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Tuesday, November 3, 2009

11-03- Making bio-diesel

Toledo Tech academy students made this video. It features a student briefly explaining the process. they are not making the fuel in this video, but they do show samples.

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US, EU to redouble climate efforts

The first formal EU-U.S. meeting since President Obama took office also focused on coordinating an economic recovery and the deteriorating condition in Afghanistan.

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Hollywood's elite give back to students

New York University's Art School gets a boost from film director Ron Howard

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Business Update- GM reverses on Opel

General Motors has decided not to sell its German auto unit Opel, angering a German politician responsible for providing funding the unit.

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Evening News Online, 11.03.09

Tuesday: Several key elections throughout the nation may reveal America's attitudes towards the Obama administration; Also, H1N1 and the elderly; And, broadcast news gets a hip-hop remix.

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New York City Goes To the Polls

The Times's Michael Powell takes a look at some of the issues motivating residents to vote.

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Carret Zane's Betz Discusses Berkshire-Burlington Deal- Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Frank Betz, a partner at Carret Zane Capital Management LLC, talks with Bloomberg Television about Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc.'s agreement to buy railroad Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corp. for $26 billion or $100 a share in cash and stock. (This report is an excerpt. Source: Bloomberg)

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John Lynch Sees October U.S, Job Losses at 200,000- Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- John Lynch, chief market strategist at Evergreen Investments LLC, talks with Bloomberg's Matt Miller and Carol Massar about the outlook for U.S. stocks and the October U.S. employment report. George Tkaczuk of RMB Group also speaks. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Singing Made Easy

An audio technology known as "autotune" helps singers hit perfect notes on their songs and even live shows. Nancy Cordes reports the trend is even a sensation on YouTube.

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Froehlich Doubts Fed Rate Hike Before November 2010 Vote- Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Robert Froehlich, senior managing director at Hartford Financial Services, talks with Bloomberg's Pimm Fox about the outlook for Federal Reserve monetary policy.¶ Froehlich also discusses Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc.'s agreement to buy railroad Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corp. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Election Night, 2009

CBS News senior political correspondent Jeff Greenfield, along with "Face The Nation" host and chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer, provide analysis of this year's key political races.

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H1N1 Not Just Infecting Youth

Once thought to be a virus targeting young people, a new study finds that the H1N1 virus can be just as deadly for all age groups, particularly seniors. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.

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GM Gets Jump Start

Ford and GM reported increased October sales but Chrysler's sales plunged. As Dean Reynolds reports, it is unlikely either GM or Chrysler will be prosperous enough to pay back their bailout.

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Omnicare Fraud?

Omnicare has had success selling drugs to nursing homes and other facilities, but that success may have come with a dose of dishonesty. As Armen Keteyian reports, Omnicare has denied any wrongdoing.

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Terry Gilliam talks about finishing a film without its star

Director Terry Gilliam talks about working with the late actor Heath Ledger and finishing "The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus" after the actor's death.

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Talk of the Town: Rihanna to talk about attack

The top showbiz news and headlines including Kate Winslet accepts libel damages, Rihanna talks about assault, and Lady Gaga breaks pop record.

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Madoff accountant pleads guilty

The former outside accountant for Bernard Madoff's firm pleads guilty to fraud charges, yet denies knowledge about any Ponzi scheme.

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Water use stirs passions in Bolivia

Turmoil brews in Bolivia as a group of Quechua Indians demand to be paid for water that runs off their land but is the main water source of the impoverished country's fourth-largest city.

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Voters head to the polls in NY, NJ

Michael Bloomberg is favoured to be re-elected as New York City Mayor -- while Jon Corzine and Chris Christie battle it out to become Governor of New Jersey.

