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  • 12.31.09
    12.31.09
    Episode 20091231
    12/31/09
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    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.
  • 12.30.09
    12.30.09
    Episode 20091230
    12/30/09
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    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.
  • 12.29.09
    Episode 12.29.09
    12/29/09
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    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.
  • 12.28.09
    12.28.09
    Episode 20091228
    12/28/09
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    Monday: Abdulmutallab's email trail leads back to boarding school, where he started painting an online portrait of alienation; Plus, Yemen is becoming a home to a growing branch of al Qaeda.
  • 12.27.09
    12.27.09
    Episode 20091227
    12/27/09
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    Sunday: Terror suspect Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab is out of the hospital and in federal custody; Plus, Some of the most famous photographs ever taken are being tinged by controversy and nagging doubts.
  • 12.26.09
    12.26.09
    Episode 20091226
    12/26/09
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    Saturday: Officials are learning more about suspected terrorist Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab and the substance he used to try to bring down a plane; Plus, 3 Modern Wise Men Want 'Peace on Earth.'
  • 12.25.09
    12.25.09
    Episode 20091225
    12/25/09
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    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.
  • 12.24.09
    Episode 12.24.09
    12/24/09
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    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.
  • 12.23.09
    12.23.09
    Episode 20091223
    12/23/09
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    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.
  • 12.22.09
    12.22.09
    Episode 20091222
    12/22/09
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    Tuesday: The family of a man hailed as a national hero in Mexico's drug war was executed just hours after he was laid to rest; Plus, Nationwide, small business bankruptcy filings are up 44 percent.
  • 12.21.09
    12.21.09
    Episode 20091221
    12/21/09
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    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.
  • 12.19.09
    Episode 12.19.09
    12/19/09
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    Saturday: A huge snow storm is sweeping through the U.S. hurting holiday travel and shopping; Plus, Senate Democrats say they have rounded up the 60th vote for the health care reform bill.
  • 12.17.09
    12.17.09
    Episode 20091217
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    Thursday: Liberals divided over the Obama administration; Also, U.S. military drones hacked by Iraqi insurgents; And, one woman inspires many by finding smiles in the unlikeliest of places.
  • 12.16.09
    12.16.09
    Episode 20091216
    12/16/09
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    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.
  • 12.15.09
    Episode 12.15.09
    12/15/09
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    Tuesday: President Obama claims he has a solution to the Guantanamo Bay Problem; Plus, economic and emotional pressures are behind a surge in teenage runaways.
  • 12.14.09
    12.14.09
    Episode 20091214
    12/14/09
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    Monday: Two of the TARP program's largest recipients both claimed an air of deep appreciation towards taxpayers; Plus, Researchers raise troubling new questions about the safety of CT scans.
  • 12.13.09
    Episode 12.13.09
    12/13/09
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    Sunday: White House advisors say putting Americans back to work is their top priority; Plus, Britain Government has taken action against big bank bonuses by announcing a plan to tax them to the hilt.
  • 12.12.09
    Episode 12.12.09
    12/12/09
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    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.
  • 12.11.09
    12.11.09
    Episode 20091211
    12/11/09
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    Friday: 5 Americans are suspected of terrorism in Pakistan; Also, an exclusive report on the looming drug war violence in Tijuana; And, Samoan children illegally adopted in the U.S.
  • 12.09.09
    12.09.09
    Episode 20091209
    12/9/09
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    Wednesday: Congress reconsiders the controversial public health care option; Also, 5 Americans arrested over terrorism charges; And, an NFL athlete's daughter faces the ultimate fight.
  • 12.08.09
    12.08.09
    Episode 20091208
    12/8/09
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    Tuesday: An interview with U.S. forces leader in Iraq, Gen. Ray Odierno; Also, American officials warn Afghan President Karzai to take more action; And, why global warming may actually help Greenland.
  • 12.07.09
    12.07.09
    Episode 20091207
    12/7/09
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    Monday: The EPA releases a monumental warning on greenhouse gas emissions; Also, a Chicago man is charged with aiding the Mumbai terror attacks; And, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
  • 12.01.09
    12.01.09
    Episode 20091201
    12/1/09
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    Tuesday: President Obama announces his strategy for the war in Afghanistan; a suspected cop killer is fatally shot; and military families ready themselves for an increase in deployments.
  • 11.30.09
    11.30.09
    Episode 20091130
    11/30/09
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    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.
