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Thursday, October 29, 2009

Sexting and Teens

Sexting is the act of sending sexually explicit content by using digital technology. Psychologist Susan Lipkins talks with Dr. Jon LaPook about its influence on teens.

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Ask It Early- Credit Fees

In "Ask It Early," financial expert Ray Martin answered viewer questions about credit card fees.

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Get Out of Debt

It might be hard for us to admit that we may have credit card debt, but it's definitely a topic that we worry about, especially now when we are all feeling the impacts of the economy. Financial expert, Maribel Aber, stopped by to talk about how we can take control of debt.

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Levi Johnston's Playgirl Prep

In the second half of Maggie Rodriguez's exclusive interview with Levi Johnston, he discussed posing nude for Playgirl magazine and his thoughts on Sarah Palin's political future.

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Obama stands vigil as war dead brought home

President Barack Obama stood vigil to the homecoming of US war dead from Afghanistan Thursday as he debates ordering thousands of more troops into the battle zone. Duration: 01:17

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Levchin Says Slide Will Be Profitable `Pretty Soon'- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Max Levchin, co-founder of PayPal and currently chief executive officer of Slide Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Julie Hyman and Mark Crumpton about the creation and sale of "virtual" goods and the outlook for Slide's profitability. Slide sells services on Facebook Inc. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Recession is abating'- Obama

President Barack Obama said Thursday that new data showing a return to growth meant the US recession was abating but cautioned that a long road to full economic recovery lay ahead. Duration: 00:25

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EU leaders to weigh top job applicants

Europe's leaders converged on Brussels for a two-day summit to consider candidates for a coveted new post of EU president and grapple with differences over helping poor countries fight global warming. Duration: 01:12

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Swaziland battles twin plagues of HIV, TB

A tuberculosis epidemic is overwhelming health clinics across Swaziland. It's fuelled by the high rate of HIV amongst the population. But the government and NGOs are fighting back. Duration: 02:18

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Inside Look At H1N1 Vaccine Production

60 Minutes Correspondent Scott Pelley tours the Sanofi Pasteur plant in Swiftwater, Pa., the only one in America making the H1N1 flu vaccine. The full report airs Sunday on 60 Minutes on the CBS Television Network.

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Hong Kong's ghostly seas warn of looming global tragedy

The live fish facing death in the glass tanks in Hong Kong's famous seafood restaurants tell a strange tale of a looming global tragedy. At the heart of their story is the bizarre fact that there are more fine fish swimming in the tiny tanks than there are in the surrounding sea. Duration: 02:02

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Dover Will "Bear On" How Obama Sees Conflicts

In response to a question about how seeing fallen soldiers return home to Dover Air Force Base will affect his decision in Afghanistan, President Obama said it will bear on how he sees these conflicts.

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Goolsbee Says Too Soon to Consider Exit From Stimulus- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Austan Goolsbee, a senior White House economic adviser, talks with Bloomberg's Lori Rothman about the impact of the Obama administration's stimulus package on the economy. The U.S. economy grew in the third quarter for the first time in more than a year, propelled by stimulus-driven gains in consumer spending and home building. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Unplugged- Problems Progress In Pakistan, Afghanistan

CBS News' Bill Plante reports on President Obama honoring fallen soldiers returning home. Plus; Bob Orr spoke with New York Times' David Sanger and CBS News' Juan Zarate about the progressing problems in Pakistan and Afghanistan. And; with a little help from his friends, Gov. Jon Corzine is back in the race for N.J.'s next governor.

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Roth Says Wealthy Clients Are Not Shunning Swiss Banks- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Urs Roth, chief executive officer of the Swiss Bankers Association, talks with Bloomberg's Margaret Brennan and Jon Erlichman about the outlook for wealthy banking clients in Switzerland. Switzerland, which manages an estimated 27 percent of the world’s privately held offshore wealth, agreed in March to cooperate with foreign authorities on tax evasion probes to avoid being blacklisted as a tax haven by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Unplugged- Will Cash and Attacks Help Corzine?

In the race for governor in New Jersey, Republican candidate Chris Christie's lead over Gov. Jon Corzine has narrowed. As CBS News' John Bentley reports, will a last-minute cash infusion and string of negative attacks put Corzine over the top?

