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Friday, September 25, 2009

The Last of the Fizz Businesses

Gomberg Seltzer Works, in the Canarsie section of Brooklyn, has been making seltzer since 1953, and still provides its bubbly product for the handful of remaining seltzer delivery men in New York City.

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Friday: Widespread surprise as President Obama delivers claim that Iran secretly holds a second nuclear test facility; Also, Pittsburgh G20 summit ends as leaders announce financial reform.

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King Of The Table

Killerspin is the leading table tennis retailer and sports event producer in the world. (Venture)

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Downturn's Impact On Baseball

Analysis and discussion with President of Boras Corporation Scott Boras. He says they do not represent players in other sports; their effectiveness is based on the fact that they are players and their focus is 24/7 on one sport. (For The Record)

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Preview- Show Me the Money

A mother and her 7-year-old daughter are taken hostage, strapped with dynamite and forced to rob a bank. Susan Spencer reports, Saturday, Oct. 3 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

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Market Sentiment Back To Normal

Analysis and discussion with Chief Market Strategist of Russell Investments Stephen Wood. He talks about the long and slow economic recovery. (Taking Stock)

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Mongolia's $30 Billion Mining Jackpot

Gold fever hits land of Genghis Khan. (The Trade)

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Preventing Another Global Crisis

At the G20 summit in Pittsburgh, world leaders took aim at executive bonuses among other things. Anthony Mason reports on the new guidelines for the global economy.

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Exclusive- UN Security

With so many foreign dignitaries at the UN this week, keeping them safe is a monumental task. Many are protected by agents from a little known division of the State Department. Armen Keteyian reports.

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Homeless Camps in Tenn.

Although U.S. home sales are up, as many as 800,000 people are expected to become homeless this year. Seth Doane reports from a Tennessee community that knows the struggle all to well.

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Fertility Clinic Embryo Mix-Up

Some parents in Louisiana are now wondering if they are in fact biologically related to their children, after a fertility clinic held embryos which were not properly labeled. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Bet On Better Earnings

Analysis and discussion with Chief Investment Officer of Navellier Associates Louis Navellier. He says he likes the idea of a weak dollar and that's the key the stocks go higher. (Taking Stock)

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Stocks' Biggest Weekly Drop

The S&P is down about 2.25% and Dow drops to 1.6% that is lower than estimated data on home sales. (Taking Stock)

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Secret Nuclear Weapons?

There has been a great deal of speculation as to whether or not Iranian officials have been secretly trying to develop nuclear weapons. David Martin reports on the revelation of a secret test site.

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Stunning Nuclear Iran Claim

President Barack Obama surprised many throughout the international community over his allegations that Iran has been operating a second secret nuclear test facility. Chip Reid reports.

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The Liquidator

The man in charge of recovering assets from Ponzi scheme king Bernard Madoff says there is about $18 billion still out there that he hopes to recover for victims of the scam. But it won't be easy. Morley Safer reports.

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A Living for the Dead

Marilyn Monroe, James Dean and Elvis are dead and now, so is Michael Jackson. But as Steve Kroft reports, they are very much alive when it comes to earning money for their estates.

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General McChrystal

Gen. Stanley McChrystal tasked with turning things around in Afghanistan tells "60 Minutes" that the spread of the violence there was more than he expected. David Martin reports.

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Notebook- Albright's Pins

Ahead of the release of former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright's new book "Read My Pins," Katie Couric comments on the gifted negotiator who isn't afraid to wear her heart on her sleeve.

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The 19 Pound Newborn

A newborn baby boy is thought to be Indonesia's heaviest at a record 19.2 pounds. Doctors said the infant came into the world via a 40-minute Caesarean section.

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Real "Fame" Alum on the Remake

Nearly 30 years after the original, a new "Fame" hits the big screen. Alexis Christoforous, an alum of the "real" fame school, takes a look at the remake for a new generation.

