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Monday, October 5, 2009

Erin Andrews' Stalker Charged

Insurance salesman Michael David Barrett, accused of secretly taping ESPN Reporter Erin Andrews, could face a fine of $250 thousand and a prison term of5 years if convicted. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Peephole Suspect in Court

Insurance salesman Michael David Barrett, accused of secretly taping ESPN Reporter Erin Andrews, could face a fine of $250 thousand and a prison term of5 years if convicted. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Erin Andrews Stalker Charged

Insurance salesman Michael David Barrett, accused of secretly taping ESPN Reporter Erin Andrews, could face a fine of $250 thousand and a prison term of5 years if convicted. Dean Reynolds reports.

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In-Depth Look - Jobs Won't Recover Until 2017

Interview and discussions with Joseph Seneca of the Rutgers University. He talks about their study about job recovery. (Bloomberg News)

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H1N1 Vaccine Ready

Harry Smith spoke with Dr. Jennifer Ashton about who should receive the H1N1 flu vaccine and risks to watch for.

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Grandma Fights Bear with Pillow

CBS Exclusive: Harry Smith spoke with a Colo. grandmother who fought off a bear in her bedroom with a pillow.

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Taking on David Letterman

David Letterman's staffers who were sexually involved with the host are identified, Bianca Solorzano reports. The attorney for the CBS News employee Robert Halderman spoke on his client's case.

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Study: Autism More Prevalent

A new study shows that more than 1 percent of children have Autism, more than previously reported. Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports.

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Rethinking Afghan Strategy

President Obama is mulling over whether or not to send thousands more troops to Afghanistan after insurgent attacks increase. Mandy Clark reports.

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In-Depth Look - Bond Sales Rise As Credit Markets Heal

Interview and discussions with Mark Bamford of the Barclays Capital. He shares his insights regarding the credit market revival. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Bond Sales Rise As Credit Markets Heal

Interview and discussions with Mark Bamford of the Barclays Capital. He shares his insights regarding the credit market revival. (Bloomberg News)

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Afghanistan: The Road Ahead

Katie Couric spoke with Harry Smith about a new "CBS Evening News" series that will cover all aspects of the war in Afghanistan.

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More Calif. Wildfires

Thousands were evacuated after a wildfire broke out near Los Angeles, driven by high winds. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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In-Depth Look - Confidence In The Credit Market

Interview and discussions with Dominic Konstam of the Credit Suisse, sharing his thoughts regarding the economic growth. (Bloomberg News)

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Sell Citi Now - Alwaleed To US

Saudi Prince Alwaleed urges U.S. to sell Citi within this year. (Bloomberg News)

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Disney Cuts Production At Miramax

Walt Disney plans to cut Miramax productions. (Bloomberg News)

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HSBC Sells NYC Headquarters

HSBC plans to sell its New York office for about $330 million. (Bloomberg News)

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Geely, Crown Group Compete For Volvo

Crown group challenges Geely's bid for Volvo. (Bloomberg News)

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Zombieland Kills The Competition

Zombieland tops weekend's blockbusters putting "Cloudy w/Meatballs" in second place. (Bloomberg News)

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Jobless "New Normal" - El-Erian

El-Elrian says the large and protracted rise in joblessness might stay for years. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Economic Outlook

Interview and discussion with Pascal Lamy of the WTO Director General. He says the world trade is picking up. (Bloomberg News)

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Goldman Could Gain $1B If CIT Goes Bankrupt

Goldman Sachs might gain one billion dollars if C.I.T goes bankrupt. (Bloomberg News)

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Socialists Win Big In Greece

George Papandreou was named Greece new Prime Minister. (Bloomberg News)

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Italy's Top Court To Examine Shield Law

Italy's Prime Minister in front of two corruption charges. (Bloomberg News)

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CIT CEO Peek May Face Pink Slip

C.I.T. may remove its C.E.O. because of their board expansion. (Bloomberg News)

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A-Rod Sets A.L. Record

Yankees' A-Rod sets an American League record. (Bloomberg News)

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Patriots Shoot Down Ravens

Patriots beats Ravens with 27 - 21. (Bloomberg News)

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Markets Rise Too Much, Too Fast - Roubini

An excerpt of interview with Nouriel Roubini of the N.Y.U. Stern School of Business, talking about the economic growth. (Bloomberg News)

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The Simmons Flip

For decades, Simmons Bedding Company, an iconic American business, was a prized holding for top private equity firms. But the mattress maker has fallen into bankruptcy for the first time in its 139 years.

