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Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Helicopter crash shakes 2016 Olympic host city

A weekend of violence has left 26 dead in Rio de Janeir. The city is working on its image, as it was recently chosen as to host both the Olympics and the World Cup. Duration: 01:45

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Obama Sees Approval Slide in His Third Quarter

President Barack Obama's average job approval rating dropped to 53% in the third quarter of 2009, from 62% in the second quarter; the largest second to third quarter drop for an elected president.

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On Baseball with Jack Curry

Jane Bornemeier, editor of New York Times Radio, talks with Jack Curry, The New York Times' national baseball writer, about game five between the Yankees and Angels.

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More Perspective - The Cost of Healthcare

Healthcare Reform - Interview with Fred Nazem (Taking Stock)

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Sector Focus - Agriculture

Green Shoots in Agriculture Stocks - Analysis and Discussion with Charles Neivert of Dahlman Rose (Taking Stock)

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Currency Outlook - What's Hurting the Dollar?

Dollar's Decline - Analysis and Discussion with Michael Woolfolk of Bank of New York-Mellon (Taking Stock)

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Internet Giants Plan New Music Ventures

Google Planning "One Box"; Facebook Plans to Offer Music Store (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Chicken Lawsuit

Filed Fast Food Suit - Apparently Some Fast Food Restaurants Are Using Cancer-Causing Chicken in Sandwiches (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Investigating the BCS

Interview with Sen. Orrin Hatch (R) of Utah (Bloomberg News)

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Earnings Watch - eBay

eBay Reports 3Q EPS: Act. $0.38 vs. Est. $0.37; An In-Depth Look, Featuring Reaction with Donald Yacktman of Yacktman Asset Management

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Market Close 10.21

All Three Major Indexes Each Fall Less Than 1%; Wal-Mart Says Holiday Season Will Be "Tough and Late", Shares Fall 2%; Crude Oil Prices Rise 2.2%; S&P Financials Index Worst Performer of the Day; Dick Bove Downgrades Wells Fargo to "Sell"; SanDisk Shares Rise 9% on Positive Earnings Report (Bloomberg News)

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Catholic Church Changes

Nearly half a millennium after Anglicans split with the Roman Catholic Church, the Vatican wants them back. As Jim Axelrod reports, the Catholic Church will make it easier for Anglicans to convert.

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Bailed Out Execs Face Pay Cuts

The Treasury Dept. is taking action concerning the huge bonuses given by bailed-out companies. As Sharyl Attkisson reports, the biggest companies are being forced to cut the compensation.

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Credit For Small Businesses

Small businesses have been hit hard by the recession, as over 2.5 million jobs have been lost in this sector. As Anthony Mason reports, The White House is scrambling to create new jobs.

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Emergency H1N1 Drug Push

As more patients fall ill to H1N1, there's a push on Capitol Hill to change usage laws. Wyatt Andrews has an update on an experimental drug that could be used to treat the sickest patients.

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H1N1 Affecting Education

Over 600 schools have closed for at least a day because of the thousands of students affected by H1N1. As Dean Reynolds reports, H1N1 is taking a toll on children and their education.

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Inside Farmville

On The Scene blogger Shira Lazar speaks with Mark Skaggs, lead developer of Zynga's popular social game, Farmville.

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Notebook- Penmanship

Katie Couric comments on how penmanship is becoming a dying art. After elementary school, it is rarely reinforced, and with computers taking over, cursive is slowly fading away.

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Bras for a Cause

A group of Texas firefighters was happy to show their "feminine side" for a good cause. The event, "Bras for a Cause", raised money to fight breast cancer.

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Starting a Movement

Shira Lazar caught up with Architecture for Humanity's Cameron Sinclair about how to get people attached to your cause.

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Loaded- Earbuds for the crazies

Barnes and Noble unveils the Nook e-reader, Apple releases new iMacs, and we've got some earbuds that can make you look like you're nuts.

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Unplugged- H1N1 Cases Overestimated?

In a months long CBS News investigation, state-by-state results of tests for H1N1 found that most cases were negative. The Wall Street Journal's Alicia Mundy and Politico's Fred Barbash spoke with Sharyl Attkisson about these startling findings.

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Modern-Day Johnny Appleseed

Brent Green, an L.A. resident, moved into his house and wanted to add more curb appeal to his home. Now, he's out to make his neighborhood a lot more beautiful then he found it. Ben Tracy reports.

