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Thursday, October 22, 2009

Many in U.S. See Own Care Worsening With Healthcare Bill

Americans are more likely to say that their own healthcare costs, coverage, insurance requirements, and quality of care will get worse than get better if a healthcare bill passes this year.

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'Shocking Barack'

'On The Scene' blogger Shira Lazar speaks with Dave Schiff and Brian Wismann of ShockingBarack.com about their ambitious plan to influence President Obama.

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When It Comes to Media Wars, Obama's No Lincoln

The Obama White House has declared war on Fox News. CQ Politics blogger and MSNBC contributor Craig Crawford says the tactic is nothing new.

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3Q Earnings Report

3M and AT&T beat estimates but not so rosy on UPS and Philip Morris (The Trade)

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CNOOC May Outperform Rivals

CNOOC may outperform rivals as oil prices continue to rally according to Morgan Stanley. (The Trade)

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Las Vegas Sands Gets Bigger Macau

Las Vegas Sands to restart its construction projects in Macau. (The Trade)

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Aussie Market Retail Stocks Rivalry

Wesfarmers stocks surge against Woolworths. (The Trade)

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Rep. Burgess (TX) Speaks at CQ HealthBeat Forum

Rep. Michael Burgess, M.D., speaks at the CQ HealthBeat Forum on Health Care Reform in Washington, DC, June 3, 2009. For more videos from the forum, go to http://www.cqpolitics.com/wmspage.cfm?parm1=176

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Feasts Found On Twitter

L.A. food carts are tweeting where they'll be serving their next meal and the masses are following. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Attack Of The Droid

Google rides a wave of better than expected results and buzz about its new mobile phone operating system, Android. (Bloomberg News)

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H1N1 Vaccine Supply Low

The U.S. government promised 40 million doses of the H1N1 vaccine would be ready by now. But, as Jim Axelrod reports, just 13 million are available.

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N.J. Election Heats Up

The gubernatorial election in New Jersey is getting national attention because it could serve as a test of Democratic strength. Jeff Greenfield comments.

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Exclusive- 'La Familia' Bust

Mark Strassmann reports on the biggest U.S. drug bust of a single Mexican drug cartel in history. The DEA recovered massive amounts of drugs and $33 million in cash from La Familia cartel members.

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Suicide Trend in Palo Alto?

Four students have committed suicide in Palo Alto, Calif., in the past six months. All of them threw themselves in front of a train. Three attended the same high school. John Blackstone reports.

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Fed May Police Bankers' Pay

For the first time ever, the Federal Reserve is proposing to regulate compensation at the nation's banks. The goal is to end the reckless practices that led to the financial meltdown. Chip Reid reports.

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Notebook- Epilepsy

More Americans are suffering from epilepsy than Parkinson's, cerebral palsy and multiple sclerosis combined. Katie Couric previews her report on a disease that may not be getting the attention it deserves.

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Emerging Market Spotlight - China

Bigger, Faster, Stronger - Analysis and Discussion with Jing Ulrich of JPMorgan Chase (Taking Stock)

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Spotlight - Penn Virginia

Interview with CEO James Dearlove (Taking Stock)

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Spotlight - Hawaiian Airlines

Interview with President/CEO Mark Dunkerley (Taking Stock)

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Notebook- Party's Over

Ken Feinberg, who is in charge of overseeing executive pay at seven companies that received bailout money, reigned in Wall Street bonuses. Katie Couric comments.

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First Look - Windows 7 Whopper

As Cross Promotion for Windows 7, Burger King's Seven Layer Patty Burger on Sale for Seven Days in Japan for 777 Yen (Bloomberg News)

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Snazzy Dress on a Budget?

