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Thursday, November 5, 2009

Soldier Shooting Spree

A t least a dozen people were killed during a soldier shooting rampage at the Ft. Hood army base. As David Martin reports, police fatally shot the gunman and two other suspects have been apprehended.

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Protests Against Healthcare Bill

Thousands of protesters arrived outside Capitol Hill to try to stop the passing of a healthcare reform bill. Chip Reid reports.

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Tracking Sex Offenders

Restrictions placed on sex offenders will be tightened next year when all states will be required to closely track sex offenders and inform the public about the most violent. Bill Whitaker reports.

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Massacre at U.S. Army Base

Katie Couric speaks with CBS News' David Martin at the Pentagon and correspondent Don Teague, reporting from the Ft. Hood army base in Texas.

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Nelson Says NetSuite Customers Starting to Spend Again- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Zach Nelson, chief executive officer of NetSuite Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Pimm Fox about the outlook for company growth. Nelson also discusses cloud computing, which lets companies store and access data over the Internet. (Source: Bloomberg)

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What Happened at Ft. Hood?

A civilian who was present at the Ft. Hood army base during the shooting spree recounts her experiences to Katie Couric as army officials placed the base on lock down security.

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Rohatyn Sees Allstate Muni Sale as Sign of `Big Problem'- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Felix Rohatyn, president of Rohatyn Associates, talks with Bloomberg's Pimm Fox about Allstate Corp.'s decision to reduce its municipal bond holdings and prospects for the U.S. dollar. He also discusses state finances and the economy. Allstate, the largest publicly traded U.S. home and auto insurer, is paring its municipal-bond holdings because state and local governments are “not in great shape,” Chief Executive Officer Thomas Wilson said. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Military Base Violence Trend

A deadly rampage at Ft. Hood has sparked concerns about soldiers harming their own. As Armen Keteyian reports, there have been several similar incidences at U.S. military bases.

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Evening News Online, 11.05.09

Thursday: An American soldier opens fire on his own, killing at least 12 and severely injuring dozens more at the Ft. Hood army base in Texas.

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Shooting at U.S. Army Base; 7 Dead

BREAKING NEWS: At least seven people have been killed and as many as 30 others were wounded in a shooting at the Ft. Hood army base in Killeen, Tex. Katie Couric reports.

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Obama Reacts To Ft. Hood

During an event at the Department of the Interior President Obama expressed his shock over the deadly shootings at Ft. Hood.

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EU offers file-sharers protection

EU draft law offer greater protection to Internet users throughout Europe accused of illegal file-sharing.

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11-5- St. Ursula volleyball

BCSN highlights: St. Ursula vs. Amherst volleyball.

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11-5- Northview girls soccer

BCSN highlights: Northview vs. Findlay girls soccer.

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11-5- Bedford volleyball

BCSN highlights: Bedford vs. Monroe volleyball.

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Potrock Discusses Disney-ESPN Sports Complex Partnership- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Kenneth Potrock, senior vice president at Walt Disney Co.'s Disney Sports Enterprises, talks with Bloomberg's Julie Hyman about Disney's plans to broadcast events from its sports complex in Florida on ESPN's networks. (Source: Bloomberg)

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A Capitol Rumble

According to estimates, thousands protested at the Capitol against the House Democrats health care bill.

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Razzano Expects More Arrests on Galleon Insider Trading- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Frank Razzano, a partner at Pepper Hamilton LLC, talks with Bloomberg's Matt Miller and Carol Massar about charges against 14 people in an alleged insider trading scheme tied to Galleon Group. Zvi Goffer, a former Galleon employee, and Craig Drimal, who worked at the Manhattan firm's offices, were arrested today, the FBI said. Goffer, the alleged ringleader of the scheme and founder of Incremental Capital LLC, paid his tipsters for information on mergers and acquisitions, and gave them pre-paid mobile phones to avoid detection, the government said. (Source: Bloomberg)

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German Opel workers on strike

Thousands of German Opel workers go on strike to protest against GM's decision to keep European unit Opel, even though British Vauxhall staff were pleased with the move.

