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Tuesday, October 6, 2009

On Banks And The Dollar

Analysis and discussion with Chairman and CEO of Amplitude Capital Karsten Schroeder; Increasing the debt is a major question and America may have to sacrifice the currency, let the dollar devalues and let the economy bear the brunt of interest rate hike. (Asia Confidential)

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Bonus Comeback

36% expect bigger annual bonuses, 11% expect bonus to jump by half and 83% expect some bonus. (Asia Confidential)

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Equities Investment Strategy

Analysis and discussion with Managing Director of Superfund Johann Santer; Be cautious on emerging markets. (Asia Confidential)

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Asia Plagued By Natural Disasters

Northern Philippines is being hit by typhoon Pharma; China prepares for typhoon Melor; Indonesian quake survivors begin to rebuild their lives. (The Trade)

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HSBC Plans To List In Shanghai

Analysis and discussion with Head of HSBC Hong Kong, China Peter Wong; The growing economy of HSBC plans to list in Shanghai and is on a very good track to list but the timing depends on the regulation. (The Trade)

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Clean Technology Market Investments

Climate change, changes in government policies, desire for energy security and growing water shortages are the main reasons to invest in Green Stocks. (The Trade)

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Airline Emissions

Air Transport industry proposes cutting emissions 50% by 2050. (The Trade)

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Gold Glitters The Longest

Gold reaches a record to $1,045, the longest rally since 1948. (The Trade)

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Evening News Online, 10.06.09

Tuesday: The continuation of the CBS News special series, "The Road Ahead," featuring in-depth coverage of the U.S. war in Afghanistan; Plus, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

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Deutsche Bank Bearish On U.S. Banks

Deutsche Bank predicts more than half of the banks it covers may report a loss. (The Trade)

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South Korea's Electronics Makers Up

Electronics makers in South Korea benefit from Japan's strong yen policy. (The Trade)

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Down Under Rally In Gold Producers

Gold miners rally following gold futures in New York trading and weakness in greenback suggests that gold prices will continue to climb. (The Trade)

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Japanese Commodity Stocks Rise

Weak dollar makes commodities more attractive in Japan. (The Trade)

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The Three Deli Men

The legacy of Hobby's Delicatessen, one of the last remaining traditional delis in Newark, N.J., which has been in the Brummer family since 1962.

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Rebuilding Taliban Country

There is a success story in the making in southern Afghanistan. U.S. Marines take back a town from the Taliban. Now the really hard work begins, Terry McCarthy reports.

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Hillary Clinton In Depth

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton sits down with Katie Couric to discuss the immediate ramifications and long-term effects of President Obama's decisions for Afghanistan.

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Clinton On New Strategies

Katie Couric speaks with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton about President Karzai's impact on Afghanistan, the timetable of the current war and the mindset of the Afghan people.

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Candid Talk on Afghan War

General Stanley McChrystal was rebuked for saying success in Afghanistan will require additional troops and a new way of operating. David Martin speaks with the top U.S. commander in the region.

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Chances Lost in Afghanistan

Osama bin Laden remains at large with a $50 million bounty on his head. Tora Bora was a missed opportunity for the U.S. to capture him, but it wasn't the last. Lara Logan reports.

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Taliban Rise From Afghan Chaos

There's a reason Afghanistan is known as the "graveyard of empires." No superpower has ever won a war there. The Russians tried - which is how the U.S. first got involved, Katie Couric reports.

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Clinton and The Road Ahead

As part of the CBS News "Road Ahead" series, Katie Couric speaks with U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton about the future of the U.S. military presence in Afghanistan.

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Obama's Afghan Dilemma

With increasing political and public pressure, President Barack Obama now faces a difficult decision regarding U.S. troop deployment levels in Afghanistan. Chip Reid reports.

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Is Brazil escaping the economic crisis?

Brazil's president predicted that the crises in the country would be moderate in this resource-rich Latin American country. In August, unemployment hit record lows and Brazil witnessed highest rate of job creation in 17 years. Duration: 01:41

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Hawaiian Nairagi Poke

Take a bite! Award winning Chef Mavro show us how to make his authentic Hawaiian Poke. It is a delicious seafood dish that anyone can make in the comfort of their own kitchen.