Bloomberg Reporter Matt Miller Investigates at a Local Syms (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Home Sweet Hamptons

Hamptons Home Sales Surge (Bloomberg News)

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Preview - Snowe's Political Capital

Excerpt of Interview with Sen. Olympia Snowe (R) of Maine (Bloomberg News)

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Drug Sweep Targets 'La Familia'

Over 300 people in 38 cities nationwide were arrested in a massive drug sweep aimed at the Mexican drug gang, La Familia. Watch exclusive CBS News footage in Cobb County, Ga., and San Joaquin Valley, Calif.

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Inside Look - Feinberg's Say on Pay

Exclusive Interview with Obama's Executive Pay Master Kenneth Feinberg (Bloomberg News)

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Unplugged- White House Goes After Critics

Politico's Mike Allen breaks down the White House's growing list of opponents. Plus; Bob Schieffer spoke with Dr. Ashraf Ghani, an independent candidate in Afghanistan's presidential elections in August. And; Unplugged Under 40 tackles the BCS rankings in college football.

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Unplugged Under 40- Are BCS Rankings Fair?

Washington Unplugged's Kaylee Hartung takes a look at the BCS rankings in college football and the young man who is rallying members of congress to change the system.

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Unplugged- The White House Versus...

From Fox News to the Chamber of Commerce, Politico's Mike Allen spoke with Bob Schieffer about the White House's ever expanding list of opponents and its impact.

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Another Look - Executive Pay Legislation

Feinberg's Say on Pay - Interview with Rep. Tom Price (R) of Georgia (Bloomberg News)

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Business News Briefs

Sara Lee May Sell International Household Products Unit to Procter & Gamble; International Paper Cutting 1600 Jobs, 3% of Workforce; Ford Moves SUV Production to Kentucky; J Crew Group Boosts 3Q and 4Q Forecasts (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Windows 7 Kickoff

Analysis and Discussion with Brad Reback of Oppenheimer (Bloomberg News)

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Update - Defending the Consumer

Proposal for a Consumer Financial Protection Agency Approved by House Panel, 39-29 (Bloomberg News)

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Microsoft Windows 7 OS Takes Off

High hopes for Microsoft's latest operating system platform, Windows 7. Components communities keep their fingers crossed. (The Trade)

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Tyler Perry On Criticism

Some don't understand Tyler Perry's work and dismiss it, saying some of his characters are demeaning to African Americans. But Perry responds to the criticism this Sunday on 60 Minutes.

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Earnings Roundup 10.21

Travelers Posts First Quarterly Profit Increase Since 2007; McDonald's, 3M, and AT&T All Post Positive Earnings; New York Times and PNC Financial Best Performers in S&P 500 After Topping Analyst Estimates; UPS 3Q Profit Falls 43%; Janus Capital Group 3Q Earnings Plunge 68%

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More Perspective - Executive Pay Legislation

Analysis and Discussion with Columbia University Securities Law Professor John Coffee (Bloomberg News)

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Commodities to Watch - Grains

Weather Woes - USDA Export Data Released; Corn Not Coping with Cold (Bloomberg News)

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Survey Says - Good News on Home Front

RPX Index Rises 1% in August - Interview with Radar Logic CEO Michael Feder (Bloomberg News)

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Paris's modern art fair a beacon of hope for art world

France's annual contemporary art fair opened on Thursday with little hype but a lot of hope. The venues - the eye-stopping Grand Palais, as well as the Louvre museum in Paris. For many years FIAC was overshadowed by other artfests like London's Frieze, but this year Paris is having its moment in the spotlight. Duration: 01:46

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In-Depth Look - Too Big to Be Straight

Is Goldman Sachs Too Big to Fail? (Bloomberg News)

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All-electric cars take on hybrids at Japan Auto Show

Japanese auto-makers are pinning their hopes on a new batch of electric vehicles and lower-emission cars which have added spark to the Tokyo Motor Show. Duration: 02:07

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Fierce fighting in Pakistan's tribal region

Pakistani troops and Taliban militants have been locked in intense clashes as Islamabad pursues an offensive in the tribal belt which has killed more than 150 people in the past six days. Images of military operations in villages of South Waziristan from the Pakistani military. Duration: 00:59

