fourth Seed in U.S. Open; Dallas Cowboys Ranked as Most Valuable NFL Team at $1.65 Billion (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Rating Services in Free Speech Battle

Credit Rating Case - Moody's and S&P Lose Free Speech Bid to End Fraud Suit (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Financial Flip

Troubled Financials Shares Rising Despite the $260 Billion Black Hole Looming (Bloomberg News)

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Soccer's Chelsea banned from buying

English soccer club Chelsea have been banned from signing new players until 2011 after they were found guilty of inducing a player to break his contract with another club.

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Petrol vs. preservation in Bolivia

Fight over oil reserves in Bolivia could be brewing as some fear the government search for oil could damage the country's national park.

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And Finally... Find the Mermaid.

Mermaid hunt, cute baby giraffe, giant panda birthdays, and waiter racing.

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Inside Look - Movies on Google's YouTube

Google Striking Movie Deal for YouTube, Are TV Shows Next?; YouTube Deal Could Threaten Rivals; Further Analysis and Discussion with Wired Magazine Senior Editor Daniel Roth (Bloomberg News)

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Mercury nominees Friendly Fires

Friendly Fires pack out London department store for special deluxe release of their first album

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Market Close 9.3

All Three Major Indexes Each Rise Less Than 1%; Financials Rally; SEC May Sharpen Regulation; Ford Shares Rise 6% on Positive Sentiment at Moody's Regarding Debt Rating (Bloomberg News)

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09-03- Jennifer Shively family news conference

Excerpts of a news conference held by Jennifer Shively's brothers and mother. Jennifer was found dead in shallow water in Ottawa County.

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Update - Verizon Raises Dividend

Verizon Raises Quarterly Dividend by 3.3%; Now Lockheed Martin May Raise Its Dividend (Bloomberg News)

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Help From A Higher Power

At a speaking event at The Brookings Institute, Vice President Joe Biden made the sign of the cross when he was asked to discuss health care reform.

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Technical Perspective - Where Do We Go From Here?

September Blues? - Analysis and Discussion with Katie Stockton of MKM Partners: Gold Has Triangle Formation (Bloomberg News)

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Soothing Tips for Back to School

The KPTVB12 local news story "Walking with", originally aired on September 03, 2009 at 01:31PM. The story was classified under the "Education" category, and is related to the following topics: kid lunch, lunch box, walking with, rest rooms, teacher, scary.

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Encouraging Words - Part II

The KPTVB12 local news story "Encouraging words", originally aired on September 03, 2009 at 01:52PM. The story was classified under the "General" category, and is related to the following topics: come back, encouraging words, come again, their vacation, swingset, mani people.

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Save in the Living Room

The KPTVB12 local news story "Get out the door", originally aired on September 03, 2009 at 01:40PM. The story was classified under the "Education" category, and is related to the following topics: arm and hammer, refill, cleaner, save, get out the door, money times.

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Your Child's Makeup

Is it about that time in your daughter's life when she starts to think about wearing makeup? If so, join us as we discuss the best way to go about this important time in a young girl's life. From reasons to what kinds of makeup to suggest, we cover many topics to help you get through this, leaving both you and your daughter with a smile.

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Wolverine hits Japan

Australian actor Hugh Jackman attends the Tokyo premiere of "X-Men Origins: Wolverine"

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Berlusconi critique to air at Venice film festival

Videocracy, a documentary exposing the media empire of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, gets its first showing at the Venice film festival. Duration: 01:15

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Economic Expectations - Stimulus is Still Worth It

Interview with Obama Senior Economic Adviser Austan Goolsbee (Bloomberg News)

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Bongo- "Accept the verdict"

The newly elected president of Gabon, Ali Bongo, has called for people to accept the results after unrest broke out in several districts of the capital Libreville. Bongo, son of the country's late leader Omar Bongo Ondimba, was declared winner of a bitterly disputed presidential election with around 42 percent of the vote. Duration: 01:18.