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Opel staff strike after GM decision

Thousands of German Opel workers go on strike to protest against GM's decision to keep European unit Opel, even though British Vauxhall staff were pleased with the move.

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Shooting at U.S. Army Base; 12 Dead

BREAKING NEWS: At least 12 people have been killed and as many as 30 others were wounded in a shooting at the Ft. Hood army base in Killeen, Tex. Katie Couric reports.

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The Little Prince drops in on Brazil

The Little Prince, the intergalactic boy traveler who is part of many peoples' childhoods around the world, is visiting Brazil in a show also honoring his adventuresome creator. Duration: 01:39

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Hungry 'roos plague outback town

Large numbers of kangaroos invade a drought-striken Australian town under nightfall in search of food and water.

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Tecce Expects More Antitrust Cases Brought Against Intel- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Former assistant U.S. attorney Fred Tecce talks with Bloomberg's Julie Hyman about the case brought against Intel Corp. by New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo. Intel was accused by Cuome of threatening computer manufacturers and making billions of dollars in illegal payments to pressure them to use its chips. (This report is an excerpt of the full interview. Source: Bloomberg)

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Fahy Says U.S. Has `Very Strong' Insider-Trading Case- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- John Fahy, partner at Fahy Choi LLC, and Thomas Newkirk, a partner at Jenner & Block LLP, talk with Bloomberg's Mark Crumpton about federal charges against 14 people, including hedge fund managers and an ex-employee of Galleon Group, as part of a probe of an alleged insider trading scheme totaling $40 million. (Source: Bloomberg)

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U.N. to evacuate Afghan staff

The U.N. will evacuate hundreds of its international staff members from Afghanistan, following deadly attack last week.

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Kafka Discusses Apple TV Subscription Service on ITunes- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomerg) -- Peter Kafka, senior editor at All Things Digital.com, talks with Bloomberg's Julie Hyman about Apple Inc.'s bid to launch a monthy TV subscription service via its iTunes software. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Business Update- GM slashing jobs

GM is to slash 10,000 jobs across Europe as it restructures Opel and Vauxhall. The Bank of England extends its quantitative easing programme as the ECB leaves interest rates unchanged.

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Squatters make most of empty London homes

Central London is one of the most expensive places to live on the planet. But hundreds of properties -- amongst them mansions and former embassies -- are left empty by their owners, often leaving the way open for communities of squatters to set up home. One multi-million pound property, in London's famous Leicester Square, has been taken over by an art collective offering a rent-free space to cash-strapped performers. Duration: 02:07

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Record prices return to Sotheby's

Several records were broken for artists at Sotheby's New York auction of impressionist and modern art Wednesday, with 181 million dollars in sales, above the pre-auction estimate. Duration: 01:41

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French banks to implement G20 bonus curbs

French banks pledged on Thursday to stagger payment of half of all banker bonuses over three years and to pay half in the form of shares, in line with measures agreed at the G20 summit in Pittsburgh. Duration: 00:48

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Foo Fighters warm up for MTV's EMAs

Foo Fighter in rehearsals ahead of the 2009 MTV European Music Awards

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Obama- "This Is No Small Endorsement"

President Obama thanked the AARP and AMA for their support of a House healthcare reform bill during a surprise visit to the White House Briefing Room.

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FTI's Dunn Sees Signs of Corporate Confidence Returning- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Jack Dunn, chief executive officer of FTI Consulting Inc., talks Bloomberg's Margaret Bennan about signs of confidence returning to corporate America. Dunn also discusses FTI's acquisition strategy and staffing, and the Obama administration's enforcement of antitrust laws. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Unplugged- New Palin Book Dissected

CBS News Director of Political Coverage Steve Chaggaris spoke with Politico's Manu Raju about what's facing moderate Democrats in Congress. Plus; Scott Conroy and Shushanna Walshe on their new book, "Sarah from Alaska."

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Yankees' fans enjoy World Series win

Baseball fans celebrate as the New York Yankees beat the Philadelphia Phillies 7-3 to win their 27th World Series.