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Today in Washington - New Fed Pay Guidelines

Fed Begins Compensation Review, Issues New Pay Guidelines for Banks (Bloomberg News)

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Spotlight - Microsoft

Windows 7 Launches Today - Live! From New York, NY: Interview with CEO Steven Ballmer (Bloomberg News)

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Candidates in Uruguay prepare for Sunday's presidential election

Uruguayans will vote Sunday to elect a new president. The race to lead this small Latin American nation includes two prominent figures from the country's past: a former guerilla fighter and an ex-president. The Left is hoping to stay in power after a historic win in 2005 by current leader Tabar� Vazquez. He is the first Leftist to lead in the country's history. He leaves office with a 60% approval rating. Duration: 00:56

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Tunisian leader pledges prosperity in bid for fourth term

Tunisia's President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali is on the campaign trail ahead of a vote on Sunday which is near-certain to return him to power for a fourth consecutive term. The 73-year-old, who has been in power for the past 22 years, was last re-elected in 2004 with 99.4 percent of the vote. He has pledged to raise average income and reduce poverty in his north African country. Images. Duration: 00:58

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Drug makes dangerous inroads in Gaza

For more than two years the Gaza Strip has suffered a penury of all essentials goods due to the ongoing Israeli blockade. But some things do manage to make it into the enclave -- including drugs. Increasing numbers of young Gazans, overcome by the misery and monotony of their situation, are seeking refuge in oblivion. Duration: 02:05

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Book Bus Keeps Rolling

Jennifer Francis brings books to underprivileged kids via her book bus and her program recently expanded to include eye exams.

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Technical Perspective - Tracking Reflation Trades

Analysis and Discussion with Jeffrey DeGraaf of ISI Group (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - New Rules for the Net?

Live! From Washington D.C. - Interview with FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell (Bloomberg News)

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Spotlight - Legg Mason

Legg Mason Posts Profit - Interview with President/CEO Mark Fetting (Bloomberg News)

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Spotlight - Xerox

Interview with CEO Ursula Burns (Bloomberg News)

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Girl Power Returns

Spice Girls Reunite, Will Sit on Judging Panel for Andrew Lloyd Weber Style Competition Program (InBusiness)

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Special Report - Asterix's Anniversary

Asterix Comic Books Celebrate 50 Years (InBusiness)

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The Currency Report - U.S. Dollar

The Dollar's Downward Spiral - (InBusiness)

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In-Depth Look - Consumers Against Abuses

Analysis and discussion with Senior Policy Council for Center for Responsible Lending Kathleen Keest; Consumer agency will enforce rules against credit card and mortgage lending abuse. (Bloomberg News)

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Hot Topics - Wendy Diamond

Wendy and Audra talk about Lucky � Wendy's dog, celebrity pets, and Michael Jackson. Join us, and get your mental wheels turning.

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For sale- home to France's debt-ridden far-right

With dozens of offices, studios and even a gym in a chic suburb of Paris, the headquarters of France's far-right National Front would seem to have something to please everyone. But with a price tag of 15 million euros, the building has been for sale for more than a year and has yet to find a buyer. For the cash-poor party, famed for its anti-immigrant and nationalist vitriol, the sale could be a question of survival. Duration: 01:28

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Nefertiti's new home opens in Berlin

Destroyed by Allied bombs, the Neues Museum in Berlin has reopened again... after a 70-year hiatus. The building on the city's renowned Museum island got a more than 200 million-euro restoration and has sparked huge interest. But the Egyptian collection's crown jewel is stirring up controversy. Duration: 01:31

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Loaded- Happy Windows 7 Day

Microsoft launches its new OS, Bing gets Twitter and Facebook updates, and there's a Bold new BlackBerry.

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Kids' Room Makeover

Design expert Kate Parker showed Maggie Rodriguez how simple it can be to organize a children's room.

