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Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Rihanna trailed by photographers upon arrival in Los Angeles

Pop superstar Rihanna arrives in Los Angeles in the middle of a media blitz where she has been talking about her new album and detailing events surrounding her assault by former boyfriend Chris Brown.

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Business Update- Fed erases rally

U.S. stocks gave up most of their gains Wednesday after the Federal Reserve expressed continued concern about the impact of high unemployment.

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Talk of the Town- Martin, Baldwin to host Oscars

The latest celebrity and entertainment headlines including Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin tapped to host the Oscars, "This Is It" soundtrack tops the charts and Leona Lewis does her first full live gig.

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Detroit sees green future

These days, the city that gave rise to the SUV sees a much greener future - one driven by electric energy.

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Talk of the Town- Martin, Baldwin to host Oscars

The latest celebrity and entertainment headlines including Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin tapped to host the Oscars, "This Is It" soundtrack tops the charts and Leona Lewis does her first full live gig.

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Italy convicts CIA agents

Italian judge sentences 23 Americans to prison for abducting a Muslim cleric.

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Lessons from the 2009 elections

The results of Tuesday's off-year elections may change the political landscape for Democrats and Republicans as they focus on the 2010 mid-year elections.

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Lessons from the 2009 elections

The results of Tuesday's off-year elections may change the political landscape for Democrats and Republicans as they focus on the 2010 mid-year elections.

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Obama one year after election

One year after his historic victory --- President Barack Obama is receiving mixed reviews for his handling of both domestic and foreign policy issues.

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Harry Connick duets with Carla Bruni

Harry Connick duets with Carla Bruni-Sarkozy on his new album

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Pitt, Tarantino bring Basterds to Japan

Tarantino offers a full refund if Japanese moviegoers find "Inglorious Basterds" boring.

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Afghanistan by the numbers

As President Obama continues to weigh options in Afghanistan, US officials say the biggest question is how many more troops and trainers the President will deploy

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U.N. report blasts Israel over Gaza

The U.N. General Assembly debates the controversial Goldstone report into the Gaza war.

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Evening News Online, 11.04.09

Wednesday: A grizzly murder case unfolds after several bodies are discovered in a Cleveland home; Plus, a massive oil-spill off the coast of Australia; And, one boy's mission to end bullying.

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Mustache Mania

Some say it may have been out of style for a while, but it's now clear that the mustache has made a comeback, as Bill Geist discovered at a recent awards ceremony in St. Louis.

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Venezuela blocks Colombia border

Venezuela blocks border with Colombia after two Venezuelan soldiers were shot dead in an attack the Chavez government claims was carried out by Colombian paramilitary groups.

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Mica Says Congress Should Lift Credit Union Lending Cap- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Daniel Mica, chief executive officer of Credit Union National Association, talks with Bloomberg's Pimm Fox about rules limiting lending by U.S. credit unions. The Washington and Madison, Wisconsin-based CUNA represents an industry with about 8,000 lenders and 92 million members, up from 90 million in 2008. (This report is an excerpt. Source: Bloomberg)

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Stewart Says DineEquity Franchises 99% of Its Shops- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Julia Stewart, chief executive officer of DineEquity Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Pimm Fox about the company's franchising strategy. Stewart also discusses the U.S. economy and IHOP Restaurants. DineEquity is the holding company for IHOP and Applebee's Neighborhood Grill & Bar. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Crusade against Bullying

Jaylen Arnold, 9, has Tourette's Syndrome. When he started to get bullied at school, he didn't fight or run away. As Kelly Cobiella reports, Jaylen launched a Web site and its worked wonders.

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2009 Post-Election Analysis

Katie Couric speaks with chief political correspondent Jeff Greenfield along with "Face The Nation" host and chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer about key races for Republicans and Democrats.

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Monitoring Sex Offenders

In the wake of the 18-year-long abduction of Jaycee Lee Dugard, many are questioning if officials can adequately supervise sex offenders. CBS News' Bill Whitaker reports from Los Angeles.

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Oil-Spill Disaster

An oil-spill disaster that could rival the impact of the Exxon Valdez is playing out off Australia. John Blackstone has the story.