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Clashes in Gabon capital amid election tensions

Unrest broke out in several districts of the Gabonese capital Libreville on Thursday as Ali Bongo, son of the country's late leader Omar Bongo Ondimba, was declared winner of a bitterly disputed presidential election with around 42 percent of the vote. Images and soundbites. Duration: 00:41.

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Bongo wins Gabon vote amid continued unrest

The newly elected president of Gabon, Ali Bongo, has called for people to accept the results after unrest broke out in several districts of the capital Libreville. Bongo, son of the country's late leader Omar Bongo Ondimba, was declared winner of a bitterly disputed presidential election with around 42 percent of the vote. Duration: 00:36

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Aunt- Jaycee Remembers Us

Jaycee Dugard's aunt Tina Dugard discusses the emotional family reunion and what it's been like reconnecting to the kidnap victim and her children after 18 years.

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Gerard Butler not dating Jen Aniston

Hollywood heartthrob Gerard Butler sets the record straight about his relationship with Jennifer Aniston.

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Sector to Watch - Retail

Retail Sales Beat Forecasts (Bloomberg News)

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Natural Cake Mix

The KPTVB12 local news story "Mix it up", originally aired on September 03, 2009 at 01:13PM. The story was classified under the "Food" category, and is related to the following topics: cake mix, mix it up, cake like, my cake, mixed up, soy milk.

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Inexpensive Kitchen Update

Follow along as we update the look of a bland kitchen. This room goes from boring to chic, in just two days and for under five hundred dollars.

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Guide to Men's Style

The KPTVB12 local news story "Great value", originally aired on September 03, 2009 at 01:04PM. The story was classified under the "Weather" category, and is related to the following topics: plaid, shirt, mix it up, lifestyle, trend, great value.

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Fall Fashion Trends

The KPTVB12 local news story "Fancy dress", originally aired on September 03, 2009 at 01:00PM. The story was classified under the "Weather" category, and is related to the following topics: trend, fall, pair, great, fancy dress, necklace.

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In-Depth Look - G-20 to Tackle Post-Crisis Strategies

G-20 Currency Check - Analysis and Discussion with Jacob Oubina of GAIN Capital (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Battle in the Skies

Boeing vs. Airbus in Continued Launch Aid Dispute (Bloomberg News)

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Petrol vs. preservation in Bolivia

A fight over oil reserves in Bolivia could be brewing as some fear the government search for oil could damage the country's national park.

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In-Depth Look - Greenwich Homeowners Feel the Burn

Homeowners Turn to the Rental Market in Greenwich, CT; Single Family Sales in Greenwich Fell 48% This Year (Bloomberg News)

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Business Update- Retail caution

Most U.S. retailers saw a drop in monthly sales compared to last year, but lower-priced shopkeepers fared better in a sign consumers are still holding purse strings tight.

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Spotlight - Joseph A Bank Clothiers

Interview with CEO Neal Black (Bloomberg News)

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West Bank snake catcher

Abdallah Abu Diab pursues his love of snakes to extreme levels, hunting and catching them by hand.

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Cash for clunkers, the board game

A German auto parts manufacturer saves his company from going bust by turning Berlin's "cash for clunkers" scheme into a board game.

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More Perspective - BP'S Giant Find

Analysis and Discussion with Brian Youngberg of Edward Jones (Bloomberg News)

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Wounds of Belsan still not healed

Five years after the bloody conclusion of the school siege in Beslan in southern Russia, survivors still suffer physical and psychological pain.

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Grooming tips for Indian elephants

Residents of the Elephant Camp of Gorumara National Park in West Bengal are treated to a bit of beauty therapy.

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Special Report - The Glove Indicator

Looking for Recovery - Spotlight on LaCrasia Gloves Owner Jay Ruckel (Bloomberg News)

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Business Update- ECB sees positives

The European Central Bank kept interest rates unchanged at a record low of 1.0 percent as President Jean-Claude Trichet said the eurozone economy faced a very gradual recovery.

