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Monday, September 14, 2009

Rich Dad Poor Dad

Robert Kiyosaki's first book that is translated into 51 languages and it has sold more than 27 million copies. (Asia Confidential)

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Kabul Embassy Pics Fallout

A hearing has been held over the recently-leaked photos which reveal allegedly lewd behavior by employees hired to provide security for the U.S. Embassy in Kabul. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Asia In A Sweet Spot

Deutsche Bank says Asia is in a sweet spot and its shares continue to outperform. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Pakistan Undervalued

Pakistan's inflation rate at 20-month low interest rate cuts expected. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Superheroes, here we come!

There is a superhero inside each one of us, ready to save the world. That's the positive message promoted by Superheroes Anonymous, an American group of costumed do-gooders. Duration: 01:36

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Obama lashes out at Wall Street

President Barack Obama bluntly warned Monday that some Wall Street bosses were ignoring lessons of the financial crisis, as he demanded a new age of prudence after bloated years of unchecked excess. Duration: 00:53

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Exclusive- Treasury Sec. Geithner

CBS News Exclusive: In a special full-length interview, Katie Couric speaks with U.S. Secretary of Treasury Timothy Geithner about the current state of the economy and the future of Wall Street.

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Hot Asia Markets

Analysis and discussion with the Strategist of Fox-Pitt Kelton Asia-Pacific Mark Matthews. He says buy Asian markets with local buying interest and support. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Life After Lehman

In Asia, a year after Lehman's collapse, thousands of Asia's retail investors paid dearly for betting on the stability of Lehman Brothers. (The Trade)

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Evening News Online, 09.14.09

Monday: President Obama travels to Wall Street and advises caution to investors; Plus, an exclusive interview with U.S. Treasury Sec. Timothy Geithner; Also, murder at Yale University.

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Business At StanChart

Analysis and discussion with CLSA Analyst Daniel Tabbush. He says Asian banks head for calmer water. (The Trade)

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Goldman Sees Silly September For Forex Market

Yen is in its seventh-month high against the dollar and it gains 7% against the greenback and 6% against the pound since April. (The Trade)

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Las Vegas Casino Shares Rise On Macau Outlook

Associate Portfolio Manager of GAMCO Investors Lawrence Haverty says now is the time to sell stock. (The Trade)

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Singapore's Hot Home Sales

Home sales hit 10, 000 units in the first seven months of the year which is more than double the entire 2008. (The Trade)

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China To File Complaint

China demands talks with U.S. and files complaint to World Trade Organization over U.S. tire tariffs. (The Trade)

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Telstra To Split

The government says Telstra needs to split its business to increase competition in telecommunications market in Australia. (The Trade)

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Japanese Exports Up

Canon leads the gains in Japanese exports and Honda is up 1.6%. (The Trade)

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NYC Terror Plot Uncovered

FBI officials claim that they have foiled an alleged terrorist plot in the New York City borough of Queens. Katie Couric speaks with CBS News' Bob Orr about the latest developments in this case.

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An Interview with President Obama

John Harwood of The New York Times and CNBC interviews President Barack Obama about the United State economy, his health care plan and the war in Afghanistan.

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Patrick Swayze Dead

Actor Patrick Swayze has died, losing his two-year battle with pancreatic cancer. The 57-year-old is remembered for his famous role in 'Dirty Dancing.' Sandra Hughes reports on the life of the influential icon.

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Sarkozy's 'Small' Problem

Nicholas Sarkozy is known for his strong temperament but, as Mark Phillips reports, the French president is also known for his relatively small physical stature, drawing comparisons to Napoleon.

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Yale Murder Investigation

Law enforcement officials say they have discovered the body of 24-year-old Yale University student Annie Le. As Randall Pinkston reports, police believe that Le was murdered by an acquaintance.

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Credit Market Mayhem

While there may be some indications of an economic rebound, CBS News business correspondent Anthony Mason reports banks and creditors still face perilous times ahead.

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Critics' Picks- 'Safe'

A.O. Scott reviews Todd Haynes' 1995 film about a California woman's descent into either illness or madness.

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Geithner's Financial Vision

CBS News Exclusive: Katie Couric speaks with U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner about the rebuilding and restructuring of Wall Street, one year after the crippling demise of Lehman Brothers.