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Iran Nuclear Deal Drafted

After years of growing tensions, Iran may soon reach a nuclear programs deal with Western nations. CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer reports from Vienna, the site of the ongoing negotiations.

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Mexican Drug Cartel in U.S.

Georgia is becoming known as a major hub for Mexico's drug cartels. Mexican drug gangs who set up shop north of the border have been America's biggest organized crime threat. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Inside Look - Aid for Small Business

Obama Announces Measures to Aid Small Businesses - Interview with White House Economic Adviser Jared Bernstein (Bloomberg News)

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Spotlight - Piper Jaffray

Piper Beats Estimates - Interview with CEO Thomas Schnettler (Bloomberg News)

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Contemporary art sets up shop in central Paris

France's International Contemporary Art Fair opened on Wednesday with more than 200 exhibitors showing works from 4,200 artists all hoping to buck the downward economic trend. Duration: 01:34

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Senators- Climate Change Bill Prospects Looking Up

At the Climate Change Conference 2009, four U.S. Senators said that the prospects for Congress passing a bill that would reduce carbon emissions is as high as it has been in years.

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Economic Expectations - Fed to Raise Rates in 2010 1H

Analysis and Discussion with Jeremy Siegel of UPenn Wharton School of Business (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Oklahoma City Adds Jobs

Oklahoma's Improving Economy - Interview with Oklahama City Mayor Mick Cornett (Bloomberg News)

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Exclusive - The Speaker Speaks Out

Interview with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi [FULL CLIP - 13:32] (Bloomberg News)

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South Africa unveils Soccer City

The Soweto township is synonymous with apartheid. South Africa hopes that from next year, it will be associated with football. The design of the stadium built at the so-called Soccer City is inspired by the calabash, an African cooking pot. The 89,000-seater will host the opening and final matches of next year's World Cup. Duration: 00:42

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Obama Seeks Legislation to Raise SBA Loan Limits

Live! From Washington D.C.: President Barack Obama Holds News Conference (Bloomberg News)

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Egypt struggles to improve lives of poor

Despite growth in its economy and generous development aid, Egypt has failed to reduce the number of people who live beneath the poverty line. In the absence of state help, grassroots initiatives are being set up to help the unemployed. Duration: 01:43

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Defence lawyers see Sarkozy's hand in ex-PM trial

Lawyers for former French prime minister Dominique de Villepin accused prosecutors Wednesday of building a case to please the "pernicious prince" Nicolas Sarkozy and called for an acquittal. Villepin is accused of conspiring in 2004 to discredit his long-time rival Sarkozy and derail his presidential bid at a time when the two men were jostling to succeed president Jacques Chirac. Delivering closing arguments in the sensational trial, lawyer Luc Brosselet attacked a "schizophrenic" case against his client that he said hinged on shaky evidence from unreliable witnesses. Duration: 01:23

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Inside Look - Fed Beige Book

An Improving Economy - Interview with Cayahoga County, OH Treasurer Jim Rokakis (Bloomberg News)

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Screen Test- Lee Daniels

The director of "Precious" talks about movies that inspired him, his thoughts on President Obama and shopping with Lenny Kravitz.

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Iran fuel deal to 'diffuse crisis'- UN nuclear chief

The UN's atomic watchdog on Wednesday handed Iran and world powers a draft deal for approval by the end of the week that its chief said could dramatically ease tensions over the Islamic republic's controversial nuclear programme. Duration: 01:14

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In-Depth Look - Rattner Speaks Out

GM's "Stunningly Poor Management" - Instant Roundtable Reaction to Steven Rattner's Comments Today (Bloomberg News)

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Steve Rattner Speaks (Part 2)

Live From National Press Club in Washington D.C: Former U.S. Auto Task Force Adviser Steven Rattner Holds News Conference [SECOND PART - 10:19] (Bloomberg News)

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Steve Rattner Speaks (Part 1)

Live From National Press Club in Washington D.C: Former U.S. Auto Task Force Adviser Steven Rattner Holds News Conference [FIRST PART - 10:00] (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - The Clicks That Saved Christmas

Clicking to Save X-Mas - Online Shopping Soars; Shops Spent Millions to Up the Online Experience (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Changing Viewer Habits

A First Look at Disney's Big Plans to Develop On-Demand Anywhere Movies (Bloomberg News)

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Media/Technology News Briefs

AT&T Sues LCD Makers; FCC Set to Make "Net" Vote Tomorrow; GE CEO Immelt Eyes NBC Options (Bloomberg News)