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OECD optimistic of recovery

The Chief Economist of the OECD says the world's economy is picking up after the financial crisis at a faster rate than expected.

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Preview- Kidnapped

They were each kidnapped at age 11 and held captive for years. How did Jaycee Lee Dugard survive? Shawn Hornbeck knows. "48 Hours Mystery" has his only interview, Saturday, Sept. 5 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

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Combat in Afghanistan

The enemy is on the rise in Afghanistan and Lara Logan's report from a forward operating base near Pakistan includes 60 MINUTES footage of up-close combat.

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Expert Explains Anorexia Nervosa

Dr. Jon LaPook sits down with Dr. Timothy Walsh, a leading expert on eating disorders, to discus the definition, cause and treatment of anorexia nervosa.

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In-Depth Look- No More Dilly-Dallying

Banks Must Stop Playing Kick the Can (Bloomberg News)

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Mr. Ayers and Mr. Lopez

Discovered living on the streets by L.A. Times columnist Steve Lopez, mentally ill musician Nathaniel Ayers has become the subject of a book by Lopez and now a Hollywood film. Morley Safer reports.

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The Age of Megafires

Global warming is increasing the intensity and number of forest fires across the American West. Scott Pelley goes to the fire line to report.

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Viggo Mortensen arrives in Venice

Movie remake for McCarthy's bleak novel "The Road".

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Commodities Outlook - Gold Climbs to Three Month High

Analysis and Discussion with Frank McGhee of Integrated Brokerage Service (Bloomberg News)

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Market Outlook - Looking for Modest Pullback in Stocks

Earnings Key to Future Market Outlook - Analysis and Discussion with Larry Adam of Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management (Bloomberg News)

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M&A Update - Oracle's Bid for Sun Microsystems

EU Probes Oracle-Sun Deal - Rivals Pushed for Probe on Concern Over MySQL Software Which Powers Some of the Top Websites

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Levi Johnston in Vanity Fair

Levi Johnston claims he's only trying to get his side of the story out, but in Vanity Fair magazine, Kelly Wallace reports on several comments Johnston has made to debunk Sarah Palin's "hockey mom" image.

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Inside Look - Hedging Against Reinvestment Risk

Analysis and Discussion with Chris Ryon of Thornburg Investment Management (Bloomberg News)

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The Currency Report - Australian Dollar

Australia's Dollar Jumps on Rate Hike Hopes (Bloomberg News)

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Sector to Watch - Retail

Retailers Getting House in Order - Advanced Auto Parts Reports Record Gross Margins from Last Quarter; Darden Restaurants Increasing Capital Expenditure; Mastercard Dramatically Dropped Its Debt Over Past Year (Bloomberg News)

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Ahmadinejad shows his ministers

In front of cheering lawmakers, some chanting 'death to Israel', Iran's parliament approves almost all of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's proposed cabinet.

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China H1N1 vaccine gets green light

Chinese vaccine maker Sinovac becomes one of the first companies worldwide to mass-produce a vaccine for the H1N1 strain of flu.

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Parent-Controlled Car Key

Ford safety director Andrew Sarkisian helped create "mykey", an invention for parents of young drivers.

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In-Depth Look - Reaction To Jobless Claims

Interview and discussion with Guy Lebas of the Jansey Montgomery Scott. He shares his reaction about the jobless claims we are seeing in our economy. (Bloomberg News)

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'Any Way You Want It'

Classic rock band Journey performed their classic hit "Any Way You Want It," as part of "The Early Show" Summer Concert Series.

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'Don't Stop Believin''

Classic rock band Journey performed their classic hit "Don't Stop Believin,'" as part of "The Early Show" Summer Concert Series.