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Obama Warns Wall Street

On the one-year anniversary of the collapse of finance giant Lehman Brothers, President Obama delivered a special address to Wall Street, urging financers to avoid reckless behavior. Chip Reid reports.

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Business Update- Talk of reform

On Wall Street - talk of financial regulatory reform by President Barack Obama did little to move the markets either way.

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Filmmaker likens Wall Street to mob

Michael Moore predicts there will be an investigation into alleged misconduct by Wall Street giant Goldman Sachs

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U.S. forces raid Taliban stronghold

U.S. forces moved into the town of Babo Kheyl in eastern Afghanistan on Saturday -- their first raid of the known Taliban stronghold in seven months.

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Video Trail MIx- We're All Czars Here

Barack Obama has been getting flack for all of the czars he has appointed, but he's certainly not the first president to use them. CQ Politics blogger and MSNBC contributor Craig Crawford weighs the pros and cons of having czars in the White House.

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Obama's Wall Street Challenge

President Barack Obama Speaks Exclusively to Bloomberg Television After Today's Speech at Federal Hall in New York [FULL INTERVIEW - 14:41] (Bloomberg News)

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Stallone talks about the ups and downs of Hollywood

Sylvester Stallone, who was at the Venice film festival to be honored for his contribution to modern cinema, talked about the rocky road of his movie career.

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Obama's message to Wall Street

On the anniversary of the collapse of Lehman Brothers, President Obama traveled to Wall Street to push for sweeping regulatory changes.

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Protestors target Carolina Herrera

Anti-fur protestors target Carolina Herrera at New York Fashion Week as the designer unveils her collection for Spring 2010.

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Talk of the Town- Kanye West controversy

The day's top showbiz news and headlines including Kanye West steals the limelight at VMAs, Elton John can't adopt Ukrainian boy, and Jay Leno prepares for new show.

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German politician in emergency landing

Germany's Social Democrat (SPD) leader Franz Muentefering escapes unharmed from an emergency landing at Stuttgart airport, while on his way to an election rally.

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Women die in Pakistan food stampede

Eighteen Pakistani women and children have been killed in a stampede to get free ood in the Pakistiani city of Karachi.

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IED shown exploding on Afghan road

Apache gunships with the 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, TF Pegasus, watched as insurgents tried to place an improvised explosive device on a road in southern Afghanistan.

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Spotlight - British Airways

Airlines & The Recovery - Interview with British Airways North America Executive VP Simon Talling-Smith (Taking Stock)

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WW2-era's Vera Lynn tops UK charts

British singer Vera Lynn's World War Two chorus 'We'll meet Again' is part of a nostalgic album of her songs topping the album charts 70 years later.

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Amanda Knox back in court

American student Amanda Knox and her former Italian boyfriend return to court in the trial in Italy where they stand accused of murdering British student Meredith Kercher.

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New-mom Clijsters wins U.S. Open

Kim Clijsters crowns her comeback to competitive tennis, winning the U.S. Open with her toddler daughter Jada looking on.

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Explosive concert in Paris

The St Cloud park near Paris stages Europe's longest firework extravaganza as three-and-a-half tonnes of explosives - and one pianist - go up in smoke.

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A life-saving skill for Bangladeshis

Australian lifeguards pass on skills to swim instructors in Bangladesh, where swimming can mean the difference between life and death for many children in the flood-prone country.

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Spotlight - Isis Pharmaceuticals

Interview with CFO Lynne Parshall (Taking Stock)

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Notebook- Watching Wall Street

As Pres. Obama delivers a special speech in New York on the one-year-anniversary of the devastating Lehman Bros. collapse, Katie Couric notes that Wall Street must not repeat their mistakes.

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US - China trade rift

Trade tensions between the US and China intensify after the US plans to slap tariffs on Chinese tires.

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In-Depth Look - Major Trade War Brewing?

Trade Dispute Looms; Obama's China Tariffs May Be Prelude to Opening Trade (Bloomberg News)

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M&A News - Deutsche Telekom Buying Sprint?

Sprint-Nextel Jumps on Takeover Speculation (Bloomberg News)

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M&A News - Deutsche Telekom Buying Sprint?