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Fed Key to Recovery

U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke faces a series of increasingly difficult decisions regarding the future state of the nation's economy and eventual economic rebound. Anthony Mason reports.

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Vaccine in High Demand

The CDC recently admitted it likely won't have enough H1N1 vaccine by the time the virus peeks. As Don Teague reports, the high-demand vaccine is leading some places to take desperate measures.

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More Bodies Found in Cleveland

Several bodies were found in the Cleveland home of a man who has now been charged with murder. As Randall Pinkston reports, there is outrage as to how these crimes went unnoticed by officials.

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Frontier's Wilderotter Discusses Growth, Verizon Deal- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Maggie Wilderotter, chief executive officer of Frontier Communications Corp., spoke with Bloomberg's Pimm Fox yesterday about the company's agreement to acquire Verizon Communication Inc.'s local exchange businesses in 14 states. Wilderotter also discussed Frontier's growth and business strategy.(Source: Bloomberg)

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U.S. Stocks Erase Gain on House Vote to Limit Card Rates- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Deborah Kostroun reports on the performance of the U.S. equity market today. Stocks erased most of a 156-point rally in the Dow Jones Industrial Average after a House bill to curb credit-card rates spurred concern about bank earnings, outweighing the Federal Reserve’s plan to keep interest rates at a record low. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Home Green Home- Fireplace Inserts

Tom Zeller Jr., editor of the Green Inc. blog, has an energy efficient fireplace insert installed.

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Iran demonstrators' "Obama" chant

Video footage posted on the internet shows Iranian opposition supporters chanting the name of the U.S. President in apparent defiance of security forces warning about "illegal gatherings".

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Decision Economics' Sinai Discusses U.S. Labor Market- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Allen Sinai, chief economist at Decision Economics Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Lori Rothman about the outlook for Friday's U.S. jobs report. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Business Update- Job hopes

The labor market showed more signs of stabilization in October as private data showed smaller job cuts and fewer layoff announcements.

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11-04- St. John's - AW soccer

St. John's beats Anthony Wayne in D-I regional semifinals.

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On Baseball with Jack Curry

Either the Yankees will win the World Series, or the Phillies will force a dramatic Game 7. The Times's Jack Curry and Jane Bornemeier discuss how each of the scenarios may play out.

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Notebook- Election Victory

In the wake of a series of off-year elections which the Republicans have praised as pivotal defeats against the Democrats, Katie Couric discusses the impact of such heavily-contested races.

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Christmas comes early in London

Jim Carrey leads a cast of stars from 'A Christmas Carol' on the red carpet for the film's world premiere in London

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Ryding, Holland Discuss Fed Decision on Rates, Policy- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- John Ryding, chief economist at RDQ Economics LLC, and Michael Holland, chairman of Holland & Co., talk with Bloomberg's Carol Massar about today's decision by the Federal Reserve to maintain its benchmark overnight lending rate between zero and 0.25 percent. The Federal Open Market Committee restated its intention to keep rates "exceptionally low" for "an extended period" as long as inflation expectations are stable and unemployment fails to decline. (This is an excerpt from the full interview. Source: Bloomberg)

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Uncertainty as GM to keep Opel

European GM workers have mixed opinions about GM's decision to keep hold of its Opel and Vauxhall units - some are pleased and others worried about their jobs.

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Wallison Says Fed Policy Decision Is `Very Sensible'- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Peter Wallison, resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, talks with Bloomberg's Mark Crumpton and Julie Hyman about the Federal Reserve's intention to keep interest rates “exceptionally low” for “an extended period” as long as inflation expectations are stable and unemployment fails to decline. Wallison also discusses Wall Street pay limits and regulation. Wallison is a former general counsel at the U.S. Treasury and a member of the commission set up by Congress to investigate the financial meltdown. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Toyota exits Formula One

The remaining Japanese car maker has announced it's pulling out of Formula One motor racing for financial reasons.

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Business Update- SocGen Q3 profits

Societe Generale reported a Q3 profit of 426 million euros falling short of forecasts.

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Grape expectations for English wines

The south of England could soon rival France as a wine-growing region, as experts warn against climate change.