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Home Skin Care

Better offers inexpensive alternatives to the dermatologist for the beauty savvy folks who have had to cut the budget in this tough economy.

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Private Little Candy Land

Learn how to decorate your walkway with pumpkins crafted to look like piece of hard candy.

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Bathroom Safety

Hot water from the tap can be dangerous to young children. Learn the best ways to prevent burning and scalding in the bathroom.

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Francis Ford Coppola presents 'Tetro'

Legendary US director Francis Ford Coppola and Taiwanese filmmaker Ang Lee are the star attractions at this year's Beirut International Film Festival, which showcases films from across the globe. A day ahead of Wednesday's opening, Coppola spoke about his latest production "Tetro," the story of two brothers reunited after a 10-year separation. Duration: 00:59

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Sponsored Trips

Anyone can do it, but it takes research and planning. Find out how to take advantage of your passions to find sponsors for a trip anywhere in the world.

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The Menopause Book

Over thirty-seven million women are looking for up to the minute comprehensive advice on one of the most significant transitions in their life: menopause. Better has some tips on what to expect from menopause and how to deal with it when it comes.

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Wedding Trends

Where you go to get the latest in bridal style? Well, where all the celebrities live of course, Beverly Hills. Better heads to the west coast to get the latest on upcoming trends and destination weddings.

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Haunting Halloween Locations

From theme parks to haunted hotels; Better has the scoop on all the greatest places to get a fright or find delight this holiday season.

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Sector Focus - Digital Media

Powering Up Digital Media - Analysis and Discussion with Barbara Coffey of Kaufman Brothers

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Spotlight - El Al Israel Airlines

Clear Skies Ahead for Airline Industry - Interview with El Al North & Central America CEO Offer Gat (Taking Stock)

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Congressional Job Approval Slides to 21%

The percentage of Americans who approve of the way Congress is handling its job fell to 21% in October, from 31% in late August, with the biggest decline coming among Democrats.

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Inside Look - Five Ways to Smell a Financial Rat

Interview with Kenneth Fisher, Author of "How to Smell a Rat: The Five Signs of Financial Fraud" (Taking Stock)

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First Look - Craz-E Burger

At 1500 Calories, Craz-E Burger Packs a Punch (Bloomberg News)

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Sports News Briefs

Twins and Tigers Set to Tussle, Winner to Take on Yankees in Playoffs; Rush Limbaugh in Bid to Buy St. Louis Rams; NBA to Add Employees Overseas; 2K Sports Celebrates 10 Years with New Limited Edition NBA 2K10 (Bloomberg News)

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Hugh Jackman: More Wolverine?

Actor Hugh Jackman spoke with Katie Couric about the possibility of another Wolverine movie.

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The Rodarte Sisters Come to Paris

Laura and Kate Mulleavy of Rodarte are showing their art, as well as their clothing, in the Colette concept store.

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Jackman on Fighting in His Sleep

The jovial Hugh Jackman gives Katie Couric a surprising answer to her query about being cranky.

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In-Depth Look - Smartphone Competition

Should Apple Be Worried that Android Phones Could Impact iPhone Sales? - Analysis and Discussion with Brian Marshall of Broadpoint AmTech (Bloomberg News)

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@katiecouric: Hugh Jackman

After blockbuster roles in X-Men and Wolverine, actor Hugh Jackman is playing to sold-out Broadway crowds in A Steady Rain. He talks about the cell phone incident, future movies and Daniel Craig.

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The Hidden Price of Prepaid Debit

Prepaid 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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In-Depth Look - Reverse Mortgages

Reverse Mortgages May Be "Subprime Revisited" (Bloomberg News)

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Notebook: Gen. McChrystal

Katie Couric discusses that Gen. McChrystal is taking heat for expressing his view that the situation in Afghanistan is deteriorating. The White House should remain open to all informed opinions.