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In-Depth Look - UK Postal Strike

UK Postal Union on Two Day National Strike - A Special Report, Featuring Further Analysis and Discussion with Chris Osborne of FTI Consulting (InBusiness)

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In-Depth Look - Un-Bear-Able

Analysis and discussion with Investment Manager of Leuthold Weeden Research Steven Leuthold ; October would be a lateral month; He sees 1,300-1,350 as high for S&P 500 next year. (Bloomberg News)

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Hamptons Film Festival - Amy Redford

Amy Redford is proud to follow in her father's footsteps, but, this filmmaker is doing it on her own. Lauren sat down with Amy at the Hamptons Film Festival where her new indie short is premiering to talk about life behind the camera and her legacy.

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Six Week Work Out

The demands of everyday life can slash any thoughts of exercise, and working out can take a backseat. Recently, fitness magazine and new york sports club challenged Audra Lowe to enter 6 weeks of varying workouts with a no-joke trainer. Take a look.

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Halloween for Pets

Halloween is the time to dress up your furry friends and parade them around the neighborhood. We must remember, that while they may be Count Dogula, there are certain safety issues to consider before sending Fido out to trick or treat.

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Halloween Maternity

Costumes aren't only for kids: everyone should be able to indulge at least once a year. Anne shows us how moms-to-be can join in the Halloween fun too!

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Eyeball Lollipops

Everyone enjoys all things scary this Halloween, but what about taking a bite out eyeballs? Evette shows us how to dress up these yummy --but creepy-- treats.

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Perfect Dresses for Your Figure

It's almost holiday season and that means time to pick out your perfect party dress. But what style dress will work best for you? Take a look.

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Bust Out of Your Workout Rut

It is tough getting in that fitness routine. Better fitness expert Andrea Metcalf is helping out all of you who need to bust your rut routine that's today's Ask Andrea.

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Chyna Layne and Precious

A new movie, �precious�, hits theater next month. This film is about a teenage girl struggling with abuse, rape, and teen pregnancy and has already won numerous awards at Sundance. Rhiannon sat down with one of the stars, Chyna Layne.

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The Anti Budget

Wouldn't it be great to be able to manage your expenses without feeling like you were on a budget? Here to help us create an easy to understand method for running our household, is financial expert, Maribel Aber.

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7-Year-Old Somer's Body Found

Authorities say they have made a tentative positive identification of a body found yesterday in a Georgia landfill as missing 7-year-old Florida girl Somer Thompson. Don Teague reports.

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Netbooks Versus Notebooks

CNET's Natalie Del Conte showed Harry Smith the difference between laptop, desktop and netbook computers.

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CO Paper Wants Marijuana Critic

Patricia Calhoun, editor of Westword newspaper in Denver, spoke to The Early Show anchors about an advertisement she put out looking for a critic to review medical marijuana

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Basketball Player Beats the Odds

Harry Smith reports on the inspirational story of 19-year-old Kevin Laue, a division one college basketball player with only one arm.

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Market Open 10.22

S&P and Dow lower; 3M, McDonald's and AT&T up; UPS and FedEx down. (Bloomberg Edge)

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Steroids Disguised as Supplements

In an update of the Early Eye investigation into anabolic steroids that are disguised as dietary supplements, Kelly Cobiella reports on how they work, the effects they can have on organs, and more.

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Tastes from worlds away.. in a London backyard

A taste of home can bring back memories from an immigrant's native land. But for South Asians in Britain, sometimes the ingredients they need are hard to come by. One non-profit project in East London is helping members of the Bangladeshi community grow their own fruits and vegetables. Duration: 02:04

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Germ Warfare- The Laundry Room

In the series Germ Warfare, Susan Koeppen reports on a study of the amount of germs found in the washing machines of four different homes. Some results compare to the contamination of a dirty diaper.

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'What Would Susie Say?'

Funny people have medical issues too, comedian and author Susie Essman quips in this week's CBS Doc Dot Com. Hear what she has to say about hypochondria, teenagers and the difference between the sexes.