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Pakistan's citizens coping with daily fear of terrorism

Terrorist attacks are now becoming a common feature of life in Pakistan, with more than 300 killed since the start of October. While the country's army pursues its offensive against the Taliban in the South Waziristan region, ordinary citizens in the big cities are having to make major adjustments to their lives, in an environment where every trip away from home may carry a risk. Duration: 01:45

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Expelled UN official fears Zimbabwe govt 'could fall apart'

A UN torture expert expelled from Zimbabwe says he fears the country's unity government could fall apart, as regional leaders tried to mediate an end to the latest crisis. Manfred Nowak was detained late Wednesday on his arrival in Harare, where he was set to begin an eight-day investigation into alleged human rights abuses and arrests of activists opposed to long-ruling President Robert Mugabe. Images and soundbites. Duration: 01:07

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Barrick's Regent Says Closure of Hedge Books Made Sense- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Aaron Regent, chief executive officer of Barrick Gold Corp., talks with Bloomberg's Margaret Brennan about the company's decision to close its hedge positions. The world's largest gold producer said profit excluding a $5.7 billion charge to eliminate fixed-price contracts and a one-time impairment expense was 54 cents a share, more than analaysts expected. (Source: Bloomberg)

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CME's Donohue Discusses Third-Quarter Earnings- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Craig Donohue, chief executive officer of CME Group Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Margaret Brennan about the company's third-quarter earnings reported today. CME Group, the world’s largest futures market, said net income rose 20 percent to $202.3 million or $3.04 a share. (This is an excerpt of the interview. Source: Bloomberg)

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Harry Smith on "A Prairie Home Companion"

Harry Smith appears in a "Cowboys" sketch with Garrison Keillor on "A Prairie Home Companion", where he acts, sings and even yodels.

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Harry Smith Shines on Stage

Harry Smith got his name in lights on stage next to Garrison Keillor in the hit series, A Prairie Home Companion.

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Peaches and Herb

For the past forty years they've been known as the sweethearts of soul, singing classic songs like Reunited and Shake Your Groove Thing. Now, Peaches and Herb are back with a new album and a new member.

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Hot Topic - Kim Coles

Rhiannon and Kim talk about the Balloon Boy and the ensuing controversy, reality television, and much more.

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Bay Street Theater

It is a cultural fixture in the small town of Sag Harbor in New York. The Bay Street Theater is an intimate venue that brings in very big talent. Lauren caught up with Alan Alda and Joy Behar at a benefit performance for the theater.

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Look Good, Feel Better

Sometimes, one of the hardest things a woman with cancer has to face is looking in the mirror. The loss of hair, eyebrows, and eye lashes can make it hard to put your best face forward. But there is a program out there looking to help women through their fight with cancer.

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Floral Pumpkin

After all the Halloween fun it's time to prep for your fall dinner parties. What better way to decorate than using pumpkins and flowers for a final touch. Evette shows us how it is done.

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Mayor's Alliance for New York City Animals

Some of our favorite four legged breeds were strutting their stuff at Javitz Center in New York City. It was all part of the Mayor's Alliance for New York City Animals, an organization that helps find homes for our furry friends.

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Dancing With Horses

So you think you can dance? Well, these horses sure can. The world famous Lipizzaner Stallions are touring the country, showing off their moves. We caught up with them in New Jersey to get a behind the scenes look.

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Sexy Halloween Costumes

Halloween costumes aren't just for kids, there are no shortage of adult costumes. But which will get you noticed as sexy and not trashy? We hit the streets to find out.

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Sexy Sanitizer

The Early Show anchors sampled some of the latest trendy skin sanitizers from brands like Ed Hardy.