  • 11.27.09
    Episode 11.27.09
    11/27/09
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    Friday: Customers race for bargains on this Black Friday; Also, Secret Service admits error after a couple crashes a White House dinner party; Also, a drama teacher conveys "The American Spirit."
  • 11.26.09
    11.26.09
    Episode 20091126
    11/26/09
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    Thursday: The holiday shopping season is off to an early start as some stores are opening their doors on Thanksgiving Day; Plus, how U.S. troops celebrated their Thanksgiving.
  • 11.25.09
    Episode 11.25.09
    11/25/09
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    Wednesday: Toyota announces its largest recall ever amid deadly accidents involving faulty pedals; Also, a holiday travel myth debunked; And, a gourmet chef helps the needy with his "American Spirit."
  • 11.24.09
    Episode 11.24.09
    11/24/09
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    Tuesday: Pres. Obama says that he has decided on a strategy for the war in Afghanistan; Also, a Belgium man was conscious while supposedly in a coma for 23 years; And, sea lions invade San Francisco.
  • 11.23.09
    Episode 11.23.09
    11/23/09
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    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."
  • 11.21.09
    11.21.09
    Episode 20091121
    11/21/09
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    Saturday: The hotly debated discussion over health care reform has just heated up even more; Plus, Protests broke out at many Calif. College Campuses following a steep hike in tuition.
  • 11.20.09
    11.20.09
    Episode 20091120
    11/20/09
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    Friday: Guidelines are revised this week alone concerning female cancer screenings; Also, suicide epidemic at a French corporation; And, a black teen overcomes adversity with "The American Spirit."
  • 11.18.09
    Episode 11.18.09
    11/18/09
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    Wednesday: Controversy over a federal report on mammograms; Also, Pres. Obama says he would fire anyone on his staff who revealed Afghan War details; And, the reemergence of China's Silk Road.
  • 11.17.09
    11.17.09
    Episode 20091117
    11/17/09
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    Tuesday: Pres. Obama visits China while his approval ratings decline back in the U.S.; Also, a controversial report on mammograms stirs debate; And, America's skyrocketing obesity trend.
  • 11.15.09
    Episode 11.15.09
    11/15/09
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    Sunday: President Obama arrived in China on his first official visit and his visit may highlight a different relationship with China; Plus, the H1N1 Virus Death Toll Quadruples.
  • 11.14.09
    Episode 11.14.09
    11/14/09
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    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.
  • 11.13.09
    Episode 11.13.09
    11/13/09
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    Friday: Alleged 9/11 masterminds will be tried in New York City; Also, NASA says that water has been discovered under the Moon's surface; And, a blind rower exhibits the "American Spirit."
  • 11.12.09
    11.12.09
    Episode 20091112
    11/12/09
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    Thursday: A new CDC report reveals thousands of Americans have died from H1N1 virus; Also, Pres. Obama asks for new Afghan War strategies; And, employers cut down on worker web use.
  • 11.11.09
    11.11.09
    Episode 20091111
    11/11/09
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    Wednesday: Pres. Obama ventures into new ground at Arlington Cemetery on Veterans Day; Also, new details emerge about the alleged Ft. Hood shooter; And, one soldier defies the odds.
  • 11.10.09
    11.10.09
    Episode 20091110
    11/10/09
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    Tuesday: A poignant memorial service for those killed during the Ft. Hood shooting; Also, H1N1 virus outbreak in Afghanistan; Plus, rape kits nationwide go untested.
  • 11.09.09
    Episode 11.09.09
    11/9/09
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    Monday: The investigation continues into the Ft. Hood shooting rampage; Also, why many U.S. rape cases are not prosecuted; And, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
  • 11.08.09
    11.08.09
    Episode 20091108
    11/8/09
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    Sunday: The health care debate will move to the U.S. Senate, where approval is far from guaranteed; Plus, The abortion debate heated up in the halls of Capitol Hill and on the House floor itself.
  • 11.07.09
    11.07.09
    Episode 20091107
    11/7/09
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    Saturday: After months of town hall debates, health reform had a big test on the floor of the House of Representatives; Plus, Ft. Hood survivor, Corporal Nathan Hewitt speaks in a CBS News exclusive.
  • 11.06.09
    Episode 11.06.09
    11/6/09
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    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."