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Gramley Doubts Fed Will Raise Rates Before March 2010- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Former Federal Reserve Governor Lyle Gramley and Michael Pento, chief economist at Delta Global Advisors Inc., talk with Bloomberg's Mark Crumpton and Julie Hyman about today's decision by the Federal Reserve to maintain its benchmark overnight lending rate between zero and 0.25 percent. The Federal Open Market Committee restated its intention to keep rates "exceptionally low" for "an extended period" as long as inflation expectations are stable and unemployment fails to decline. (This is an excerpt. Source: Bloomberg)

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Chief Michael McGrath Presser

Cleveland Police Chief Michael McGrath provided an update on the investigation of Anthony Sowell late Tuesday afternoon. From affiliate WOIO in Cleveland, OH.

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Sinai Says U.S. Joblessness to Be `Bad for a Long Time'- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Allen Sinai, chief economist at Decision Economics Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Lori Rothman about inflation risk in the U.S. and the outlook for Friday's federal jobs report. Sinai says U.S. unemployment will remain "quite bad for a long time." (This report is an excerpt. Source: Bloomberg)

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Sinai Says U.S. Joblessness to Be `Bad for a Long Time'- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Allen Sinai, chief economist at Decision Economics Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Lori Rothman about inflation risk in the U.S. and the outlook for Friday's federal jobs report. Sinai says U.S. unemployment will remain "quite bad for a long time." (This report is an excerpt. Source: Bloomberg)

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Net Neutrality

Shira Lazar speaks with Justine Bateman and WGA Political Director John Kosinski at the Writers Guild of America about 'net neutrality' and the fights surrounding it.

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Pardes Says Funding Federal Health Care Should Be Shared- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Herbert Pardes, chief executive officer at New York Presbyterian Hospital, talks with Bloomberg's Lori Rothman about the impact from a potential cut in state funding for health care on Presbeterian hospital. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Unplugged- Chopra's Take On Health Care

Bob Schieffer spoke with Deepak Chopra about his new book, "Reinventing the Body, Resurrecting the Soul" and got his thoughts on health care reform. Plus; Republican and Democratic Strategists Kevin Madden and Joe Trippi weigh in on Tuesday's elections.

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Americans Less Optimistic Obama Can Achieve Key Goals

One year after electing Barack Obama president, Americans are less optimistic he can achieve eight key goals measured by Gallup. However, majorities are still hopeful about four of the eight goals.

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Unplugged- Chopra Reveals Secret To Reinvention

In "Reinventing the Body, Resurrecting the Soul" Deepak Chopra aims to alter our misconceptions about what the human body can and cannot do. Chopra spoke with Bob Schieffer about his latest book.

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Clashes at Iran demos

Opposition demonstrators in Iran clash with police as 30th anniversary celebrations are held of the storming of the U.S. embassy in Tehran.

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Rob Enderle Maintains `Conservative' Outlook for Intel- Video

Oct. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Rob Enderle, president of Enderle Group, talks with Bloomberg's Margaret Brennan about New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo's lawsuit against Intel Corp. Cuomo is suing Intel for allegedly threatening computer manufacturers and making billions of dollars in illegal payments to pressure them to use its chips. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Clinton pushes peace process diplomacy in Middle East

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Wednesday the future of Jerusalem must be on the agenda of any Middle East peace talks, as the Palestinians again took Israel to task over Jewish settlements in the disputed holy city. Duration: 00:52

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Webcam Trail Mix- Negativity Finally Loses

CQ Politics blogger Craig looks at how attack ads backfired in this week's elections.

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Stuermer Says GM Keeping Opel `Makes a Lot of Sense'- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Christoph Stuermer, director of automotive analysis at IHS Global Insight, talks with Bloomberg's Margaret Brennan about General Motors Co.'s decision to call off a plan to sell Adam Opel GmbH. The Detroit-based company's board voted yesterday to keep its Opel unit rather than sell a majority stake to Magna International Inc. and Russian partner OAO Sberbank, reversing a September decision. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Matthew Lynn Discusses U.K. Banking Break-Up- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg columnist Matthew Lynn talks with Margaret Brennan about the U.K. government's move to break up the banking industry as it bails out Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc and Lloyds Banking Group Plc. (Source: Bloomberg)

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What is a Meme?