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Romer Sees U.S. Consumers `Starting to Get Their Legs'- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Christina Romer, chairman of the White House’s Council of Economic Advisers, talks with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua, Jon Erlichman and Adam Johnson about the role of U.S. consumers in third-quarter economic growth. The world’s largest economy expanded at a 3.5 percent pace from July through September, exceeding the median estimate of economists surveyed by Bloomberg News, after shrinking the previous four quarters, figures from the Commerce Department showed today in Washington. Household purchases climbed 3.4 percent, the most in more than two years. Source: Bloomberg)

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Hovde Sees Need to Revisit Elements of Glass-Steagall- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Eric Hovde, chief executive officer of Hovde Capital Advisors LLC, talks with Bloomberg's Peter Cook about the Obama administration's effort to overhaul regulations governing the financial markets and the need to revisit elements of the Glass-Steagall Act. Hovde also discusses factors driving U.S. growth and economic outlook. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Author on Savant Brilliance

Dr. Darold Treffert, author of Islands of Genius, talks to Harry Smith about the levels of autism and what makes a rare number of them, like Stephen Wiltshire, geniuses.

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Four Star Recipes

Le Bernardin chef Eric Ripert showed Maggie Rodriguez and Harry Smith how to make a four-star risotto.

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Stephansen Says GDP Signals U.S. Recovery `Is in Place'- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Kathleen Stephansen, chief economist at Aladdin Capital Management LLC, talks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker and Francine Lacqua about U.S. third-quarter gross domestic product and the outlook for consumers. According to the "advance" estimate released by the Bureau of Economic Analysis, the U.S. economy, propelled by stimulus-driven gains in consumer spending and home building, grew at a 3.5 percent pace from July through September, the first expansion in more than a year. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Cheap Holiday Air Fare

Travel Editor Peter Greenberg spoke with Maggie Rodriguez about airline fees and how to find cheap holiday flights.

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Malpass Sees Up to 1% U.S. GDP Growth in Fourth Quarter- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -– David Malpass, president of Encima Global, talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene about the U.S. third-quarter gross domestic product and prospects for economic growth. The U.S. economy grew at a 3.5 percent pace from July through September, the first expansion in more than a year, propelled by stimulus-driven gains in consumer spending and home building. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Lutz Discusses Race to Prove CTS-V Is Fastest Car- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Bob Lutz, vice chairman of General Motors Co., talks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker and Greg Miles about today's race to prove the Cadillac CTS-V is the fastest four-door sedan on the road. Lutz will race a handful of high-performance rivals on a track in Monticello, New York. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Wiltshire's NYC Matches Up

Artist Stephen Wiltshire's detailed drawing of NYC from memory is compared with real images of the Big Apple. Michelle Gielan speaks to Stephen about his experience in New York.

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Shobowale Says Hosting World Series Is Win for New York- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Tokumbo Shobowale, chief operating officer of the New York City Economic Development Corp., talks with Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton and Erik Schatzker about the potential economic impact of the Yankees being in Major League Baseball's World Series on the city. The Philadelphia Phillies opened the World Series yesterday with a 6-1 victory over New York at Yankee Stadium. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Memphis Opening Night

It was a rocking opening night of the electrifying and soulful new musical Memphis on Broadway. A DJ in the fifties breaks the rules, playing the rock and roll music he loves, from the underground clubs on Beale Street. Lauren was on the red carpet for the star studded event.

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Health Bill Unveiled

Nancy Cordes outlines details on how health care reforms will be paid if the current House bill becomes law.

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Chaz Bono Speaks as a Man

The man who was Chastity Bono, now Chaz, gives his first interview to Entertainment Tonight's Mary Hart.

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K1 Hedge Fund Founder Helmut Kiener Held Under Arrest- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Philipp Encz talks with Francine Lacqua and Erik Schatzker about the arrest of Helmut Kiener, founder of Germany’s K1 Group hedge-fund firm. K1 Group is embroiled in an international criminal investigation after saddling banks, including Barclays Plc, JPMorgan Chase & Co., BNP Paribas SA and Societe Generale SA with about $400 million of losses, people with knowledge of the probe said. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Weiss Says Exxon Had a `Decent' Quarter- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Philip Weiss, an analyst at Argus Research, talks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker about Exxon Mobil Corp.'s third-quarter earnings reported today and outlook for the oil refining market. Exxon said net income fell 68 percent to $4.73 billion, or 98 cents a share. The profit drop was the largest U.S. company's fourth straight after demand slumped for fuels to run cars, factories and airplanes. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Artificial Sperm and Eggs Grown

Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Dr. Jennifer Ashton about scientists that successfully grew artificial sperm and eggs from stem cells.