  • 11.02.09
    Episode 11.02.09
    11/2/09
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    Monday: Struggling automaker Ford gets a jump start; Also, an exclusive interview with former Vice President Al Gore about climate change reform; Also, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
  • 10.31.09
    10.31.09
    Episode 20091031
    10/31/09
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    Saturday: The growing business of haunted houses, scaring visitors for fun, and profit; Plus, Afghanistan election appears to be in jeopardy as there may be a boycott at the polls.
  • 10.29.09
    Episode 10.29.09
    10/29/09
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    Thursday: The U.S. economy faces a rebound from the recession; Also, President Obama present at the return of 18 Americans killed in Afghanistan; And, a nationwide teen heroin epidemic emerges.
  • 10.28.09
    Episode 10.28.09
    10/28/09
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    Wednesday: Taliban insurgents launch a deadly attack on a U.N. site in Afghanistan; Also, an update on the young victims facing the H1N1 virus; And, the "American Spirit" reaches Ethiopia.
  • 10.27.09
    10.27.09
    Episode 20091027
    10/27/09
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    Tuesday: U.S. soldier casualties increase amid insurgent ambushes in Afghanistan; Also, automaker Ford gets a jump start; And, the highly anticipated Michael Jackson documentary, "This Is It."
  • 10.26.09
    10.26.09
    Episode 20091026
    10/26/09
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    Monday: Two Northwest Airlines pilots told investigators that they did not fall asleep; Plus, American officials in Afghanistan are now investigating a series of U.S. helicopter crashes in the region.
  • 10.25.09
    10.25.09
    Episode 20091025
    10/25/09
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    Sunday: Two car bomb explosions in Baghdad killed more than 130 people and injured dozens; Plus, "Paranormal Activity" was made on an extremely low-budget but the payoff has been huge.
  • 10.24.09
    10.24.09
    Episode 20091024
    10/24/09
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    Saturday: The government stepped up the fight against H1N1, declaring the virus a national emergency; Plus, There's a high tech renaissance in a city laid low by the recession.
  • 10.21.09
    10.21.09
    Episode 20091021
    10/21/09
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    Wednesday: The White House aims to cut bonuses for Wall Street firms which received stimulus tax-payer dollars; Also, Mexican drug cartels operating in Atlanta; And, reform in the Catholic Church.
  • 10.18.09
    10.18.09
    Episode 20091018
    10/18/09
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    Sunday: There is still no winner in the disputed Afghan election and pressure is mounting on President Karzai; Plus, the price of Gold is soaring and investors are rushing to this precious commodity.
  • 10.17.09
    10.17.09
    Episode 20091017
    10/17/09
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    Saturday: The death toll from H1N1 continues to rise especially among children and teens; Plus, Scientists have released disturbing new findings about the shrinking polar ice cap.
  • 10.16.09
    10.16.09
    Episode 20091016
    10/16/09
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    Friday: The number of U.S. fatalities due to the dreaded H1N1 virus continues to rise; Also, questions remain over the so-called "balloon boy,"; And, Afghanistan runoff election likely.
  • 10.12.09
    10.12.09
    Episode 20091012
    10/12/09
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    Monday: After months of cooperation, health insurance officials now say the Senate's reform plan will not work; Also, a potential H1N1 vaccine shortage; And, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
  • 10.11.09
    10.11.09
    Episode 20091011
    10/11/09
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    Sunday: New evidence that the H1N1 is especially dangerous for young people is making parents desperate for vaccine; Also, dozens of gun shows are welcoming buyers with no questions asked.
  • 10.09.09
    Episode 10.09.09
    10/9/09
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    Friday: Strong reactions throughout the world as U.S. President Barack Obama is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize; Also, more homeowners now face foreclosure; And, biking for a dream.
  • 10.07.09
    10.07.09
    Episode 20091007
    10/7/09
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    Wednesday: A special edition concerning "The Road Ahead" for the U.S. war in Afghanistan; Also, Chicago teen murders reach epidemic levels.
  • 10.05.09
    10.05.09
    Episode 20091005
    10/5/09
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    Monday: A special edition of the "CBS Evening News" featuring exclusive in-depth coverage of the ongoing war between the U.S. and Taliban forces in Afghanistan.
  • 10.04.09
    Episode 10.04.09
    10/4/09
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    Sunday: U.S. forces are hunting down a terrorist network in Afghanistan, while 8 Americans die at a remote outpost; Plus, after earthquakes struck the island of Sumatra. International aid is arriving.
