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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

SD26 Italian Restaurant Opens in NYC

New Italian eatery SD26, the contemporary incarnation of Central Park's beloved San Domenico, is finally open. (Note: If you understand Italian, this video might be NSFW.) Father/daughter team Tony and Marisa May (the latter steals the show in our drama) are behind the gargantuan Madison Square Park space, finally open for lunch and dinner after months of buzz. Butternut squash gnocchi, pan-roasted guinea hen, salumi, and cheese all make special appearances. Here's the info: SD26, 19 East 26th Street, at Madison Square Park (212-265-5959).

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First Whopper Bar Launches

Burger King launches its first Whopper Bar in Asia. (Asia Confidential)

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Fever Over Sinopharm

Sinopharm raises $1.13 billion and it banks on the benefit from the massive health care reform program in China and the government spends $120 billion on new plan. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Dubai Falls On Hard Times

Dubai sovereign funds halt and restructure investments to cut debt as values fall. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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Chinese Stocks Rally Before National Holiday

Fulbright's Lun predicts Shanghai Composite at 3,200 before National Day celebrations. (The Bloomberg Edge)

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In Queens, a Double-Wide 'House of God'

The Congregation Derech Emunoh lost their once-elegant synagogue in a 2002 fire, and have been worshipping ever since in a trailer on a desolate construction site in Queens. Now they must vacate.

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Buffett Praises Chinese Suit Maker

Dayang shares soar up to 10% for the third straight day after the praise of Warren Buffett. (The Trade)

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Focus On Transaction Banking

Transaction banking is the management of cash files and liquidity and it provides trade finance and payment systems. (The Trade)

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Noble Group In Possible Major Stake Sale

Noble Group says it is in negotiations with investors which may or may not lead to the purchase of shares in the company. (The Trade)

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Dollar Reaches Its Weakest Level

Analysis and discussion with the Head of Global Foreign Exchange Strategy Mitul Kotecha. He says the on-going improvement of risk appetite and the U.S. interest rate expectations that become more bearish contribute to the weakening of dollar. (The Trade)

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Global Confidence Maintains Record High

One day after the announcement of Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke, the Bloomberg Professional global survey indicates that the market could probably be over. (The Trade)

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AIG One Year After Government Bailout

AIG needs more than $80 billion in federal bailout to keep it from collapsing. (The Trade)

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AIG One Year After Government Bailout

AIG needs more than $80 billion in federal bailout to keep it from collapsing. (The Trade)

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A 92-Year-Old Chart Topper

Only On The Web: Vera Lynn's voice was a reminder of home to soldiers on far-off battlefields 70 years ago. Today, the 'forces sweetheart' has topped the charts once again, as a 92-year-old.

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Market Perspective

Stocks and commodities gain on speculation that global economy returns to growth. (The Trade)

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Japanese Commodity Stocks Rise

An increase in the U.S. factory output creates more demand for commodities and push up the price of oil and metals. (The Trade)

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Holy housekeeping at Western Wall

Rabbi leads the removal of thousands of notes to God from Jerusalem's Western Wall to make room for a fresh bundle of notes expected for the Jewish New Year.

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EU farmers spew milk in protest

European milk farmers spill three million litres of milk to protest against low prices.

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Rustlers blamed for Kenya killings

Dozens of people have been killed during a raid to steal cattle in the remote north-east of the country.

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Storm-battered ship spills oil

Fifty tonnes of oil leaks from a cargo ship that crashed into rocks in south China's Guangdong province after Typhoon Koppu swept through the region.

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Pumping iron with rugby legend Lomu

Jonah Lomu, regarded as one of the greatest rugby players ever, trains in a gym ahead of his first bodybuilding competition this weekend and a return to rugby later this year.

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Famous vent their fury

Stream of high-profile outbursts in the U.S. raises questions on state of the nation's manners.

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India's river of death

Thousands of fish die as pollution levels in the Yamuna River beside the Taj Mahal rise.

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Breaking the bank

Colombia's FARC rebels are blamed for a failed robbery attempt that left a bank building in ruins.

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Evening News Online, 09.16.09

Wednesday: Republicans and Democrats aim for a bi-partisan health care reform effort; Also, Pres. Obama may send thousands of more troops to Afghanistan; Also, a 92-year-old British music sensation.