Shira Lazar spoke with KnowYourMeme.com's Ellie Rountree about what a meme is and how to spot them.

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What is a 'Meme?'

Shira Lazar spoke with KnowYourMeme.com's Ellie Rountree about what a 'meme' is and how to spot them.

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Toyota pulls out of Formula One

The remaining Japanese car maker has announced it's pulling out of Formula One motor racing for financial reasons.

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10 bodies dug up at rapist's home

American police have dug up ten corpses at the home of a convicted rapist. A skull found in a bucket could be that of an eleventh victim as the grim excavation continues.

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Niall Ferguson Discusses U.S. Dollar, Fed Policy Outlook- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Harvard University Professor Niall Ferguson talks with Bloomberg's Margaret Brennan about the outlook for the dollar and today's Federal Open Market Committee decision. Ferguson says the FOMC's policy statement will be "deliberately obfuscatory." (This is an excerpt of the full interview. Source: Bloomberg)

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Meir Says Crude Oil Prices Could Reach $90 By Year End- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Edward Meir, a commodity analyst at MF Global Ltd., talks with Bloomberg's Margaret Brennan about crude-oil inventories and the outlook for prices. U.S. stockpiles of crude oil unexpectedly fell 3.94 million barrels to 335.9 million last week, the Energy Department said today. A 1.5 million-barrel gain was forecast, according to a Bloomberg News survey of analysts. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Big Xmas lights switch-on in London

Hollywood stars Jim Carrey, Bob Hoskins and Colin Firth turn out for the big switch-on of Christmas lights in central London ahead of the premiere of Disney's 'A Christmas Carol'.

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U.S. talks to Myanmar's Suu Kyi

A top U.S. official has held rare talks with Myanmar's detained opposition leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, as part of a high-level visit to the isolated country.

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Karzai re-election illegal- Abdullah

Afghanistan's former presidential challenger Abdullah Abdullah on Wednesday slammed Hamid Karzai's re-election as illegal, piling pressure on the head of state as his foreign allies warned him to deliver on reform pledges. Duration: 00:44

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Mousavi supporters march in Tehran

Video footage posted on the internet appears to show supporters of Iran's opposition leader Mirhossein Mousavi marching in a rally in the country's capital Tehran.

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Tennant Says Plaid Trend to Benefit American Eagle, Gap- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Adrienne Tennant, an analyst at FBR Capital Markets, talks with Bloomberg's Carol Massar, Jon Erlichman and Adam Johnson about the top retail fashion trend for the holiday shopping season and the companies positioned to benefit from the trend. Tennant also discusses retailers' cost controls and shifts in inventory strategy. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Mehdi Says Microsoft MSN.com Overhaul `Critical' to Bing- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Yusuf Mehdi, senior vice president of Microsoft Corp.'s online audience business, talks with Bloomberg's Carol Massar, Adam Johnson and Jon Erlichman about the company's overhaul of its MSN.com home page in an effort to focus more attention on the Bing Internet search engine. In the U.S., Microsoft's Web sites overall rank third in unique visitors with 133 million in September, trailing Google Inc. with 165 million and Yahoo! Inc. with 160 million, according to ComScore Inc. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Dixon Says Advertising Market `Just Beginning to Turn'- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Christopher Dixon, managing director of media investments at Gabelli Group Capital Partners, talks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu about the outlook for the media industry and advertising. They speak at the Quadrangle media conference in New York. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Typhoon's deadly trail in Vietnam

A massive rescue operation is continuing in Vietnam after a tropical storm swept through parts of the country killing dozens of people.