  • 10.01.09
    10.01.09
    Episode 20091001
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    Thursday: Thousands of people missing or dead after devastating quakes and tsunamis throughout Samoa and Indonesia; Also, tensions ease slightly during summit between U.S. and Iranian officials.
  • 09.30.09
    09.30.09
    Episode 20090930
    9/30/09
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    Wednesday: Hundreds feared dead after a massive earthquake strikes Indonesia and a tsunami hits the Samoan islands; Also, celebrating the 70th anniversary of "The Wizard of Oz."
  • 09.29.09
    09.29.09
    Episode 20090929
    9/29/09
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    Tuesday: An earthquake triggers a deadly tsunami in American Somoa; Also, concerns over the safety of the new H1N1 vaccine; And, inside Madeleine Albright's unique collection.
  • 09.28.09
    09.28.09
    Episode 20090928
    9/28/09
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    Monday: Iran's missile test heightens tensions abroad; Also, officials from France and Poland defend arrested filmmaker Roman Polanski; And, President Obama's Chicago bid for the 2016 Olympics.
  • 09.26.09
    09.26.09
    Episode 20090926
    9/26/09
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    Saturday: Iran recently said it would allow U.N. inspectors inside its underground plant; Also, Feds are trying to figure out how the life of a one-time street vendor led to terrorism.
  • 09.24.09
    09.24.09
    Episode 20090924
    9/24/09
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    Thursday: A new revolutionary vaccine may prevent contraction of HIV; Also, FBI officials claim to have thwarted two separately planned bomb attacks against the U.S.
  • 09.23.09
    09.23.09
    Episode 20090923
    9/23/09
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    Wednesday: World leaders converge for a crucial United Nations summit; Also, Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi; And, Katie Couric's exclusive interview with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
  • 09.20.09
    09.20.09
    Episode 20090920
    9/20/09
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    Sunday: 3 men have been arrested on charges due to false statements to the FBI in the terrorism investigation; Plus, A racy radio program about women's issues in Afghanistan is angering the Taliban.
  • 09.17.09
    09.17.09
    Episode 20090917
    9/17/09
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    Thursday: Pres. Obama revises prior Bush administration plans to monitor Iran's missile defense program; Also, police arrest suspect in Yale murder investigation; And, honoring a fallen soldier.
  • 09.16.09
    09.16.09
    Episode 20090916
    9/16/09
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    Wednesday: Republicans and Democrats aim for a bi-partisan health care reform effort; Also, Pres. Obama may send thousands of more troops to Afghanistan; Also, a 92-year-old British music sensation.
  • 09.15.09
    09.15.09
    Episode 20090915
    9/15/09
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    Tuesday: S.C. Republican Rep. Joe Wilson accused of racism after heckling Pres. Obama; Also, officials prepare to release an H1N1 vaccine; And, rescuing marine life.
  • 09.14.09
    09.14.09
    Episode 20090914
    9/14/09
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    Monday: President Obama travels to Wall Street and advises caution to investors; Plus, an exclusive interview with U.S. Treasury Sec. Timothy Geithner; Also, murder at Yale University.
  • 09.12.09
    09.12.09
    Episode 20090912
    9/12/09
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    Saturday: A large outpouring of anger against the Obama administration took place from the White House to the Capitol; Also, The search continues for Yale Student, Annie Le, who vanished unexpectedly.
  • 09.11.09
    09.11.09
    Episode 20090911
    9/11/09
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    Friday: The U.S. mourns on the 8th anniversary of the September 11th attacks; Also, CNN sets off a false alarm; And, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
  • 09.09.09
    09.09.09
    Episode 20090909
    9/9/09
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    Wednesday: Pres. Obama delivers a special prime time address to Congress in order to tackle health care reform; Also, a special tribute to CBS News legend Walter Cronkite.
  • 09.08.09
    Episode 09.08.09
    9/8/09
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    Tuesday: The battle over health care reform is moving into a new phase; Plus, Health officials say anti-virals should be reserved for people at higher risk of complications.
  • 09.07.09
    09.07.09
    Episode 20090907
    9/7/09
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    Monday: After many setbacks with the healthcare debate, President Obama turned to his union supporters; Also, The men involved in a foiled plot to blow up U.S.-bound airliners were convicted today.