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New homes for Italy quake survivors

Berlusconi hands new homes to earthquake evacuees as a new village is built beside the destroyed town of L'Aquila.

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'Forces Sweetheart' Returns

Vera Lynn's voice was a reminder of home to soldiers on far-off battlefields 70 years ago. Today, the 'forces sweetheart' has struck a chord with a brand new audience. Mark Phillips reports.

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Toxic Assets

As Wall Street fell into a free fall last year, Congress reacted with the Troubled Asset Relief Program. But as Wyatt Andrews reports, the program has not gone as originally planned.

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Japan's new government

New Japan Prime Minister Hatoyama and his Cabinet began work, facing challenges ranging from economic recovery to Washington ties.

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A Bid for Bipartisan Reform

Are Republican and Democratic members of Congress closer to reaching a bipartisan agreement concerning health care reform legislation? Nancy Cordes reports from Capitol Hill.

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More Troops in Afghanistan?

The new American commander in Afghanistan is expected to ask President Obama to send him more troops, but the Mr. Obama says there is no "immediate decision pending." David Martin reports.

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Yale Murder Mystery

Connecticut's state medical examiner says Yale University grad student Annie Le died of "traumatic asphyxiation." As Randall Pinkston reports, the investigation is focused on one man so far.

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War Of Words Over Race

Joe Wilson's outburst during President Obama's health care speech has triggered a war of words over race. As Chip Reid reports, Jimmy Carter is getting involved.

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Terror Investigation Unfolds

The FBI has searched the home of an alleged terrorist who may be involved in one of the biggest terror investigations since 9/11. As Bob Orr reports, the FBI still lacks hard intelligence.

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Business Update- Dollar punished

The U.S. dollar sank close to a one-year low -- but that boosted hopes American companies will see higher international sales.

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Talk of the Town- Jay-Z beats Elvis

The day's top showbiz news and headlines including Jay-Z is the most successful solo artist, The Beatles dominate the pop charts, and Beyonce is sued over her perfume.

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Jennifer Aniston feels the love

Jennifer Aniston and Aaron Eckhart hit the red carpet to promote their new film 'Love Happens'.

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No public option in Senate bill

Senator Max Baucus unveiled a long-awaited healthcare overhaul that does not include a government-run option backed by liberal Democrats.

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Sector Focus - REITs

Interview with Global Logistics Properties Chairman Jeff Schwartz (Taking Stock)

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Airline staff held on drug charges

U.S. agents arrested 21 people -- nine of them American Airlines employees, accusing them of smuggling suitcases loaded with cocaine on flights from Puerto Rico to the U.S.

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Economic Expectations- Still Worried About "Too Big to Fail"

Interview with Former SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt (Taking Stock)

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Money & Sports - Racing in the Recession

NASCAR's Chase of the Cup - Interview with NASCAR Driver Carl Edwards (Bloomberg News)

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Notebook- Norma Rae

Katie Couric speaks about the impact of the late Crystal Lee Sutton, whose fight to unionize Southern textile plants with low pay and poor conditions was dramatized in the film "Norma Rae."

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Emerging Market to Watch - China

Morgan Stanley Looking for Growth in China as Sporting Goods Makers Compete, Adidas Shares Jump 7% (Bloomberg News)

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Afghan concerns as Obama meets Canadian PM

President Barack Obama met Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper at the White House Wednesday, amid Canadian fears of US protectionism and Ottawa's fresh vow to pull troops out of Afghanistan by 2011. Duration: 00:48

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Damon hits red carpet for new movie

After promoting his new film at the Venice and Toronto Film Festivals, Matt Damon heads home for the New York premiere of The Informant

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Business Update- No double-dipping

Concerns the U.S. economy is headed for a double-dip recession are easing, according to a Reuters global survey of economists.

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More Perspective - Breaking Down the Baucus Healthcare Plan

Roundtable Discussion with Dr. Robert Glassman of ObiMed Advisors, Robert Zirkelbach of America's Health Insurance Plans, and John Rother of AARP (Bloomberg News)

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Market Close 9.16

S&P Rises 1.5%; Dow Rises 1.1%; Nasdaq Rises 1.4% (Bloomberg News)

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Santorini Artist

Samantha visits and finds the insipiration of a local artist in Santorini.

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Obama Fences at Olympic Event

CBS News RAW: President and Mrs. Obama host US Olympians and school children to promote Chicago as host city for 2016 Olympics and to discuss importance of service, healthy living and sport.