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UN pulls hundreds of staff from Afghanistan

The UN announced Thursday it was evacuating more than half its international staff from Afghanistan after a deadly Taliban attack on a guesthouse for UN workers. Duration: 00:36

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Mantega Says Brazil Economy Can `Easily' Grow 5% in 2010- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Brazilian Finance Minister Guido Mantega comments on the outlook for the country's economy, taxes on foreign investments and the government's currency policy. Bloomberg's Margaret Brennan reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Mike Tyson welcomed in Wales

Former world heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson speaks about dealing with his inner demons and the hard times many boxers face.

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Swine flu hits remote Amazon tribe

An isolated Amazon Indian tribe who have little resistance to introduced disease have been struck down by swine flu.

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Mont Blanc gets a height check

Mont Blanc, the highest peak in the Alps is standing tall -- all 4,810.45 metres of it. That's only 45 centimetres less than when it was last measured four years ago, but three metres above the height French schoolchildren have long been taught. Scientists carried out new measurements in September -- and on Thursday announced some surprising finds from the top of the summit straddling France and Italy. Duration: 01:15

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Ohio alleged serial killer in court

A convicted rapist from Cleveland is charged with multiple murders after police found 10 corpses and a partial skeleton on his property.

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UBS' Morris Sees Syndication Boosting CBS's Revenue- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Michael Morris, an analyst with UBS AG, talks with Bloomberg’s Carol Massar, Adam Johnson and Jon Erlichman about the outlook for CBS Corp.'s earnings. Morris also discusses the prospects for advertising revenue and the potential of the company's interactive unit. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Integrating An Ounce Of Prevention

Dr. Jon LaPook investigated Duke Integrative Medicine's non-traditional approach to preventing health issues before they happen. Duke believes this is the future of healthcare.

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Newkirk Says Insider Arrests Show `More Aggressive' Move- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Thomas Newkirk, a partner at Jenner & Block LLP, talks with Bloomberg's Carol Massar, Adam Johnson, Scarlet Fu and Jon Erlichman about the Federal Bureau of Investigation's arrest of 14 people, including a former employee at the office of the Galleon Group hedge fund firm, as part of an investigation of an alleged $20 million insider-trading scheme. Charges against the men include conspiracy and fraud, according to documents filed in New York federal court. (Source: Bloomberg)

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IPOfinancial.com's Menlow Calls Hyatt Offering `Risky'- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- David Menlow, president of IPOfinancial.com, talks with Bloomberg's Carol Massar and Adam Johnson about Hyatt Hotels Corp.'s initial public offering. Hyatt, the hotel chain controlled by Chicago's Pritzker family, raised $950 million in the third-biggest U.S. IPO this year, selling 38 million shares at $25 each, at the higher end of its forecast range. (Source: Bloomberg)

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'The Great Pretender' Live

The reformation of the 1950s singing group, The Platters performed the group's classic hit, 'The Great Pretender.'

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A Miss America Reunion

Harry Smith spoke with five Miss Americas from the past five decades including CBS's Debbye Turner Bell who was Miss America 1990.

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The Platters on 'Only You' Mistake

Members of the 1950s singing group The Platters and their founder Herb Reed spoke to Debbye Turner Bell and Harry Smith the mistake caused the popularity of the single "Only You."

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FBI Arrests Former Galleon Office Worker, 13 Others- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- FBI agents arrested 14 people as part of an ongoing insider trading investigation, including a former worker at the offices of the Galleon Group hedge fund firm, the center of an alleged $20 million scheme. Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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The Platters' Classic, 'Only You'

The reformation of the 1950s singing group, The Platters performed the group's classic 1954 hit, "Only You."

