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Friday, September 4, 2009

In-Depth Look - Labor & Implications In The Market

Interview and discussion with Virginia Maisonneuve of the Schroder Investment. She gives her perspective about the economy and the market. (Bloomberg Surveillance)

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Security tight after China protest

Chinese soldiers lockdown the streets of Urumqi after a mass protest to ask for the resignation of the region's veteran Communist official.

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US Payroll Fall 230,000 Jobs

Unemployment rate rises to 9.5% in August, payroll falls by 230,000. (Bloomberg Surveillance)

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Toyota Import Ban

Toyota may face import ban in U.S. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - U.S. Dollars Hedge Money

Interview and discussion with the Global Head FX Strategy at Barclays Capital, David Woo. He says currency market moves away from spot market. (Bloomberg News)

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Real Estate Loss

Capmark Financials' possible collapse might bring real estate losses for banks. (Bloomberg Surveillance)

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Real Estate Loss

Capmark Financials' possible collapse might bring real estate losses for banks. (Bloomberg Surveillance)

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Controversy Over Obama's Plan To Address Students

President Obama's plan to give a televised speech to students next week outrages Republicans. (Bloomberg Surveillance)

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Arson Suspected In California Fires

Arson ruled in California wild fire that killed two fire fighters. (Bloomberg Surveillance)

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Health-Care Reform Prospects Are Good - VP Biden

Vice President Joe Biden says the economic stimulus package works and the economy is better off because of it. (Bloomberg Surveillance)

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NATO Air Strike In Afghanistan Kills 90

NATO air strike in Afghanistan kills 90 people including 40 civilians. (Bloomberg Surveillance)

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Princeton, Harvard Raise Tuition

Princeton and Harvard University tuition fees increases. (Bloomberg Surveillance)

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Labor Day Travel Expects To Drop 13% - AAA

AAA predicts weekend travel will fall from last year. (Bloomberg Surveillance)

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Significant Chance US Economy Contracts - Stiglitz

Joseph Stiglitz says the U.S. faces a chance of contracting another mass recession. (Bloomberg Surveillance)

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Sweet Spot Financial Market

Bank of America and Credit Suisse say we're in a sweet spot for financial markets. (Bloomberg Surveillance)

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Sees Prolonged Sluggish Economy - Fed's Fisher

Richard Fisher, says the U.S. economy will probably undergo an extended period of slow growth. (Bloomberg Survaillance)

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New Japan govt eyes action

Japan's incoming government plans to speed up policy decisions, focusing on economic issues.

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Michael Jackson laid to rest

Funeral services are held for Michael Jackson more than two months after his death.

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Michael Jackson laid to rest

Funeral services are held for Michael Jackson more than two months after his death.

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Business tips from the Wacky Barber

A London-based barber resorts to wacky tactics to keep ahead of the game.

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Showbiz Week- Jackson buried

The top showbiz news and headlines for the week ending September 04 including Michael Jackson buried, Disney buys Marvel, and Venice film festival begins.

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Gathering For Jackson Burial

CBS News RAW: Close friends and relatives of singer Michael Jackson, who died over 2 months ago, convened at the Forest Lawn cemetery in Glendale, Calif. for a private funeral service and burial.

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An illegal tour beneath the French capital

One of Paris' landmarks remains in the shadows, hidden beneath the city: the catacombs. Out of the hundreds of kilometres of tunnels and caverns, only a small portion is open to the public. But some people skirt the law to explore the forbidden paths. Duration: 01:48

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Ecstasy on ice

The hot months are winding down, but on these last steamy days cooling down with an ice-cream cone is still a pleasure. The Mexican town of Dolores Hidalgo is getting creative and putting a new spin on the summer favourite. Duration: 01:50

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Baseball To Real Estate

Analysis and discussion with the Co-Founder of Omni New York Mo Vaughn. He talks about his real-estate development company, housing crisis and affordable housing. (Venture)

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Wells Fargo's Customers First

Analysis and discussion with the CEO of Wells Fargo John Stumpf. He says there is only one way to thrive in the future by using money to make good loans and do as much business as possible with every customer. (For The Record)