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In-Depth Look - Dinallo Speaks on AIG, One Year Later

Former NY Insurance Superintendent Eric Dinallo Looks Back to Last Year's AIG Bailout (Bloomberg News)

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Loaded- Eli Manning helps schools

Facebook adds voice chat, the Obama administration is going to rely on the cloud, and we sit down with football star Eli Manning.

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Multi Function Mudroom

The KPTVB12 local news story "Dry erase board", originally aired on September 16, 2009 at 01:44PM. The story was classified under the "General" category, and is related to the following topics: mud room, dry erase board, ironing board, cabinet, chalk board, shoes.

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Maxi Dress

The KPTVB12 local news story "Red carpet", originally aired on September 16, 2009 at 01:37PM. The story was classified under the "Weather" category, and is related to the following topics: maxey, red carpet, pregnant, you are, wear, dress.

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Girl Talk- Flirting

The KPTVB12 local news story "Meat packing industry", originally aired on September 16, 2009 at 01:30PM. The story was classified under the "Weather" category, and is related to the following topics: no no no, flirting, draw the line, okay, meat packing industry, confidence.

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Home Beauty Treatments

The KPTVB12 local news story "Laser hair removal", originally aired on September 16, 2009 at 01:33PM. The story was classified under the "Weather" category, and is related to the following topics: laser hair removal, infrared light, acne, salon, rid, help.

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Inside Look - Bernanke's Capitol Hill Meeting

Live! From Capitol Hill: Interview with Sen. Richard Shelby (R) of Alabama (Bloomberg News)

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Melting Arctic glaciers spell disaster for climate

Scientists on Norway's Arctic archipelagao of Svalbard are recording ever higher temperatures, spelling disaster for glaciers which are retreating at an alarming rate. Duration: 02:13

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Barroso, from Portuguese PM to EU chameleon

He once dabbled in hard-left politics and now sits firmly in the conservative camp, but what has kept Jose Manuel Barroso in the EU's highest-profile post is his ability to move with shifting political sands. The former Portuguese prime minister is a master of adapting to circumstances -- a skill that helped him sail to re-election Wednesday as president of the European Commission. Duration: 01:12.

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Karzai ahead in first Afghan vote count, but fraud looms large

After weeks of delays and controversy, incumbent President Hamid Karzai has emerged as the unofficial winner of Afghanistan's presidential elections. But with more than a million ballots dogged by fraud allegations, the final results may not be known for weeks. Duration: 02:14

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EU observers 'must not intefere' in Afghan vote

Afghan President Hamid Karzai won 54.6 percent of the preliminary result released Wednesday from controversial elections, but his victory is not secure until massive claims of vote fraud are resolved. EU observers said up to a quarter of votes were "suspicious". Duration: 00:24

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'Ben Hur' makes British comeback

It's a new take on an old classic, and "Ben Hur Live", which premieres on Thursday, promises to revive the memory of the Roman epic film made 50 years ago. Duration: 01:17

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High Notes

The American opera singer Danielle de Niese takes New York Times reporter Chip Brown backstage at the Glyndebourne Opera House in Sussex, England, where she played the role of Cleopatra last season.

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Guiding Light Fades After 72 Years

For 72 years they've loved, and lost, and loved again; celebrated and cried; died and come back to life. But this time there'll be no coming back to life for "Guiding Light." The longest-running TV drama ever is going off the air.

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He Said, She Said- Online Dating

The KPTVB12 local news story "Everything you need to know", originally aired on September 16, 2009 at 01:05PM. The story was classified under the "Entertainment" category, and is related to the following topics: stuff like that, everything you need to know, good the bad and the ugly, facebook, favorit tv, everything you need.

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Healthy Habits

The KPTVB12 local news story "Health and fitness", originally aired on September 16, 2009 at 01:11PM. The story was classified under the "Education" category, and is related to the following topics: post it note, you and yours, back to school, health and fitness, great idea, superstickious.

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Online Dating

The KPTVB12 local news story "First thing", originally aired on September 16, 2009 at 01:01PM. The story was classified under the "Sports" category, and is related to the following topics: first thing, men only, picture, life story, email, women.

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Broadway Musical Memphis Keeps Music Alive

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Batteries give Frankfurt show buzz

As car makers show off their electric vehicles in Frankfurt, the firm Better Place is working on building a global network of charging stations.