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Less Leg Room

Cathay's operating losses $99 million in June and passenger yields down by 20%. (The Trade)

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Making Mexico City's empty lots blossom

In Mexico City, urban gardeners are turning blighted city lots into small but bountiful harvests where carefully planted crops are replacing piles of trash. Duration: 01:30

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Bobby Flay

Bobby Flay stops by to teach how to make the perfect burger. Get all the insider tips here on Better.

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Farmers protest for EU dairy aid

Farmers on tractors brought traffic to a standstill on Monday in Brussels, where EU farm ministers were meeting to discuss giving aid to the dairy industry. Duration: 00:34

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Erotokritos returns to Paris catwalk

Designer Erotokritos has returned to Paris Fashion Week with his signature sexy sophisticates after a decade of developing his business far from the catwalk. Duration: 01:20

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Aid groups struggle to deliver to Indonesian quake victims

Caught in relentless downpours, with only sporadic electricity and faulty communication, international charities are struggling to set up field hospitals, distribute aid and tend to thousands of Indonesia's quake victims. Duration: 02:01

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Four dead in attack on UN compound in Pakistan

Three Pakistanis and an Iraqi national were killed Monday when a suicide bomber struck inside a heavily-fortified UN office in the heart of the Pakistani capital Islamabad. Police officers said they were investigating how the bomber managed to breach strict security measures and walk into the offices of the World Food Programme and detonate about eight kilograms of explosives. Duration: 01:02

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Economy stalls in Russian auto town

Russian carmaker Avtovaz, producer of the famed Lada line, has suffered a plunge in demand as consumers tighten their belts and it has announced layoff of a quarter of its employees. For the one-company town of Tolyatti, the news spells disaster. Duration: 02:14

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Indonesia calls off rescue efforts in quake-hit city

The search for survivors in the earthquake-ravaged Indonesian city of Padang has been called off, five days after a 7.6-magnitude earth tremor struck the island of Sumatra killing at least 1,100 people. Duration: 00:38.

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Wild honey returns to Polish forests

The age-old tradition in Poland of scavenging the forests for wild honey was progressively abandoned more than a century ago in favour of beekeepers' hives. But one group is attempting to renew with the taste of honey from the forests. Duration: 01:57

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Last words from murdered Franco-Spanish journalist

The documentary filmed by murdered Franco-Spanish journalist Christian Poveda is being released in Europe this month. "La Vida Loca," looks at the Mara 18 gang, whose heavily-tattooed members engage in drug trafficking and extortion. Poveda was gunned down in September in a gang-ridden suburb in El Salvador. The Salvadorian director, Julio Lopez, conducted an interview with Poveda just hours before his death. Duration: 02:56

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Mare's milk hailed as a nutty, healthy treat

If you're tired of adding regular milk to your coffee, why not get with the latest trend and try...horse's milk. Produced by a small number of organic farms, it may not be cheap, but it's known for its nutty taste and is credited with a range of therapeutic benefits. At one farm in northwest France, farmers say their mare's milk is so popular, they're now ready to expand. Duration: 02:00

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Losing Kenya's Lake Naivasha

Lake Naivasha, at the head of the Great Rift Valley, is one of Kenya's most popular natural attractions -- but it may not be there for much longer. Water levels are dropping fast, with a devastating effect on the region's wildlife. But while some put the problems down to climate change, others point the finger at the intensive horticulture around the shore, with farms siphoning the lake's water to grow roses. Duration: 02:24

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Trio win Nobel Medicine Prize for research into ageing

Australian-American researcher Elizabeth Blackburn and Carol Greider and Jack Szostak of the United States won the Nobel Medicine Prize on Monday for identifying a key switch in cellular ageing. Duration: 00:37

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10-05: Walleye Training Camp

Walleye coach Nick Vitucci and player Brock Wilson discuss the new Lucas County Arena.

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No Lycra please, we're British

Figure-hugging Lycra is barred from the UK's Brompton folding bike world championships for jackets and ties.

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Kim and Wen's night at the opera

North Korea's secretive leader Kim Jong-il accompanies visiting Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to a Korean opera performance.

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Deadly Thai train derailment

At least seven people are dead after a train derailed in the Thai coastal resort of Hua Hin.

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Bomb targets UN in Islamabad

The World Food Programme's offices in the Pakistani capital are hit in a deadly suspected suicide attack.