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Republicans More Buoyant

Republicans come out of the locker room more buoyant than they went into it and they no longer feel like they sink like a rock. (Political Capital)

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Congress Back To Work

Congress returns to take on Health Care in Washington while political campaigns get underway in New Jersey and Virginia. (Political Capital)

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In Search For A Bigger Voice

Analysis and discussion with the President of Teamsters James Hoffa. He says they work hard on legislation and they work hard to get their numbers up and a dream of having a good union contract for more Americans everyday. (Political Capital)

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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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Summer At The Movies

Analysis and discussion with the President of Hollywood.Com Paul Dergarabedian. He talks about the impressive movie industry and the biggest revenue-generating summer ever with the 11th highest in terms of attendance. (Taking Stock)

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Emerging Market Bonds

Many of the emerging market countries, particularly in Latin America and Asia do not have the same level of leverage in their banking system. (Taking Stock)

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From Russia With Caution

As oil prices go, Russian stock market goes. (Taking Stock)

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Evening News Online, 09.04.09

Friday: The growing U.S. unemployment rate leaves jobless nationwide to resort to drastic measures; Also, social conservatives outraged over a White House staffer's remarks.

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Outlook For Oil Prices

Oil falls as unemployment rises. (Taking Stock)

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U.S. Stocks Rise

U.S. stocks rise even the nation lost 216,000 jobs in August. (Taking Stock)

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Broadway's Unique Childcare Challenges

Affordable quality childcare options are a concern for many parents. For those who work on Broadway, their options are even more limited.

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Finding a Foster Family

A 17-year-old boy who needed a foster home took matters into his own hands, writing an application letter to prospective families. Steve Hartman reports on a technique that worked.

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Obama's Reform Goes Prime Time

Jeff Glor speaks with "Face The Nation" host Bob Schieffer about President Obama's crucial upcoming televised prime-time congressional address on health care reform.

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Honoring a Fallen Hero

Two weeks after Joshua Bernard lost his life when a news crew traveling with a Marine unit was caught in a Taliban ambush, fellow Marines paused on the battlefield in his honor. Jeff Glor reports.

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Job losses down, but jobless rate up

Job losses eased in August, but the US jobless rate rose to 9.7%, and a gauge tracking the underemployed hits a record high.

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W.H. Adviser Sparks Outrage

Conservatives are outraged by remarks made by White House "green jobs" adviser Van Jones. Bill Plante reports on the controversy.

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Job Market Leveling Off

After the credit crisis erupted last September, monthly job losses quickly deepened hitting a low of 700,000. But as Anthony Mason reports, they've now returned to levels before the panic.

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12 Days, No Government

With Rhode Island suffering from their unemployment rate and plummeting tax revenues, the governor will shut down the government for 12 days. Jeff Glor reports on how states are cutting expenses.

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Civilians Caught in Crossfire

A U.S. air strike aimed at a group of Taliban fighters resulted in the deaths of Afghan civilians. Elizabeth Palmer reports on the resulting pressure put on America's top commander in Afghanistan.

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Signs of recovery at IFA fair

Berlin's annual consumer electronics fair sends cautious signal that the electronics industry is coming out of the worst. Innovations is this year's buzz word.

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Business Update- Stocks up despite jobless rate

U.S. stocks finished a down week on an up note as investors shrugged off news that the jobless rate hit a 26-year high.

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US eases travel curbs for Cuba

The US have given the green light to Cuban Americans, allowing unlimited travel to Cuba to visit family members.