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In-Depth Look - California's Municipal Troubles

California Tries to Save Muni Market (Bloomberg News)

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Phoebe Philo Returns to Fashion

Designing for Celine, Phoebe Philo gives simplicity a gloss of glamour in a collection that has a strong military feel.

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Market Close 10.6

S&P and Dow Each Rise 1.4%, Nasdaq Rises 1.7%; Gold Hits Record, Stocks Surge; Hartford Financial Shares Rise 7.9% on UBS Note; Boeing to Report 3Q Charge Related to 747 Freighter; Hospitals Ordering Less Devices (Bloomberg News)

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Dividend Check 10.6

New Dividend Forecast - VF Corp. May Raise Dividend by 2% (Bloomberg News)

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Hugh Jackman: the Cell Phone Incident

Hugh Jackman explains to Katie Couric about breaking the fourth wall during a recent performance on Broadway in A Steady Rain when a patron's mobile phone rings twice during an important scene.

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International Perspective - European Bank Strength

HSBC Chairman Says Slump is Over; SocGen Looks to Raise $7.1 Billion - Analysis and Discussion with Financial Times U.S. Lex Editor Stuart Kirk (Bloomberg News)

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Letterman Scandal Leads to Big Ratings

According to Nielsen, "Late Show with David Letterman" Netted a 4.2 Rating Last Night (Bloomberg News)

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Special Report - Harley Hits India

Harley Davidson Plans to Open Up Five Dealerships in India (Bloomberg News)

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Housing News Briefs

Another Shoe - Reverse Mortgages; Hotel Foreclosures Surge in California; Renter's Market Shaken Up as Apartment Vacancies Rise to 23-Year High (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Canadian Banks Adding to Payrolls

Wall Street vs. Bay Street - Analysis and Discussion with Financial Services Recruiter Bill Vlaad (Bloomberg News)

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Dog Rescued From Manhole

It was quite a morning for a 6-month-old Black Lab who found himself trapped in a manhole and no way to get out. As KTVT's Doug Dunbar reports, animal control came to the rescue.

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In-Depth Look - Winners & Losers of Healthcare Reform

Potential Winners - Drugmakers, Laboratories, and Hospitals; Potential Losers - Pharmacy Benefit Managers and Medical-Device Makers; Future Hazy for Insurers and Biotech Companies (Bloomberg News)

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Indonesia quake recovery slow

Aid and relief agencies turn their attention to the health of Indonesian quake survivors, as food and water shortages begin to take a toll.

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Business Update: UK rebound setback

Bailed out French bank Societe Generale announces capital hike to repay state rescue aid. Cocoa prices hit 24 year high. Drugmaker Glaxo gets boost from Europe's top court.

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Emergency Room Situations

Dr. Jennifer Ashton spoke with Harry Smith about when to take your child to the emergency room.

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Inside Look - A Stimulus By Any Other Name?

How to Save and Create Jobs - Interview with AFL-CIO Chief Economist Ron Blackwell (Bloomberg News)

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Brazil's Lula calls for firm pledges on climate change

Brazil's president, Luiz Ignacio Lula da Silva, has urged the United States, China and others to do their share to reduce greenhouse gases to ensure a major global climate change summit upcoming in Copenhagen in December is a success. Duration: 00:47

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The future tech of Japan's CEATEC

An invisible remote control, robot cars that drive like fish swim and a robotic singing sensation are among the futuristic visions on display at the annual technology exhibition.

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Microsoft launches new generation windows mobile

Microsoft chief Steve Ballmer on Tuesday unveiled his company's line of Windows smartphones in an offensive against Apple's iPhone and Google's Android system. The new mobile operating system was launched simultaneously in France and New York on Tuesday. Duration: 01:15

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Unplugged: Doctors Debate Health Reform

Former AMA President Dr. Donald Palmisano and Dr. Mandy Krauthamer debate the Senate Finance Committee's health care plan. Plus; CBS News' Juan Zarate on President Obama and the Zazi terror case.