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Johnson Says Stadium-Name Rights Harder to Sell in Slump- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- New York Jets owner Woody Johnson talks with Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton and Erik Schatzker about the new football stadium for the Jets and New York Giants. The stadium, which has yet to secure a naming-rights partner, is scheduled to open for the 2010 season. PepsiCo Inc., MetLife, Inc., Anheuser-Busch InBev NV and Verizon Communications Inc. have bought sponsorship rights in the new venue. Johnson also discusses the USS New York, a Navy ship made with steel from the World Trade Center. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Garza Says Mexico Must Change Oil Investment Regulation- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Former U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Antonio Garza says that Mexico should repeal regulation that prohibits private investment in the country's state-run oil industry. Bloomberg's Cris Valerio reports from the Bloomberg Mexico Economic Forum in Mexico City. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Obesity an H1N1 Risk Factor

Harry Smith spoke to Dr. Holly Phillips about how morbidly obese people may be in particular danger when contracting H1N1.

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UN to evacuate Afghan staff

The U.N. will evacuate hundreds of its international staff members from Afghanistan, following deadly attack last week.

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Sitter Hid Baby in a Box

The search for a missing Fla. baby had a happy ending when the infant was found alive and in a box under her babysitter's bed. Michelle Gielan reports.

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Babysitter Hid Toddler in a Box

The search for a missing Fla. toddler had a happy ending when the baby was found alive and in a box under her babysitter's bed. Michelle Gielan reports.

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Ebel Says Spectra Plans to Invest $1 Billion in 2011- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Gregory Ebel, chief executive officer of Spectra Energy Corp., talks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker about the company's investment spending outlook. Ebel also discusses natural gas prices and cost controls. Spectra, the third-biggest U.S. pipeline operator by market value, said net income fell 35 percent to $191 million, or 30 cents a share, in the third quarter due to lower natural gas prices. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Motherhood from 1954 to 2009

The Early Show anchors show how motherhood has changed over the decades by comparing the most popular baby products from 1954 with their 2009 versions.

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Julie Chen's Early Visit

Julie Chen stopped by "The Early Show" to share happy baby news and talk about her first experience as a mother.

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Luggage Thugs Caught

Police in Arizona busted a husband and wife team accused of taking hundreds of pieces of luggage from baggage carousels. Susan Koeppen investigates stealing baggage in major airports.

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Business Update- Asia exporters dip

Asian exporters are stung by stronger regional currencies as the dollar falls on U.S. recovery doubts.

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Toyota surprises with Q2 profit

Toyota reduces its 6-month loss forecast from $4 billion to $1.37 billion on Thursday.

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Cohen Discusses Acquisition Activity, U.S. Economy- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- H. Rodgin Cohen, chairman of Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, talks with Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton and Erik Schatzker about the outlook for merger and acquisition activity, the outlook for the U.S. economy and the banking industry. (This is an excerpt of the full interview. Source: Bloomberg)

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Garza Says Mexican Economy Hit by `Perfect Storm'- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Former U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Antonio Garza says the Mexican economy has been hit by a "perfect storm" as the U.S. recession eroded demand for the country's exports and swine flu hurt tourism. Bloomberg's Cris Valerio reports from the Bloomberg Mexico Economic Forum in Mexico City. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Seasonal Flu Shot Shortage

A new report shows a the seasonal flu shot is now in short supply. Dr. Holly Phillips explains the shortage and the high demand for the vaccine.

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Closing Arguments in Cioffi-Tannin Trial to Start Today- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Su Keenan reports on the trial of former Bear Stearns Cos. hedge-fund managers Matthew Tannin at Ralph Cioffi, who were both accused of misleading investors about the health of two funds, which cost investors $1.6 billion when they collapsed in 2007. Closing arguments are set to begin today. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Garrido Victim Blames Parole System

Debbye Turner Bell spoke with victim Katherine Callaway Hall about a new report that showed how parole officers qualified sexual predator Phillip Garrido as low-risk.

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China-Africa trade, ties grow

Chinese President Wen Jiabao is expected to offer Africa at least $5 billion in credit and loans at an upcoming summit.