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Influenza Vaccine

Concerns over the swine flu have officials scrambling to get people vaccinated. Better teamed up with Parents Magazine to answer questions from real parents. The answers may surprize you

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500 Shows - Guests Revisited

Join Better as we take a look back at the five hundred shows that got us here today. Thank you for sticking with us through it all.

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Better's Funniest Moments

There have been plenty of funny moments on Better in our first five hundred episodes. Some that you saw, some that you did not see. Here are some of our funniest moments.

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Trustee to Sue Madoff Kin

The trustee charged with recovering money for Bernard Madoff's victims says he plans to sue his brother, sons and niece.

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Sweet Potato Salad

Mark Bittman gives potato salad a makeover.

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French View on Economy

Anthony Mason spoke with French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde about the status of the world economy and the Obama administration's efforts.

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In-Depth Look - Cashing in on Collectible Cars

Which Collectible Cars are Worth Investing In? (Bloomberg News)

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MSNBC- The New York Times Edition

John Harwood of CNBC and The New York Times talks with Michael Froman, deputy national security adviser for international economic affairs, about the G-20 forum, international trade and the global economy. (Video: MSNBC)

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More Perspective - Twitter Set to Raise $100 Million

Venture Capital and Twitter - Analysis and Discussion with David Menlow of IPOFinancial.com (Bloomberg News)

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Market Close 9.25

All Three Major Indexes Each Fall Less Than 1%; Wal-Mart Falls 2.4%, Biggest Drag on Dow Industrials; Alcoa Falls Over 3%; Gold Falls Below $1000/oz; Merck Settling 3,100 Death Claims Involving Painkiller Vioxx (Bloomberg News)

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Time to Plant Spring Bulbs

Master Gardener William Moss showed Harry Smith the basics about planting Spring Bulbs.

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In-Depth Look - Bigger Banker Pay

Paying for Performance - Goldman Sachs Employees May Be Making More Money Despite Executive Pay Scrutiny (Bloomberg News)

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Dennis Quaid on "Pandorum"

Maggie Rodriguez spoke to actor Dennis Quaid about his family, his new sci-fi flick "Pandorum" opening in theaters, and his experience playing Bill Clinton in a movie opening next summer.

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Inside Look - Economy Needs "Something Else"

Exclusive Interview with Columbia University Professor Joseph Stiglitz (Bloomberg News)

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Sector to Watch - Aerospace/Defense

Pentagon Launches Third Try to buy Refueling Planes, Boeing and Northrup Grumman Both Vying for Contract (Bloomberg News)

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Best New York Street Vendors

Chef Bobby Flay toured the streets of New York City for the best gourmet food vendors in the city.

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Iran is Warned About Nuclear Program

David E. Sanger of The New York Times reports on Iran having a second nuclear facility.

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More Perspective - Regulating Wall Street

From Financial Crisis to Reform - Analysis and Discussion with University of San Diego Law Professor Frank Partnoy (Bloomberg News)

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Tech Stocks to Watch - Google, Research in Motion

Google Goldmine - Employees Getting Massive Benefits Including 7.6 Million Stock Options; Research in Motion 3Q Outlook Misses Estimates, Downgraded at Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank (Bloomberg News)

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Spotlight - SkyWest

Interview with CFO Bradford Rich (Bloomberg News)

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From Store-Bought to Homemade

Chef Robin Miller, author of "Robin Rescues Dinner," shows Maggie Rodriguez how to incorporate inexpensive store-bought rotisserie chicken into an assortment of home cooked meals.

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Dividend Check 9.25

Lockheed Martin Boosts Dividend by 10.5%; McDonald's Increases Dividend; Clarcol Might Raise Dividend (Bloomberg News)

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A Conversation With Lorrie Moore

Lorrie Moore, the award-winning fiction writer, talks about her new novel, "A Gate at the Stairs," with Sam Tanenhaus, the editor of The New York Times Book Review.