Sprint-Nextel Jumps on Takeover Speculation (Bloomberg News)

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African runner-up Mr Switzerland

An African immigrant has taken second place in Mr Switzerland 2009, blazing a path for ethnic minorities.

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Bangkok's luxury sale

Owners of luxury items from cars to handbags put up goods for sale in a Bangkok market called "The Market of the Formerly Rich".

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Japan's next PM

Yukio Hatoyama prepares to become Japan's next prime minister

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Deadly fire at Kazakh drug clinic

A fire at a clinic for drug addicts in southeastern Kazakhstan has killed 38 people.

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HK elevator accident kills 6

A construction platform inside an elevator shaft collapsed, sending six workers to their deaths in a Hong Kong skyscraper.

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Market Close 9.14

All Three Major Indexes Each Rise Less Than 1%; S&P Hits Yearly High, GE Nears Yearly High as Well; Coca-Cola CEO Remains Optimistic Amid Difficult Operating Environment; Banking Stocks Buck Regulation Talk; Sprint-Nextel Shares Rise 10% on Emerging Takeover Talk Rumors (Bloomberg News)

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Alex and Simon- Q and A

The Real Housewives of New York City stars join us to answer a few questions about how well they know each other.

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Music Together

Get the scoop on Sugar Ray's new album; Music for Cougars. And find out where the band has been over the last few years.

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Dining Out and Staying Healthy

These tips will lead you to eating better when you choose to go dining out.

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Consumer Debt

Freedom debt joins us to talk about what to look out for in terms of predatory lending.

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Uganda police criticised over riots

A human rights group are condemning police violence following rioting last week in Uganda.

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Israel family's double pilot tragedy

The son of an Israeli astronaut who died in the Columbia shuttle disaster has died after crashing his fighter jet during a training flight in the West Bank.

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U.S. seeks peace talks in Israel

America's envoy to the Middle East is in Jerusalem to try and reach an agreement with the Israelis over settlements in the West Bank.

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African runner-up Mr Switzerland

An African immigrant has taken second place in Mr Switzerland 2009, blazing a path for ethnic minorities.

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African runner-up Mr Switzerland

An African immigrant has taken second place in Mr Switzerland 2009, blazing a path for ethnic minorities.

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In-Depth Look - Bank of America Still Under Fire

Judge Kills SEC/BofA Settlement, Wants SEC to Target Executives After SEC Investigated Bank of America on Disclosure to Shareholders; New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo Prepares to Charge Bank of America (Bloomberg News)

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A Designer Reinvents Himself

Despite current economic conditions designer Isaac Mizrahi continues to reinvent himself.

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More Insight - The Need for Financial Reform

Interview with Biden Chief Economic Adviser Jared Bernstein (Bloomberg News)

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Generation in Debt

The US debt is expected to rise by $9 trillion dollars over the next decade and young people are worried they may not be able to afford the American Dream. Kayvon Afshari reports.

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Wall Street's "Complacency"

In his address on Wall Street, President Obama warned against returning to reckless behavior that nearly collapsed the economy.

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Special Reports - Green Shoots in Bankland

Certain Community Banks Defying Recession with Successful Startups Amid Many Others Being Acquired by Bigger Banks (Bloomberg News)

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Parent's Reality

Alex and Simon from the Real House Wives of New York tell us about their decision to write a parenting book, and what filming a reality TV show was like for their family.

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Best Sleep Ever

There is nothing more frustrating than tossing and turning all night. Join us to find out the things you can do around the bedroom to make sure you have a haven for sleep, where you can wake up each morning refreshed.

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Next Food Network Star

Melissa d'Arabian shows us how to make a dinner for four, for under ten dollars. Then, we take a look at her rise to fame on Food Network.

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Plasma Windows

Fill up those blank TV screens with a new living room centerpiece.

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Venice Film Festival concludes

Director Samuel Maoz wins Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival for his war drama, Lebenon

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Business Update- Lehman anniversary

President Obama laid out his ideas for financial regulatory reform on the one-year anniversary of the collapse of Lehman Brothers.