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Checking in to the past- East German history hotel

Clocks at the reception give the time in Havana and Moscow. Communist leaders look down with thin-lipped smiles from portraits on the wall. At the East Hotel in Berlin, the reminders of East Germany and its authoritarian regime are everywhere. It's a place destined to please "Ostalgie" tourists eager to bunk down in the past. Duration: 01:35

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FT's Lex Columnist Comments on Chrysler Earnings Outlook- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Neil Buckley of the Financial Times' Lex commentary team talks with Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton about Chrysler Group LLC, which said it expects to break even in 2010 on an operating basis. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Hyatt Hotels’ IPO Raises $950 Million at $25 a Share- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Hyatt Hotels Corp., the hotel chain controlled by Chicago’s Pritzker family, raised $950 million in the third-largest U.S. initial public offering this year. The Pritzker family sold 38 million Class A shares at $25 each and will receive all the proceeds from the sale. Bloomberg's Jon Erlichman reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Chrysler Projects Breaking Even in 2010, Profit in 2011- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Chrysler Group LLC, the U.S. automaker run by Fiat SpA, said it will break even next year on an operating basis and begin to post a net profit in 2011 as it works to pay off all of its government loans by 2014. Bloomberg's Monica Bertran reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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AIG May Gain From Bond Rally; Bridgestone Forecasts Loss- Video

Nov. 5 (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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'Wall of shame' protest in West Bank

While the world commemorates the fall of one wall, another is the focus of unyielding protest. For some, the separation barrier between Israel and the West Bank is an essential security buffer, for others, a symbol of oppression. Every Friday, hundreds of people come to protest its presence. Duration: 02:05

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Japan's high-tech cemeteries

Japan, known for cutting-edge technology as well as ancestor worship, is merging the two with the latest in the funereal: card-activated crypts.

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Pakistan shows anti-Taliban mission

Footage released by Pakistani services Public Relations shows its military engaged in combat against a Taliban insurgent base in South Warziristan.

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Climate change explained to children in Mexico

An exhibit on climate change in Mexico City's Papalote children's museum aims to raise awareness of global warning in one of the world's top oil producers. Although Mexico has led global efforts to combat climate change, the issue is still new at home. Duration: 01:40

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Involving men in South Africa's fight against HIV

More people are HIV positive in South Africa than in any other country in the world. Yet many men still refuse to face up to the problem. A new scheme in Johannesburg hopes to change that, by talking directly to guys in the bars and clubs around town. Duration: 02:21

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MIT's Hockfield Says Endowment Drop Means `New Reality'- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Susan Hockfield, president of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, talks with Bloomberg's Margaret Brennan about the outlook for the school after its endowment dropped 21% this year. Hockfield also discusses budget cuts, the school's investment strategy and the implications for student aid. (Source: Bloomberg)

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11-5- Ford's new inflatable seat belts

Ford's new inflatable seat belts

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11-5- Ford's inflatable seat belts

Ford's inflatable seat belts

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Wirtz Favors Technology, Industrial Stocks, Petrohawk- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Keith Wirtz, chief investment officer at Fifth Third Asset Management, talks with Bloomberg's Margaret Brennan about the outlook for the U.S. equity market and his investment strategy. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Jordan Sees Some Risk With Hyatt's Dual Stock Classes- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Todd Jordan, managing director at Research Edge LLC, talks with Bloomberg's Carol Massar and Erik Schatzker about Hyatt Hotels Corp.'s initial public offering. The hotel chain controlled by Chicago's Pritzker family raised $950 million in its initial share sale. The stock began trading on the New York Stock Exchange today under the ticker H. (Source: Bloomberg)

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CA Officials on Phillip Garrido Case

California Inspector General David Shaw and California Department of Corrections secretary Matthew Cate spoke to Harry Smith about the mistakes made by parole officers in the Phillip Garrido case.

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H1N1 Declining in Some States

As new cases of the flu are declining in some states, Don Teague reports on free H1N1 flu vaccines offered in Dallas for the second day in a row to those in the highest risk groups.

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Fed leaves rates near zero

The Federal Reserve say it sees rates near zero for "an extended period" -- adding an economic recovery is building.