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Indonesian schools reopen after quake

Students attend classes in makeshift classrooms in Padang, Indonesia as some schools reopen just days after the area was ravaged by a powerful earthquake.

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Greek socialists in landslide win

Greece's conservative Prime Minister concedes defeat and quits as head of his party as his Socialist rivals live up to poll predictions.

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Iran agrees date for nuclear check

Ahmadinejad agrees to International Atomic Energy Agency inspection of Qom uranium enrichment site after talks with agency head, Mohamed El Baradei.

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Business Update: Asian markets low

Asian financial markets steady near three-week lows, after weaker-than-expected U.S. jobs data spooked investors on pace of global economic recovery.

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China suitmaker wins Buffett biz

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett praises a Chinese suitmaker, sending its shares soaring.

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Vital Questions for Senators

Katie Couric speaks with Senator John Kerry and Senator John McCain about problems with the U.S. Afghan strategy, the limits of U.S. power and what it can accomplish and also what success looks like.

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Who Are the Taliban?

As U.S. military forces continue to fight in Afghanistan, CBS News takes an in-depth look at the covert operations of the Taliban, one of America's greatest enemies. Lara Logan reports from Kabul.

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Treacherous Battlefield

For years, U.S. forces have faced two major enemies in Afghanistan, the Taliban and the terrain. The country is huge and battlefield is diverse with many treacherous mountains. Katie Couric reports.

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Not Enough Troops?

Two deadly ambushes in Afghanistan left 9 U.S. soldiers dead. Critics say the ambushes were the tragic and inevitable result of having too few troops, and as David Martin reports in this exclusive, it's under investigation.

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History of U.S. & Afghanistan

Since 1998, the U.S. has been pressuring the Taliban to hand over al Qaeda leadership. Now, the Taliban resides in 80% of Afghanistan. Katie Couric reflects how the U.S. ended up at war with the Taliban.

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Westwood collection tackles environment

British designer Vivienne Westwood uses the catwalk to vehicle her views on global warming

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Forbidden Art in China

Chinese officials zealously guard the image of Chairman Mao, but that has not stopped young artists from reinterpreting his image amidst a thriving underground art scene.

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U.S. Troops Ambushed

As the fighting intensifies between U.S. and Taliban forces in Afghanistan, CBS News' Mandy Clark reports that American troops have recently suffered a series of devastating losses in the region.

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U.S. trio wins Nobel for medicine

Boston-based Jack Szostak and two other American researchers won the Nobel prize for medicine for revealing the existence and nature of telomerase, an enzyme which helps prevent the fraying of chromosomes that underlies aging and cancer.

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Patchwork Pumpkins

In just a few days it will be time to pick that perfect pumpkin. But, if you are tired of the same old carving experience, join Better as we go over a few ways to mix it up.

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Baby Checkup Tips

When babies are first born, new moms become regulars at the doctor's office. Hopefully you can trust your pediatrician. Better joins Parents magazine to answer some questions that may come up in the new process.

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Kids in the Kitchen

It is up to parents to keep kids safe in the kitchen. Learn how to keep your kids protected from burns and spills.

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David Duchovny on Californication

Californication is now in a third season, and David Duchovny is back as Hank Moody. Duchovny joins Better to talk about playing Hank and the direction the series is going at this point.

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Pan-Baked Lemon-Almond Tart

Mark Bittman makes a light and delicious dessert.

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Oleanna

We talk with Julia Stiles and Bill Pullman about their new production of David Mamet's Oleanna. Join Better to get the scoop and get caught up in this artful story.

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Ali Jackson - Jazz Drummer

Ali Jackson shares some of his virtuoso talent with Better. Take a look and see how fast this man can keep a beat. Ali Jackson is at the Jazz Standard in New York City.

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Rachel Barton Pine

She's a critically acclaimed classical artist who has a penchant for heavy metal. We caught up with the violinist after rehearsals in New York City to talk about her love of music and what no other living person has been able to do.

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California fire threatens resort

A wildfire fanned by southern California's erratic winds is chasing thousands from their homes in a mountaintop resort town 80 miles east of Los Angeles.

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Business Update: Time to go digital

Magazine publisher Time Inc. is hoping to build on the popularity of electronic book readers with plans to form a consortium aimed at launching a digital newstand for mobile devices.

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Euro milk protest gets heated

Protesting milk farmers converge on the Belgian capital as EU agriculture ministers meet to debate regulating dairy market.