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Snow Covers Colorado

Up to 3 ft. of snow fell in Denver, Colo. in the state's heaviest October snowfall in the last decade. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Where to Find Work

Harry Smith spoke with CBS Moneywatch.com's Jill Schlesinger about the best and worst places to find a job.

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The Imperfect Obama Marriage

The upcoming issue of the New York Times magazine took a candid look at the Obama marriage. President Obama and the First Lady opened up on their imperfect marriage. Harry Smith reports.

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Americans Still Unemployed

While the economy is recovering, the unemployment rate continues to increase and thousands of jobs lost may be gone for good. Kelly Wallace reports.

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Mortgage Rates May Get More Volative as Fed Ends Program; Costco to Start Accepting Food Stamps; Wal-Mart to Sell Caskets Online

Oct. 29 -- Bloomberg's Jane King summarizes the day's top stories in the Bloomberg Business Report.

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Obama Meets Mourning Military Families

President Obama spent the night meeting military families mourning fallen soldiers from the war in Afghanistan. As Bill Plante reports, Obama has yet to announce a new strategy for the war.

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McCullough Sees Pressure on Hedge Funds to Seek `Edge'- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Keith McCullough, chief executive officer of Research Edge LLC, talks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker about the insider-trading investigation of the Galleon Group and the pressure hedge-fund managers are under to gain market "edge." Bloomberg's Dan Colarusso also speaks. (Source: Bloomberg)

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FT's Lex Columnist Allison Comments on Nintendo Forecast- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Kevin Allison of the Financial Times' Lex commentary team talks with Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton about Nintendo Co.'s lowered annual profit and revenue forecasts. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Carnell Says Sustained U.S. Economic Growth Is Doubtful- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Robert Carnell, chief international economist at ING Financial Markets, talks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu about the outlook for the U.S. economy. The U.S. probably grew in the third quarter for the first time in more than a year, driven by gains in consumer and government spending that have failed to reduce unemployment, according to economists surveyed by Bloomberg News. Carnell also discusses the impact of government stimulus programs on economic growth. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Buffett Most Trusted in Poll, Obama Losing Ground- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Billionaire investor Warren Buffett, chairman and chief executive officer of Berkshire Hathaway Inc., is regarded as the best assessor of financial markets by a plurality of almost one-fourth of respondents to a quarterly poll of investors, traders and analysts who subscribe to the Bloomberg terminal. Investors' confidence in President Barack Obama and his economic team dropped sharply during the past three months. Bloomberg's Lizzie O'Leary reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Senate Democrats Agree on Homebuyer Tax Credit Plan- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Senate Democrats plan to extend an $8,000 tax credit for first-time homebuyers and allow benefits for some people who already own residences. Lawmakers expect to consider the measure as part of a bill to extend unemployment benefits. Bloomberg's Monica Bertran reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Speaking With Garrison Keillor

Harry Smith speaks with the host and producer of, "A Prairie Home Companion", Garrison Keillor about the history of his show, advice as to how to perform and how it all comes together.

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Hurried olive harvest begins in West Bank

The olive harvest has begun in earnest in the West Bank village of Qaryut. The harvest usually takes three weeks but the Israeli army is allowing pickers access to the fields for just two days, as the groves are situated very close to a Jewish settlement. Duration: 00:54

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CIT Swap to Expire; Volvo May Lose Suppliers on Geely- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu reports on the latest breaking business news and top stories in today's Business Briefs. (Source: Bloomberg)

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French anti-poverty organisation Emmaus turns 60

Emmaus, France's biggest NGO fighting poverty across the world, is 60 this year. The organisation was founded by Catholic priest Abbe Pierre who was a thorn in the side of French politicians, relentlessly lobbying for the poor, and becoming France's most popular personality. Duration: 02:31

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Chip fat-fuelled bus on climate change mission

As world leaders gear up for a crucial change conference in Copenhagen, one Englishman is doing his best to spread the word about fuel efficiency. Adventurer and eco-campaigner Andy Pag is travelling round the world in an old school bus, powered by nothing but used chip fat. Duration: 01:59