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Afghan graduate doctors struggle to find work

Thousands of graduates across Afghanistan are facing up to the bleak prospect of unemployment. Even doctors and dentists are struggling to find work in their fields, and many will have to leave their chosen profession to support their families. Duration:01:50

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NATO airstrike hits fuel truck in Afghanistan

An airstrike carried out by the NATO force in Afghanistan targeted a fuel tanker hijacked by Taliban insurgents causing dozens of casualties on Friday. Wounded people with horrific burns crowded a hospital in Kunduz, the capital in the northern province which lies on a main supply line for the more than 100,000 foreign troops based in Afghanistan. Duration: 01:23

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Gabonese opposition denounce "electoral coup d'etat"

Opposition parties have been reacting to the election of Ali Bongo as the president of Gabon, as police moved to quell unrest in Libreville after the release of disputed election results. Ali Bongo -- the son of the late president Omar Bongo Ondimba -- won a comfortable victory with nearly 42 percent of the votes. Duration: 00:59

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Fashion mogul Christian Audigier sets out to conquer his native

Self-made fashion mogul Christian Audigier, who made a quarter of a billion dollars in the US by designing for Von Dutch, Diesel and many others, is returning to his native France with a new collection, hoping to conquer the fashion capital Paris. Duration: 01:27

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McDonald's happy meal in France

McDonald's, the global face of fast food and bete noire of health nuts everywhere, is celebrating 30 years of Happy Meals in France. Contrary to all expectations, its burgers-and-fries combo has been a hit with French diners, because the corporation has been savvy in fashioning a customised offer for Gallic tastes. Duration: 02:20

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Abbas- Israel's actions "unacceptable"

Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas said Thursday that there would be no progress on the peace process until Israel stops its settlement building on the West Bank. Abbas, who was in Paris for talks with French president Nicolas Sarkozy, called Israeli actions "unacceptable" after it emerged that Tel Aviv would approve plans to construct hundreds more homes in the disputed region. Duration:01:17

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Pasta with Beans and Mussels

Mark Bittman cooks a dish that can be found in the villages south of Naples, pasta with beans and mussels.

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NYC's garment district under threat

As city officials consider changing zoning laws, designers and manufacturers worry they'll be priced out of New York's historic Garment District.

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After the air strike

A NATO air strike in Afghanistan that may have caused numerous civilian casualties could complicate U.S. President Barack Obama's strategy for the war.

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Look Ahead- Week of 9-7-09

This week, Pres. Obama goes to Capitol Hill to try to resusicitate his health care bill, the Senate postpones climate change legislation and Massachussets decides what to do with Ted Kennedy's senate seat.

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Notebook- Yoga School

Yoga enthusiasts are at odds with lawmakers over whether schools for yoga teachers should be treated like other vocational programs. Katie Couric says that a compromise shouldn't be much of a stretch.

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Showbiz Week

The top showbiz news and headlines for the week ending September 4, including Michael Jackson buried.

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Market Close 9.4

S&P Rises 1.3%; Dow Rises 1%; Nasdaq Rises 1.8%; Industrials Best Performer of the Day; Apple Shares Rise Ahead of Next Week's Event, May Reveal New Product; Abercrombie & Fitch Cut to "Sell", Shares Fall 2.6% (Bloomberg News)

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The Wildcard- Bridal Finger

On this edition of "The Wildcard," featuring the weirdest and wildest headlines from the past week, a jewelry store ad gives its customers the finger, in a unique way.

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Inside Look - Leaders in Women's Tennis

Live! From U.S. Open in Flushing, NY: Interview with WTA Chairman/CEO Stacey Allaster (Bloomberg News)

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Brave new chapter for author Atwood

The Booker Prize winning author Margaret Atwood enters new territory to promote her new novel The Year of The Flood

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Soy Milk

Learn about Soy Milk and other milk alternatives. We talk to a fifth generation dairy farmer about the benefits of soy milk, and what milk products to drink if you have allergies or are lactose intolerant.

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Matilda, Algonquin Hotel Cat

It is Matilda's sixtieth birthday party, and the Algonquin is throwing a large celebration where all the proceeds go to charity.

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'Taking Woodstock'

We catch up with Liev Schreiber to talk about the making of 'Taking Woodstock', as well as what it was like for him to dress as a woman for this unique role.We catch up with Liev Schreiber to talk about the making of 'Taking Woodstock', as well as what it was like for him to dress as a woman for this unique roll.

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Window Boxes 101

Get a few ideas about how to beautify your yard and house with homemade window boxes.