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Sector Focus - Airlines

Airline Achievements - Analysis and Discussion with James Corridore of S&P (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Diving Into "Dark Pools"

SEC Debating Dark Pools; Further Analysis and Discussion with Liquidnet CEO Seth Merrin (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - The Greenbrier's Comeback

Interview with Owner Jim Justice (InBusiness)

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The Currency Report - Euro, British Pound

Euro Breaks 1.50 Level for First Time in Fourteen Months; Are The Pound's Problems Over? (InBusiness)

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Spotlight - Banco Compartamos

Interview with Co-CEO Carlos Daniel (InBusiness)

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Auto Outlook - Fiat to Continue Forming Targeted Alliances

Analysis and Discussion with Paul Newton of Global Insight (InBusiness)

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SEC's Reputation Restoration

Expect more high-profile arrests in the coming weeks and will show a change in direction of the new SEC Chairman, Mary Schapiro to focus on enforcement. (Bloomberg News)

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Brazil Foreign Inflow Tax

The government starts to impose 2% tax on foreign purchases of stocks and bonds. (Bloomberg News)

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Coca-Cola Stocks Drop

Coca-Cola's volume in North America is down by 4%; China is up by 15%; India is up by 37%. (Bloomberg News)

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New Entry In E-Reader War

Barnes & Noble wants nook in market. (Bloomberg News)

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Oil Is On The Boil

Oil rises to 2009 high. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - An Apple A Day Keeps The Recession Away

Analysis and discussion with Brian Marshall of Broadpoint AmTech; Apple does a fantastic job of identifying the key growth market. (Bloomberg News)

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Big Banks' Losing Battle

Under the new provision, banks would be subject to state regulators in every state they operate. (Bloomberg News)

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Broker Dealers On A Roll

Middle-market broker dealers are on the roll this year and stocks do incredibly well. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - SEC Insider Trading Bust

Analysis and discussion with Former Prosecutor at the U.S. Attorney's office Steven Feldman; Ten more people are going to be charged this week. (Bloomberg News)

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Bank Of America And Merrill Lynch Deal

Even after learning Merrill Lynch' losses last year, Bank of America decides to acquire it. (Bloomberg News)

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$1.3 Billion Redemption Requests

Wall Street Journals says redemption requests total $1.3 billion and Federal investigators plan to arrest ten more people this week.

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Pfizer Reports Earnings

Pfizer shares trade up on the strength of the better than expected third quarter. (Bloomberg News)

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Matt and Tamsen- Date Etiquette

Everything you do on a date counts that includes how you treat waiters at a restaurant. It all reflects back on you, as you will see from our relationship experts in ask Matt and Tamsen.

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Hamptons Film Festival - Josh Lucas

The celebs turned out for a little soiree at the home of Silvercup Studio head Stewart Match Suna. Of course, our Hampton girl, Lauren Ezersky, was there and talked with Josh Lucas about his new movie "Stolen Lives."

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Tea Blending

Lots of us enjoy sitting down to a nice cup of tea. But have you ever thought of making your own? Turns out, creating your own custom tea is easier than you might think. Take a look.

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Scary Tales Based on True Stories

If you'd like to teach your child more than how to score candy this Halloween share with them some "based on true stories" from your very own city! Rhiannon visited one New England town with a rich 'witch' history.

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Truth About Diet Foods

Just when you think you're being healthy and eating all the right foods, I hate to break the news, but the false marketing techniques and ambiguous labels might have you fooled.

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Childhood Obesity

Obesity is a condition that mainly affects adults, but according to a recent study, the number of obese children has doubled over the last three decades. Tony looks into the causes of childhood obesity and possible treatment options.

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Halloween Crafts

On October 31st, we will all turn into pumpkins, in some way shape or form, so here to help you plan for the main event is Amanda Kingloff, editor at Parents Magazine. She's got some unique Halloween craft ideas that you will love.

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Eyeball Drink Glasses

Nothing says scary more than a pair of spooky eyes looking at you, Evette shows us how to really creep out those guests this Halloween.

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Waverly Inn and The Hunger

Chef John Delucie keeps his high profile guests coming back with his fabulous menu. Lauren sat down with john Delucie to talk about his new book Hunger, and they cook up a couple of his specialties and show you how.

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Hot Topics - Amanda Kingloff

Audra and Amanda discuss pregnancy, family, what it is like to add members to the family.

