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Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Samantha Shelton Performs for DailyCandy

Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter/actress Samantha Shelton performs a song from her new album "Cranky Moon." If her voice sounds familiar, it’s ’cause she was recently featured on the Inglourious Basterds soundtrack (Quentin Tarantino personally commissioned a song) and, until recently, cofronted a cabaret show with Zooey Deschanel. Her album's available on itunes.com.

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Investors Want Money Back on Bombed Tunnels

Exclusive - Hamas Offering to Refund Investment, 16 Cents on Dollar (Bloomberg News)

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Drew Carey Ups Twitter Ante To $1M

In an exclusive interview with CBSNews.com's Shira Lazar, The Price Is Right host Drew Carey said he would donate $1 million to charity if he gets a million twitter followers by 2010.

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Spotlight - General Motors

Interview with CEO Fritz Henderson (Bloomberg News)

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Taxpayers Stuck with Abandoned Boats

U.S. waterways are becoming dangerous as some boat owners now simply abandon their craft, leaving taxpayers to clean up after them, reports Susan Koeppen.

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In-Depth Look - Gold, Gold, Gold

Interview and discussions with John Brynjolfsson of the Armored Wolf. He talks about gold futures and its market. (Bloomberg News)

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Early Backstage: Paul Shaffer

Adam "The Audience Guy" chatted with "The Late Show's" Paul Shaffer about his book and his musical career.

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Swine Flu Looking Peaked

Patients reporting to have swine flu symptoms fall for the first time since the month of August. (Bloomberg News)

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Letterman Sidekick's Memoir

Paul Shaffer's book, We'll Be Here The Rest Of Our Lives, hits the shelves as The Late Show controversy peaks over an alleged extortion attempt against Dave Letterman that forced the comedian to admit affairs.

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H1N1 Vaccine: Who's Getting It?

Kathleen Sebelius, Sec'y of Health and Human Services, tells Harry Smith who in the U.S. should be receiving the H1N1 vaccine in both its injection and nasal form.

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Making art from Mozambique's relics of war

It's been 16 years since Mozambique ended its civil war, but the conflict remains present in the lives and thoughts of many -- including artists who are converting weapons from the conflict into creative works. Duration: 01:48

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Executives Go Green

An excerpt of interview with John Doerr of the Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, talking about climate change legislation. (Bloomberg News)

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Market Open 10.7

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

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Future of Afghan War

Harry Smith spoke with Katie Couric, Lara Logan and Terry McCarthy about the possibility of sending more U.S. troops overseas and rethinking the war strategy.

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In-Depth Look - Verisk Is Biggest IPO Since 2008

Interview and discussions with Justing Perucki of the Opportunistic Investor. He talks about Warren Buffett's share in Verisk. (Bloomberg News)

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Working Hard for the Money

In the series, No Way Home, Dave Price finds himself sorting beef at an Omaha, Neb. factory.

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H1N1 Vaccine is Here

Dr. Jennifer Ashton takes a nationwide look at the vaccine and where it's desperately needed with CBS News correspondents across the U.S.

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Where's the Beef?

In the series, No Way Home, Dave Price made his way from Calif. to Omaha, Neb., where he is making money working at a beef factory.

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Afghan War Strategy Debate

President Obama met with congressional leaders to rethink the war strategy in Afghanistan. Bill Plante reports.

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In-Depth Look - Dangerous Derivatives

Interview and discussions with William O'Neill of the Logic Advisors. He shares his insights on the regulation of the derivatives market. (Bloomberg News)

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H1N1 Advice for Parents

Dr. Jennifer Ashton answered common questions parents have about the safety of the H1N1 vaccine.

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In-Depth Look - Gold Jumps To Record High

Interview and discussions with Chip Hanlon of the Delta Global Advisors, talking about the commodities market. (Bloomberg News)

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David Letterman Love Triangle?

David Letterman may have been involved with a female staffer at the same time as his alleged extortionist, Bianca Solorzano reports. Legal Analyst Lisa Bloom commented.