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Gore Benefits From Investments in 'Green' Movement- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Lindsey Arent reports on former U.S. Vice President Al Gore's recent business ventures and investments in environmental projects. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Italians cross about crucifix ban

Catholics in Italy are up in arms after a European Court ruled that crucifixes should be removed from the country's classrooms.

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Phillip Garrido Supervised Poorly

A new report details how California parole officers failed to properly supervise sex offender Phillip Garriodo who kept Jaycee Dugard captive for 18 years. Bill Whitaker Reports.

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Singer Calls Cioffi-Tannin a Case for Government to Lose- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Bill Singer, a partner at Stark & Stark, talks with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker about the outlook for the fraud trial of former Bear Stearns Cos. hedge-fund managers Matthew Tannin and Ralph Cioffi. Jurors in Brooklyn, New York, will hear closing arguments in the case starting today. Cioffi and Tannin are accused of misleading investors about the health of two funds, which cost investors $1.6 billion when they collapsed in 2007. Bloomberg's Dan Colarusso also speaks. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Profession- best international cheese-maker

Carrying around a dash of eloquence and a well-groomed moustache, cheese-maker Bernard Mure Ravaud has won several prices and, over 25 years, his cheese-shop in the French Alps city of Grenoble has proved a hit. Duration: 01:54

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Senate Renews Tax Credit for First-Time Home Buyers; Microsoft Windows 7 Sales "Fantastic" Says CEO Ballmer

Nov. 5 -- Bloomberg's Jane King summarizes the day's top stories in the Bloomberg Business Report.

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Republicans Like Huckabee Best for 2012

About 7 out of 10 Republicans (71%) say they would seriously consider supporting Mike Huckabee for president in 2012, putting him tops on the list of likely contenders though just slightly ahead of Mitt Romney and Sarah Palin.

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Clinton addresses settlement issue

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton seeks to clarify her comments on the issue of Israeli settlements in the West Bank.

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Peru's 'cloud catchers' harvest water

A new innovation is helping Peru's most isolated communities -- nets which "catch" clouds in the country's Andean heights, soaking up precipitation to be converted into water. Duration: 01:54

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Israel seizes major arms haul 'headed to Hezbollah'

Israeli naval commandos intercepted a ship carrying "hundreds of tonnes" of arms which officials said were being sent from Iran to the Hezbollah militia in Lebanon. The haul from the Francop ship is among the largest ever seized by Israel, containing hundreds of ammunition crates packed into shipping containers, many hidden behind sacks of cement. Duration: 00:36

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Mixed views over GM keeping 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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Infant Cemetery Vandalism

A cemetery for infants has become the target of thieves. Many of the gravesites are sprinkled with trinkets for the late infants, but someone is stealing these mementos. Karina Mitchell reports.

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Clinton addresses settlement issue

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton seeks to clarify her comments on the issue of Israeli settlements in the West Bank.

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Evercore's Knee Says Media Companies Need More Focus- Video

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Jonathan Knee, senior managing director at Evercore Partners, talks with Bloomberg's Margaret Brennan about the outlook for the media industry. Knee also discusses the possibility of a deal between General Electric Co.'s NBC Universal and Comcast Corp. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Lisbon Treaty -- what does it mean to EU citizens?

With the last hurdle for the Lisbon Treaty out of the way, people across the European Union can now focus on another question: what is it, exactly? The document seeks to reform the unwieldy 27-nation bloc, but it is unclear to most how that will change life for the 300 million people within its mandate. Reaction from the streets of London, Warsaw, Paris and Berlin. Duration: 02:24

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Returning to Work After Giving Birth

Going back to work after baby can be stressful for the whole family. But there are ways to ease the transition and make it work for everybody. Anne has some insight into this emotional dilemma.

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Teens and Finances

These days more and more teens are worrying about paying for college rather than getting into college. Finance expert, Farnoosh Torabi is here to help both parents and young adults deal with the economic downturn.

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Party Like a Rock Star

Time to party like a rock star. At least that's what event planner to the stars and author Jes Gordon suggests. She shows us how to set a sophisticated mood for a holiday party, without breaking the bank.