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Saving East German books from rubbish heap

For nearly 20 years, Reverend Martin Weskott has been saving books printed in the former East Germany from the rubbish heap of history. He stores them in a barn and opens the site up once a week to give people the chance to buy the Communist-era literature. Weskott believes he has sold about one million East German books over the years. Duration: 01:32

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Obama- one year since the election

On the eve of the first anniversary of Barack Obama's election, AFPTV looks at how the US President's image has weathered the beginning of his presidency. Duration: 01:40

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An opera costume for Halloween

A mob of dress-up enthusiasts grabbed armfuls of robes, masks and turbans at the Washington National Opera's huge pre-Halloween costume sale. Diehard fans paid from five dollars to more than two thousand dollars for costumes worn by some of opera's greatest stars. Duration: 01:26

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Jackson Charity; Obama vs. Rats

Washington Whispers Editor Paul Bedard goes behind the scenes of a rock 'n' roll auction, an enviro-extremist TV start, and President Obama's encounter with rats.

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New Jackson Doc Reviewed

CBS News blogger Shira Lazar goes "On The Scene" with Hollywood.com's Paul Dergarabedian, who attended the Hollywood premiere of the new Michael Jackson documentary, "This Is It."

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Evening News Online, 10.29.09

Thursday: The U.S. economy faces a rebound from the recession; Also, President Obama present at the return of 18 Americans killed in Afghanistan; And, a nationwide teen heroin epidemic emerges.

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School kids risk death in Chicago ganglands

Just a few miles from where Barack Obama celebrated his election as the first Afro-American president of the United States, residents are scared to leave their homes. Gang-ridden neighborhoods are so dangerous that walking home from school means risking your life. Duration: 01:43

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Manhattan moves to Doha for Tribeca film festival

A part of Manhattan and Hollywood stars moved to Qatar with the glittering opening on Thursday night of the inaugural "Doha Tribeca Film Festival." Martin Scorsese and Ben Kingsley were among the stars who graced the digital red carpet at the entrance of the new Islamic Museum of Doha, designed by Chinese-American architect Ieoh Ming Pei. Duration: 01:09

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Battle for the Roan

Energy companies want to tap the rich natural gas resources under Colorado's Roan Plateau but a coalition of sportsmen and environmentalists want the public area preserved for wildlife and recreation.

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Obama Salutes Fallen Troops

President Barack Obama flew to Dover Air Force Base in Delaware to pay honor to the remains of 18 Americans killed this week in Afghanistan. Katie Couric reports.

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Heroin High

As dealers have refined production methods, more and more suburban American teenagers are abusing heroin, sparking a nationwide increase in lethal overdoses. Jim Axelrod reports from Massapequa, N.Y.

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Strange Sightings in Iowa

Scarecrows resembling townspeople began mysteriously turning up in Ackley, Iowa. Cynthia Bowers reports on their origin and how they are bringing in the bucks for the community.

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Financial Road To Recovery

Enduring staggering setbacks for more than a year, the U.S. economy is reportedly now experiencing a noticeable rebound from the recession. Anthony Mason looks at whether it will last, and when firms will start hiring.

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Clinton's Blunt Words

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton accused Pakistan's government of squandering opportunities to capture al Qaeda leaders. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Saving H1N1 Patients Expensive

While parents of children battling the H1N1 virus remain alarmed, Mark Strassmann reports that these families also must face the stresses from the extreme costs for this medical treatment.

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Notebook- Obama at Dover

President Obama went to Dover Air Force Base late at night for the arrival of the bodies of 18 Americans who recently died in Afghanistan. Katie Couric says Mr. Obama faces difficult choices ahead.

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Stimulus Report Accurate?

The White House will soon put out news that President Obama's stimulus program has helped create or save thousands of jobs. But, as Chip Reid reports, the accuracy of its findings are in question.