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In-Depth Look - Small Stocks, Big Return

Interview and discussions with Mike Balkin of the William Blair & Co. He shares his thoughts about the small cap market. (Bloomberg News)

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Afghanistan's Political Future

While Afghans await the results of their disputed presidential election, U.S. troops there wait for a new strategy from President Obama. Terry McCarthy reports.

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Troops Vs. Drones

President Obama to choose between sending more drones or more troops to Afghanistan to face the Taliban insurgency. (Bloomberg News)

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Dino footprints enter record books

French researchers on Tuesday said they had uncovered the biggest dinosaur footprints in the world, left by giant sauropods that may have weighed 40 tonnes or more. Duration: 00:33

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Inside Look - SecondMarket Buys InsideVenture

Interview and discussions with the SecondMarket C.E.O., Barry Silbert. He talks about his company's plan to buy InsideVenture. (Bloomberg News)

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Tom DeLay Injures Feet, Off 'Dancing'

Tom DeLay leaves 'Dancing with the stars' after injuring his feet. (Bloomberg News)

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25 Most Powerful Women On Wall St.

An excerpt of interview with Heidi Miller of the J.P.Morgan Chase, she talks about her third straight nomination being the most powerful women on Wall Street. (Bloomberg News)

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20K Hotmail Accounts Exposed

20,000 Hotmail account holders get expose to a virus, Microsoft denies the responsibility. (Bloomberg News)

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Jack Welch Releases From Hospital

Jack Welch is on his way home after his three months stay in the hospital for his spinal infection. (Bloomberg News)

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Lawmakers Will Not Agree On 2009 Regulations - Bair

Sheila Bair urges congress to form a party to avoid bailouts. (Bloomberg News)

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China's Golden Week Holidays Boost Travel Agency

Analysis and discussion with Hong Kong General Manager of Zuji.com Sean Seah; Travelers have largely changed rather than cancelled and they should return to disaster-affected areas to help boost economy. (Asia Confidential

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The Lowdown On The Bubbly

Analysis and discussion with CEO of Laurent-Perrier Champagne Stephane Tsassis; Over the past 40 years, champagne has been through a lot of crises but it has a slight increase in consumption on an average of 3% over the years. (Asia Confidential)

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Climate Change Agenda

Global business and government leaders meet to talk about how to deal with a new international accord which is climate change. (Asia Confidential)

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Asia Emerges From Recession

Analysis and discussion with Co-Chairman of Pacific Economic Cooperation Council Jusuf Wanandi; India and China can not save the world but they can save Asia. (Asia Confidential)

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Hong Kong IPO Flood Today

All IPOs are up in the premarket trading; the bigger the listing, the smaller the gains. (The Trade)

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Hong Kong IPO Flood Today

All IPOs are up in a free-market trading; the bigger the listing, the smaller the gains. (The Trade)

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Gold Rises To Record For Second Day

Analysis and discussion with NAB Energy and Minerals Economist Ben Westmore; Gold reaches a record high after concerns about inflation and a weak dollar. (The Trade)

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UNIQLO Opens New Store

Business booms at the new store in the shopping district of Tokyo where they take the building next door and give themselves two thousand three square meters of floor space. (The Trade)

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Japan To Increase Forex Restrictions

Analysis and discussion with CEO of FX Online James Gow; Japan may act if yen moves are disorderly. (The Trade)

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Drew Explains Twitter Bid

CBS News blogger Shira Lazar speaks with "The Price Is Right" host Drew Carey, who explains his decision to donate a million dollars to LiveStrong if he gets a million fans on Twitter.

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Australia Surprises Investors

Employment improves from 5.7% to 5.8% and investors are bullish on anything Australian. (The Trade)

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Picture Of Paramount's Future

The biggest question is whether the studio on its own can sustain this kind of improvement that we have seen in the last few years, particularly when some of these relationships begin to expire. (The Trade)

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Aussie Unemployment Falls

40,000 jobs for September and fund managers declare that they have a lot of cash to invest. (The Trade)

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Banks Lead Australian Stocks Up

National Australian Bank leads the gains with 3.5%. (The Trade)

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Japanese Shipping Lines Top Stocks

Japanese ship makers are top movers in today's stocks. (The Trade)

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UrbanEye: Awarding the Awarded

At the Americans for the Arts gala, Robert Redford receives a lifetime achievement award from Nancy Pelosi, and honorees Salman Rushdie and Ed Ruscha talk with Melena Ryzik about the meaning of artistic awards.