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Currency Outlook - Dollar at Twelve Month Low vs. Euro

Gauging the Greenback - Analysis and Discussion with Michael Woolfolk of Bank of New York-Mellon (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Cablevision's Interactive Plans

Cablevision Will Start Showing Interactive Ads, Signs on Six National Advertisers (Bloomberg News)

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Sector to Watch - Media

New York Times and Gannett Shares Surge; Ad Spending Improving in 3Q (Bloomberg News)

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Commodities not immune to collapse ... recovery

The financial collapse of 2008 dealt a blow to markets worldwide--and commodities were no exception.

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Inside Look - The Politics of Healthcare

Live! From Capitol Hill: Interview with Sen. Kent Conrad (D) of North Dakota (Bloomberg News)

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What Your Job Says About Your Well-Being

Gallup Senior Analyst Brett Pelham discusses findings from the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index revealing which job types have the highest and lowest well-being.

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Yankees Adjust 2010 Ticket Prices

Field Level Tickets Going Down at Yankee Stadium While Main Level Tickets Rise (Bloomberg News)

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Talk of the Town

The day's top showbiz news and headlines including Partick Swayze dies from cancer, Kanye West apologizes to Taylor Swift, and Betty White to get lifetime achievement award.

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U.S. clears H1N1 vaccine

U.S. health officials have approved vaccines for the H1N1 swine flu from four drugmakers, including Medimmune and Novartis.

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Obama visits hard-hit Ohio

President Obama tried to assure auto workers at a General Motors assembly plant that the U.S. economy is slowly turning around and defended his decision to bail out GM.

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The Financial Crisis - Finding What Went Wrong

Interview with Phil Angelides of Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission (Bloomberg News)

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Housing Outlook - Homebuilders Remain More Confident

Homebuilder Confidence Rises for Third Straight Month - Interview with NAHB President Jerry Howard (Bloomberg News)

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Trabant green revival in Frankfurt

Communist East Germany's infamous Trabant gets a modern makeover at the Frankfurt car show, as car makers look to the future with green technologies.

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Dan Brown's "The Lost Symbol" hits bookshelves

Dan Brown's thriller "The Lost Symbol," the blockbuster sequel to the conspiracy theory novel "The Da Vinci Code," hits bookshelves to the delight of fans.

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Anger of Lehman-stung investors

Investors in London and Hong Kong hit by the 2008 collapse of Lehman Brothers mark the anniversary of the U.S. investment bank's demise, which drained their life's savings.

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Baucus Lays Out Healthcare Bill

Live! From Capitol Hill.: Sen. Max Baucus (D) of Montana Holds News Conference (Bloomberg News)

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Baucus Lays Out Healthcare Bill

Live! From Capitol Hill.: Sen. Max Baucus (D) of Montana Holds News Conference (Bloomberg News)

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France Telecom suicides spur action

Following another attempted suicide, a crisis meeting is held to discuss what can be done to help employees of the telecommunications giant.

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Shock tennis win thrills Argentina

There was jubilation in Argentina following Juan Martin del Potro's shock victory over Roger Federer in the U.S. Open tennis final

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Freedom for Iraqi shoe thrower

The Iraqi journalist who threw his shoes at President George W. Bush has been released from jail after serving nine months of a one year sentence for assaulting a visiting head of state.

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Sector Focus - Airlines

Airlines Flying High, Rallying for Tenth Straight Day to Longest Streak Since 1995 - Analysis and Discussion with Hunter Keay of Stifel Nicolaus (Bloomberg News)

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Tarantino in Tel Aviv

Director Quentin Tarantino visits Tel Aviv to promote WW2 film, "Inglourious Basterds".

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Market Outlook - Economy Running a Marathon on Donuts

Tracking Market Sentiment - Analysis and Discussion with Jack Ablin of Harris Private Bank (Bloomberg News)

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Silver Palate Homage

Katie Lee prepares chef Sheila Lukins' signature dish from "The Silver Palate Cookbook," Chicken Marbella.

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Special Report - Liverpool's Loans

Liverpool Football Club in Debt Nearly 300 Million Pounds (Bloomberg News)

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The Currency Report - U.S. Dollar

Dollar Pessimism Grows Deeper, Analysts Betting on Bigger Yields; According to RBS, Investing in Emerging Markets and Commodities Currencies (Bloomberg News)

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Business Update- new hedge fund

Dozens of leading bankers at Societe Generale have left to set up a new hedge fund.