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Crescenzi Says Pimco Sees No `Major Changes' From Fed- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Tony Crescenzi, a strategist at Pacific Investment Management Co., talks with Bloomberg's Carol Massar, Adam Johnson and Jon Erlichman about the outlook for Fed policy and the bond market. Members of the Federal Open Market Committee resumed discussions this morning and a policy statement is expected around 2:15 p.m. EST. (Source: Bloomberg)

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A museum recaptures a key moment in modern history

Ahead of the 20th anniversary of the Berlin Wall, one exhibition is attempting to bring the historical moment to life to those too young to have experienced it. The "socialist dream", "young pioneers" and other catchphrases of communism, as well as information on the feared Stasi police and the Wall itself, are made real for the museum's young visitors. Duration: 02:06

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Resler Says Service Industry May Be Joining the Recovery- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- David Resler, chief economist at Nomura Securities International Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Carol Massar and Erik Schatzker about today's report from ADP Employer Services which says companies in the U.S. cut an estimated 203,000 jobs in October. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Pointer Sisters' Neutron Dance

The Pointer Sisters ended their appearance on The Early Show with their hit from the film Beverly Hills Cop: Neutron Dance.

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Knots Landing Cast Reunion

Harry Smith talks to Michelle Lee, Joan Van Ark and Kevin Dobson about their time on Knots Landing, what they called the original Desperate Housewives.

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H1N1 May be Fatal for Seniors

A new study shows those over 50 who are hospitalized with the H1N1 virus have a significant increased risk of death, reports Dr. Jennifer Ashton.

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Emerging Market Rate Decisions Influence Forex Trading- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Sara Eisen reports on the outlook for monetary policy decisions this week in emerging markets and the impact of those decision on currency trades. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Pointer Sisters' New Member

The granddaughter of late Pointer Sister June Pointer joined the remaining sisters on-stage to complete the famous trio.

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US envoy in rare talks with Suu Kyi

The most senior US official to visit Myanmar for 14 years held talks with pro-democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi Wednesday after the ruling junta granted the Nobel laureate a rare break from detention. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Kurt Campbell also met Myanmar's prime minister as the administration of President Barack Obama seeks a new era of engagement with the military regime. Duration: 01:39.

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Pointer Sisters, 'I'm So Excited'

Girl group The Pointer Sisters performed their classic 1983 hit, "I'm So Excited," on "The Early Show."

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Blackboard's Chasen Says Price Reflects Product Updates- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Michael Chasen, chief executive officer of Blackboard Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton about the company's education software technology. Blackboard's software allows college professors to post course materials, conduct discussions and make assignments online. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Tragic End for Missing Students

Three N.D. college students apparently missed a turn and died in a sinkhole pond where their car sunk, reports Hattie Kauffman.

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Toys of 1983

The Early Show took a look back at popular toys of 1983 like Cabbage Patch Kids, Care Bears and Super Mario Bros.

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Ohio House of Horrors Searched

More bodily remains are found at at the Ohio home of a registered sex offender faces charges of rape, kidnapping and multiple murder, reports Randall Pinkston.

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GM to Retain Opel in Break From Post-Bankruptcy Plan- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- General Motors Co.’s board voted to keep its Opel unit rather than sell a majority stake to Magna International Inc. and partner OAO Sberbank, citing an improving economy and the brand’s strategic importance. Bloomberg's Greg Miles reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Gold Hits Record High as Dollar Weakens; GM to Hold onto Opel

Nov.4 -- Bloomberg's Jane King summarizes the day's top stories in the Bloomberg Business Report.

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Wolf Says Private Sector Holds Key to Deficit Reduction- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Financial Times Chief Economic Commentator Martin Wolf talks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu about the impact of a private sector recovery on government deficits and the global recovery. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Hainer `Cautiously Optimistic' on Adidas's Sales Outlook- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Herbert Hainer, chief executive officer of Adidas AG, talks with Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton, Erik Schatzker and Philipp Encz about the company's third-quarter profit reported today. The world's second-largest sporting-goods maker said net income fell 30 percent to 213 million euros ($314 million), beating analysts' estimates. Adidas will make the jerseys for as many as 12 teams participating in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Levitt Says U.K. Needs Stronger Regulation Than U.S.- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Arthur Levitt talks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker and Deirdre Bolton about U.S. versus U.K. financial regulation. Levitt also discusses compensation oversight and the importance of regulatory overhaul. Levitt is a senior adviser to the Carlyle Group, an adviser to Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and a board member of Bloomberg LP, the parent company of Bloomberg News. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Nooyi Sees Future of Capitalism as 'Honest Partnership'- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Indra Nooyi, chief executive officer of PepsiCo Inc., and Niall Ferguson, a professor at Harvard University commented on the outlook for capitalism during a panel discussion yesterday at the Aspen Institute's "Capitalism and the Future" forum at the New York Public Library. Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Family Hopes for Closure

Harry Smith spoke with the daughter and mother of Tanya Carmichael who went missing a year ago near a home where bodies were recently discovered. The family hopes to finally know what happened to Tanya.