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Obama film offers campaign insight

HBO documentary gives a behind-the-scenes look at the presidential campaign of Barack Obama

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Newport Value's Ortel Discusses U.S. Economy, Berkshire: Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Charles Ortel, managing director of Newport Value Partners, talks with Bloomberg Television about the U.S. economy and Berkshire Hathaway Inc.’s plan to purchase Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corp. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Hartford's Froehlich Says Fed Won't Raise Rates in 2010: Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Robert Froehlich, senior managing director at Hartford Financial Services, talks with Bloomberg's Pimm Fox about the outlook for Federal Reserve monetary policy. Froehlich also discusses Warren Buffet's Berkshire Hathaway Inc.'s agreement to buy railroad Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corp. (Source: Bloomberg)

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French seek their national identity

France has begun a massive national consultation programme to establish what it is that makes the French so French.

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Merkel presses U.S. on climate

German Chancellor Angela Merkel addressed a joint session of the U.S. Congress and urged the U.S. to take bold action to combat global warming.

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Debes Says Lawson's `Next Step' is 20% Operating Margin: Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Harry Debes, chief executive officer of Lawson Software Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Pimm Fox about his company's growth strategy. Lawson Software will host a financial analyst day tomorrow at 10:30 a.m. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Scaramucci Says Fed Policy Driving Rise in U.S. Stocks: Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Anthony Scaramucci, managing partner at Skybride Capital LLC, talks with Bloomberg's Pimm Fox about the performance of U.S. stocks. Scaramucci also discusses Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc.'s agreement to buy railroad Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corp. and Federal Reserve monetary policy. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Obama film gives campain insights

HBO documentary gives a behind the scenes look at the presidential campaign of Barack Obama

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Most U.S. Stocks Rise as M&A Spurs Rally in Industrials: Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Deborah Kostroun reports on the performance of the U.S. equity market today. Most stocks rose after Warren Buffett agreed to buy Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corp. and Stanley Works said it will take over Black & Decker Corp., while technology shares fell on an analyst downgrade of chipmakers. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Czech President seals EU treaty

With his grudging signature, Czech President Vaclav Klaus became the final leader to sign the European Union's Lisbon Treaty, sealing major changes in how the EU governs itself.

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@katiecouric: Michelle Obama

Katie Couric interviewed First Lady Michelle Obama for Glamour's Women of the Year issue. Topics they talk about include the importance of role models and mentoring and her biggest surprise as First Lady.

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Karadzic appears in The Hague

Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic said he needs more time to prepare for his genocide defence.

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Docherty Says October Sales Show GM Is `Making Progress'- Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Susan Docherty, vice president of U.S. sales at General Motors Co., talks with Bloomberg's Carol Massar and Matt Miller about the automaker's October sales. GM's vehicle sales climbed 4.1 percent from a year earlier, the first monthly gain since January 2008. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Michelle Obama- Balancing It All

How does Michelle Obama balance her many roles and is life more difficult now that she's living in the White House? Katie Couric finds out.

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Michelle Obama's Dating Advice

First Lady Michelle Obama talks with Katie Couric about what women should look for in a date, when to dump someone and how she "landed" Barack Obama.

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UK mobile tracking device launches

A new tracking service for mobile phones has been unveiled in Britain, utilizing the mapping data from the government agency Ordnance Survey.

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UN's Treki Says Palestinian Economy Depends on Peace- Video

Nov. 2 (Bloomberg) -- Ali Treki, president of the United Nations General Assembly, talks with Bloomberg's Mark Crumpton and Lori Rothman about the outlook for the Palestinian economy. Treki also discusses U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's trip to the Middle East and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. (Source: Bloomberg)

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11-3- Toledo-area voting

A look at the voter turnout at Pelham Manor Tuesday afternoon. Eddie Squaire, the presiding judge and poll captain, talks, and three voters discuss their civic duty to vote.

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Rice wine re-branded in S.Korea

Rice wine - a staple low-value alcoholic beverage - is going upmarket in South Korea in the hands of the Kooksoondang brewery which is marketing it as a cocktail base.

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The 2009 Classic Rock Roll of Honour

Iggy Pop, Ronnie Wood honoured at London awards.

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Notebook- Bystanders

Katie Couric comments on "the bystander effect" and the gang rape that took place outside of a California high school, sparing a young woman a lifetime of emotional and physical scars.