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Famous vent their fury

Stream of high-profile outbursts in the U.S. raises questions on state of the nation's manners.

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Gold hits 13 month high

As the U.S. dollar falls to its lowest level this year against the Euro, investors have been turning to preciosu metals with Gold leading the pack.

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Great Skin at Any Age

Debbye Turner Bell spoke with Health magazine's Frances Largeman-Roth about the best skin products to use at every age.

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Co-Star Recalls Patrick Swayze

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with actor Larry Gilliard, Jr. about his late co-star Patrick Swayze.

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Ask It Early- Harry's H1N1

Maggie Rodriguez and Harry Smith spoke with Dr. Jennifer Ashton about the variety of H1N1 flu symptoms and how to best prevent spreading the virus.

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Jordan's Surprising Win

Julie Chen spoke with Big Brother winner Jordan about how she won the reality competition and her on-screen romance.

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Retail or Re-Sale?

Susan Koeppen challenged Harry Smith and Maggie Rodriguez to tell the difference between new retail clothes and re-sale clothes.

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Fatty Foods May Trick Brain

A type of saturated fat may explain why some people can't control how much they eat. Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains the findings in a recent study.

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Market Open 9.16

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

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India ice cream biz sweet amid slowdown

A family selling Indian sweets and ice cream takes advantage of the economic crisis, expanding business as rental prices become affordable.

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Typhoon Koppu blasts Hong Kong

Business in Hong Kong returns to normal after typhoon Koppu moves toward China.

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New York home searched in terrorism probe

New York City police and the FBI raided at least one home in the borough of Queens as part of an investigation into suspected terrorism, focusing on one man who has been under surveillance.

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Talk of the Town

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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Michael Moore on Wall St.

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

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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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Chemical Peel Facts

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Dermatologist Dr. Jeanine Downie about the healing effects of chemical peels.

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Hollywood actor Patrick Swayze dies

The film actor Patrick Swayze, who was diagnosed early in 2008 with pancreatic cancer, has died at the age of 57.

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Bush shoe-thrower mobbed on release

There are scenes of chaotic welcome as Muntazer al-Zaidi, the reporter who shot to worldwide fame for hurling his shoes at President George W. Bush, is released from jail in Baghdad.

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Ernst & Young Heads To Trial

Ernst & Young heads to court for using false documents and an audit. (Bloomberg News)

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Saab Positioning Itself In China

Saab's owner position its company to enter Chinese markets. (Bloomberg News)

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Jenna Elfman's New Show, Baby

Jenna Elfman spoke with Julie Chen about her new CBS sitcom, "Accidentally On Purpose," and her newly announced pregnancy.

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Student Attacked on Bus

Bullying got out of hand in Belleville, Ill., when students began beating another on a school bus. Student Steve Raines, stepped in and talked to Harry Smith about the incident.

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In-Depth Look - Russian Recovery In 2012

Interview and discussion with Andrei Kostin of the VTB Bank. He talks about Russian economic development in 2012. (Bloomberg News)

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Wilson Rebuked for Outburst

Congressman Joe Wilson was reprimanded by congress for his famous outburst during President Obama's address to congress regarding healthcare reform. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Downturn threatens Egyptian cotton industry

Egyptian cotton has long been prized around the world for its purity and quality. But years of mounting competition from other countries and the latest global economic downturn have left the industry in crisis, with shipments sinking to an all time low. Duration: 01:48

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'A Prophet' acclaimed in Toronto

? Prophet,?a French film from director Jacques Audiard, won over the Toronto International Film Festival. Audiences and critics are heaping praise on the gangster film and it now finds itself at the center of serious Oscar buzz. Duration: 01:33

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New York gets taste of French foodie festival

The French food festival Omnivore crossed the Atlantic for the first time at the weekend, with French chef Michel Bras taking over New York. The master cuisinier was introducing his brand of haute cuisine to young looks from around the world. Duration: 01:28

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India's newest hill station builds for the future

Private developers are building a brand new hill station outside of Mumbai -- a first since colonial times. Lavasa will be an eco-friendly city and is being billed as "free India's first and largest hill city". Duration: 02:13

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US Mideast envoy targets settlement breakthrough

