Tomorrow's News: Friday, July 24

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Traders worldwide will be paying close attention as Japan's ruling party names a new prime minister Friday. A choice of Keizo Obuchi, the man most closely aligned with the regime, could signal that the government is still not ready to make needed change.

NBA Commissioner David Stern and players' union rep Billy Hunter meet to discuss the league's labor stalemate. But don't look for an end to the lockout anytime soon -- Stern goes on vacation next week.

Susan McDougal finally gets something to take her mind off of Ken Starr when she enters a California courtroom for the opening of her trial over charges she embezzled $150,000 from conductor Zubin Mehta.

And that sound you hear is Oscar buzz for Steven Spielberg, whose 'Saving Private Ryan' opens nationwide.