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Journey Performs New Single

Legendary rock band Journey performed their new single "Never Walk Away" from their new album, "Revelation."

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Journey's 'Separate Ways'

Classic rock band Journey performed their classic hit "Separate Ways," as part of "The Early Show" Summer Concert Series.

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A modern artist champion of sacred Yoruba site

The Yoruba people are one of the main ethnic groups in southern Nigeria and perhaps their biggest champion was contemporary Austrian artist, Susanne Wenger. She dedicated a large part of her life to preserving their sacred forests. Duration: 01:50.

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Record Fire Devastation

With the "Station" fire 28% contained, some residents in Los Angeles County are being allowed to return to their homes after record devastation there, reports Dave Price.

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Journey's New Frontman

Legendary rock band Journey recruited Arnel Pineda from the Philippines to replace Steve Perry as the band's lead singer. Maggie Rodriguez spoke to the band.

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Inside Look - Marketplace For Junk Securities

Interview and discussion with Barry Silbert of the SecondMarket. He talks about his company's earnings and he gives his perspective about the market. (Bloomberg News)

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Shootings at Mexico drugs clinic

Gunmen have killed 17 patients at a drug rehabilitation centre in a violence-ridden Mexican town.

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Greek PM calls snap election

Greece's prime minister Costas Karamanlis has called a snap election in order to seek a new mandate and deal with the economic crisis.

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Replica lions prowl Nairobi

Fifty plastic lions are being scattered through Nairobi, as part of a project to save Kenya's dwindling wild lion population.

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Indian state chief killed in crash

Indian politician Rajasekhara Reddy and four other people have been killed in a helicopter crash in southern India.

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Tax Breaks For Home Rentals

Financial advisor Ray Martin shares tips with Harry Smith for home owners not ready to sell at a lower price such as tax breaks for renting instead of selling.

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Market Open 8.3

Suzanne O'Halloran is live in the New York Stock Exchange with the latest in the market. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Obama To Address Congress

Interview and discussion with Marc McClellan of the Brookings Institution. He says President Obama will likely have to modify some of health plan. (Bloomberg News)

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Michael Jackson's Tomb

Stars will attend Michael Jackson's lavish private funeral in a mausoleum where other luminaries are laid to rest, reports Ben Tracy.

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No amnesty' for tax evaders- French minister

French Budget Minister Eric Woerth reiterated at a meeting of the employers' federation Medef on Wednesday that there would be no "amnesty" for tax evaders. His declarations come hot on the heels of the revelation that Paris holds a list of 3,000 names of taxpayers with a total of about three billion euros squirrelled away in three Swiss banks. Duration: 00:37

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Recovering from Anorexia Nervosa

Leslie Lipton suffered from the eating disorder anorexia nervosa in her teens. Now 23 Leslie and her father, Roger, discuss her remarkable recovery process with Dr. Jon LaPook.

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West Africa's last giraffes

Niger is home to the last remaining giraffes in the whole of western Africa. Locals are now partners in the protection of the endangered animals, seeing them as an asset to be protected rather than game to be hunted. Duration: 02:19

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Gabon awaits election results, with three claiming victory

Three candidates have claimed victory in Gabon's weekend election but official results expected on Wednesday evening will determine who will succeed Omar Bongo, who until his death in June was Africa's longest-ruling leader. His son, Ali Bongo, and two rival candidates, Andre Mba Obame and Pierre Mamboundou, claim to have won the most votes on Sunday. Soldiers and police have been deployed in the tense capital ahead of the result announcements. The offices of a television station owned by Mamboundou were shot at with machine guns by masked men on Wednesday, as the three candidates were gathered at a meeting convened by the electoral commission. Duration: 01:04

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China approves one-dose homegrown swine flu vaccine

China on Thursday granted approval to its first home-grown swine flu vaccine, which producer Sinovac says is effective after only one dose, as the country braces for a feared winter outbreak. Duration: 02:02.