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Pilson Says World Series May Be `Perfect Storm' for Fox- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Neal Pilson, owner of Pilson Communications, talks with Bloomberg's Carol Massar and Matt Miller about television ratings for Major League Baseball's World Series between the New York Yankees and the Philadelphia Phillies. Ratings on New Corp.'s Fox unit rose 29 percent from the opener a year ago, the network said today. The game, won by the Phillies 6-1, drew 19.5 million viewers and was seen in 12 percent of U.S. television households.(Source: Bloomberg)

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Tannenbaum Discusses Middle-Market Company Finance- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Leonard Tannenbaum, chief executive officer of Fifth Street Finance Corp., talks with Bloomberg's Pimm Fox about financing for middle-market companies. (This report is an excerpt. Source: Bloomberg)

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Rosner Says Stability Act Would Hurt Small, Medium Banks- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Joshua Rosner, managing director at Graham Fisher & Co., talks with Bloomberg's Matt Miller and Carol Massar about proposed U.S. financial stability legislation. Banks, hedge funds and other financial firms that hold more than $10 billion in assets would pay to rescue companies whose collapse would shake the financial system under draft legislation crafted by a House panel. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Oppenheimer's Gheit Discusses Exxon, Shell Earnings- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Fadel Gheit, director of oil and gas research at Oppenheimer & Co., talks with Bloomberg Television about the performance of Royal Dutch Shell Plc and Exxon Mobil Corp. The world’s two biggest oil companies posted their lowest third-quarter profits in six years after the recession eroded energy demand, pulling down fuel prices. (Source: Bloomberg)

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On Baseball with Jack Curry

A day after Cliff Lee and the Phillies defeated the Yankees in Game 1, Jack Curry evaluates New York's chances to even the World Series in Game 2.

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U.S. Stocks Rally as GDP Signals `Waterloo of the Bears'- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Deborah Kostroun reports on the performance of the U.S. equity market today. Stocks rallied, sending benchmark indexes to their biggest advance since July, after the economy returned to growth following the worst contraction in seven decades. "The fourth quarter will be the Waterloo of the bears," said E. William Stone, who oversees $102 billion as chief investment strategist at PNC Wealth Management in Philadelphia. (Source: Bloomberg)

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FT's Wolf Says U.S. Growth `Way Below' Full Recovery- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Martin Wolf, associate editor at the Financial Times in London, talks with Bloomberg's Carol Massar and Matt Miller about a report today showing the U.S. economy returned to growth in the third quarter after a yearlong contraction. Wolf also discusses reasons for the global economic crisis, the U.S. Treasury market and economic theory. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Galbraith Expects U.S. Unemployment to `Linger' at 10%- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- James Galbraith, an economics professor at the University of Texas in Austin, talks with Bloomberg's Lori Rothman about the U.S. economy and labor market. (This report is an excerpt. Source: Bloomberg)

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White House Adviser Bernstein Discusses U.S. Economy- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- White House economic adviser Jared Bernstein talks with Bloomberg Television about the U.S. economy and labor market. (This report is an excerpt. Source: Bloomberg)

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Weissenstein Discusses U.S. Stock Market, Economy- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Robert Weissenstein, chief investment officer at Credit Suisse Private Bank, talks with Bloobmerg's Matt Miller and Carol Massar about the performance of U.S. stock market and economy. (Source: Bloomberg)

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GM's Lutz Sees U.S. Growth Boosting Consumer Confidence- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Bob Lutz, vice chairman of General Motors Co., talks with Bloomberg's Greg Miles about a report today showing the U.S. economy returned to growth in the third quarter. Lutz also discusses today's race between GM's Cadillac CTS-V and rival sedans. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Bennenbroek Says Dollar Weakness Related to Liquidity- Video

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Nick Bennenbroek, head of currency strategy at Wells Fargo & Co., talks with Bloomberg's Julie Hyman and Mark Crumpton about the value of the U.S. dollar. Bennenbroek also discusses the outlook for the U.S. economy. (Source: Bloomberg)

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The Baiting Game

Looking for an alternative to the iPhone? David Pogue takes a look at three cellphones: the BlackBerry Storm 2, HTC Hero and Motorola Cliq.

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10-29- Fatal shooting news conference

Toledo police chief Mike Navarre answers questions about the fatal shooting of a suspect.

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