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Rice wine re-branded in S.Korea

Rice wine - a staple low-value alcoholic beverage - is going upmarket in South Korea in the hands of the Kooksoondang brewery which is marketing it as a cocktail base.

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Delphi's Black Recommends Aeropostale, China's Zhongpin- Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Scott Black, president of Delphi Management Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Carol Massar and Matt Miller about his investment strategy. Black also discusses the U.S. labor market and economy. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Big stars light up London for Christmas season

Major Hollywood actors, Jim Carrey, Bob Hoskins and Colin Firth, flipped on the switch for the 50th anniversary of Christmas lights in London on Tuesday night. Duration: 01:08

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A year after Obama's election, little progress in Middle East

US President and Nobel Peace Prize winner Barack Obama made the Middle East conflict a cornerstone of his diplomacy when he came to the White House. A year after his election, America's changing role is as crucial as ever in mediating diplomatic efforts for the troubled region's peace process. Duration: 01:42

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Miss South Africa promotes global education campaign

The 1Goal campaign is pushing to make education for all children the legacy of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Tatum Keshwar, Miss South Africa was in a Soweto school to promote 1 Goal, which aims to get the estimated 75 million children worldwide who aren't in school into the education system. Backed by the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA), the campaign is trying to gather 30 million signatures and the backing of countries around the world. Duration: 01:03

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A look back at Obama's historic election as US President

A year ago Wednesday, Barack Obama was elected the 44th president of the United States of America. A look at images from that historic election. Duration: 01:13

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Global jewel market still not rid of 'blood diamonds'

The annual Kimberley Process talks, which aim to bring an end to the trade in conflict diamonds around the world, are taking place in Namibia. While experts argue there is more transparency than ever in the industry, there are still concerns that the Kimberley Process does not go far enough. Duration: 02:34

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Females and Happiness

Shira Lazar speaks with economists, Justin Wolfers and Betsey Stevenson, who are studying the paradox of declining female happiness which made headlines that women have become unhappier since 1972.

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Brusuelas Doubts Fed Rate Increases Until Late 2010- Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Joseph Brusuelas, a director at Moody's Economy.com, talks with Bloomberg's Julie Hyman and Mark Crumpton about the outlook for Federal Reserve monetary policy. Brusuelas also discusses the performance of Treasuries, Fed independence and the outlook for the U.S. economy. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Citigroup's Rhodes Urges G-20 to Make `Plan for Growth'- Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- William Rhodes, senior vice chairman of Citigroup Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Kathleen Hays about the outlook for the U.S. economy. Rhodes also discusses his expectations for the commercial real estate market and global trade policy. (Source: Bloomberg)

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First Hotel in Space by 2012

The Barcelona-based Galactic Suite, says it is on schedule to accept hotel guests in space by 2012. A three-night stay will cost $4.5 million and guests will enjoy 15 sunrises a day as the hotel orbits Earth every 90 minutes.

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London road crossing has X factor

A new diagonal pedestrian crossing is unveiled on one of the busiest junctions in the UK.

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Business booms for Bulgarian cobbler

Small town shoe cobblers in Bulgaria are enjoying booming business as people bring their worn-out footwear for repair rather than buy new shoes in the economic crisis.

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Fetter Says Cost Control Boosted Tenet in Third Quarter- Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Trevor Fetter, chief executive officer of Tenet Healthcare Corp., talks with Bloomberg's Lori Rothman and Mark Crumpton about Tenet's third-quarter earnings reported today. Tenet had an adjusted profit of 3 cents a share, beating the average analyst estimate of a loss of 2 cents a share. Fetter also discusses the company's bad-debt expense and the government's health-care overhaul plans. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Edmunds.com's Krebs Sees Further `Strong' Sales at Ford- Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Michelle Krebs, a senior analyst at Edmunds.com, talks with Bloomberg's Mark Crumpton and Lori Rothman about Ford Motor Co.'s October sales. Ford says vehicle sales rose 3.1 percent from a year earlier, for the third gain in the past four months. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Hand-painted Ferrari up for auction

Luxury car maker Ferrari unveil a unique special edition model in Beijing with Formula One racer Michael Schumacher on hand to discuss the craftsmanship.