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Evening News Online, 10.07.09

Wednesday: A special edition concerning "The Road Ahead" for the U.S. war in Afghanistan; Also, Chicago teen murders reach epidemic levels.

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Dalai Lama reaches out to Chinese

The Dalai Lama on Wednesday reached out to China, saluting a Beijing-based novelist who has defied China by seeking reconciliation with the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader. On a visit to Washington, the Dalai Lama presented an award to Wang Lixiong, who helped spearhead a petition by more than 300 prominent Chinese who last year questioned a crackdown on major protests in Tibet. Duration: 01:19

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Uncounted: America's 'underinsured'

Millions of Americans are watching politicians debate over something they don't have: health insurance. While President Barack Obama tries to reform the health insurance system, at least 46 million Americans go without coverage and 25 million others are what are called the "underinsured". AFPTV talks with one such person, Bob Filkenstein of Philadelphia. Duration: 01:33

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Reflections on the War

CBS News reports on the troops to give clarity to the war - but it's dangerous work. Various CBS correspondents offer battlefield accounts that are both moving and chilling.

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Chicago's Teen Murders

The shocking beating death of a teen in an after-school melee was the fifth student death in six weeks. As Randall Pinkston reports, it's opened the nation's eyes to Chicago's youth murders.

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Pakistan in Danger

Pakistan's border is home to thousands of Taliban and al Qaeda fighters who often cross into Afghanistan to attack American forces. Terry McCarthy reports from Pakistan's Swat Valley.

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Hamid Karzai's Leadership

Kate Couric reports on the controversial tenure of Hamid Karzai as president of Afghanistan. Since taking office in 2001, Karzai has faced a barrage of fierce criticism both domestically and abroad.

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Afghan City's Strong Iran Ties

Allegations have emerged that the Afghan city of Herat now serves as a site where weapons and supplies are smuggled from Iran. Chief foreign affairs correspondent Lara Logan reports from Kabul.

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40,000 Troops to Afghanistan?

General Stanley McChrystal, the top commander of U.S. military forces in Afghanistan, has reportedly told President Obama that at least 40,000 additional troops are needed. Chip Reid reports.

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Smoke Detector Safety

Learn the ins and outs of keeping an up to date smoke detector that will protect you and your family.

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Inside Look - Commercial Real Estate Troubles

Cracks in Commercial Real Estate - Interview with Brint Davis of Alliance Commerical Partners (Taking Stock)

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Inside Look - IPO Crisis Easing?

Interview with Former Nasdaq-OMX Group Vice Chairman David Wield (Bloomberg News)

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Controversy Over Vaccine Research

CBS News Investigative Correspondent Sharyl Attkisson asked Dr. Andrew Wakefield about the controversy surrounding his study on vaccinated and unvaccinated animals.

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Interview with Jim Rogers

Rogers Talks Gold and Other Commodities (Taking Stock)

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On Preps - Norman North

Jeff Johncox talks with the men of Norman North's "Stable."

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First Look - Chia Obama

CVS Pulls "Commander in Chia" (Bloomberg News)

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Spotlight - Staples

Interview with CFO John Mahoney (Bloomberg News)

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Does HepB Vaccine Cause Defects?

CBS News Investigative Correspondent Sharyl Attkisson spoke with Dr. Andrew Wakefield about a recent study comparing the developmental differences between vaccinated and unvaccinated animals.

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Spotlight - Daimler

Trucking Through a Recession - Interview with Martin Daum, CEO of Daimler Trucks North America (Bloomberg News)

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Notebook: Afghanistan

Katie Couric discusses the war in Afghanistan, which started 8 years ago today. General McChrystal says he needs more troops to get the job done. Americans must continue to be patient.