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Africans in China look for success

A news anchorwoman and a nightclub DJ join other young Africans finding success in China.

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GOP Downplays NY 23 Loss

GOP Chairman Michael Steele downplays a Democratic victory in a key New York state congressional race where luminaries like Sarah Palin threw their weight into the ring.

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Inside Obama's '08 Campaign

Harry Smith spoke with author David Plouffe about his new book's insider's look at President Obama's 2008 campaign.

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Disney wins Shanghai park nod

Shanghai residents excited about the prospect of Disneyland in their city.

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President Obama's Promises

During the presidential campaign, President Obama made more than 500 promises and so far he has yet to deliver on many. Bill Plante reports.

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GOP Wins in NJ and Va. State Races

The GOP wins gubernatorial races in N.J. and Va., also gay marriage was struck down by voters in Maine and billionaire Michael Bloomberg re-elected in NYC by a slim margin reports Jeff Glor.

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FT's Lex Columnist McLannahan on Disney Plans in China- Video

Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Ben McLannahan of the Financial Times' Lex commentary team talks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker about Walt Disney Co. winning China's government approval to build a theme park in Shanghai. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Business Update- Asia shared up

Asian shares edge higher and the U.S. dollar lower ahead of key central bank developments in the U.S. and Europe.

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U.S., U.K. Approach Financial Overhaul in Different Ways- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. and the U.K. governments are both looking to overhaul their financial systems, but each country has a very different plan for regulation. Bloomberg's Lizzie O'Leary reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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GM keeps Opel

GM decides to keep Opel's European operations, undoing months of negotiations to sell it to a Russian-backed group leg by Canada's Magna.

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2012 premieres in Los Angeles

Director Roland Emmerich's latest version of the end of the world, "2012," premieres in Los Angeles.

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Fiji orders envoys out

Fiji's self-appointed Prime Minister orders Australia and New Zealand envoys to leave, accusing countries of judicial interference.

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Surf culture develops on China's Hainan island

A surf culture is beginning to develop on China's tropical island of Hainan as both middle-class and counter-culture hippie types learn to ride the waves. Surf operators, including foreign veterans of the sport, are popping up to service this new clientele, and this coming weekend, Hainan will host China's only surfing competition -- the Hainan Open. Duration: 02:03.

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Matisse and Rodin- two artists face to face

French artist Henri Matisse used Auguste Rodin, who was 30 year older, as a constant source of inspiration for his sculptures. The Matisse-Rodin exhibition at the Rodin Museum in Paris until the end of February, revisits the link between the two great masters. Duration: 01:45.

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Mosquitoes develop resistance as Burkina Faso battles malaria

Burkina Faso is to supply its entire population with six million mosquito nets after research has shown many of the mosquitoes in the country have developed resistance to insecticides. The development fuels a malaria crisis in the West African nation -- over a disease which claims the life of an African child every 30 seconds, and has one million victims worldwide. Duration: 02:03.

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Dudenhoeffer Doubts GM's Opel Unit Can Survive in Europe

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Ferdinand Dudenhoeffer, director of the Center for Automotive Research at the University of Duisburg-Essen, talks about the decision by General Motors Co. to keep its Opel unit rather than sell a majority stake to Magna International Inc. and partner OAO Sberbank.

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Forklift driver's alcohol pile-up

CCTV video captures the moment a bungling forklift truck driver destroys an estimated $150,000 (USD) worth of bottled alcohol in a warehouse in Moscow, Russia.

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11-4- Mayor-Elect Mike Bell

Brief selection from Toledo Mayor-Elect Mike Bell's interview with Blade Staff writers Tom Troy and Ignazio Messina.

