Thursday: A U.S.-born cleric is tied to the Christmas Day terror attempt; Also, President Obama reviews top-government intelligence reports on suspect Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab; And, celebrating New Year's Eve around the world.
Wednesday: A suicide bomber strikes inside a U.S. base in Afghanistan. At least eight Americans are killed; Plus, Dutch and U.S. officials are in a dispute over why body scans weren't already being used in the Netherlands.
Tuesday: President Obama is demanding answers on why authorities missed signs before the Christmas Day terror attempt; Plus, An aspiring filmmaker lost his job as an ad executive and creates a film about it.
Friday: An attempted act of terror on board a Delta Airlines plane, as an alleged al-Qaeda collaborator sets off an explosive; Also, President Obama raises airport security; And, deployed troops and Christmas.
Thursday: The U.S. Senate passes historic health care reform legislation; Also, Pope Benedict XVI is attacked during a Christmas Eve Vatican ceremony; And, communities set up Christmas trees on a budget.
Wednesday: An American Airlines flight came extremely close to ending in tragedy as the jet skidded off the runway; Plus, Holiday travel plans for travelers are about to be ruined thanks to another wicked storm.
Monday: New time restrictions set for airlines keeping passengers on the tarmac; Also, remembering what many consider one of the worst decades in modern history; And, Rwandan women unite to weave their way out of poverty.
Wednesday: Congress gets closer to passing historic health care reform legislation; Also, hate crimes escalate in small town America; And, why big banks are eager to pay back government stimulus funds.
Saturday: Tiger Woods learned one of his major sponsors is phasing out his commercials; Plus, Pakistani police question five young American Muslims suspected of making contact with a Taliban recruiter.
Monday: President Obama will defend his decision to send 30,000 more troops to Afghanistan in his upcoming speech; Plus, as 4 slain police officers were mourned, the search continues for the suspect of the murders.
Monday: The largest crib recall in U.S. history after a series of alarming infant deaths; Also, Pres. Obama faces increased opposition from the American public; And, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
Saturday:President Obama arrived in Singapore, calling himself the first "Pacific President"; Plus, Officials are having their say regarding the case of accused 9/11 plotters standing trial in New York.
Friday: The aftermath of the Ft. Hood army base massacre, as questions remain as to why a soldier opened fire on his own; Also, the unemployment rate soars above ten percent; And, Katie Couric meets "Precious."
Thursday: Scotland officials release the terminally-ill convicted terrorist behind the infamous Lockerbie bombing; Also, school officials concerned over H1N1 virus; And, two friends set out on an unusual humanitarian mission.
Monday: Two Washington, D.C. commuter trains collide, killing several passengers and leaving dozens of others injured; Also, government crackdown intensifies in Iran; And, an artist fights gloom over the recession.
Wednesday: As Pres. Obama travels to the Middle East to deliver a critical speech to the Arab World, Osama Bin Laden releases a new tape condemning the U.S. leader; Also, a new cancer drug for canines.
"Bob Schieffer spoke with Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner about economic recovery; CBS\'s Lara Logan and The Washington Post\'s Perry Bacon discussed world relations and Bob Schieffer\'s royal amusement.
"Bob Schieffer spoke with Director Lawrence Summers, Slate magazine\'s John Dickerson and Georgetown University\'s Michael Eric Dyson about Barack Obama\'s inauguration and his first steps as President.
"Bob Schieffer spoke with Sen. Dick Durbin and Roland Burris about Burris\' controversial Senate nomination; Rep. John Boehner spoke on Obama\'s tax plan and Bob Schieffer looks forward to new memories.
One of the country's biggest electric utilities has received federal stimulus money for a pioneering project aimed at cutting harmful gas emissions before they pollute the planet. Cynthia Bowers has more.
Friday: Congressional Republicans openly attempt to stall health care reform progress; Also, an alarming rise reported among autism cases in the U.S.; And, a doctor attempts to ease the adoption process with her "American Spirit."
What began as a car accident outside his Florida home in the wee hours of black Friday . . . quickly turned into a black eye on the reputation of the world's top golfer. CBS News' John Bentley looks at the VIP lifestyle that landed Tiger in such hot water.
Sunday: In a Calif. town, the war is part of everyday life since the Marine Corps base is close by; Plus, President Obama makes his way to Capitol Hill to rally Senate Democrats behind health care reform.
Saturday: Amanda Knox is gearing up for an appeal following her conviction for the murder of her roommate; Plus, Hundreds rallied in NYC to protest plans to hold terrorism trials in a federal courthouse.
Many U.S. troops at war this Thanksgiving would give anything to be with their family, but there is still an important battle to fight. Mandy Clark has more on U.S. troops celebrating Thanksgiving at war.
While President Obama departs for a four-nation trip to Asia, Katie Couric notes that his diplomatic visit could help to re-strengthen ties between the U.S. and Japan, which have recently been stained.
As Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton's approval rating is at 65 percent, higher than both Michelle and President Barack Obama's. Katie Couric comments that even conservatives are changing their tune.
For the past year, air fares nationwide have been reduced as a result of the recession. But, as Nancy Cordes reports, this is about to change as prices continue to rise for the upcoming holiday season.
U.S. Airways Captain "Sully" Sullenberger has returned to the skies, along with co-pilot Jeffrey Skiles, on the exact route they were supposed to fly before the infamous "Miracle on the Hudson." Jeff Glor reports.
Studies show that texting or using a cell-phone while driving is like having a blood-alcohol level of .08%. As Daniel Seiberg reports, despite all the laws and summits, real solution lies in our hands.
Kelly Wallace speaks about the growing tensions over Iranian missiles. Iran's leaders insist their nuclear program is only for energy production, but world leaders are ready to react to a military threat.
Monday: The FBI launches a massive probe after the arrest of three al Qaeda terror suspects; Also, an exclusive interview with the Foreign Minister of Pakistan; Plus, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
Friday: New regulations for the banking industry; Also, Pres. Obama prepares for a full-out multi-network TV media blitz in order to sell his health care reform legislation; And, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
During the memorial service for Senator Edward Kennedy at the JFK presidential Library, Senator Christopher J. Dodd (D-Conn.) shared his personal memories and admiration for his close friend and colleague.
Wednesday: Conservative outrage and death threats towards Democratic congressman continues over Pres. Obama's proposed health care reform; Also, the U.S. launches a new offensive against Taliban forces in Afghanistan.