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Karadzic makes first appearance at war crimes trial

Bosnian Serb wartime leader Radovan Karadzic defiantly demanded more time to prepare his defence Tuesday as he made his first court appearance since the start of his genocide trial. Presiding judge O-Gon Kwon adjourned the trial, cancelling a hearing scheduled for Wednesday, to consider submissions made by Karadic and the prosecution on the future of the trial. He said a written decision will be released later this week."Duration: 00:49 167 AFP

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Early Backstage- Vanilla Ice,Murphy Brown

Adam "The Audience Guy" caught up with two 1990s icons, rapper Vanilla Ice and the cast of "Murphy Brown."

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Karzai vows to wipe out corruption, faces tough challenges

In his first statement since the announcement of his election victory, Afghan President Hamid Karzai has vowed on Tuesday to eradicate corruption and unite the country after months of political chaos. Duration: 02:01

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Russo Discusses Berkshire's Burlington Acquisition- Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Thomas Russo, a partner at Gardner Russo & Gardner, talks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker about Berkshire Hathaway Inc.'s agreement to buy Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corp. The purchase, the largest ever for Warren Buffett's Berkshire, will cost the company $26 billion, or $100 a share in cash and stock, for the 77.4 percent of the railroad it doesn't already own. (This is an excerpt of the full interview. Source: Bloomberg)

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Analyst Brendler Discusses MasterCard, Visa Outlook- Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Christopher Brendler, an analyst at Stifel Nicolaus & Co., comments on the outlook for MasterCard Inc. and Visa Inc. MasterCard, the world's second-biggest payments network, posted a third-quarter net income of $452.2 million, or $3.45 a diluted share, compared with a year-earlier loss of $193.6 million, or $1.48, that stemmed from the settlement of an antitrust lawsuit. (This is an excerpt of the full interview. Source: Bloomberg)

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Pearce Sees Rise of Corporate Governance in Middle East- Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Stuart Pearce, chief executive officer and director of the Qatar Financial Centre Authority, talks with Bloomberg's Margaret Brennan about increased corporate-governance awareness in the Middle East. Pearce also discusses the appeal of investing in Qatar. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Deadly Typhoon Mirinae hits Vietnam

At least 16 people have been killed after Typhoon Mirinae tore through central Vietnam before weakening into a tropical storm.

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Afghan President to tackle corruption

The re-elected Afghan President Hamid Karzai vows to root out corruption following stern warnings from Western supporters on the issue.

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Lamp festival lights up the Ganges

Devotees light lamps in the Ganges and vow to clean up India's sacred river.

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French chef brings haute cuisine to Paris metro

A French chef who is a favourite of President Nicolas Sarkozy on Tuesday was out cooking for the masses. Eric Frechon, the 3-star chef of the restaurant Bristol gave free cooking lessons in the Paris metro station of Miromesnil. He was part of a three day program run by the transport system. He chose the plebein carrot, as one of his main ingredients. Duration: 01:07

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Leeching onto an old remedy

Known for its anaesthetic, anti-inflammatory and even antibiotic qualities, the leech is making a return to the world of medicine. In Russia, 10 times more of the blood-suckers are grown than anywhere else in the world and leech therapy is nothing new. Duration: 01:55

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Jindel Discusses Berkshire's Bid for Rest of Burlington- Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Satish Jindel, president of SJ Consulting Group, discusses Berkshire Hathaway Inc.'s bid to acquire the 77.4 percent of Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corp. that it doesn't already own. The acquisition by Warren Buffett's Berkshire, the biggest in the company’s history, is valued at about $44 billion, including $10 billion in outstanding debt. (This is an excerpt of the full interview. Source: Bloomberg)

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Former KGB spy killed in Moscow

Former KGB spy Shabtai von Kalmanovic is shot dead by gunmen near the office of Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.