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Brazilian President Lula speaks to AFPTV

Brazilian President Luiz Ignacio Lula da Silva, who leads Latin America's biggest and most populous nation, speaks to AFPTV about oil, Iran, and football. Duration: 02:13.

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Tears of Blood Diagnosed?

A Tenn. teen who cries tears of blood has baffled most doctors but he may be suffering from a rare condition, Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports. Harry Smith spoke with the teen and his mom.

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H1N1 Isolation Dorm

Colleges across the country set up voluntary isolation dorms in an attempt to control the spread of the H1N1 virus, Mark Strassmann reports. Harry Smith spoke with students in isolation via webcam.

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In-Depth Look - Fed Challenges

Interview and discussion with Julia Coronado of the BNP Paribas. She says recovery will be bumpy, not smooth, not v-shaped. (Bloomberg News)

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Obama To Speak Prime Time

President Obama hopes to get the health care debate on the road to recovery by making a prime time speech in front of a joint-session of Congress, reports Bill Plante. Bob Schieffer explains more.

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Family prepares for Jackson funeral

More than two months after his death, Michael Jackson will be interred in a private ceremony Thursday evening at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California

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Jaycee Reunites With Aunt

Jaycee Dugard's family begins a new bonding process, reports Bianca Solorzano who spoke to Jaycee's aunt Tina Dugard.

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LA Fires Now 28% Contained

Firefighters battling the huge blaze in California gain some grounds. The fire is now 28% contained. (Bloomberg Surveillance)

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Fed Prepares Markets For End Of Securities Purchases

The Federal Reserve tries to prepare investors for an end to the housing debt purchases. (Bloomberg News)

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Jobless Claims Remain Elevated

Economists say that the unemployment rate probably rises to 5.9% last month. (Bloomberg Surveillance)

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Dengue fever on the rise

Experts say rapid urbanisation in major cities, an increase in air travel and a lack of mosquito control is leading to an increasing number of dengue fever cases.

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In-Depth Look - SEC Watchdog Faults Agency On Madoff

Interview and discussion with Harvey Pitt of the Kalorama Partners. He says report thorough recounting of missed opportunities. (Bloomberg News)

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Falling Prices At The Pump

Future prices for gas are down 11% in the past week. (Bloomberg News)

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Derivatives Regulation

Congress now debates on how to oversee the 592 trillion dollar market. (Bloomberg News)

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Business Update- Shanghai surges

Chinese stocks surged on Thursday, pushing Asian share markets higher but uncertainty about Friday's U.S. jobs data weighed on Japan.

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Bardot For Sale

Bardot turns 75 this year. Collections of her pictures and videos are for sale. (Bloomberg News)

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Walkman Unseats iPod In Japan

Sony's Walkman unseats Apple's iPod in Japan. (Bloomberg News)

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YouTube Looks To Hollywood

YouTube looks for a possible online movie rental service. (Bloomberg News)

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Greenwich Homeowners Push Rentals

Single family home sales in Greenwich falls 40%; the number of unsold homes rise 26%. (Bloomberg News)

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Bernie Books Are A Bust

None of the books about Bernie Madoff have been hits so far. (Bloomberg News)

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Monster COO Heads To Jail

Monster Worldwide's former C.O.O. heads to jail in October. (Bloomberg News)

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Credit Suisse Exec On Sick Leave

Credit Suisse's C.E.O. undergoes to a cancer treatment, Eric Barbell temporarily takes his position. (Bloomberg News)

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Senator Schilling?

Schilling has interest in succeeding the late Senator Ted Kennedy. (Bloomberg News)

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Dalai Lama Taiwan trip not political

The Dalai Lama says there is no political agenda attached to his visit to Taiwan and that it is too early to tell if the trip will impact Taiwan-China relations.