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Commodities Outlook - Concerns Over New CFTC Rules

Natural Gas Bucks Trend; Further Analysis and Discussion with U.S. Commodity Funds CIO John Hyland (Bloomberg News)

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Astor Jury Deliberations

The jury will now decide if Anthony Marshall, son of the late philanthropist Brooke Astor, is guilty of stealing millions from her estate, reports Kelly Wallace.

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Inside Look - The New Rules of Wall Street

From Financial Crisis to Reform - Interview with Former SEC Chief Accountant Lynn Turner (Bloomberg News)

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Shell Outpacing BP in Production

The Race is On - Royal Dutch Shell Set to Overtake BP in Expansion, Boosting Oil & Gas Output by a Third and Spending $40 Billion (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - TALF Has Room to Grow

Fed's Exit Strategy Underway (Bloomberg News)

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Statistical Spotlight - Bottom Fishing

Stocks to Watch - Family Dollar, FPL Group, Eli Lilly, Quest Diagnostics, and Lab Corp of America Holdings (Bloomberg News)

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Rare Diagnosis Saves Life

A young woman with an unusual disease that caused her to turn yellow was saved after one doctor pinpointed her disease. Maggie Rodriguez spoke with the patient and Dr. Lisa Sanders about the case.

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Actor Arrested Over Hotel Bill

Actor Randy Quaid, brother of actor Dennis Quaid, and his wife were arrested after skipping out on a $10,000 hotel bill.

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Ask it Early- Health Savings Account

Ray Martin gives advice on Health Savings Accounts vs. Flexible Spending Accounts

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London Helicopter Heist

A manhunt is on in Sweden for robbers who stole a helicopter and used it to rob a depot. Mark Phillips reports.

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In-Depth Look - Harvard vs. Brown

Live! Coverage from Cambridge (Bloomberg News)

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Emerging Market Spotlight - Finland

Growing Finland's Economy - Interview with Finland Prime Minister Matti Vanhanen (Bloomberg News)

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The Currency Report - Japanese Yen

Japan Props Up Yen, Strengthened Beyond 90 (Bloomberg News)

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Growing Up Gotti

Exclusive: The children of infamous mob boss John Gotti spoke to 48 Hours Mystery about growing up with "The Godfather." Troy Roberts reports.

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G-20 Focus - Policy Failure Created Crisis

Live! From G-20 Summit in Pittsburgh, PA: Interview with IMF First Managing Director John Lipsky (Bloomberg News)

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International Perspective- Concerns About Prices, Valuations

Interview with Patrick Sumner of Henderson Global Investors (Bloomberg News)

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Phillips' Friend Speaks Out

Lisa D'Amato became friends with Mackenzie Phillips during their stint on the Celebrity Rehab reality show. D'Amato spoke with Maggie Rodriguez about her friendship with Mackenzie.

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Spanking May Affect IQ

Dr. Jennifer Ashton spoke with Harry Smith about a new study that showed that children who were spanked ended up with a slightly lower IQ.

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Children's Tamiflu Shortage?

Dr. Jennifer Ashton spoke with Maggie Rodriguez about a possible shortage of children's Tamiflu due to the amount of cases of H1N1.

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U.S. Terror Plots Exposed

Armen Keteyian reports on three different terror threats across the country that were busted by the FBI. Former Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge spoke on the validity of the threats.

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Protesters Greet G20 Leaders

Protests continued into the night as the G20 Summit kicked off in Pittsburgh, Pa. Susan Koeppen reports.

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Iran's Secret Nuclear Facility

During the G20 economic summit, President Obama will discuss stabilizing the world's banks, Bill Plante reports. He is also expected to demand a search for a secret nuclear facility in Iran.