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More Perspective - California Budget Crisis

Roundtable Discussion with Former California Governor Gray Davis, Pepperdine University Associate Professor Michael Shires, and Nuveen Asset Management Chief Investment Officer John Miller (Bloomberg News)

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Earnings Watch - Alcoa

Alcoa Reports 3Q EPS - Act. $0.04 vs. Est. -$0.09; Reaction with Dennis Gartman of Gartman Letter (Bloomberg News)

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Market Close 10.7

S&P and Nasdaq Each Rise Less Than 1%, Dow Remains Virtually Unchanged But Slightly Down; Alcoa Trading Halted Prior to Earnings Release, Shares End Higher by 2.2%; Oppenheimer Releases 2010 Price Target for Google; MasterCard Shares Rise 5.1% on Wells Fargo Note; S&P Homebuilding Index Falls 2.7% (Bloomberg News)

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Get a taste of Boston's food scene. Visit the Hungry Mother for Southern food with a twist or stop at Mr. Bartley's Gourmet Burgers for some politically named eats.

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Discover a hidden gem of Washington, DC, in Meridian Hill Park. Dance to the rhythm of the drums or get to know the locals in this culturally diverse urban oasis.

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Take a trip to Savannah and enjoy a Georgia peach in Forsyth Park. Head to Mrs. Wilkes' Dining Room for brunch, or take a ghost tour of America's most haunted city.

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Samantha Brown tries out the nightlife of one of France's largest cities. With the help of a newspaper, she finds Marseille to be a musical center for France.

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Samantha Brown visits the Italian piedmont town of Turin. She is impressed with the porticos lining city sidewalks.

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Samantha Brown embarks on another adventure as she explores the capital city of Iceland. It's a bit cold and expensive for her taste.

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Adam showcases the popular Fremont Street Experience, a must see when visiting Las Vegas.

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Adam fields questions after emptying The Kitchen Sink at the San Francisco Creamery.

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Adam fields questions after taking on the Four Horsemen Challenge at Chunky's Burgers.

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Since recently marrying into an Italian-Sardinian family, Tony asks Mario Batali what he needs to know in order to co-exist.

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Tony and Dan Lahren stop by the Fry House, a small but well-known food truck outside of the Gateway Mall for some crab cakes and fried walleye.

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Tony finds out why chef Eric Ripert is upset with Gordon Ramsay.

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Spotlight - Amazon.com

Kindle Overseas - Interview with Product VP Ian Freed (Bloomberg News)

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Business News Briefs

Blackstone Buying Theme Park Business from InBev for $2.7 Billion; U.S. Office Vacancies Rise; Versace to Close Japan Stores; 3M CEO Plans on Spending $1 Billion on Acquisitions in Next Year (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - JPMorgan's Ousted Boss

Bill Winters Let Go by CEO Jamie Dimon on Account of Succession Concerns (Bloomberg News)

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Unplugged: Farm Animals And Antibiotics

Sharyl Attkisson spoke with author David Kirby on a new report that 1 in 100 children have some form of ASD. Plus; Pew Commission on Industrial Farm Animal's Laura Rogers weighs in on antibiotic misuse in farm animals.

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Unplugged: Antibiotics In Food We Eat

Sharyl Attkisson spoke with author David Kirby on a new report that 1 in 100 children have some form of ASD. Plus; Pew Commission on Industrial Farm Animal's Laura Rogers weighs in on antibiotic misuse in farm animals.

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Loaded: Facebook panic

Microsoft announces Windows Phone, CNET will tell you if the cellular network in your city is a dud, and an internal glitch locks members out of Facebook.

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Sector to Watch - Gold

Gold Shining, But Not the Miners - Gammon Falls 6.3% on Share Sale; Tanzanian Royalty Exploration CEO Comments on Gold Prices, Says They Will Rise to $1650 by 2011 (Bloomberg News)

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Egypt cuts cooperation with Louvre over 'stolen' relics

Egypt announced on Wednesday that it was cutting off all cooperation with France's Louvre Museum until it secures the return of "stolen" Pharaonic relics, in the latest row involving the exhibits of a major European institution. Duration: 00:30

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Spotlight - Enbridge

Interview with CEO Patrick Daniel (Bloomberg News)

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Grow-Your-Own Tobacco Business

After federal tobacco taxes were raised, Jack Basharan has helped thousands of American smokers avoid paying U.S. tobacco taxes by starting his own tobacco mail-order business. Amy Guttman reports.