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Westwood collection tackles environment

British designer Vivienne Westwood uses the catwalk to vehicle her views on global warming.

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Racing with the Greatest of Ease

Red Bull Hosts Race for Daredevil Pilots (Bloomberg News)

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Special Report - A New Gold Rush

Spotlight on Sandboarding in South Africa (Bloomberg News)

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Sports News Briefs

Tim Tebow Not Cleared to Return to Practice; Eli Manning Has MRI on Heel; MLB's Best Bang for the Buck - A Break Down (Bloomberg News)

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Surfing into the record books

More than 100 surfers attempt to break a world record for the biggest number of people surfing together.

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In-Depth Look - Advising President Obama

Inside the Crisis - Interview with New Yorker Washington Correspondent Ryan Lizza (Bloomberg News)

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Notebook: Afghan Strategy

Katie Couric discusses the U.S. military presence in Afghanistan, as President Barack Obama stands at the focus of a critical decision regarding levels of troop deployment.

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Econwatch: Spooky October

On this week's "Econwatch", CBSMoneywatch.com's Jill Schlesinger speaks about upcoming earning season, the spooky market month of October, and the past economic year. CBSNews.com's Dan Farber reports.

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In-Depth Look - Regulating Derivatives Market

Policing Commodity Swaps - CFTC May Get More Authority (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Blackstone's New Deal

Buyouts Back in Business - Blackstone Eyes Amusement Parks (Bloomberg News)

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Islamabad bomber on CCTV

Closed circuit TV footage shows a suicide bomb suspect entering UN offices moments before a deadly explosion.

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Economic Expectations - Regulations "Not Biting"

Analysis and Discussion with University of Chicago Finance Professor Luigi Zingales (Bloomberg News)

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Greek socialists in landslide win

Greece's conservative Prime Minister concedes defeat and quits as head of his party as his Socialist rivals live up to poll predictions.

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10-05: Walleye Training Camp

Walleye coach Nick Vitucci and player Brock Wilson discuss the new downtown Toledo Lucas County arena.

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Market Close 10.5

S&P Rises 1.5%; Dow Rises 1.2%; Nasdaq Rises 1%; Financials Lead S&P After Goldman Favors Large Banks; Caterpillar to Raise Prices of Machinery by 2%; Microsoft CEO Says Bing Remains Lackluster Despite Gaining Market Share (Bloomberg News)

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The Arabic funny business of Talasim

The Amman-based comedy website has been thrust into the international spotlight after winning 50 thousand euros in funding at the recent Seedcamp competition in London.

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Lohan steals Paris limelight

Lindsay Lohan has lived up to her reputation as Hollywood's top party girl with a debut collection for Parisian fashion house Emanuel Ungaro.

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Spotlight - Starwood Hotels & Resorts

Live! From NYSE Trading Floor: Interview with Starwood CEO Fritz van Paasschen (Bloomberg News)

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New U.S. bid to buy Volvo

U.S. consortium bids for Volvo as Dior steps out with positive outlook and Euroshares look up.

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New Japanese PM struts the catwalk

Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama and his flamboyant wife Miyuki take the runway during a charity fashion show in Tokyo.

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China-N.Korea in new courtship

A rare visit to North Korea by Chinese premier Wen Jiabao brings promises of stronger bonds with the isolated state.

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Zombieland a monster hit

The latest celebrity and entertainment headlines including 'Zombieland' smashes the box office, Lady Gaga plans solo tour and Roman Polanski's settlement deal.

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Technology News Briefs

Texas Instruments Not Picking a Fight with Intel; Microsoft Continues to Break Through New Ground as Bing Gains Market Share; Cisco CEO John Chambers Hints at Deals to Come; Cisco Teams up with Salesforce.com, Will Offer Call-Center Service (Bloomberg News)

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Greece's PM-elect offers recovery

Having won an overwhelming victory in Greece's general election, Socialist Party leader George Papandreou says he plans to lead the country on a course of economic recovery.

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Sector to Watch - Fertilizer Stocks

Struggling Fertilizer Stocks - Potash Cuts 2010 Forecast; A Rebound in Income Will Come "If" China Completes Talks with Producers Over Prices (Bloomberg News)

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Commodities Outlook - Gold to Reach $1,200?