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Vanilla Ice on 90s Hit

Rapper Vanilla Ice reminisced about his 1990 number one hit, "Ice Ice Baby."

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Welcome money from West to East

East Germans remember how they spent their 100 Deutschmarks "welcome money" after arriving in the West following the fall of the Berlin Wall.

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LG sets up LCD plant in China

The world's No. 2 maker of LCD screens, LG, said on Tuesday that it signed a deal with China to build a $4 billion panel plant.

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Business Update- Asian shares steady

Asian shares stay steady ahead of big central bank meetings this week while low dollar pushs gold near record high.

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World's fastest man meets his match

World and Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt has come face-to-face with his match for speed in the animal world -- a cheetah. The fastest man on earth adopted a cub in Kenya on Monday as he promoted a new environmental charity. Duration: 00:59

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Rugby- Poland's French connection taps deep roots

The Polish rugby federation dreams of one day competing in the sport's World Cup. To improve the nation's chances, scouts have travelled to France in the search for rugby players with Polish roots. The result being bilingual training sessions back in Warsaw. Duration: 01:41

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Fortified Food Reality

Registered Dietitian Keri Glassman explains the reality of fortified foods versus claims by some products for boosting immunity.

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Rose Calls Berkshire's Offer for Burlington `Fair Deal'- Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Matt Rose, chief executive officer of Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corp., talks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker and Francine Lacqua about Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc.'s decision to buy the 77.4 percent of the railroad it doesn't already own for $100 a share or about $44 billion, including $10 billion in outstanding debt. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Trivia Quiz from the 1990s

Leading men before they were famous and more celebrity facts are revealed during The Early Show's 1990s trivia quiz.

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'Murphy Brown' Reunion

Harry Smith took a look back with Candice Bergen and the cast of the 1990s hit show "Murphy Brown."

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Charles Ortel Discusses Berkshire's Burlington Takeover- Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Charles Ortel, managing director of Newport Value Partners, discusses Berkshire Hathaway Inc.’s purchase of Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corp. The takeover by Warren Buffett's Berkshire, the biggest in the company’s history, values the transaction at about $44 billion, including $10 billion in outstanding debt. (This is an excerpt of the full interview. Source: Bloomberg)

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Helfstein Says `Paranormal' Could Boost Viacom Profit 4%- Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Jason Helfstein, a media analyst at Oppenheimer & Co., talks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker, Jon Erlichman and Deirdre Bolton about Viacom Inc.'s third-quarter profit reported today. The owner of MTV Networks and the Paramount Pictures film studio said net income rose 15 percent to $463 million, or 76 cents a share, beating analysts' estimates. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Cambodia celebrates water festival

Thousands of people attend the water festival in Cambodia celebrating the victory of the country over its enemies.

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Miami, Seattle, San Francisco May See Home-Price Growth- Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. home prices in the last four years have been the most volatile on record, swinging from a gain of 12 percent in 2005 to an estimated 13 percent loss this year, according to the National Association of Realtors. But in some cities the situation could be improving. Bloomberg's Monica Bertran reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Do Cereals Boost Immunity?

Parents are skeptical about Kelloggs cereal's promise to boost immunity and some even allege it is preying on H1N1 fear. Kelly Wallace reports.

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H1N1 Vaccine Schedule for Kids

Children under 10 will require two doses of the H1N1 vaccine or nasal spray, but the timetable is crucial, Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports.

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Behind McCain-Palin 'Civil War'

Harry Smith spoke with co-authors Scott Conroy and Shushannah Walshe about the "civil war" going on behind the scenes of the McCain-Palin campaign.

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McCain-Palin 'Civil War'

Harry Smith spoke with co-authors Scott Conroy and Shushannah Walshe about the "civil war" going on behind the scenes of the McCain-Palin campaign.

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Russian Vodka Down The Drain

A warehouse employee at a Russian vodka company sets off an accidental and costly chain reaction.