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Survey Says - Speculators Dominate Interest in Oil Futures

Interview with Amy Myers Jaffe of Rice University Baker Institute (Bloomberg News)

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Market Outlook - No Recovery Until Jobs are Created

Optimistic Outlook? - Interview with Delphi Management President Scott Black (Bloomberg News)

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Madonna visits city of Petra

Pop star Madonna stops by the rock engraved city of Petra in Jordan, and visits the grave of a Kabbalist Rabbi in Northern Israel.

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Brave new chapter for author Atwood

The Booker Prize winning author Margaret Atwood is entering new territory to promote her new novel The Year of The Flood - blogging, tweeting and launching what she hopes will be the 'greenest' book tour ever.

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Spotlight - Tennis Channel

Tuning Into Tennis Channel - Live! From U.S. Open in Flushing, NY: Interview with CEO Ken Solomon (Bloomberg News)

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Homemade Ice Cream

Take a tip from us and learn how to make homemade ice cream without any expensive machines or ice cream mixes. It is easy, fast, inexpensive; and delicious.

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Hair Rules

A. Dickey gives us a lesson on catering to your hair's unique style. He talks about Hair Rules, a line of products that covers various hair types, and tells us a little about revitalizing damaged locks.

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More Perspective - Rhode Island's Financial Crisis

Interview with Rhode Island AFSCME Council 94 Acting Executive Director Joseph Peckham (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - How to Pay for Climate Change

Interview with Copenhagen Consensus Center Director Bjorn Lomborg (Bloomberg News)

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911- Invitation to a Murder

The 911 Call: Listen to excerpts of Mark Winger's call to police.

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Update - Boeing vs. Airbus

WTO Rules in Favor of Boeing, Faults Airbus for Aid Towards A380 Project (Bloomberg News)

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Business Update- G20's support call

The G20 will promise this weekend to keep economic support packages in place until an economic recovery is certain.

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Business Update- Jobless rate at 26-yr high

The U.S. unemployment rate unexpectedly jumped to 9.7 in August. but job cuts were the smallest in a year, the Labor Department revealed on Friday.

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U.S. jobless rate at 26-yr peak

The U.S. unemployment rate unexpectedly jumped to 9.7 in August. but job cuts were the smallest in a year, the Labor Department revealed on Friday.

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War children retrace WW2 escape

The surviving children from among 600 rescued from Czechoskolakia at the start of World War Two by a British diplomat have retraced their journey to London.

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In-Depth Look - Harvard and Princeton Tuition Escalate

What Recession? - Tuition Costs Rocket at Harvard and Princeton (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - The Business of Tennis

Live! From U.S. Open in Flushing, NY: Interview with Fernando Soler, IMG's Head of Tennis (Bloomberg News)

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More Perspective - Jobs Report

Live! From the White House: Interview with Obama Senior Economic Adviser Austan Goolsbee (Bloomberg News)

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Employment Outlook - Job Figures "Humbling"

Inside the Jobs Report - Analysis and Discussion with Roger Kubarych of U.S. Council on Foreign Relations (Bloomberg News)

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Friday Grill- Priya David

Adam "The Audience Guy" grills correspondent Priya David on her new job in Portland, Ore., her engagement and Chris Wragge's hair.

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Week Ahead- Obama's health care pitch

U.S. President Barack Obama heads to Capitol Hill to deliver a key address on health care.

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Inside Look - Rhode Island's Financial Crisis

Interview with Gary Sasse, Director of Rhode Island Dept. of Administration (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Revisiting Healthcare Reform

Analysis and Discussion with Uwe Reinhardt of Princeton University (Bloomberg News)

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Cage talks drugs in Venice

Nicolas Cage is given the chance to re-experience his days when he dabbled in drugs acting in his latest film, "Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans".

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Currency Outlook - Dollar at a Crossroads

Roundtable Discussion with Adam Boyton of Deutsche Bank and Vassilli Serebriakov of Wells Fargo; Featuring a Special Announcement from Vice President Joe Biden About Stimulus Plan (Bloomberg News)

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Tiger's swim to freedom

A tiger that was caught terrorising villagers in eastern India is released back into the wild.