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In-Depth Look - IPO Market

Interview and discussion with Kathleen Smith of the Renaissance Capital. She shares her outlook regarding about the IPO market. (Bloomberg News)

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Merck Pays 3,100 Claims

Merck pays claims over more than 3,100 deaths in Vioxx Accord. (Bloomberg News)

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Market Open 9.25

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

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In-Depth Look - World Leaders Converge At G-20

Interview and discussion with Alistair Darling, U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer. He says regulatory regime has to be far tighter. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Ratings Agencies Under Scrutiny

Interview and discussion with Joshua Rosner of the Graham Fisher & Co. talking about rating agencies under fire. (Bloomberg News)

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Sara Lee Sells Unit To Unilever

Sara Lee sells its unit to Unilever for nearly two billion dollars. (Bloomberg News)

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Ivy League Pro Prospects

Only eight current NFL players from Ivy league schools. (Bloomberg News)

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Cooking With Gas

Natural gas rebounds 58% since September 3. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - US-China Friction

Interview and discussion with Derek Scissors of the Heritage Foundation. He talks about the G-20's agenda and U.S. - China relationship. (Bloomberg News)

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McDonald's Balancing Act

McDonald's may find itself in a pickle because of Chicago's vying in the 2010 Olympics. (Bloomberg News)

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Leon Black Pushes MGM Into Bankruptcy?

A report says Leon Black pushes MGM into bankruptcy. (Bloomberg News)

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HIV Vaccine Breakthrough

Excerpts of interview with Anthony Fauci of the Natl. Institute of Allergy & Infectious Diseases talking about HIV vaccines. (Bloomberg News)

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More Students Need Aid - School Daze

Colleges need to give more financial aid to students because of the recession. (Bloomberg News)

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Video Game Software

Takeover speculations spikes shares of Electronic Arts, THQ, Take-Two. (Bloomberg News)

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Ford Build 3rd Plant In China

Ford begins its work in its $490 million factory in China (Bloomberg News)

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Twitter Valued At $1B

Twitter sets to receive funding from seven investors. (Bloomberg News)

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Stanford's Lawyers Try To Prevent Sales

Standford's lawyers wants Stanford's assets sale delayed. (Bloomberg News)

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Senators To Push Public Option

Senators push public option back into a bill making through the congress. (Bloomberg News)

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Health Care Lobby spins Revolving Door

Health care reform lobbyist outnumber lawmakers by six to one. (Bloomberg News)

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The 'Great One' Steps Down

Phoenix Cayote's coach quits, Dallas head coach to replace him. (Bloomberg News)

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O'Hair Leads Tiger By A Hair

Tiger Woods is just a stroke behind the leader, O'Hair. (Bloomberg News)

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European Market Check

European stocks kick off mixed in today's trading. (Bloomberg News)

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Asian Market Check

Asian stocks kick off mixed in today's trading. (Bloomberg News)

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Business Update- Economic doubts

Worries about the pace of an economic recovery lingered after weak factory data and a softer-than-expected housing report offset an improvement in consumer attitudes.

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Data shows reviving US home market

Tax credits and low mortgage rates help entice buyers. New home sales jump, while existing sales falter.

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Obama- Iran is "on notice"

President Barack Obama warned Iran that it was "on notice" and said it would have to "come clean" about its disputed nuclear program.

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Iran defiant over nuclear program

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said his country's nuclear program is completely legal under international rules - after western leaders threatened tough new sanctions.

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Michael Sheen takes on English football manager, Brian Clough

Michael Sheen takes on the role of famed English football coach, Brian Clough in new drama, "The Damned United".

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Bomb plot suspect flown to NY

A Colorado airport shuttle bus driver has been charged under federal anti-terrorism laws with plotting to set off explosives in the United States -- accused of preparing bomb-making materials similiar to those used in the 2005 London transit attacks

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Thousands protest at G20

Thousands marched against capitalism and the Group of 20's summit agenda on the streets of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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And Finally... Odd News, Big and Small.

The world's shortest and tallest, paper airplanes, and senior body builders.