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Commodities Outlook - Gold to Rise Below $1200 by Year End

Gold at Record Levels - Analysis and Discussion with Frank McGhee of Integrated Brokerage Services (Bloomberg News)

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Swinging comedy showcases London

A look behind the scenes on the London set of romantic comedy, "Swinging with the Finkels" starring Mandy Moore.

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Inside Look - Intelligence Squared Takes on Wars

Changing Policy in Afghanistan/Pakistan - Roundtable Discussion with Former Senior U.S. Military Intelligence Officer Patrick Lang and Former Assistant Secretary of Defense James Shinn (Bloomberg News)

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Auction Results 10.6

3-Yr Notes Draw 1.445%; Treasuries React to Sale - Further Reaction with Kevin Flanagan of Morgan Stanley (Bloomberg News)

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Special Report - Istanbul's Fashion Fair

How Does the Fashion World Expand in the Muslim Tradition? (Bloomberg News)

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Allure Magazine's Best of Beauty

Kristin Perrotta from Allure magazine shares their annual review of the best beauty products for women with Maggie Rodriguez.

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Congress Tackles Travelers' Rights

Travel expert Peter Greenberg explains to Harry Smith the history behind efforts to get a passengers' bill of rights passed and the reasons why one may be needed.

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UK Turner Prize still excites debate

Britain's annual contemporary art competition exhibition opens with those for and against it apparently as vocal as ever.

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Today in Washington - Financial Regulation Heats Up

Reform Effort Calling for Hedge Fund and Private Equity Registration, New Insurance Oversight Agency, and Strengthened Consumer Protections (Bloomberg News)

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H1N1 Vaccines go to Health Workers

Public reaction remains mixed on the H1N1 vaccine and surrounding procedures as health care workers receive the first doses, Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports.

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Currency Outlook - Australia Lifts Key Rate from 49-Year Low

Analysis and Discussion with Kathy Lien of GFT (Bloomberg News)

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Turkey IMF protests turn violent

Clashes erupt on the streets of the Turkish capital as police disperse hundreds of protesters.

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Business Update: Dollar skids on oil

A report that Arab states are in talks to end using the dollar for oil trading hits the greenback, while Australia hikes rates.

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Survey Says - Wall Street Workers Expect Bigger 2009 Bonuses

Interview with eFinancialCareers.com CEO John Benson (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Smartphone Battle Has Begun

Google and Verizon vs. Apple and AT&T - Verizon's Reuptation for Superior Data Service Will Be Asset to Google's Android; Google and Verizon Will Introduce Two Androids Soon, More Models Over Next Two Years (Bloomberg News)

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Profiles in History Auction Taking Place in Los Angeles

Michael Jackson's Glove Up to $80K; Amelia Earhart's Goggle's Up to $150K; Gene Roddenberry's Apple Plus Up to $1,200 (Bloomberg News)

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Profiles in History Auction Taking Place in Los Angeles

Michael Jackson's Glove Up to $80K; Amelia Earhart's Goggle's Up to $150K; Gene Roddenberry's Apple Plus Up to $1,200 (Bloomberg News)

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Koreans unhappy with reunion

After waiting nearly 60 years to see long-lost relatives living in North Korea, some South Koreans wish the reunion had not happened.

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Inside Look - "The Mother of All" Jobless Recoveries

Interview with Decision Economics President/CEO Allen Sinai (Bloomberg News)

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The Thinking Man's Games

Yankees Manager Joe Girardi tells columnist William C. Rhoden how chess helps inform his decisions on the baseball diamond.

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The Currency Report - U.S. Dollar

Dollar Doldrums - U.S. Dollar on an Oil Slick (Bloomberg News)

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What Do the Emerging Markets Think About IMF Meetings?