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Assessing Election Day 2009

The Times's Adam Nagourney reports on what the elections might mean for the national political landscape.

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Missing ND College Students Presser

According to authorities, the bodies of Afton Williamson, Kyrstin Gemar and Ashley Neufeld were pulled from a pond northwest of Dickinson Tuesday. Local affiliate KXMB in Dickinson, ND reports.

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Republicans Ride Economic Woes to Wins in N.J., Virginia- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Republicans swept governors' races in New Jersey and Virginia as voters worried about jobs and the economy punished Democrats. New Jersey's Democratic Governor Jon Corzine lost to Republican Christopher Christie. In Virginia, Republican Bob McDonnell beat Democrat Creigh Deeds by a 17-point margin. In a congressional race in New York that took on national significance, Democrat Bill Owens defeated Conservative Doug Hoffman to win in a district that has been represented by Republicans since the Civil War. Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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AT&T Sues Verizon Over Ads; Honda Demand in China Surges- Video

Nov. 4 (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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Sean 'Diddy' Combs Diversifies Amid Record Label Losses- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Michele Steele reports on entertainment and retail entrepreneur Sean 'Diddy' Combs and his recent business ventures. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Snow Says Medco May Use Cash to Make Acquisitions- Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- David Snow, chief executive officer of Medco Health Solutions Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Matt Miller and Carol Massar about the company's acquisition strategy. Medco, the largest U.S. pharmacy benefits manager, said third-quarter earnings rose 13 percent with the help of new clients and increased prescriptions for generic drugs. The company had a cash balance of $2.02 billion. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Obama urges action as Europe ups climate pressure on US

US President Barack Obama on Tuesday said it was "imperative to redouble our efforts" to combat global warming, as European leaders pressed Washington to take action on climate change ahead of next month's summit. Duration: 00:38

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Biggest Surprise as First Lady

Michelle Obama talks with Katie Couric about how her role as the First Lady has changed her perspective.

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Buffett bets on US economy

The American rail system is back in the spotlight - now that billionaire investor Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is buying out Burlington Northern Santa Fe in a deal valuing the railroad at $34 billion.

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Thailand lights up for full moon

Fireworks and around 100,000 banana rafts light up Thailand's Mae Klong district, as people celebrate the full moon festival.

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Bankers don charity boxing gloves

Bankers and hedge fund managers put on their boxing gloves and fight it out for charity in Hong Kong.

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Settlers take over Palestinian house

Jewish settlers took over a Palestinian house in East Jerusalem after a court ruled in their favour following a lengthy landownership dispute.

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Money to welcome you to the West

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

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Holiday Movie Preview

For all of you movie buffs out there anxiously awaiting the holiday movie season, Kevin Polowy, editor at Moviefone is here to give us a little preview of what we are in store for.

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Tips to Simplify Life

With calendars more booked than ever, endless to-do lists and 24/7 demands, people want to live their lives on their terms. A little technology can go far when it comes to staying organized, and Omar Wasow, tech guru, is here to show us how simple it can be.

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Matt and Tamsen- Working Out With Your Spouse

We all have our own routines when it comes to working out. So what happens when your spouse wants to work out with you? Well, our relationship experts Matt Titus and Tamsen Fadal tackle that weighty subject in today's Ask Matt and Tamsen.

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Unique Holiday Gift Ideas

As strange as it may seem, we are approaching holiday shopping time. So we sent Lauren to track down some of the latest unique gifts with style guide Bobbie Thomas at this year's holiday look book.

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Gentlemen Broncos

Better takes a look at this new release from the makers of Napoleon Dynamite. They describe this movie as a more out there version of the same day to day comedy present in their previous movie. Take a look.

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Paint and Play

We are always on the lookout for fun ways to keep your toddlers active and on-the-go. In today's Better Parenting, Tony takes us on an outing with an artistic twist.

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Fall Flowers

Your garden may be done for the season, but that does not mean there is not plenty to pick from. Rhiannon and lifestyle expert Mar Jennings show us how to bring the beauty of fall indoors. And get this: no watering needed.

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Clam Chowder

The days are getting chillier and nothing warms us up better than soups and chowders. Kristina gives us a step by step way to a tasty and warm treat!

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