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King of French porn looks back

The king of French porn, Marc Dorcel, talks about the X-rated business which he's known for 40 years, changing tastes and the role of women in adult flicks. Duration: 01:37

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Another Look - Obama's Call for Regulatory Reform

Interview with Michael Oxley, Current Vice Chairman of Nasdaq OMX Group, Former Congressman (R) of Ohio, and Co-Author of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (Bloomberg News)

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Loaded- HD phone calls

Sprint may be acquired by Deutsche Telekom, a new Japanese robot can help get your grandparents into shape, and what in the world is an HD phone call?

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Market Outlook - Although Bounce to Come, No Recovery Yet

Global Economic Expectations - Analysis and Discussion Jay Bryson of Wells Fargo Securities (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Leno on the Line

A Special Report - Leno Hits Primetime Starting Tonight; NBC Operating Margins Lead at GE Despite Taking Up Only 9% of GE's Revenue; Will Leno Be Must-See-TV; Will Punch Lines Boost the Bottom Line? (Bloomberg News)

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Steam train crash in Germany

52 people were injured - four of them seriously - when two historic trains collided near Dresden in eastern Germany.

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Early Backstage- Bacon Bit

Gourmet magazine's Doc Walloughby gave Adam "The Audience Guy" some facts about the famous breakfast staple, bacon.

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South Africans demand more from Zuma

Many South Africans from various slums came out in July to demand for better housing, jobs and service from the government.

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Spotlight - General Motors

The "New" GM - Interview with GM Vice Chairman Bob Lutz (Bloomberg News)

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Iraqi shoe thrower 'free soon'

Family and friends of the man jailed for hurling his shoes at George W. Bush in Iraq prepare to celebrate his release from jail.

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Inca mummies donated to Peru

Anonymous donor gives mummies to Peruvian cultural authorities.

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Press freedom protest in Hong Kong

Journalists in Hong Kong stage a rare demonstration against Chinese authorities over the treatment they say some of them received covering recent protests in Urumqi.

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Caution- Man eating spiders

A man in India is turning heads - and stomachs - snacking on spiders.

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Mortars hit Mogadishu hospital

Shells kill disabled patients during Ramadan violence.

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Vietnam remains return to U.S.

The remains of two Americans killed during the Vietnam War are sent home for identification.

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Clashes after Hamburg street party

Clashes erupt between left-wing demonstrators and police after street festival in Hamburg.

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Peres leaves hospital

Israeli President Shimon Peres is released from hospital after he collapsed during a public event.

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Obama takes healthcare plan on the road

As tens of thousands of protesters marched through Washington, D.C. to oppose big government spending, President Barack Obama continued to pitch his plan for healthcare reform in Minneapolis.

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Cuban Vice President Almeida dies

Cuba's state media reported the Vice President of Cuba and one of the original leaders of the Cuban revolution Juan Almedia has died.

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Horse play in a dog's life

Friendship between a dog and a horse has become the talk of Trichy in India's southern state of Tamil Nadu.

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Maldives cllimate plea

Maldivian President calls on world leaders to reach an agreement to counter climate change saying the problem in the Maldives is a snapshot of what will happen in low lying areas in the world.

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Warhol paintings stolen

Police in Los Angeles say Andy Warhol paintings worth millions of dollars have been stolen from the home of a local businessman.

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In-Depth Look - Price of Tirade

Serena Williams Has Outburst on Court Upon Losing at U.S. Open, Makes No Apologies for Behavior (Bloomberg News)

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Germany's Opel fix draws fire

Britain and Belgium urge the European Commission to ensure the takeover of carmaker Opel does not favour German workers after Berlin pledged 4.5 billion euros in aid.

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Economic Expectations - Reform Will Happen

Live! From Federal Hall in New York, NY: Interview with White House Council of Economic Advisers Chairwoman Christina Romer (Bloomberg News)

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More Perspective - Obama's Call for Regulatory Reform

Live! From Federal Hall in New York, NY: Interview with Financial Services Forum President Rob Nichols (Bloomberg News)

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More Perspective - Obama's Call for Regulatory Reform

Live! From Federal Hall in New York, NY: Interview with Financial Services Forum President Rob Nichols (Bloomberg News)

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Organic products boom in Poland

Across central Europe, the demand for organic products is rising. The industry is still a long way off from the boom in Germany, France and Britian, but as AFPTV found in Warsaw, "organic" signs are cropping up in specialty shops and even general supermarkets. Duration: 01:36

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Iraqis unable to observe Ramadan after suicide blast

For Iraqis trying to pick up the pieces after a devastasting suicide bombing, there can be no observation of the holy month of Ramadan. Duration: 01:37

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Versailles returns to modern art's cutting edge

The royal palace of Versailles secures its place as a major new exhibition space for modern art on Sunday with the official opening of a show by French artist Xavier Veilhan. Duration: 02:11

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EU meets defiant Mugabe over Zimbabwe sanctions

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe welcomed a high-level EU delegation on Saturday as Brussels and Harare began their first talks in seven years in a bid to ease diplomatic tensions. Duration: 00:32.