  • 09.02.09
    09.02.09
    Episode 20090902
    9/2/09
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    Wednesday: The Securities and Exchange Commission is heavily criticized for its investigation of Wall Street swindler Bernie Madoff; Also, U.S. troops face growing offensive from the Taliban.
  • 08.29.09
    08.29.09
    Episode 20090829
    8/29/09
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    Saturday: Hundreds of mourners were gathered at a Boston church to pay their last respects to the late Ted Kennedy; Also, firefighters are battling CA wildfires, and some are raging near Los Angeles.
  • 08.27.09
    Episode 08.27.09
    8/27/09
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    A special tribute at the John F. Kennedy presidential Library in Boston to honor Edward Kennedy; Also, A 29-year-old claimed to be a 1991 kidnap victim.
  • 08.26.09
    08.26.09
    Episode 20090826
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    Wednesday: A special tribute to the influential and historic U.S. Senator Edward M. Kennedy, who has died at the age of 77 after a battle with brain cancer.
  • 08.25.09
    Episode 08.25.09
    8/25/09
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    Pres. Obama nominates Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke for a second term; Also, a new British PSA sends a graphic message about texting and driving; And, more violence emerges in Afghanistan.
  • 08.24.09
    08.24.09
    Episode 20090824
    8/24/09
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    Monday: A criminal investigation opens concerning the alleged CIA torture techniques while interrogating suspected terrorists; Also, pop icon Michael Jackson's death ruled a homicide.
  • 08.23.09
    Episode 08.23.09
    8/23/09
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    Sunday: Although Hurricane Bill never threatened, swimmers are to stay out of the ocean; Also, The Blue Angels at the air show never fail to wow the crowds; Plus, wildfires are burning through Athens
  • 08.22.09
    08.22.09
    Episode 20090822
    8/22/09
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    Saturday: The alleged bomber of Pan Am 103 was released in order to pave the way for British business deals; Plus, Critics say Obama hasn't done a good job explaining why health reform is needed.
  • 08.20.09
    Episode 08.20.09
    8/20/09
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    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.
  • 08.19.09
    Episode 08.19.09
    8/19/09
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    Wednesday: Legendary TV news producer, and "60 Minutes" creator, Don Hewitt dies at the age of 86; Also, Democrats and progressives strike back in the health care debate.
  • 08.18.09
    08.18.09
    Episode 20090818
    8/18/09
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    Tuesday: Taliban forces try to hinder voters in Afghanistan; Also, abusive debt collectors targeted by U.S. lawmakers; And, providing clean water to villages in Africa.
  • 08.17.09
    08.17.09
    Episode 20090817
    8/17/09
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    Monday: Pres. Obama faces growing skepticism over health care reform; Also, violence escalates between U.S. and Taliban forces in Afghanistan; And, the blind sports broadcaster.
  • 08.15.09
    08.15.09
    Episode 20090815
    8/15/09
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    Saturday: California wildfires have threatened hundreds of homes, as thousands of residents evacuate; Plus, Obama heads off at Colorado to continue to push his health care reform.
  • 08.14.09
    08.14.09
    Episode 20090814
    8/14/09
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    Friday: Following a fall from grace over a dog-fighting scandal, controversial football player Michael Vick will return to the NFL; Plus, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
  • 08.13.09
    08.13.09
    Episode 20090813
    8/13/09
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    Thursday: More town hall riots ensue as conservatives voice their opposition to health care reform; Also, inside the ensuing battles between U.S. forces and the Taliban in Afghanistan.
  • 08.11.09
    Episode 08.11.09
    8/11/09
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    Tuesday: Pres. Obama defends his healthcare plan amidst growing opposition from conservatives; Also, inside the racial tensions of a suburban N.Y. county; And, remembering Eunice Kennedy Shriver.
  • 08.10.09
    08.10.09
    Episode 20090810
    8/10/09
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    Monday: The leaders of Canada, Mexico, and the U.S. meet for a summit on the H1N1 virus and to discuss other issues facing North America; Plus, inside a summer camp for youth with Down syndrome.
  • 08.09.09
    Episode 08.09.09
    8/9/09
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    Sunday: Search crews finally hoisted what's left of the sightseeing helicopter out of the Hudson River; Also, President Obama will be in Mexico for a summit meeting with Mexican and Canadian leaders.