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Party Like a Rock Star Part 2

Earlier celebrity event planner Jes Gordon showed us how to decorate our homes for a holiday party. Now it's time to stock the bar. We met up with Jes at Crate and Barrel for all the essentials.

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Hot Topic - Lisa Drayer

Audra and Lisa talk about H1N1, hand sanitizer, impulse buys, and advertizing scare tactics. Take a look and get engaged over this hot topic.

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Jay Z and DJ Hero

It seems all types of people are into video games these days and rapper Jay Z is one of them. Rhiannon tells us how the star is helping launch a new video game.

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Right Size Smoothie

Have you ever been on a diet and the scale freezes and you can't seem to lose that last 5 or 10 pounds? Well Steve Bostic, president of Right Size Smoothies, calls this the dreaded diet plateau and he stopped by to talk to me about getting past it.

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Rey Fresco

With their classical but funky beats the band, Rey Fresco, is unlike anything you've heard before. Rhiannon caught up with the group to discuss their style and all the recent attention they're getting in the music industry.

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Beauty Myths

We have all heard the so-called simple solutions to our beauty problems, but today, Lisa Drayer, author of The Beauty Diet is here to debunk some of the most common beauty myths that get us every time.

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The Dog Whisperer

He talks to dogs. Of course, we are talking about Cesar Millan, the dog whisperer. Our own pet lifestyle expert, Wendy Diamond, sat down with the canine coach to talk about the new season and get a few tips.

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Herrmann Expects `Bigger Jump' in U.S. Unemployment Rate- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- John Herrmann, president of Herrmann Forecasting, and Ronald Blackwell, chief economist at the AFL-CIO labor union talk with Bloomberg's Carol Massar and Matt Miller about the outlook for the U.S. labor market. (Source: Bloomberg)

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JPMorgan's Lee Says Payroll Growth Key for U.S. Recovery- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Thomas Lee, chief U.S. equity strategist at JPMorgan Chase & Co., talks with Bloomberg's Carol Massar and Matt Miller about the outlook for U.S. economic recovery. Lee also discusses unemployment and the October jobs report. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Perkins Sees Few `Discretionary Dollars' for Teen Retail- Video

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Ken Perkins, president of research firm Retail Metrics, talks with Bloomberg's Julie Hyman and Mark Crumpton about sales at U.S. teen retailers and other stores. Aeropostale Inc., American Eagle Outfitters Inc. and Limited Brands Inc. reported October sales that missed analysts’ estimates before the start of the holiday shopping season. (Source: Bloomberg)

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ICC to probe Kenya election violence

The ICC Chief Prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo arrives in Kenya to request an investigation into suspected crimes against humanity, committed during the post-election violence in 2008.

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Fitness Expense Cuts

When it comes to staying in shape, it can get expensive. Between gym memberships, and buying the right foods. Better fitness expert Andrea Metcalf shows how you can cut down on your fitness expense without giving up on your workout routine.

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Business Update- Buffett's big buy

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett is buying a railroad company in a deal analysts say expresses the closely-watched investor's confidence in the economy.

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Business Update- UK bank shake-up

Lloyds and RBS raise new capital and agree to sell of businesses in the latest shake up of the UK banking system; UBS suffers fourth straight quarterly loss; EC predicts Europe's economy will rebound next year and accelerate in 2011.

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Bergman Says Burlington Makes Sense in Buffett Portfolio- Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Bill Bergman, an analyst at Morningstar Inc., talks with Bloomberg's Lori Rothman about Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc.'s agreement to buy Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corp. The purchase of the railroad, the largest ever for Berkshire, will cost the company $26 billion, or $100 a share in cash and stock. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Matthews Says Berkshire Betting on Economy, Rail Growth- Video

Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Jeffrey Matthews, founder of hedge fund Ram Partners LP and author of "Pilgrimage to Warren Buffett's Omaha," talks with Bloomberg's Margaret Brennan about 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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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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Vanilla Ice's 'Ice Ice Baby'

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

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