Commodities Gain on Weaker Dollar; Gold Performance vs. Other Precious Metals - Analysis and Discussion with Ralph Preston of Heritage West Financial (Bloomberg News)

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Young Americans Are the Happiest

Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index data reveal that happiness is highest among younger Americans and lowest for those in their 50s and late 80s.

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Early Backstage: Michael Chiarello

Adam "The Audience Guy" spoke with renowned Italian chef Michael Chiarello about inspired his cooking career.

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The New Google Wave

Shira Lazar takes a look at Google Wave, a collaboration and communication tool that can be used as a form of instant messenger or as an e-mail replacement.

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Samoan tsunami dead mourned

Samoans gather at churches across the country to mourn those who died in several powerful tsunamis that devestated areas in Samoa, American Samoa and neighbouring Tonga.

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Market Outlook - Trends Now Bearish as Traders Change Minds

Bear Market Signs - Analysis and Discussion with Elliott Wave International Founder/CEO Robert Prechter (Bloomberg News)

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Update - Latest on Healthcare Reform

Can Baucus Get Full Democratic Support? (Bloomberg News)

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Today in Washington - Supreme Court Begins New Term

Supreme Court Reviews "Business Methods" (Bloomberg News)

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Emerging Market Spotlight - Brazil

Impact of Brazil's Olympic Win - Analysis and Discussion with Gregory Dennis of Citigroup (Bloomberg News)

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On The Street: Living Forever

In The Future of Us, we looked at the astonishing strides being made in life expectancy. Our new Tomorrow Show correspondent Shira Lazar hit the streets of Los Angeles to find out how strong the desire is to live forever.

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Mona Lisa & Freedom Frites

McDonald's Now Available in Louvre (Bloomberg News)

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Dividend Check 10.5

New Dividend Forecast - Diamond Foods Expected to Raise Dividend 33% to $0.06/share (Bloomberg News)

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Boeing and Airbus Production Soars, But Turbulence Ahead

According to Bloomberg Survey, Production Cuts Loom; Future vs Now - Airbus and Boeing Defy Recession; "Rendezvous with Reality" - Too Much Capacity; 2009 Global Air Traffic Falls 9% (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Broadcast Bronze for Olympics

Chicago Loses Bid for 2016 Olympic Games to Rio De Janeiro

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In-Depth Look - Adding Up 3Q Earnings

Top Line vs Bottom Line in 3Q Earnings; Cost Cutting vs. Revenues - Further Analysis and Discussion with Howard Silverblatt of S&P (Bloomberg News)

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Storm soaks Philippines and Taiwan.

A powerful storm hovered off the Philippines' northwestern coast, two days after killing 22 people and dumping rain on Taiwan.

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The Currency Report - U.S. Dollar

G-7 Leaves Dollar Weaker - No Relief for the Buck vs Euro (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Stiglitz Still Pessimistic on Economy

Live! From Istanbul, Turkey: Interview with Jospeh Stiglitz

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Inside Look - Two Worlds Collide

Comments from Deutsche Bank CEO Josef Ackerman - Interview with French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde (Bloomberg News)

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International Perspective - Nobody Cares About G-7

Live! From Istanbul, Turkey: Interview with Goldman Sachs Chief Economist Jim O'Neill (Bloomberg News)

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The "No Impact Man"

Author Colin Beavan spoke to Harry Smith about his new documentary and book "No-Impact Man" based on a one year experiment to live life with his family with as little environmental impact as possible.

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In-Depth Look - ISM Non-Manufacturing Index Rises

Interview and discussions with Guy LeBas of the Janney Montgomery Scott. He gives his reactions to the growing non-manufacturing index. (Bloomberg News)

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Michael Chiarello's Perfect Pasta

Chef and Food Network TV Host Michael Chiarello spoke to The Early Show anchors about how to make the perfect pasta in honor of national pasta month.

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Market Open 10.5

Suzanne O'Halloran is live in the New York Stocks Exchange. Stocks are set to kick off slightly higher. (Bloomberg News)

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Christian Siriano's "Fierce Style"

Designer Christian Siriano spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about his new book "Fierce Style" and what it means to be fierce, fabulous or ferosh.

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No Way Home: On the Road

Dave Price traveled down the roads of the American West via a mobile home and semi-truck.

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In-Depth Look - "TARP Cop" Releases Audit

Interview and discussions with the TARP Special Inspector General, Neil Barofsky. He says the Fed helps economy to pull back from brink. (Bloomberg News)

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No Way Home: Journey Begins

Dave Price got from Calif. to New Mexico with a little help from friends he met on Twitter.