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Abbas-Israel must freeze settlements

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas says a complete Israeli freeze of settlement activity is needed in order to "salvage" the Mideast peace process.

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Showbiz Week- Deja vu at Emmys

The top showbiz news and headlines for the week ending September 25 including deja vu at the Emmys, Jackson's "This Is It" to hit theaters, and John Travolta testifies.

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Business Update- Oil ignores Iran

Iran's admission that it is building a second uranium enrichment plant, and a subsequent rebuke from the West, did little to spark a rise in energy prices.

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G20 leaders pause for photo op

G-20 leaders pose for a class photo during meetings where the group pledged to take more control of global economic oversight.

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Swiss agree to OECD banking rules

Switzerland signs up to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development's rules for banking transperancy, after centuries of secrecy.

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Battle for votes as German election gets tighter

Chancellor Angela Merkel and her rivals are scrambling for last-minute votes ahead of an election that will decide the coalition that must pull Europe's top economy out of its worst post-war crisis. The election is shaping up to be a cliffhanger to see if Merkel, leader of the Christian Democrats (CDU), can ditch her current coalition partners, the Social Democrats (SPD), to govern instead with the pro-business Free Democrats. Duration: 01:55

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Ex-Israeli PM in court over graft charges

Former Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert made his first appearance in court on Friday to face charges of graft. As the first Israeli premier to face criminal charges in court, Olmert acknowledged at the arraignment hearing in Jerusalem that he understood the charges against him but protested his innocence. Olmert is accused of unlawfully accepting gifts of cash-stuffed envelopes from Jewish-American businessman Morris Talansky and of multiple-billing foreign trips. Duration: 00:28

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Corn's Big Year And Big Challenges

United States Department of Agriculture recently forecasts this year's output with total close to 13 billion bushels which makes corn as the second-biggest ever crop on an annual basis. (Taking Stock)

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Sarkozy- sanctions if Iran doesn't change nuke stance

French President Nicolas Sarkozy warned on Friday at the G20 in Pittsburgh that sanctions will have to be taken if Iran doesn't change nuclear stance by December. Duration: 01:04

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Guinness celebrates 250th birthday

Global showbiz celebrities and ordinary Dubliners drank to Arthur Guinness who 250 years ago signed the lease for Guinness's brewery, launching a remarkable career for his dark brew. Duration: 00:39

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Brad Pitt honoured for humanitarism

Brad Pitt prasied for his foundation's help reconstruction of The 9th Ward in New Orleans

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Iran accused of covert nuclear plant

President Obama accused Iran of building a secret nuclear fuel plant for several years and demanded that Tehran comply with international rules on nuclear nonproliferation.

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Business Update- Germany confident

Germany's forward-looking GfK consumer confidence indicator has hit a 16-month high.

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UK set for new green trains

As Britain struggles to reduce its CO2 emissions, Siemens launches its next generation of 'Desiro City' electrical trains to the UK.

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Ireland's Guinness marks 250 years

Ireland marks 250 years since Sir Arthur Guinness founding his stout beer brewery in Dublin.

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Netanyahu attacks Iran at U.N.

Israeli Prime Minister chastises U.N. members who didn't walk out during Iran leader Ahmadinejad's speech.

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Pope makes Czech visit 20 years after fall of communism

Pope Benedict XVI begins a three-day trip to the Czech Republic on Saturday. For the small community of Czech Catholics, his visit is highly anticipated. Duration: 01:48

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Germany's Obama Girl lifts election

The race for the German Bundestag reaches its final stages ahead of Sunday's election, as "Steinigirl" comes out to back chancellor candidate Frank-Walter Steinmeier through song.

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G20 leaders arrive in Pittsburgh for summit

US President Barack Obama arrived in Pittsburgh on Thursday for a summit of G20 leaders aimed at shoring up the world economy and tightening rules after the financial crisis. Duration: 00:58

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Mexican border-crossing -- an extreme sport?