US envoy George Mitchell sought a deal on the thorny issue of settlements on Tuesday, shuttling between Israelis and Palestinians in a bid to pave the way to resume stalled peace talks. Duration: 00:48

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UN report slams Israel's use of force in Gaza

Israel mounted a diplomatic offensive on Wednesday, trying to contain damage from a damning UN report that accused the Jewish state and Palestinian militants of war crimes during the Gaza war. The report slammed Israel's use of disproportionate force in the conflict. Duration: 01:07

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Barroso wins second term as EU commission chief

The European parliament on Wednesday voted to give Jose Manuel Barroso a second five year term as president of the powerful European Commission. The conservative former Portuguese premier won 382 votes to 219 against, from among the 718 lawmakers taking part in the vote. There were 117 abstentions. Duration: 01:13

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EU observers question 1.5 million Afghan votes

EU observers on Wednesday branded as suspicious 1.5 million votes from Afghanistan's presidential election and refused to be party to any "massive fraud", flinging the polls into deeper controversy. Afghans voted August 20 in their second presidential election, but claims of vote-rigging have prompted a partial recount. With about 95 percent of the vote counted so far, incumbent Hamid Karzai is the clear frontrunner with more than 54 percent of the vote, but the scale of the recount could tip the balance and necessitate a run-off. Duration: 01:04

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UN envoy to Afghanistan calls for peace

The UN special envoy to Afghanistan Kai Eide on Wednesday called for peace in Afghanistan, saying the situation had deteriorated in the past year, and the future of the country was at risk. Duration: 00:47

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More Garrido Abductions?

Police are looking for clues that may link Phillip Garrido to other kidnappings near his home, John Blackstone reports. Maggie Rodriguez spoke with the mother of one of the missing girls.

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Device Aides Heart Blood Flow

Harry Smith spoke with Dr. Robert Kipperman and his patient about a new "parachute" device that can improve blood flow in the heart.

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Bipartisan Health Reform Bill

A new healthcare reform bill born from bipartisan negotiations is much different from other reform proposals but support is not guaranteed. Nancy Cordes reports.

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Spotlight - GM Looks To Expand In Europe

Interview and discussion with the C.E.O. of the General Motors, Frtiz Henderson talking about General Motors' sales and profits. (Bloomberg News)

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Yale Person of Interest

A lab tech was questioned, tested for DNA, but not arrested as police build their case, reports Randall Pinkston. A forensic psychiatrist warns about the meaning of "person of interest."

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H1N1 Vaccine Approved

In October, the first batch of H1N1 vaccine will be available for states to distribute. Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains who should get the vaccine first and what some alternative treatments are.

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Big Bro.Final Four Interview

Julie Chen sat down with the last four Big Brother house guests, including season 11 winner, Jordan, about their time in the house.

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It Suits Buffett Just Fine

Chinese clothing store gets Buffett's thumbs up for advertising. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Wall Street's Future

Interview and discussion with Eliot Spitzer of the Spitzer Enterprise. He shares his thoughts about Wall Street's economic stabilization. (Bloomberg News)

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Jaeger eyes emerging markets

Jaeger's chief executive, Belinda Earl, says new shops could open in North America and Russia.

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In-Depth Look - US Labor Market

Interview and discussion with David Blanchflower of the Dartmouth College. He shares his thoughts about Greenspan's insights about the economic inflation. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Adobe To Buy Omniture

Interview and discussion with Kevin Allison of the Financial Times. He talks about Adobe and Omniture merging. (Bloomberg News)

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Marchionne Speaks Out On Chrysler

C.E.O. Sergio Marchionne stays provocative in the U.S. economy. He says September U.S. sales a disaster. (Bloomberg News)

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Citadel's Griffin Changes Strategy

Citadel's Griffin changes his strategies and goes to a new business lines. (Bloomberg News)

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No More FDIC Debt Guarantees

Citigroup takes another step to rest itself from government control; they want an out of the debt guarantee program. (Bloomberg News)

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Bank Of America 'Vengeful' - McCann

Bob McCann says Bank of America tries to humiliate and prevents him for taking another job in the industry. (Bloomberg News)

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Business Update- Asia 2009 peaks

Asian stocks rise to the highest levels for 2009, fuelled by upbeat U.S. economic news.