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Schools Censor Dancing

More high schools are cracking down on suggestive dancing and inappropriate attire at dances. Maggie Rodriguez reports.

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Election Day Polls

Harry Smith spoke with Face the Nation host Bob Schieffer about the significance of state elections going on across the country.

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Stanley to Buy Black & Decker; Best Buy to Start Online Store for Movies and TV Shows

Nov. 3 -- Bloomberg's Jane King summarizes the day's top stories on the Bloomberg Business Report.

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Fauci Defends H1N1 Vaccine

Dr. Anthony Fauci of the National Institute of Infectious Diseases details their extensive process for creating flu vaccines and defends its effectiveness for pregnant women.

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Addicted to Exercise

Dr. Jennifer Ashton talks with CBSNews.com's Cali Carlin about exercise bulimia, an eating disorder where going to the gym can turn deadly.

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H1N1 Vaccine Helps Pregnant Women

Published studies now show the effectiveness of the H1N1 virus which is good news for pregnant women. Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports.

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Locke Was ‘Imprecise’ in Comments on Second Stimulus- Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke was “imprecise” when he said President Barack Obama’s advisers are considering a second stimulus measure, his spokesman said. Locke made the comments during an interview with Bloomberg Television yesterday. Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Katzenberg `Optimistic' for DreamWorks on 3-D Innovation- Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Jeffrey Katzenberg, chief executive officer of DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Cris Valerio about the outlook for the movie industry. Katzenberg sees a very "bumpy" road ahead for the movie industry but remains "optimistic" for DreamWorks due to its 3-D innovation. Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker also speaks. (This report is an excerpt of the full interview. Source: Bloomberg)

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EU Raises 2010 Euro-Zone GDP Forecast as Deficits Rise- Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's David Tweed reports on the European Commission's release of its semi-annual economic forecasts and its outlook for the 16 countries sharing the euro. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Humana’s Profit Criticized; Best Buy Vies With ITunes- Video

Nov. 2 (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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North by Northwest celebrates 50th.

Stars of the classic thriller "North by Northwest" celebrate the films 50th anniversary.

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Karzai vows to wipe out corruption, forge unity

Afghan President Hamid Karzai vowed on Tuesday his new government would eradicate corruption and offered an olive branch to Taliban insurgents, launching his programme for another five years in office. Duration: 01:16.

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Rugby- Poland's French connection taps deep roots

The Polish rugby federation dreams of being able to participate in the 2011 World Cup in New Zealand. To improve the nation's chances of qualification, scouts have travelled to France in the search for rugby players with Polish roots. The result being bilingual training sessions back in Warsaw. Duration: 01:41

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New Jersey, Virginia Governor Races Seen as Key Contests- Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Governor's races today in Virginia and New Jersey have been anticipated as barometers of next year's midterm congressional elections. A U.S. House race in upstate New York may prove more meaningful. Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Weekly Economic Insights- Hopeful Signs in Jobs Data

Gallup's Job Creation Index increased to +3 last week, closing in on its high for the year. Gallup's Economic Confidence and Consumer Spending measures also improved compared with the prior week.

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Betz Says Berkshire-Burlington Positive Sign for Economy- Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Frank Betz, a partner at Carret Zane Capital Management LLC, talks with Bloomberg's Margaret Brennan about Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc.'s agreement to buy railroad Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corp. for $26 billion, or $100 a share in cash and stock. Berkshire already owns a 22.6 percent stake in the railroad. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Unplugged- Future Of The U.S. Army

Bob Schieffer spoke with Washington Post Pentagon Reporter Greg Jaffe about his new book "The Fourth Star: Four Generals and the Epic Struggle for the Future of the United States Army" and the road ahead for U.S. troops in Afghanistan.