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Other Woman in McNair Case?

After the exclusive CBS News investigation into the murder of NFL star Steve McNair, police released text messages and information regarding a possible affair with another woman.

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Government Pressures Bank Execs

Harry Smith spoke with the Congressional Oversight Panel's Elizabeth Warren about the government's call for pay cuts of top bank executives.

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Windows 7 Released Online

Natali Del Conte, senior editor of CNET.com, speaks to Maggie Rodriguez and Harry Smith about the online release of Windows 7, and what Microsoft users should expect.

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H1N1 Vaccine Delay Explained

Dr. Jennifer Ashton explains to Maggie Rodriguez why the H1N1 vaccine production takes so long and why there are delays.

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H1N1 in Schools and Hospitals

While lawmakers are concerned about the H1N1 vaccine supply meeting demands, schools and hospitals are taking their own precautions to prevent the virus from spreading. Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports.

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FL Sheriff on Identifying Somer

Sheriff Rick Beseler of Clay County, FL speaks to Maggie Rodriguez about how authorities identified the body found in a Georgia landfill as 7-year-old Somer Thompson.

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Call for Bank Exec. Pay Cuts

The Obama administration is calling for pay cuts for top bank executives after outrage over employee bonuses. Bill Plante reports.

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ESPN Broadcaster Caught in Affair

ESPN broadcaster Steve Phillips is caught in a love triangle after the coworker he had an affair with stalked his wife and kids. Michelle Gielan reports.

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7-Year-Old Somer's Body Found

Authorities say they have made a tentative positive identification of a body found yesterday in a Georgia landfill as missing 7-year-old Florida girl Somer Thompson. Don Teague reports.

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TARP Under Scrutiny

The government's $700 billion TARP program comes under scrutiny for a second day. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Google Versus AT&T

Analysis and discussion with Analyst of Potomac Research Group Paul Glenchur; The agency will vote today on whether to start to draw up rules for the internet and this heavyweight business battle will literally bring billions at stake. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Google In Five Years

Analysis and discussion with John Battelle of Federated Media Publishing; Google is at its place where Microsoft was in 1991. (Bloomberg News)

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Judge- Sex-For-Hire Ads Ok

A judge in Illinois throws out a sheriff's lawsuit that accuses craigslist of creating a public nuisance by providing a forum for prostitution services. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Buy Rating On Credit Suisse

Analysis and discussion with Derk Becker on Kepler Capital Markets; Switzerland's biggest bank reports a third straight quarterly profit which beats analysts' estimates. (Bloomberg News)

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Ericsson Waits For Thaw

Ericsson misses estimates and its sales drop. (Bloomberg News)

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Dollar's Downward Spiral

Dollar weakness reaches a whole new level when the euro soars that key $1.50 threshold. (Bloomberg News)

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Earnings Watch - Dow Chemical

Dow Chemical comes at 24 cents a share which beats analysts' expectations at 10 cents. (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - MGM Mirage's Latest Gamble

Analysis and discussion with C.E.O. of MGM Mirage James Murren; He talks about his darkest days in his company, Uptick in occupancy rates, working in Dubai and the future for the city center. (Bloomberg News)

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For Sale- 37% Of MGM

37% of MGM is for sale and some analysts say their plate is full and private equity is one area that they could look to. (Bloomberg News)

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Hedge-Fund Hegemony

Assets from Galleon flow back into other hedge funds and Eureka reports that hedge fund assets rise for a fifth straight month. (Bloomberg News)

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Galleon Informant Named

Court papers show that Roomy Khan agrees to plead guilty to conspiracy and securities charges in the hope of receiving a lighter sentence. (Bloomberg News)

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Hamptons Sales Surge 32%

The long island playground for the wealthy sets a milestone for home sales and sales of Hampton homes surge 32% in the third quarter, the most in five years. (Bloomberg News)

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Evening News Online, 10.21.09

Wednesday: The White House aims to cut bonuses for Wall Street firms which received stimulus tax-payer dollars; Also, Mexican drug cartels operating in Atlanta; And, reform in the Catholic Church.