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Japan's Parliament Elects Hatoyama

Japan's lower parliament elects Hatoyama as new Prime Minister. (Bloomberg News)

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Parsons To Join Private Equity Firm

A report says Citigroup's Parson gets an additional job as a senior advisor to Providence Equity Partners. (Bloomberg News)

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Ireland's Financial Gamble

Ireland government buys up almost every property-related loan in the country to clean up bank balance sheets. (Bloomberg News)

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I Want My Vote Back - Taleb

Former Hedge Fund Manager, Taleb says President Obama fails to appoint advisors and regulators. (Bloomberg News)

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China's Geely to raise capital

Chinese automaker Geely plans a bond issue, expected to help its parent raise funds to bid for Ford-owned Volvo.

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Baucus To Release Plan

Max Baucus expects to announce his health care bill today. (Bloomberg News)

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CVS Caremark Merger Attracts Scrutiny

Congress want Federal Trade Commission to re-examines CVS's acquisition of Caremark. (Bloomberg News)

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CFOs Get Optimistic - WSJ

C.F.O.s get more bullish on the U.S. economy than they were back in May. (Bloomberg News)

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Facebook Generates Positive Cash Flow

Facebook doubles its users from the past 7 months. (Bloomberg News)

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Lehman "Class Reunion"

Former Lehman's employees gather to celebrate the firm's glory days. (Bloomberg News)

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Lehman Wants Assets Back From Barclays

Lehman asks bankruptcy judge to force Barclays to return assets. (Bloomberg News)

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Genworth Raises $564M In Stock Sale

Genworth plans to sell half a billion in shares but end up with 64 million more than it counted on. (Bloomberg News)

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Adobe To Acquire Omniture For $1.8B

Adobe agrees to buy Omniture to expand markets. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Deflation Worries?

Interview and discussion with James Shugg of the Westpac Banking Corp. He shares his thoughts in today's inflation report. (Bloomberg News)

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Yanks-Blue Jays Play Base-Brawl

The Yankees and the Blue Jays ends up in a brawl in last night game. (Bloomberg News)

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Federer's Loss, Win For CBS

Federer's loss in the U.S. Open brings 41% up in C.B.S. rating compared from a year ago. (Bloomberg News)

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Obama Still Popular - Bloomberg Poll

New poll shows that people still generally likes President Obama's performance even as they grow doubtful about his economic and health policy. (Bloomberg News)

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Politics Could Hurt Fed Efforts - Greenspan

Alan Greenspan worries that politics may affect Fed's fight for inflation. (Bloomberg News)

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European Market Check

Mining and basic resources drag the market up this open. (Bloomberg News)

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Asian Market Check

Asian stocks post a stellar gain today. (Bloomberg News)

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Clijsters at Times Square

2009 U.S. Open Women's Singles champion Kim Clijsters poses for photographs with her family in Times Square.

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Moore's Capitalism arrives in Hollywood

Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore targets corporate America in his latest film, "Capitalism: A Love Story," which premiered in Los Angeles on Tuesday (September 15, 2009)

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Michael Jackson Tribute

The KPTVB12 local news story "Today's Sports - September 16, 2009", originally aired on September 16, 2009 at 01:55PM. The story was classified under the "Sports" category, and is related to the following topics: every night, michael jackson, michael i, best i can, king of pop, all over the world.

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Bolivia debates future of coca leaf

Coca leaf producers in Bolivia argue that legal products are the way of the future for the plant, but critics fear that more coca will inevitably mean more cocaine.

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Talk of the Town

The day's top showbiz news and headlines including Jay-Z is the most successful solo artist, The Beatles dominate the pop charts, and Beyonce is sued over her perfume.

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No public option in Senate bill

Senator Max Baucus unveiled a long-awaited healthcare overhaul that does not include a government-run option backed by liberal Democrats.

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Battle over Afghan policy

The battle over the Afghan war policy continues, as Congressional Democrats signal they may balk at sending more troops.

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Airline staff held on drug charges

U.S. agents arrested 21 people -- nine of them American Airlines employees, accusing them of smuggling suitcases loaded with cocaine on flights from Puerto Rico to the U.S.

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Obama- No pending Afghan decision

President Barack Obama said he is still reviewing the US policy in Afghanistan, and there was no immediate decision pending on resources for Afghanistan.

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Comic Izzard's marathon runs no joke

British funnyman Eddie Izzard is recovering after running 43 marathons in 51 days.

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