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NHL Owners Reject Balsillie

N.H.L. says no to Balsillie's offer to buy the Phoenix's hockey team. (Bloomberg News)

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Cowboys Top Forbes Most Valuable List

Dallas Cowboys tops Forbes magazine's most valuable N.F.L. team. (Bloomberg News)

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Top Seeds Advance At Open

Roger Federer and Serena Williams breeze through their matches last night. (Bloomberg News)

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Platinum Worth Its Weight In Gold

Platinum prices up by $1,200 an ounce to $1,300 an ounce. Auto production's come back helps boost platinum's demand. (Bloomberg News)

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Alcoa Raises Consumption Forecast

Alcoa says global consumption of aluminum will fall less than expected this year. (Bloomberg News)

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Boeing Expects Favorable Ruling From WTO

Boeing expects to win a case by the W.T.O. over government loans to Airbus. (Bloomberg News)

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Dainippon Buys Sepracor For $2.6B

Dainippon agrees to buy Sepracor for $2.6 billion in cash. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - ECB Rate Decision

Interview and discussion with Julian Callow of the Barclays Capital. He shares his perspectives about European economy. (Bloomberg News)

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Cerberus May Bar Withdrawals - FT

Cerberus sets up two hedge funds. Cerberus executives say the lock up aims at avoiding a repeat of what we saw of purchases of Chrysler and GMAC. (Bloomberg News)

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Obama To Address Joint Session

President Obama to give address to joint session of congress. (Bloomberg News)

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ECB Effect On Currencies

Euro may weaken against dollar after ECB decision. (Bloomberg News)

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Chemical explosion in China

A chemical explosion in China's eastern Shandong Province has killed at least 18 people.

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Too Early For Exit Strategies - Geithner

G-20 successfully helps in ending the recession says Geithner. (Bloomberg News)

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'Uncertainty' About Recovery - Fed

Fed says it has considerable uncertainty about the pace of the economic recovery and wants to keep interest rates near zero. (Bloomberg News)

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Asian Market Check

Chinese stocks rise; South Korean economy expands; Indonesia refrains from cutting rates. (Bloomberg News)

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Mind your manners

Business is booming for finishing schools because of the recession. People are brushing up on their manners to give themselves an extra edge as the job market gets more competitive.

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Tokyo bids for Olympic gold

Tokyo says public support for its 2016 Games bid is rising, with a $4 billion war chest and a slate of sponsors awaiting the Oct. 2 decision.

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Tokyo bids for Olympic gold

Tokyo says public support for its 2016 Games bid is rising, with a $4 billion war chest and a slate of sponsors awaiting the Oct. 2 decision.

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Indonesia quake kills 46

Earthquake victims wait for help as they begin cleaning up after quake leaves at least 46 dead.

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China village lead poisoning

A village near the southwestern Chinese city of Kunming say metal processing factories have polluted their land and caused lead poisoning in their children.

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Keys to Jackson's home handed over in two weeks- Audigier

Christian Audigier, the self-made French fashion mogul close to Michael Jackson who plans to purchase his last home, said he expects to have the keys to the Los Angeles mansion in two weeks time. Audigier said he had been unable to obtain authorisation to turn the vast house into a museum as hoped, so would instead open it every June on the anniversary of Jackson's death at 50, and organise exhibits and shows. Duration: 00:30

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Ramadan soaps turn spotlight on Arab-Israeli tensions

It's an annual tradition -- the dramatic mini-series made specially for Ramadan. During the holiday month, several of the television programmes are being shown on Arab satellite television, and this year most have a similar backdrop to their dramas -- the Israeli-Arab conflict. Duration: 01:56.

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Tension rises as Gabon awaits election result

Gabon's electoral commission said a delay in announcing the outcome of the contest to become president was due a to "misunderstanding" among officials and hoped to declare results later Thursday. The result of Sunday's vote, in which three of the front-runners have already claimed victory, had been expected Wednesday, and there have been increasing signs of tension in the capital, Libreville. Duration: 01:05.

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