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Nuclear Iran 'not acceptable'- Merkel tells US Congress

German Chancellor Angela Merkel hit out at Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Tuesday, saying it would be unacceptable to allow a Holocaust denier to get the nuclear bomb. Duration: 01:04

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Lansbury and Zeta Jones on Broadway

Angela Lansbury returns to musical theater and Catherine Zeta Jones makes her Broadway debut with A Little Night Music, a Stephen Sondheim revival

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Business Update- Factories gather steam

U.S. manufacturing activity hit its fastest pace in 3-1/2 years in October, but the collapse of lender CIT cast a shadow on signs of economic strength.

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Marathon winners on top of the world

New York City marathon winners Meb Keflezighi and Derartu Tulu pose at the top of the Empire State Building.

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Talk of the Town- Elton John hospitalized

The latest showbiz news and headlines including Elton John in hospital, Marilyn Monroe's neighboring crypt still unsold, and Mel Gibson has new baby girl.

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The Man Who Opened The Gate

Twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, columnist Roger Cohen describes how a former East German border guard kept that fateful night peaceful, rather then filled with bloodshed.

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Obama urges 'new Afghan chapter'

US President Barack Obama said he urged Afghan President Hamid Karzai to take advantage of the international interest in his country and press for reforms internally.

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Back to Iowa

At the place where the presidential candidacy of Barack Obama first took life, it appears that the coalition he built in 2008 is showing at least some signs of fraying.

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Ship forged with 9/11 steel sails into New York

The USS New York, a naval vessel whose bow was forged in part with steel from the World Trade Center towers destroyed on 9/11, sailed for the first time Monday into the city's harbor. Duration: 00:49

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Snake invasion in Florida

Previously unknown in Florida, many species of snakes -- such as boa constrictors and pythons -- are so well adapted to the State's subtropical climate that it's not unusual to see them in the streets of Miami. American scientists say these invasive species could endanger native wildlife in parts of the United States. Duration: 01:31

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One victim's memory of East Germany's feared Stasi prison

Berlin-Hohensch�nhausen was the prison used by the infamous Stasi, East Germany's secret police service. Mario R�llig was held in the secret torture centre for three months in 1987 after being caught trying to escape to the West. Though the experience was traumatic, he still returns to the jail to teach the next generation of Berliners about life behind the Iron Curtain. Duration: 02:08

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Karzai declared Afghan vote winner

Election organisers on Monday declared Hamid Karzai president of Afghanistan for another five years, cancelling a run-off which threatened to descend into farce and further destabilise the country. Duration: 01:36

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PKK militant leader talks to AFPTV about peace talks with Turkey

A group of Kurdish rebels recently crossed from Iraq into Turkey in a gesture of support for a Turkish government plan to end the 25-year Kurdish conflict. Among them was PKK commander Murat Karayilan, second in command of the rebel movement. Duration: 01:42

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11-3- Making Bio-fuel

Bio-diesel made by Toledo Tech Academy students, featuring a student briefly explaining the process.

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Better.TV- Brett michaels

For a trip back to the 70's and 80' there's no better ride then a seat at the Broadway smash hit Rock of Ages. That is why they chose to present the first annual Golden Mullet Awards. Broadway stars turned out for the event, and we were there for the ceremony.

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The Bacon Brothers Band

When most people hear the name Kevin Bacon they think of his movie roles. But the Philadelphia native and his brother Michael also rock out in their band the bacon brothers. Rhiannon shows us how the pair is keeping their hometown close to their hearts.

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Better.TV- Gentle creatures

Sick to death of vampires and vampire books? Well, how about something a little different this fall? A new teen novel dealing with unicorns--killer unicorns that is--and the virgins who slay them!

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Best Deals in Beauty

We all have our essentials when it comes to beauty products and some of our favorites can be pretty expensive. But, they don't have to be, Holly Carter, beauty editor of People Stylewatch, is here with some amazing beauty bargains picked by the pros.

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Home Restoration

Home renovating projects can be daunting. But, in Ingrid Abramovitch's new book Restoring a House in the City, you will find information, advice and a lot of inspiration. We met up with her in Brooklyn where she takes us through a 20 year restoration.

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