  • 08.06.09
    08.06.09
    Episode 20090806
    8/6/09
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    Thursday: The U.S. Senate votes to approve Sonia Sotomayor as the next Supreme Court Justice; Also, filmmaker John Hughes dead at 59; And, California sea lions at risk.
  • 08.05.09
    08.05.09
    Episode 20090805
    8/5/09
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    Wednesday: Bill Clinton's mission to N. Korea put him back on the front page, but it wasn't hastily arranged; Plus, As the unemployment rate rises, so does the homeless rate.
  • 08.04.09
    08.04.09
    Episode 20090804
    8/4/09
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    Tuesday: President Clinton met with N. Korea's leader Kim Jong II on what U.S officials said was a personal trip; Also, The Dept. of Transportation said Cash for Clunkers will not be discontinued.
  • 08.03.09
    08.03.09
    Episode 20090803
    8/3/09
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    Monday: Ford is having their best numbers in years, which may be due to Ford not taking a government bailout; Also, 'Cash for Clunkers' will end if another $2 billion in funding is not approved.
  • 08.01.09
    08.01.09
    Episode 20090801
    8/1/09
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    Saturday: Obama is spending much of his time explaining health reform repeatedly; Plus, Cash for clunkers was supposed to last, but reports claim that the money had run out in a week.
  • 07.28.09
    07.28.09
    Episode 20090728
    7/28/09
    0.0
    Tuesday: Police and federal agents raided the home of Dr. Conrad Murray; Studies show a significant shortage of primary care physicians in the U.S; Also, a Texas program lowers teen fatality rate.
  • 07.26.09
    Episode 07.26.09
    7/26/09
    0.0
    Sunday: Sarah Palin will hand over the reins of power to Lt. Governor Sean Parnell; Also, Hillary Clinton is laying down the law, not just with Iran and North Korea, but here in the U.S.
  • 07.25.09
    07.25.09
    Episode 20090725
    7/25/09
    0.0
    Saturday: Obama tried to regain momentum on health care by saying his plan will benefit small business owners; Also, the Henry Gates incident apparently drew a crowd, which could be a problem.
  • 07.24.09
    Episode 07.24.09
    7/24/09
    0.0
    Friday: After accusing a police sergeant of acting stupidly, the president has a very public change of heart; the auto trade-in plan takes a wrong turn; and a family reunion, 31 years later.
  • 07.21.09
    07.21.09
    Episode 20090721
    7/21/09
    0.0
    Tuesday: Katie Couric speaks with U.S. President Barack Obama about his fight for healthcare reform; Also, Ben Bernanke predicts imminent economic recovery; And; an artist risks her life for her work.
  • 07.16.09
    07.16.09
    Episode 20090716
    7/16/09
    0.0
    Thursday: Millions of middle class families now face home foreclosure; Also, the CBS News series "Children of the Recession," And, the 40th anniversary of the Apollo moon landing.
  • 07.15.09
    07.15.09
    Episode 20090715
    7/15/09
    0.0
    Wednesday: CBS News medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook speaks with President Obama about health care reform; Also, the continuation of the CBS News series, "Financial Family Tree."
  • 07.11.09
    07.11.09
    Episode 20090711
    7/11/09
    0.0
    Saturday: While Obama visited Africa, he was blunt about the work that still needs to be done; plus, the U.S. is in need of troops; Also, an ancient car dealership closes in Illinois.
  • 07.09.09
    Episode 07.09.09
    7/9/09
    0.0
    Thursday: General Motors prepares to exit bankruptcy; Also, Chicago cemetery workers accused of digging up bodies and reselling the plots; And, the rolling-skating babies video web craze.
  • 07.08.09
    Episode 07.08.09
    7/8/09
    0.0
    Wednesday: Speculation grows over speculators who may be driving up the cost of oil; Plus, criticisms emerge against bottled water; And, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
  • 07.06.09
    Episode 07.06.09
    7/6/09
    0.0
    Monday: Thousands of fans gather in Los Angeles for the highly-anticipated Michael Jackson tribute concert; Plus, Alaskan Gov. Sarah Palin's mysterious behavior after her resignation announcement.
  • 07.05.09
    Episode 07.05.09
    7/5/09
    0.0
    Sunday: Ten days after the death of Michael Jackson, there has been still no letup in the worldwide tributes to the king of pop; Plus, President Obama is leaving on a weeklong foreign trip.