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'Lebanon' by Samuel Maoz wins Golden Lion

Lebanon by Israeli Samuel Maoz, the story of the first Lebanon war told from inside an Israeli tank, won the Golden Lion at the Venice film festival Saturday. Duration: 01:29

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With gay drama, Tom Ford makes foray into film

Tom Ford's first film, "A Single Man", the story of a gay professor mourning his longtime partner, won the unofficial Queer Golden Lion for gay-themed movies at the Venice film festival. Starring Colin Firth and Julianne Moore, "A Single Man" is the first film by the 48-year-old fashion designer. Duration: 01:40.

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Harrison Ford at Deauville film festival

At the Deauville film festival dedicated to US cinema, guest of honour Harrison Ford -- the star of the global blockbuster "Star Wars" and "Indiana Jones" series -- confessed that he had no particular interest in science fiction, nor in going to the movies these days. Duration: 00:53

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Tens of thousands rally against Obama government

Tens of thousands of people marched from the shadow of the White House to the footsteps of the US Capitol Saturday to protest against President Barack Obama and his "big government" policies. Duration: 01:14

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Political is personal, with Venice filmfest winners

Israeli director Samuel Maoz and Iran's Shirin Neshat describe their hopes of how their films, which took the top prizes at the Venice film festival this weekend, may change other lives. Duration: 01:04

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Bin Laden says US support for Israel prompted 9/11

Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden told Americans in a new message on Sunday that their support for Israel had prompted him to launch the September 11, 2001 attacks. Al-Qaeda's As-Sahab media released a video titled "Message to the American People," which features a still image of bin Laden and an audio statement, said US-based terror monitoring group IntelCenter. Duration: 00:59

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Cubans pay respects to vice president

Thousands of people have been lining up in Havana to pay their last respects to Cuban Vice President Juan Almeida Bosque, a revolutionary commander who fought alongside Fidel Castro to bring down a pro-American dictatorship. Almeida died late Friday from cardiac arrest. Duration: 00:43

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Shoe thrower released from prison in Baghdad

Muntazer al-Za? shot to fame when he threw his shoes at George W Bush. Now he's to receive a hero's welcome when he's released from prison after nine months. Duration: 02:07

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Afghan rival calls for election run-off

President Hamid Karzai's main rival for the Afghan presidency called Monday for a run-off to ensure a legitimate leader rules the country after elections tainted by allegations of mass fraud. Abdullah Abdullah, trailing significantly behind Karzai with nearly all the votes counted from the August 20 presidential election, said a two-man run-off would ensure the winner had credibility and the poll itself was fair. Duration: 00:56

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Inside Look - Obama's Speech on Economic Crisis

Live! From Federal Hall in New York, NY: Interview with Evercore Partners CEO Ralph Schlosstein (Bloomberg News)

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View from the Floor - The President Goes to Wall Street

Live! From NYSE Trading Floor: Instant Reaction with Teddy Weisberg of Seaport Securities (Bloomberg News)

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Video- Obama Speaks on Financial Crisis, One Year Later (Part 3)

Live! From Federal Hall in New York, NY: President Barack Obama Holds News Conference [THIRD PART - 9:13] (Bloomberg News)

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Dog Surf-a-Thon

Dogs and their owners rode the waves in Del Mar, Calif. as part of the Dog Surf-a-thon put together to raise money for a San Diego area animal shelter.

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Obama Speaks on Financial Crisis, One Year Later (Part 2)

Live! From Federal Hall in New York, NY: President Barack Obama Holds News Conference [SECOND PART - 9:56] (Bloomberg News)

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Yoga delights for Taj Mahal tourists

A hotel in India's northern Agra city, overlooking one of the 'wonders of the world' introduces the ancient art of yoga in their tourist package to lure foreign tourists.