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Jackson family attend private dinner

Friends and family of Michael Jackson celebrate the pop singer's life at a private dinner

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Gemany's new rock generation

The latest act on the German rock music scene, and they're all over sixty.

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Aftermath of Afghan tanker airstrike

The smouldering wreckage of hijacked fuel tankers bombed by NATO planes is at the centre of claims that the airstrike killed many civilians.

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Timor Sea oil spill afflicts sea life

An oil sick around 130 kilometres off Australia's coast is harming sea turtles and snakes, say fishermen.

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Snow leopard unveiled in Japan

A newly born snow leopard struggles to muster a growl as it is presented to the public at Tama zoo on the outskirts of Tokyo, Japan.

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Gabon curfew after poll protests

Security in Gabon is tight after protests against the election result on Thursday (Sep 3) which saw Ali Ben Bongo succeed his father as president.

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Economic Expectations - There are No Guarantees in Oversight

Analysis and Discussion with UC-Berkeley Professor Barry Eichengreen (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - One Year Anniversary of "The Pickens Plan"

Interview with BP Chairman T. Boone Pickens (Bloomberg News)

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Update - U.S. Open

Live! Coverage from Flushing, NY: 60K People Attended U.S. Open Opening Day; $675 Expected to Attend U.S. Open Over Next Two Weeks; $25K Luxury Suites are Sold Out (Bloomberg News)

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Update - U.S. Open

Live! Coverage from Flushing, NY: 60K People Attended U.S. Open Opening Day; $675 Expected to Attend U.S. Open Over Next Two Weeks; $25K Luxury Suites are Sold Out (Bloomberg News)

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End of Summer Cocktails

Harry Smith and Maggie Rodriguez sip a few nifty end of summer cocktails and "mocktails" just in time for the holiday weekend.

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Inside Look - "Never Make the First Offer"

Interview with Tennis of Hall-of-Famer Donald Dell (Bloomberg News)

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Ask it Early- Credit Card Theft

Ray Martin has five tips you need to know to help prevent credit card fraud.

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Garrido Crimes Traced Back

Philip Garrido, who kidnapped Jaycee Dugard for 18 years, was able to strike again and again due to a series of lucky breaks, reports John Blackstone.

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In-Depth Look - Jobless Rate Jumps To 9.7%

Interview and discussion with the White House Chief Economist, Christina Romer. She talks about the 9.7% unemployment rate. (Bloomberg Surveillance)

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In-Depth Look - Housing Market

Interview and discussion with Michelle Meyer of the Barclays Capital. She says the housing recovery is in place. (Bloomberg Surveillance)

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Tips For Parents To Fight Predators

Erin Runnion, a mom who lost her daughter forever to a predator tells Harry Smith how parents can help protect their kids and teach kids how to be vigilant.

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Market Open 9.4

Stocks are set to kick off higher. (Bloomberg Surveillance)

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Late-Summer Lawn Care

Master Gardener William Moss showed Harry Smith how to keep your lawn green and lush in the fall months.

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Must-Have Fall Fashion

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with People Style Watch's Lori Bergamotto about the hottest trends in fashion for fall.

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In-Depth Look - US Payroll

Interview and discussion with the Senior Vice President of PIMCO, Tony Crescenzi. He talks about the jobless rate data. He says the key ingredient for economic recovery is still 'absent'. (Bloomberg News)

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Look Before You Sip

A Fla. man took a gulp from a Diet Pepsi can and got more than just soda. A frog or toad somehow made it into the can of soda. His Wife spoke with Maggie Rodriguez.

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A poignant farewell to the "King of Pop"

Michael Jackson has been laid to rest in a glittering gold coffin adorned with a crown after family and friends saluted the tragic "King of Pop" in a final farewell. More than two months after the singer died from a drug overdose mourners gathered to bury Jackson in a cemetry in Glendale, California. Duration: 01:40

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Holiday Travel 'Lighter'

This Labor Day weekend may yield last minute deals as light travel is expected with the later holiday, reports Terrell Brown.