  • 07.04.09
    Episode 07.04.09
    7/4/09
    0.0
    Saturday: 223 years after our nation declared its independence, thousands traveled to Liberty Island; Plus, Michael Jackson fans are eager to attend his memorial service at the Staples Center
  • 07.03.09
    Episode 07.03.09
    7/3/09
    0.0
    Friday: Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin announces her surprising resignation; Michael Jackson's memorial date is confirmed; and possibly the most dangerous job in the world.
  • 07.01.09
    Episode 07.01.09
    7/1/09
    0.0
    Wednesday: Inside Michael Jackson's Neverland estate; Also, prescription painkiller addiction emerges as a nationwide epidemic; And, revitalizing the healthcare industry.
  • 06.30.09
    Episode 06.30.09
    6/30/09
    0.0
    Tuesday: The FDA warns against use of popular painkillers Vicodin and Percocet; And, Al Franken is declared Minnesota's new senator after a contentious 7-month battle.
  • 06.29.09
    Episode 06.29.09
    6/29/09
    0.0
    Monday: Disgraced financier Bernie Madoff is sentenced to 150 years in prison for his massive Ponzi scheme, the worst in history; Plus, Michael Jackson's estate now in question.
  • 06.28.09
    Episode 06.28.09
    6/28/09
    0.0
    Sunday: Investigators say Dr. Murray, who was with Michael Jackson during his last moments, provided useful information; Also, Infomercial king, Billy Mays dies; Plus, Bernard Madoff Facing Judgment.
  • 6.27.09
    Episode 06.27.09
    6/27/09
    0.0
    Saturday: President Obama urged the Senate to pass a landmark bill dealing with climate change; Plus, Michael Jackson's family is confused, upset and angry, and wants answers.
  • 06.25.09
    Episode 06.25.09
    6/25/09
    0.0
    Thursday: Michael Jackson, one of music's most influential singers, dies at the age of 50; 70's sex symbol Farrah Fawcett also dies, after losing her battle with anal cancer.
  • 06.24.09
    Episode 06.24.09
    6/24/09
    0.0
    Wednesday: GOP South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford admits to having an affair after mysteriously disappearing; Plus, Katie Couric's exclusive interview with former British P.M. Tony Blair.
  • 06.23.09
    Episode 06.23.09
    6/23/09
    0.0
    Tuesday: Pres. Obama condemns the Iranian government over protester bloodshed; Also, newly released Nixon tapes reveal his shocking positions on social issues; And, a new series, "Life After Debt."
  • 06.22.09
    Episode 06.22.09
    6/22/09
    0.0
    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.
  • 6.21.09
    Episode 06.21.09
    6/21/09
    0.0
    Sunday: Iran's capital was quiet, but the crisis is far from over; June 21st is the start of summer, but where is the sun?; Plus, Author and dad, Michael Lewis tells us about paternal truths.
  • 6.20.09
    Episode 06.20.09
    6/20/09
    0.0
    Saturday: The violence on Iran's streets is still in full force; Plus The creative guru of Apple, Steve Jobs, has been on medical leave after recovering from a liver transplant.
  • 06.19.09
    Episode 06.19.09
    6/19/09
    0.0
    Friday: A CBS News exclusive interview with President Obama; Plus, how the stage is set for a showdown in Iran; And, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
  • 06.18.09
    Episode 06.18.09
    6/18/09
    0.0
    Thursday: A Continental Airlines pilot dies while in mid-flight; Plus, our continuing series "Children Of The Recession."
  • 06.17.09
    Episode 06.17.09
    6/17/09
    0.0
    Wednesday: Iranian protesters use Facebook, Twitter, and other social networking sites to stage demonstrations; Also, tracing the effects of the recession from one business to another.
  • 06.16.09
    Episode 06.16.09
    6/16/09
    0.0
    Tuesday: Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei announces an investigation after violent protests over the presidential election; Plus, a new perspective on global warming.
  • 06.12.09
    Episode 06.12.09
    6/12/09
    0.0
    Friday: Both major candidates each claim victory in the Iranian presidential election; Also, the U.N. imposes heavy sanctions on North Korea; And, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
  • 06.10.09
    Episode 06.10.09
    6/10/09
    0.0
    Wednesday: A security guard is shot to death as an 88-year-old white supremacist opens fire at the Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C.; Also, a controversial program pays students for good grades.