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Bringing Home the Bacon

The executive editor of Gourmet Magazine, Doc Willoughby, shows the Maggie Rodriguez how to cook an entire meal with bacon, from appetizers to dessert.

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Kanye West steals the limelight

Rapper Kanye West bursts on stage to interrupt Taylor Swift's acceptance speech at the MTV Video Music Awards in New York

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Obama Speaks on Financial Crisis, One Year Later (Part 1)

Live! From Federal Hall in New York, NY: President Barack Obama Holds News Conference [FIRST PART - 10:02] (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Down the Road for the Rockets

Interview with Houston Rockets/Toyota Center CEO Tad Brown (Bloomberg News)

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Special Report - Life After Lehman

Beermaker Stays Afloat Despite Recession and Credit Crisis (Bloomberg News)

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The Currency Report - U.S. Dollar

The Dollar & The Carry Trade - 29% Return vs. 19% for Yen and 16% for Swiss Franc (Bloomberg News)

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World's oldest person dies aged 115

Gertrude Baines, the oldest person in the world, has died in Los Angeles at the age of 115.

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Commodities Check - Copper Supply & Demand

Copper Demand Rises in China Amid Slowing Imports as Suppliers Looking to London Instead (Bloomberg News)

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Business Update- Eurozone recovery?

The Eurozone is 'exiting recession' and will return to growth this quarter, says the European Commission.

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Special Report - Europe's Best (and Worst) Banks

Banks to Watch - HSBC, Banco Satander, Standard Chartered, Royal Bank of Scotland, and UBS (Bloomberg News)

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Knox DNA Analyzed

As Allen Pizzey reports, the DNA analysis in the Amanda Knox trial in Italy is going to be the most crucial aspect of the case.

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In-Depth Look - Regulatory Reform

Interview and discussion with the Former Services Committee Chairman, Rep. Barney Frank. He talks about on what he expects President Obama likely to say is his financial regulatory reform. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - A Look Back On The Financial Implosion

Interview and discussion with Richard Bookstaber, Author of the "A Demon Of Our Own Design". He shares his thoughts about the financial implosion a year after Lehman's collapse. (Bloomberg News)

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911- The Confession

Brother Confesses To Girl's Murder. But Did He Do It?

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Smart Choices?

Registered Dietitian Keri Glassman spoke to Jeff Glor about new controversial food labels called "Smart Choices" meant to help shoppers choose healthier food and beverages.

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Dr. Phil on New Season

Dr. Phil spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about launching the 8th season of his popular talk show. The new season won't air live because of delays in the U.S. Open.

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Market Open 9.14

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

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Sir Elton Considering Adoption

At 62-years-old, Sir Elton John says he's ready to become a father, and is considering adopting a 14-month-old Ukrainian boy with his partner. Elizabeth palmer reports.

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New blast rocks Baghdad

Police say three civilians are dead and up to 15 wounded after two bombs went off in the Iraqi capital.

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Bridal chic comes cheap

When Isla D'Aubigny saved thousands of pounds by buying her wedding dress from an online designer second-hand clothes agency, her husband was so pleased he bought the company.

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Ugandans fear new clashes

Uganda still tense after clashes kill three in row between government and local leader

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Men flirt with jewellery again

Jewellery designers in London bring on the bling for men.

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When Parents Should Butt In

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Real Simple magazine's Anne-Marie O'Neil about when parents should butt into their children's lives and when they should butt out.

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Inside Look - Buying Defensively

Interview and discussion with Kevin Rendino of the BlackRock Inc. He gives his insights about his company's earnings and restructuring. (Bloomberg News)

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BofA Will Keep Using Private Jets

Bank of America says not to reduce its use of company jets. (Bloomberg News)

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Knox Trial DNA Evidence

Amanda Knox's trial enters a critical stage as DNA evidence is analyzed before the court. Allen Pizzey reports.

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Eli Lily Chopping Jobs

Eli Lily plans to cut its work force by the year 2011. (Bloomberg News)

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Obama's Wall Street Reform

President Obama will give a speech calling on tougher regulations for Wall Street. Chip Reid reports.