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Asian Stocks Against The Negativity

Japan Airlines: restructuring charges will lead to a lost greater than the company forecast; Japanese motor tycoons might boost production abroad because of stronger yen; Kepel land reacting mildly to news with earnings jumped 70% last quarter. (The Trade)

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Deported Afghan migrants face tough life in Kabul

France and Britain are pressing ahead with controversial plans to repatriate Afghans captured in a recent crackdown on illegal migrants. But even as a chartered plane brings almost 30 asylum seekers back to the war-torn country, countless more Afghans are preparing to make the dangerous journey to Europe, driven by economic desperation and violence at home. Duration: 02:21

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Electric cars take on hybrids at Japan Auto Show

Futuristic concept cars, plug-in hybrids, zero-emission electric vehicles and even a hydrogen-powered scooter are jostling for the limelight at the Tokyo Motor Show, which kicked off on Wednesday. Duration: 01:21

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Emerging Market Spotlight - Ireland

Celtic Tiger's Revival - Interview with IDA Ireland CEO Barry O'Leary (InBusiness)

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Robbery Turned Prayer Circle

Caught On Tape: An attempted robbery at an Indianapolis, Ind. check cashing location became a moment of prayer after the robber regretted his actions and consoled his victim.

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How to Clear the Clutter

Harry Smith spoke to Real Simple Magazine Contributor Kate Parker about how to rebuild the home office one clutter at a time, from the desk to lighting, accessories and more.

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Home Office Reinvented

In the series Early Gets Organized, one couple gets help from Real Simple Magazine Contributor Kate Parker on how to clear the clutter and create a cozy and practical home office.

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Market Open 10.21

Boeing cuts profits forecast for 2009; Dow industrials low along with S&P; Yahoo shares indicate to open higher. (Bloomberg New)

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Perfect Banana, Walnut Pancakes

Bubby's owner Ron Silver showed Harry Smith and Maggie Rodriguez how to make his restaurant's signature banana and walnut pancakes.

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Comfortable Fall Heels

Endless.com's Hannelore Daniel showed Maggie Rodriguez the hottest and most comfortable shoe trends for Fall.

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Voicemail Hacking a Crime

Celebrity publicist Ali Wise is accused of hacking the voicemail of a romantic rival, she now faces jail time. Daniel Sieberg reports.

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Ask It Early: Cancer Screening, H1N1

In the series Ask It Early, Dr. Jennifer Ashton answers medical questions on cancer screenings, the length of recovery from the H1N1 virus and holistic allergy remedies.

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France resumes deportations of Afghans

France resumed deportations of illegal Afghan migrants, sending three failed asylum seekers back to Kabul on an overnight flight chartered with Britain. Duration: 00:57

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Energy Drinks Offer No Boost?

Young scientist Brendan O'Neil tested energy drinks to see if they really offer boosts of energy, his results showed the drinks had no significant effect. Russ Mitchell reports.

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Karzai rival in Afghan run-off fraud plea

The main challenger to President Hamid Karzai is urging action to prevent a repeat of the fraud that tarred Afghanistan's presidential election, as preparations began for a run-off poll next month. Security, voter apathy and corruption are the main challenges facing organisers of a credible second round. Images and soundbites. Duration: 00:55

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Store-Bought Steroid Scandal

Kelly Cobiella reports on a new study of anabolic steroids found in some over the counter supplements, and the side effects if these drugs including mood swings and male breast enlargement.

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Afghanistan faces organising election run-off

Afghan President Hamid Karzai is reluctantly gearing up for a run-off election on November 7 after the final count from August's fraud-tainted poll saw him fall fractionally short of an outright win. However, the logistics of organising a run-off in under three weeks are formidable, and many worry voter turnout is likely to be very low. Duration: 02:00

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French wine producers feel the pinch

French wines may be among the most celebrated in the world, but the country's wine producers say they're still suffering severe economic hardships. Prices have dropped by half over the last six years, and many small-scale growers are now struggling to stay afloat. Duration: 02:03

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Searching for 7-Year-Old Somer

Diana Thompson, mother of missing Florida 7-year-old Somer, pleads for the return of her daughter, who was last seen walking home from school Monday afternoon. Maggie Rodriguez reports.

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CDC on H1N1 Vaccine Shortages

Maggie Rodriguez spoke the CDC's Dr. Anne Schuchat about the delay in the H1N1 vaccine production until November or December, and the high risk for young adults and children.