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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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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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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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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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Earnings Watch - Travelers

The estimates are $1.29 and it comes at $1.61. (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Ericsson Profits Fall 71%

Analysis and discussion with President and C.E.O. of Ericsson Carl-Henric Svanberg; Ericsson is well positioned to lead the industry forward. (Bloomberg News)

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Making McDollars

McDonald's gets most its revenue on a country by country and region by region basis and most of its sales come from outside U.S. (Bloomberg News)

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Windows 7 Global Launch

Windows 7, Microsoft's newest operating system goes on sale around the world. (Bloomberg News)

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U.S. Stocks Open Low

Latest batch of earnings may determine if stocks on the U.S. break their two-day losing streak. (Bloomberg News)

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Earnings Watch - Credit Suisse

Credit Suisse posts $2.33 billion profit for third quarter. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - Chinese Growth Picks Up

Analysis and discussion with Senior Asia Economist of HSBC Fred Neumann; China's retail sales continue to accelerate and the increase of growth in private sector contribute to China's growth. (Bloomberg News)

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Nestle Raises Buyback Target

The company says it raises this year's buyback target from 4 billion franc to 7 billion franc. (Bloomberg News)

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China's Economy Grows At The Fastest Pace

China's half billion stimulus continue to pay off; U.S. stimulus package helps Hyundai Motor more than triple its third quarter profit. (Bloomberg News)

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Ironmonger Events 2009

Ironmonger Events head organizer and managing director Rob Derry promotes their charity event Hedge Fund Fight Nite 2009 in Hong Kong. (Asia Confidential)

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Investment Banks' Impact On The Real Economy

Reports shows a very obvious growth of investment banks in stocks and revenue; beneficial for their own employee but analysts question if this growth really makes an impact on the real economy in general. (Asia Confidential)

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The Chinese Economy Moves Forward

In China, to power up recovery, stimulus measures pumps a lot of liquidity in the system through easier credit policies, especially for property ownership; however loose lending policies leads authorities to worry that the recovery's foundation would be merely a house of cards. (Asia Confidential)

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Microsoft Windows 7 OS Faces Piracy

Microsoft feels strongly about piracy, especially in China, and faces this problem head on. (The Trade)

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Microsoft Launches Retail Store

Microsoft takes a new financial risk by getting into retail despite the economy. (The Trade)

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Microsoft Windows 7 OS Hits The Stores

After three years of development, Microsoft's newest operating system platform finally hits the market and receives positive user reviews. (The Trade)

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Cocoa and Other Soft Commodities Rise

Cocoa and other soft commodities still on price hike. (The Trade)

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The Latest of The Galleon Saga

A former Galleon employee, identified as key witness, pleads guilty to conspiracy and security fraud; Rajaratnam to shut down his firm, and an unidentified party interested in buying. (The Trade)

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Australia- Commodities In Focus

Newcrest Mining: faces market complications; Santos rallying and reaffirmed full year production target; National Australia Bank warns it may have to cut BHP's credit ratings; BHP's corporate operation in Chile faces striking workers again; BHP outgoing CEO will address the Melbourne mining club. (The Trade)

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Being 'out' means being thrown out for US soldiers

US President Barack Obama has voiced his support for gay rights and pledged to rid the US military ban on openly gay and lesbian soldiers. The "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy, introduced in 1993, ended the practice of asking recruits about their sexual orientation. More than 12,000 service members have been discharged under the policy, including David Hall, a former Air Force officer. Duration: 01:49

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WASHINGTON WEEK - Webcast Extra

Washington Week moderator Gwen Ifill and panel discuss the battle over President Barack Obama's budget proposal; new plans to restore the economy with tougher government regulations; and the President's announcement about an increased troop presence in Afghanistan.

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