Excerpt of Interview with South Korean Finance Minister Yoon Jeung (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Takeover Talk Tantalizes Telecom

Cisco Hunting for Acquisitions, CEO John Chambers Remains Optimistic (Bloomberg News)

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France Telecom employees protest over suicides

Employees at France Telecom are staging a day of protests across the country against what they say is radical managerial practices that have led to 24 staff suicides in just 20 months. Images and soundbites. Duration: 01:03

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Inside Look - The Cost of Healthcare

Senate Finance Committee May Vote This Week on Healthcare Bill - Interview with Former Deputy Treasury Secretary Roger Altman (Bloomberg News)

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Morocco takes aim at its urban slums

More than five years ago Morocco launched a major anti-poverty programme focussing on clearing out or cleaning up its urban slums, where more than a million of its 30 million people were living. The North African kingdom has claimed success with some low-cost housing initiatives, but much remains to be done to lift thousands of families out of the squalor. Duration: 02:18

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Riot police charge IMF protesters in Istanbul

Turkish riot police used tear gas and water canons to break up a rally by 2,000 anti-IMF protestors in Istanbul on Tuesday and detained about 50 people, officials said. Police charged the crowd in Taksim square, in Istanbul's European quarter, when they tried to march on a convention centre where the International Monetary Fund and World Bank are holding their annual meeting. Duration: 00:54

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Van Gogh letters show sane artist

Letters written by Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh show him to be a rational man rather than a mad genius.

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Enjoying Saddam's secret Babylon

Many of Saddam Hussein's luxurious palaces have been looted by robbers, squatted by foreign authorities or simply abandoned. The former dictator's sumptuous residence in Babylon, however, has become a tourist hub for Iraqis. Duration: 01:45

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Storm hits Philippines and Taiwan

Typhoon Parma is downgraded to a tropical storm but is still wreaking havoc.

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No Way Home: Ranch Life

Dave Price started in Calif. and four days into his journey, he is working on a horse and cattle ranch in Colo.

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In-Depth Look - Recovery For Real?

Interview and discussions with Nick Sargen of the Fort Washington Investment Advisors. He gives his outlook in the economic rally we are seeing. (Bloomberg News)

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A nose for breaking records

An athlete from the Caucasian republic of Georgia bursts hot water bottles by blowing them up with his nose.

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Age-Defying Procedures

Plastic Surgeon Dr. Drew Ordon performed a face filler procedure on-air to show how easy and the procedure is.

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Dave Price Moseys Along

Early Show anchor Dave Price tries to get back to New York City through social media tools, charm and the kindness of strangers in his No Way Home series.

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Market Open 10.6

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

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Rate the Doctor's Diet

Thin or obese, Americans often neglect their diet. Food expert Katherine Brooking talks with Dr. Jennifer Ashton about how to make quick and healthy choices at the supermarket. But, will Dr. Ashton listen when she's filling up her cart?

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Koreans unhappy with reunion

After waiting nearly 60 years to see long-lost relatives living in North Korea, some South Koreans wish the reunion had not happened.

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Banks eye Japan's $15 trillion pie

Foreign banks still line up for a slice of Japan's $15 trillion asset pie, hoping the financial crisis makes even them more attractive to its wealthy.

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Dave Letterman's Apology

The Washington Post's Howard Kurtz comments on Dave Letterman's attempt to control the story around his affairs. He spoke to Maggie Rodriguez.

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In-Depth Look - Braced For Earnings

Interview and discussions with Philip Dow of the RBC Wealth Management. He shares his insights about the market. (Bloomberg News)

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AIG Close To Sell Taiwan Unit

A.I.G. plans to close its Taiwanese life insurance unit. (Bloomberg News)

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Jon & Kate's Public Battle

Jon Gosselin appeared on The Insider to defend himself against allegations by Kate Gosselin that he stole money from their joint bank account.

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Business Update: Dollar skids on oil

A report that Arab states are in talks to end using the dollar for oil trading hits the greenback, while Australia hikes rates.

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Dave Letterman's Staff Apology

David Letterman returned to The Late Show Monday with an apology to all his staff over the past decades for the media's response to an admission of affairs with staff.

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In-Depth Look - Good-bye Gourmet

Interview and discussions with Roland DeSilva of the DeSilva - Phillips. He talks about the troubling economy of the magazine business. (Bloomberg News)

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Disney Taps Rich Ross As Studio Chair

Rich Ross to be the next Disney's studio chairman. (Bloomberg News)

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N. Korea nuke talks back on?