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Obama Confronts Execs

In a surprise move during a fundraiser in New York City, President Obama lectured investors and bank executives on putting the nation's needs first.

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H1N1 Hits the Young Hard

As officials predict that the young adults and children will be hit the hardest by the H1N1 virus, it is now predicted that the vaccine won't be widely available until November or December. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Cashing In On Twitter

Twitter C.E.O. Evan Williams says he spends 97% of his time to improve twitter and he is not worried about making money. (Bloomberg News)

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Untangling Galleon's Web

Hedge Fund Manager Raj Rajaratnam allegedly put together a network of informants of hedge fund managers to try to get inside on technology stocks. (Bloomberg News)

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Pressure Is On Kraft

Cadbury comes out with very strong figures today and sales are up for the year which put pressure on Kraft Foods. (Bloomberg News)

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Markets React To Fiat

Investors are disappointed after Fiat reports its earnings; Fiat shares drop. (Bloomberg News)

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Obama Urges Reform

President Obama's plans to reform Wall Street moves at least one step closer to become a law. (Bloomberg News)

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Revising Tax Code

Changes maybe in store for decades-old U.S. tax policy with sweeping implications for capital markets and for corporate America. (Bloomberg News)

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Yahoo Trims The Fat

Its stock is up by 4.5% in the premarket and if it continues to climb, its shares could be above $18 for the first time in September. (Bloomberg News)

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SEC Dives In Dark Pool Fight

The SEC considers rules for the fastest growing parts of the U.S. stock market, the dark pools. (Bloomberg News)

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Suspended sentence call for French ex-PM

French ex-prime minister Dominique de Villepin accused President Nicolas Sarkozy of hanging him on a "butcher's hook" Tuesday after prosecutors called for an 18-month suspended sentence against him. The 55-year-old career diplomat is charged with conspiring in 2004 to discredit Sarkozy and derail his presidential bid at a time when the two men were jostling to succeed president Jacques Chirac. Duration: 01:12

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Searching for 7-Year-Old Summer

Diana Thompson, mother of missing Florida 7-year-old Summer, pleads for the return of her daughter, who was last seen walking home from school Monday afternoon. Maggie Rodriguez reports.

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Age Erasers for Men

Men's Health magazine's Matt Bean showed great products for men that can help slow or reverse aging.

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Missing After Metallica Concert

College student Morgan Harrington went missing after attending a Metallica concert. Terrell Brown reports.

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Germ Warfare: In Your Kitchen

In the new series Germ Warfare, Susan Koeppen spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about the types of germs typically found in the kitchen, including in sponges and refrigerators.

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H1N1 Shot Availability Delayed

As officials predict that the young adults and children will be hit the hardest by the H1N1 virus, it is now predicted that the vaccine won't be widely available until November or December. Dean Reynolds reports.

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No Return on Bailout Investment?

Harry Smith spoke with the Troubled Assets Relief Program's Neil Barofsky about a new report that estimates taxpayers may not get back all the money spent on bank bailouts.

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Margin Loans On The Rise

Margin is when traders borrow money from their brokers to increase how much stock they can buy and boost their returns. (Bloomberg News)

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Yields On Municipalities Stalled

Municipal bonds are headed for their worst monthly performance in a bout a year and states across the country plan to tap the debt markets. (Bloomberg News)

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Banker Bonuses Expand

Goldman Sachs sets $17 billion this year to pay employees and JPMorgan sets $9 billion.

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Fiat Reports Net Loss

Fiat's third quarter net loss is 168 million euros while its third quarter sale is 12.05 billion euros. (Bloomberg News)

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Fiat's Future

They need to have a plan to reach the goal to make Fiat the number two carmaker in the world and they need to sell six million cars a year. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - 3Q Earnings Beat Expectation

Analysis and discussion with David Buik of BGC Partners; Eight of ten companies top estimates but fourth quarter may be lukewarm. (Bloomberg News)

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Deutsche Bank Beats Forecasts

Deutsche Bank releases its earnings report much better than analysts anticipate. (Bloomberg News)

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One in Four Support Healthcare Bill, 33% Oppose

Twenty-five percent of Americans say they think they will support the final healthcare bill, 33% say they think they will oppose the bill, and another 39% say their decision depends on some of the decisions that have yet to be made about the bill.

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Asian Markets Drop On The Third Day

Minimal drop for Nikkei; Hong Kong and China down; China Mobile drops after misses analysts' estimates and China Telecom's third quarter profit drops. (Bloomberg News)

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