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In-Depth Look - Dollar Weakness

Interview and discussions with Geoffrey Yu of the U.B.S. AG. He talks about the G-7 summit impact to the U.S. currency. (Bloomberg News)

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New Lipo Builds Better Body

Maggie Rodriguez spoke to plastic surgeon Dr. John Millard and his 44-year-old patient Caroline Mankey about a new procedure that transfers one's own fat from one part of the body to another.

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California's $4.5B Bond Deal

California plans to burrow $4.5 billion to survive its unemployment and credit crisis. (Bloomberg News)

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The $100B Media Monster? - Google

Google's C.E.O. predicts its company to be a $100 billion media company. (Bloomberg News)

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Website Assurance

Analysis and discussion with Founder and Executive Director of Online Trust Alliance Craig Spiezle; 80% of internet users have outdated browsers and email authentication is the key to online security. (Asia Confidential)

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Toymakers play it safe

Consumers will find a lot of familiar toys this holiday season as the toy industry plays it safe.

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The Hidden Price of Pre-paid Debit

Pre-paid debit cards are among the fastest growing products in the banking industry. But there's a catch: many of these cards come with a laundry list of hidden fees.

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Health workers get H1N1 vaccine

Healthcare workers in Indiana and Tennessee are among the first people to receive H1N1 flu vaccine in the United States.

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Business Update: Signs of hope

The large U.S. services industry surprised economists with the fastest expansion in 16 months, according to data released on Monday.

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Harley-Davidson To Test Indian Road

One of the Harley-Davidson's first five dealerships is set to open in India. (The Trade)

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Joint patrols building trust in Iraq?

U.S. officials are hoping joint patrols between Iraq's Arab-led army and Kurdish troops will build trust between them.

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Banking Mergers And Acquisitions Inevitable

Analysis and discussion with CEO of SG Private Banking Daniel Truchi; The banking system gets better, there is more liquidity and there is a push to consolidate or to purchase some banks with the same pattern. (The Trade)

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Trio of Americans win Nobel Medicine

Three Americans win the Nobel prize for medicine for discovering telomerase, an enzyme which helps prevent the fraying of chromosomes that underlies aging and cancer.

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RBA To Hike Rates

Reserve Bank of Australia is likely to be the first in Asia to hike rates this year. (The Trade)

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HSBC Sets Its Sight On Emerging Markets

HSBC private bank to focus on emerging markets for acquisitions. (The Trade)

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Talk of the Town: Winnie the Pooh is back

The latest entertainment and celebrity headlines including Winnie the Pooh returns, Kylie dazzles in LA and Merecedes Sosa dies.

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Daredevil Aerial Acrobatics

A record of 800,000 people line up along the Waterfront in Barcelona to watch the final event of the Red Bull stunt season. (The Trade)

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Kylie Minogue comes to America

Pop star Kylie Minogue hits Hollywood in her first American concert tour

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Goldman Upgrades Banks

Goldman Sachs raises its outlook on large U.S. banks. (The Trade)

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Doom And Gloom At IMF Meeting

Doom, gloom and outright misery is the general outlook of the annual meeting of the IMF and World Bank in Turkey. (The Trade)

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Computer-Memory Chip Market Slump Is Over

Global chip sales advance 5% in August which is in sixth monthly gain. (The Trade)

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Stocks To Watch

Australian banks rise and Samsung Electronics sees profit for third quarter. (The Trade)

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US deaths play up Afghan stakes

The war continues in Afghanistan, while debate over the war proceeds inside the White House.

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Automakers Lead Japanese Stocks Up

Automakers plan to share sales to raise as much as $1.1 billion. (The Trade)

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Evening News Online, 10.05.09

Monday: A special edition of the "CBS Evening News" featuring exclusive in-depth coverage of the ongoing war between the U.S. and Taliban forces in Afghanistan.

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Talk of the Town

The latest entertainment and celebrity headlines including Winnie the Pooh returns, Kylie dazzles in LA and Mercedes Sosa dies.

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Amid cuts, some US firms are hiring

As job losses mount and the US unemployment rate holds at 9.8%, Careerbuilder.com names several companies that say they are hiring.

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Critical Questions for Senators

Katie Couric speaks with Senator John Kerry and Senator John McCain about problems with the U.S. Afghan strategy, the limits of U.S. power and what it can accomplish and also what success looks like.

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