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Inside Look - California Budget Crisis

Interview with California State Treasurer Bill Lockyer (Bloomberg News)

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Islamic masterpieces revealed in Paris

The billionaire philanthropist Nasser David Khalili has taken his unparalleled collection of Islamic art to the Institute of the Arab World in Paris. Khalili spoke to AFPTV about the show, which he hopes will serve as an "ambassador" for the Islamic world. Duration: 01:54

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France Telecom employee speaks out about dire conditions

Twenty-four people have committed suicide at France Telecom in the last 20 months and fingers are being pointed at the telecoms giant's major restructuring programme. An employee speaks to AFPTV about the pressure being meted out. Duration: 01:55

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Inside Look - Telecom & Uncle Sam

Broadband for All? - Exclusive Interview with FCC Chairman Juligus Gensahcowski (Bloomberg News)

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EU warns Czechs about cost of treaty delay

European Union leaders on Wednesday warned the Czech Republic of the costs of further delaying the EU reform treaty as the eurosceptic Czech president holds out against the pact. Duration: 00:29

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Dems, GOP Poised for Tight 2010 Congressional Race

Forty-six percent of registered voters say that if the elections for Congress were being held today, they would vote for the Democratic Party's candidate, and 44% say they would vote for the Republican Party's candidate.

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Inside Look - Derivatives Debate

Live! From Capitol Hill: Interview with CFTC Chairman Gary Gensler (Bloomberg News)

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Auction Results 10.7

10-Year Notes Finish with 3.21% Yield; Reaction and Insight with George Goncalves of Cantor Fitzgerald (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Horror Show or Blockbuster?

Paramount Revenue Doubled to $6 Billion in 2008, But Operating Income Fell to $26 Million (Bloomberg News)

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Tories: time for a 'new generation' in power

It has been a long time since the party of Margaret Thatcher has dared dream of victory, but Conservatives holding their annual conference clearly have their sights set on power. Duration: 00:43

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In-Depth Look - Stocks Beat Estimates Despite Sliding Sales

Stocks to Watch - Costco, Monsanto, Yum! Brands, and Family Dollar (Bloomberg News)

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Preview - 3Q Earnings Kick Off Today

Analysis and Discussion with Steven Wieting of Citigroup (Bloomberg News)

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Special Report - Russian Carmaker Crashes

AvtoVAZ Jobs Slashed, Renault Called in to Save Failing Russian Automaker (Bloomberg News)

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Police, anti-IMF protesters clash in Istanbul

Turkish riot police clamped down on anti-IMF protests in Istanbul for a second day in a row Wednesday as masked demonstrators smashed shop windows and stoned the security forces. Duration: 00:42

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Financial aid helps disadvantaged athletes

It was a tough road for Afghanistan's first Olympic medallist. Rohullah Nikpai lifted a bronze in taekwondo in Beijing, thanks to hard work and a helping hand from the International Olympic Committee which finances projects to train athletes from developing countries. Duration: 01:55.

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Limbaugh Hungers For Rams

Limbaugh forms a group to buy the Rams football team. (Bloomberg News)

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Twins Topple Tigers, Gain Playoffs

The Minnesota Twins knocks off the Detroit Tigers, 6-5 in extra inning. (Bloomberg News)

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D-Day For Derivatives

Congress begins debating how to measure on OTC derivatives. (Bloomberg News)

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Monetary Policy

Thomas Hoenig says the Central bank should raise interest rates sooner not later. (Bloomberg News)

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Asian Market Check

Asian stocks post a second day of gain today. (Bloomberg News)

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US rolls out massive swine flu vaccine campaign

Health care workers lined up Tuesday to be inoculated against swine flu as the United States began a massive campaign to administer 250 million vaccinations by year's end. STOCKSHOTS RELATED TO THE SWINE FLU VACCINE. Handout video provided by MedImmune. Duration: 01:02.

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