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In-Depth Look - US Jobless Rate

Interview and discussion with David Rosenberg of the Glutskin Sheff. He gives his perspective regarding the unemployment rate we are seeing. (Bloomberg Surveillance)

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Business Update- Asia mixed

Asian share markets were cautious ahead of a U.S. payroll report while a spike in gold prices benefitted Australian miners and the Aussie dollar.

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H1N1- Who is Most Vulnerable?

A new study shows that severe H1N1 cases have been most prevalent among children and not toddlers. Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports.

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In-Depth Look - Unemployment Consensus

Interview and discussion with Gluskin Shelf's Chief Economist, David Rosenberg. He sees unemployment rate at 9.5% to 9.6%. (Bloomberg News)

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Greek poll raises economy fears

Analysts and business owners voice concerns over whether the next incoming government will implement crucial economic reforms.

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Obama Aims Speech at Students

President Obama will make an address aimed at school children but some schools refuse to show student the speech. Bill Plante reports.

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Jaycee's Joyous Reunion

Harry Smith spoke with The Orange County Register's Greg Hardesty about his interview with Jaycee Dugard's aunt and their family reunion.

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Jaycee's Homecoming Details

Exclusive: Jaycee Dugard's aunt Tina Dugard spoke to The Orange County Register about Jaycee's joyous reunion with her family.

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Jeff Gets the Boot

Big Brother host Julie Chen spoke with newly evicted house guest Jeff about his time in the house.

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Jackson Laid to Rest

Michael Jackson's body was laid to rest in Glendale, Calif. during a private ceremony with family and celebrity friends, Ben Tracy Reports. Attorney Thomas Mesereau, Jr. described the ceremony.

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Many dead in NATO Afghan blast

NATO carries out an air strike to destroy two fuel tankers hijacked by the Taliban and locals claims civilians were caught in the explosion.

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In-Depth Look - Double Dip Recession

Interview and discussion with Neal Soss of the Credit Suisse. He gives his thoughts about the unemployment rate numbers. He says the labor market typically a lagging indicator. (Bloomberg Surveillance)

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City pig faces diet after good life

An enormous pampered pig leading a luxurious life in China's capital enjoys an expensive diet, its own room and even two 'personal' nannies to attend to its every need.

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Japan's "E.T." first family

Japan's next prime minister, Yukio Hatoyama, may be nicknamed "the alien", but his wife, Miyuki, claims her own "E.T." experience.

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Indonesia quake deaths hit 57

Indonesia's death toll from the quake rises as rescuers struggle to dig through rubble in search for over 40 people missing.

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In-Depth Look - Unemployment Data

Interview and discussion with the Chief Economist at Wells Fargo Securities. He says labor pool declines driven by discouraged workers. (Bloomberg Surveillance)

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Sea Lions Starving To Death In Chile

Chile sea lions are dying due to El Nino. (Bloomberg Surveillance)

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Rhode Island To Lay Off 1,000 Workers

Rhode island Governor to lay off a thousand state workers after a judge blocked them from shutting down the government to save money. (Bloomberg News)

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Cow Urine Extract Swine Flu Remedy In India

People in India extract urine from cow to produce remedy for swine flu. (Bloomberg Surveillance)

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Detailed Study Of Swine Flu

The outbreak that kills a student finds to be different to the ordinary flu. (Bloomberg News)

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S.Korea anger over North's uranium

South Korea voices their dismay over the North's announcement it is in the final stages of uranium enrichment.

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In-Depth Look - Health Care, Climate Change Debate

Interview and discussion with the Director of Research in Concept Capital, Anne Mathias. She shares his insights about the health-care reform and the climate debate in congress. (Bloomberg Surveillance)

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Business Update- Asia mixed

Asian share markets were cautious ahead of a U.S. payroll report while a spike in gold prices benefited Australian miners and the Aussie dollar.

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Cartier eyes China gold

Luxury brand Cartier says the number of stores in China could nearly double within years.

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