Here's the scene: sirens howl while a group of Mexicans wriggle through the dirt in utter darkness, until they're accosted by sirens and wrestled to the ground. But these aren't migrants, and there is no border to cross. They are visitors to an attraction park and have paid to suffer a pretend run to the United States. Duration: 02:01

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No let up in G20 clashes

Anti-capitalism clashes gather momentum as G20 world leaders meet in Pittsburgh.

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UK celebrates design amid gloom

British clothing designer Paul Smith is recognised with 2009 London Design Medal as part of the seventh annual London Design Festival

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Ireland's Guinness marks 250 years

Ireland marks 250 years since Sir Arthur Guinness founding his stout beer brewery in Dublin.

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Court OKs Cubs Sale

A court approves Cubs sale. (Bloomberg News)

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Princess Diana, star of French president's novel

Former French president Valery Giscard d'Estaing has delighted media watchers on both sides of the Channel with a fictionalised romance between characters with an eery resemblance to himself and the late Princess Diana. Duration: 01:43

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Beijingers reflect on 60 years of communist rule

China is gearing up for a lavish celebration, under massive security, to mark the 60th anniversary of Communist rule. People who remember the events of October 1, 1949 recount their experiences. Duration 01:57

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Moroccan wine is building international following

The grape harvest is nearing completion in Morocco, a Muslim country with a wine-making tradition that goes back 2,500 years. The North African country has slowly expanded its vineyards and improved the quality of its vintages, building a following beyond its borders. Duration: 01:43

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Street clashes as police disperse G20 protesters

US police fired pepper spray and non-lethal rounds Thursday and deployed loudspeakers blasting piercing sound waves to repel anarchist youths marching on the G20 summit. Duration 00:45

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Venice gets its first female gondolier

Giorgia Boscolo is still a trainee but she's about to become Venice's first female gondolier, breaking with 900 years of male-dominated tradition. Duration: 01:38

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Obama chides Iran over nuclear plant

U.S. President Barack Obama accused Iran on Friday of building a secret nuclear fuel plant for several years.

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Celebirites flock to Milan for fashion

Janet Jackson, Roger Federer and Zhang Ziyi are among the familiar faces at Giorgio Armani's Milan Fashion Show

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Ireland's Guinness marks 250 years

Ireland marks 250 years since Sir Arthur Guinness founding his stout beer brewery in Dublin.

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Stars toast 250 years of Guinness

Celebrities and pub-goers mark 250 years since Sir Arthur Guinness founded one of the world's most enduring drinks brands.

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G-20 Crackdown On Banker Pay?

G-20 summit in Pittsburgh cracks down banker pay and tighter capital requirements. (Bloomberg News)

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Powerful women in Hollywood honored

Maria Bello, Anne Hathaway and Christina Aguilera among the "A-list" stars recognized at a luncheon for their philanthropy

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Olmert trial begins

Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert faces five years in jail if found guilty of corruption.

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S. Koreans prepare for reunions

One hundred South Koreans prepare to meet their family members left in the North after half-a-century.

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Beijing explosion destroys restaurant

A central Beijing restaurant collapses after an explosion, burying people in debris, Chinese state media says.

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Mao friend recalls Chairman

Sidney Rittenberg, a former friend and occasional interpreter for China's late Chairman Mao, recalls the "madness" of his era.

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Business Update- Nomura, shares fall

Investors rushed to sell top Japanese brokerage Nomura, after saying it would raise up to $5.6 billion in a share sale.

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EU to hit China with tariffs-RPT

Chinese media report the EU will impose 5-year anti-dumping tariffs on Chinese aluminium and steel piping.

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Record 8.7kg baby born in Indonesia

An Indonesian woman has given birth to the heaviest newborn in the world, according to doctors, weighing in at 8.7 kg or about 19 pounds.

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Police and youths clash in Athens

Greece sees yet another night of violent protest in the streets of the capital.

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