North Korea says it is ready to return to international negotiations on its weapons programme but only after talks with the U.S.

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American Dad in Japan Jail

Chris Savoie attempted to take back his kids after his wife took them to Japan. Maggie Rodriguez spoke to Savoie's wife and CBS News' Lucy Craft who spoke with Savoie in prison.

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Afghan Troops: Day in the Life

Marines in Southern Afghanistan face harsh conditions while protecting civilians from insurgent attacks. Lara Logan reports.

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Letterman Apologizes to Wife

The Late Show host David Letterman apologized to his wife on his show days after he revealed affairs with female staffers.

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Starwood Eyes Brazil After Olympic Win

An excerpt of interview with Frits van Paasschen of the Starwood Hotel & Resorts. He says travel up in a financial and pharmaceuticals, but not across the board. (Bloomberg News)

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Paris Fashion Week

The chamber of commerce for Italian fashion companies predicts that they might lose as many as 80,000 jobs. (Bloomberg News)

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Pepsi Bottling's Earnings Miss

Pepsi Bottling group sales are down 5%. (Bloomberg News)

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John Rigas, Son Lose Appeal

A federal court rules against John Rigas and his son for a banking fraud. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Paine Webber To Become Independent?

Interview and discussion with the Fmr. UBS Paine Webber Chairman & C.E.O., Joseph Grano. He talks about Paine Webber's plan to go solo again. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Saudi Bank Denies Talks To Replace Dollar

Interview and discussions with John Sfakianakis of the Banque Saudi Fransi. He talks about the report that the Saudi Arabia may get rid of the dollar and switch to other currencies. (Bloomberg News)

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Weekly Economic Insights: Downtick in Consumer Confidence

Gallup's Consumer Confidence Index fell to -29 last week, the lowest level recorded since mid-July of this year.

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Letterman Apologizes To Staff, Wife

David Letterman gives a public apology live in his show. (Bloomberg News)

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4 Years To Recover US Job Losses - JPM

J.P.Morgan analysts predict another four years for the U.S. to recover its unemployment rate. (Bloomberg News)

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Asian Market Check

Asian stocks rallies for the first time in four days. (Bloomberg News)

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Critics' Picks: 'Three Kings'

A. O. Scott discusses David O. Russell's war movie "Three Kings" and the fundamental question it poses about the nature of America's role in the world.

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Flowers for a Jazzman's Unmarked Grave

James P. Johnson, the giant of Harlem stride piano, has lain in an unmarked grave in Queens since his death in 1955. Now, his followers are raising the money for a headstone.

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Yum! Profit Beats Estimates

Yum! reports 21% growth for third quarter of 2009 and it is on track to open over 475 new units in Mainland China. (The Trade)

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A ceremony at Lourdes College celebrated the feast of St. Francis and blessed the animals and included the blessing of dozens of bins of worms which contribute to our well-being.

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Islamic art masterpieces unveiled in Paris

The billionaire philanthropist Nasser D. Khalili is unveiling his unparalleled collection of Islamic art at the Institute of the Arab World in Paris. Khalili, an Iranian-born Jew based in London, has amassed a collection of some 20,000 artworks dating from the seventh to early 20th centuries. AFPTV spoke to Khalili about the show, which he hopes will serve as an "ambassador" for the Islamic world. Duration: 01:24

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Eco-camping takes hold in France

France's Dordogne region, beloved of English, Belgian and Dutch tourists, is greening its camping sites to appeal to the evolving tastes of tourists seeking a more environmentally responsible holiday. Duration: 01:37

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Illegal Armenians hopeful of Turkish deal

On Saturday the top diplomats of Turkey and Armenia are due to sign a diplomatic agreement to reopen their common border, a first thaw after decades of hostilities. For Armenians working illegally in Istanbul, they may finally nourish the hope of living out in the open, and in peace. Duration: 02:07

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