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Obama Girls to get H1N1 Vaccine

An H1N1 vaccine may be available early for high-risk patients but should be available to everyone in October. Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports.

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Harry Stays Home with H1N1

"The Early Show" anchors spoke with fellow anchor Harry Smith who stayed at home sick with what is likely the H1N1 virus.

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In-Depth Look - The Difference A Year Makes

Interview and discussion with the Chairman & C.E.O. of Loop Capital, James Reynolds talking about the economy after a year of Lehman's collapse. (Bloomberg News)

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Yahoo! Sells Stake In Alibaba.com

Yahoo! sells its stake in Alibaba.com to make almost $151 million. (Bloomberg News)

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Blackrock To Build Global Trading Network

Blackrock builds a global trading network to help it become the world's biggest money manager. (Bloomberg News)

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The Garrido's Life Behind Bars

Kidnappers Phillip and Nancy Garrido are being held in isolation behind bars for their own safety, John Blackstone reports. Jeff Glor spoke with former San Francisco prosecutor Michael Cardoza.

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Spitzer on Life After Scandal

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with former New York Governor Elliot Spitzer about piecing together his personal life and his thoughts on the Wall Street collapse.

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Yale Student's Body Found

Five days after Yale grad student Annie Le went missing, police believe they found her body, Randall Pinkston reports. Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Le's friend and criminal profiler Pat Brown.

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Key Democrat wary on more troops

Key Democrat indicates there is no rush to add troops to the Afghan war.

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Laid off trader leads financial crisis tour

A laid off banker goes from trader to tour guide and creates a financial crisis tour

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In-Depth Look - Learning Lessons From Lehman

Interview and discussion with Joseph Grano of the Centurion Holdings. He talks about Wall Street's economy after Lehman's collapse. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Dubai Fund's Biggest Deals

Interview and discussion with Victoria Barbary of the Monitor Group, talking about Dubai's fund being forced to liquidate. (Bloomberg News)

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Lehman victims fight on

One year after a group of British investors discovered that supposedly safe retirement funds were tied to Lehman Brothers, the fight for compensation goes on.

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Bangkok's luxury sale

Owners of luxury items from cars to handbags put up goods for sale in a Bangkok market called "The Market of the Formerly Rich".

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Peru's Lost Tribe

Signs of a "lost" tribe have been found in Peru.

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Ellen on Idol

The top showbiz news and headlines for the week ending September 11 including Jackson tribute concert canceled.

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Jackson tribute concert cancelled

A scheduled Michael Jackson tribute concert in vienna has been cancelled after key performers failed to confirm they be there. It will now be performed in London next year.

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US troops remember 9/11

American soldiers serving in Afghanistan mark the eighth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.

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Dubai's Sovereign Wealth Fund To Liquidate

Bloomberg's Jonathan Keehner elaborates Dubai's financial economy. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Credit Markets Today Vs. Year Ago

Interview and discussion with Michael Pond of the Barclays Capital. He says sentiments shifted from markets to real economy. (Bloomberg News)

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Business Update- China-U.S. spat

China media and officials heap scorn on Washington's decision to impose duties on mainland tyres, warning this may fuel trade friction.

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Obama commemorates Sept 11 attacks

Eight years after the coordinated terror attacks on the United States, President Barack Obama marked the anniversary during a cold and rainy morning at the White House.

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Rockets from Lebanon, Israel reacts

Cameras capture Israel's retaliation, after at least two rockets were fired from Lebanon into northern Israel.

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Taiwan ex-president jailed for life

Taiwan's former President Chen Shui-bian has been sentenced to life in prison after being found guilty of corruption by a court in Taipei.

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Turkey flood carnage continues

Another person dies as floods batter the eastern Turkey town of Dogubeyazit, raising the death toll from this week's floods to 32.

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American, Delta eye Japan Airlines

American Airlines and Delta Airlines eye investment opportunities in Japan Airlines, Asia's struggling largest airline, as it tries to cut costs after receiving government credit.

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Cost-Cutting Exceeded Targets

An excerpt of interview with BMW's C.E.O. Norbert Reithofer. He predicts big things for 2010. (Bloomberg News)

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Japan Air Selling Stakes

American Airlines may purchase Japan Airlines. (Bloomberg News)

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Chevron, Exxon, Shell To Build Gorgon

Chevron, Exxon, and Shell plans to build a natural gas plant in Western Australia coast. (Bloomberg News)

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Leno On The Line

NBC's rating expects to goes up with Jay Leno's appearance in "The Tonight Show." (Bloomberg News)

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Do Bad Does Good

The movie "I can do bad all by myself" tops the box office this weekend. (Bloomberg News)

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Do Bad Does Good

The movie "I can do bad all by myself" tops the box office this weekend. (Bloomberg News)

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Do Bad Does Good

The movie "I can do bad all by myself" tops the box office this weekend. (Bloomberg News)

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Do Bad Does Good

The movie "I can do bad all by myself" tops the box office this weekend. (Bloomberg News)

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Do Bad Does Good

The movie "I can do bad all by myself" tops the box office this weekend. (Bloomberg News)

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Kennedy Memoir Hits Number Two

Late Senator Ted Kennedy's memoir hits number two on the Amazon's best seller hits. (Bloomberg News)

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Sheikh Flops In Horse Market

Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed earns less than 5% of his average purchase in horse business. (Bloomberg News)

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No Foul Play In Pang Death - Authorities

Danny Pang's death no foul play says by Californian authorities. (Bloomberg News)

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Trade War Brewing?

President Obama slapping tariffs if starting a 35% on tire imports from China. (Bloomberg News)

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Woods Wins By Mile

Tiger Woods wins at 19 under, finishing with eight shots. (Bloomberg News)

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Opening Sunday In The NFL

Aaron Rogers' 50-yard touchdown pass beats the Chichago Bears. (Bloomberg News)

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Serena Fines For Outburst

Serena Williams gets $10,000 dollar fine for her outburst about a foot-fault call. (Bloomberg News)

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Federer Advances To Finals

Roger Federer wins his semi-final match. (Bloomberg News)

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Clijsters Comeback Complete

Kim Clijsters wins the U.S. Open. (Bloomberg News)

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Last Chance For Biparisan Deal

Senate Committee Chairman plans a last push to win over wavering republicans. (Bloomberg News)

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Economy With Stiglitz

An excerpt of interview with the Nobel Prize-Winning Economist, Joseph Stiglitz saying the U.S. economy fails to fix the underlying problems of the banking system. (Bloomberg News)

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Obama Comes To Wall Street

President Obama to give a speech on Wall Street to tackle his plans. (Bloomberg News)

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European Market Check

European market posts a decline after its seven-days of gains. (Bloomberg News)

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Asian Market Check

Asian stocks post their biggest decline for this month. (Bloomberg News)

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Anti-U.S. protest in Philippines

Filipino students use the occasion of the eighth anniversary of 9/11 to launch a fierce protest against the presence of U.S. troops in the country.

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Dubai launches a metro train service

Dubai becomes the first city in the oil-rich Gulf region to open a metro, which is aimed at reducing congestion on the emirate's roads.

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Patrick Swayze Dead

Actor Patrick Swayze has died, losing his two-year battle with pancreatic cancer. The 57-year-old is remembered for his famous role in 'Dirty Dancing.' Sandra Hughes reports on the life of the influential icon.

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Angelina Jolie visits Somali refugees for UN

Hollywood megastar and UN goodwill ambassador Angelina Jolie has visited the world's largest refugee camp, which houses nearly 300,000 people -- most Somalis fleeing the civil war -- in Kenya. Jolie, as an ambassador for the UN refugee agency, visited the Dadaab refugee camp on Saturday. Duration: 01:24

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Nobel-winning economist looks beyond GDP

Joseph Stiglitz, the Nobel prize-winning economist, has delivered a report to French President Nicolas Sarkozy recommending new ways to measure economic growth and prosperity -- and to go beyond the standard "gross domestic product" index. Duration: 01:13

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Rethink your ways, Bin Laden tells Americans

Osama bin Laden has told Americans to rethink their policies, in a new video in which he links their support for Israel to the September 11 attacks in 2001. Titled "Message to the American People," the video features a still image of bin Laden and an audio statement. Duration: 00:32

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Measure well-being, not just growth'- France

French President Nicolas Sarkozy and a panel of the world's top economists said on Monday that countries need to find ways to measure happiness and well-being alongside raw economic growth. Duration: 01:21

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