  • 06.08.09
    Episode 06.08.09
    6/8/09
    0.0
    Monday: In a massive initiative, Pres. Obama proposes to save or create 600,000 jobs in the next 100 days; Also, the dangers of angioplasty; And, Disney finally features a black princess.
  • 06.04.09
    Episode 06.04.09
    6/4/09
    0.0
    Thursday: Arabic communities react around the world to President Obama's groundbreaking diplomatic speech in Cairo; Also, actor David Carradine found dead in Bangkok; And, a W.W. II hero remembered.
  • 06.03.09
    Episode 06.03.09
    6/3/09
    0.0
    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.
  • 06.02.09
    Episode 06.02.09
    6/2/09
    0.0
    Tuesday: Pres. Obama reaches out to the Muslim World; Also, Brazilian officials say they have found debris from doomed Air France Flight 447; And, shocking calorie counts at many chain restaurants.
  • 05.12.09
    Episode 20090512
    5/12/09
    0.0
    "Tuesday: Newly-released audio tapes suggest pilot error in the crash of Continental Flight 3407; Also, space shuttle Atlantis encounters a setback on a mission to fix the Hubble Space Telescope.
  • 05.08.09
    Episode 20090508
    5/8/09
    0.0
    Friday: Wildfires engulf Santa Barbara; Also, Pakistani civilians flee over fears of Taliban insurgents; And, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
  • 05.07.09
    Episode 20090507
    5/7/09
    0.0
    Thursday: The Fed released the results of its "stress tests" for major banks; Plus, the power of a Cherokee word helps heal a wounded Iraq veteran.
  • 05.06.09
    Episode 20090506
    5/6/09
    0.0
    Wednesday: Katie Couric provides exclusive news coverage from Afghanistan; Also, automaker Ford announces innovative green technology investments; And, parrot mistreatment rampant in the U.S.
  • 4/29/09
    0.0
    Wednesday: The recession deepens, but there are signs the worst may be over. And, on his 100th day in office, the President is optimistic.
  • 04.21.09
    04.21.09
    Episode 04.21.09
    4/21/09
    0.0
    "Tuesday: Pres. Obama says that Bush Administration officials may face charges for authorizing torture techniques; Also, an unlikely suspect is arrested in the "Craigslist Murder."
  • 4.12.09
    4.12.09
    Episode 04.12.09
    4/12/09
    0.0
    "Bob Schieffer spoke to Mexican Ambassador Arturo Sarukhan about increasing border violence; a panel of journalists discussed the Somali pirates and Afghan war and Passover at the White House.
  • 04.10.09
    04.10.09
    Episode 04.10.09
    4/10/09
    0.0
    Friday: An U.S. boat captain tries to escape his pirate captors off the coast of Somalia; Plus, feeding premature babies breast milk may be very beneficial; And, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
  • 04.09.09
    04.09.09
    Episode 04.09.09
    4/9/09
    0.0
    Thursday: U.S. officials attempt to rescue an American boat captain held captive by Somali pirates; Also, the alarming suicide epidemic now facing the American military.
  • 04.07.09
    04.07.09
    Episode 04.07.09
    4/7/09
    0.0
    Tuesday: American troops in Baghdad receive surprise visit from Pres. Obama; Also, U.S. Attorney General David Holder defends Justice Department's prosecution of Sen. Ted Stevens.
  • 04.06.09
    04.06.09
    Episode 04.06.09
    4/6/09
    0.0
    Monday: A deadly earthquake hits central Italy leaving at least 100 dead; New research could help erase one's traumatic memories; Plus, business is sweeter than ever for candy companies.
  • 4.5.09
    4.5.09
    Episode 04.05.09
    4/5/09
    0.0
    "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.
  • 04.03.09
    04.03.09
    Episode 04.03.09
    4/3/09
    0.0
    Friday: A shooting rampage in Upstate New York leaves 14 dead, with no apparent motive; Plus, new research sugests that the human heart may be able to repair itself.
  • 04.03.09
    04.03.09
    Episode 04.03.09
    4/3/09
    0.0
    Friday: A shooting rampage in Upstate New York leaves 14 dead, with no apparent motive; Plus, new research sugests that the human heart may be able to repair itself.
  • 03.31.09
    03.31.09
    Episode 03.31.09
    3/31/09
    0.0
    Tuesday: Katie Couric anchors a special edition of the "CBS Evening News" from London. World leaders gather in the U.K. for a historic G20 summit in order to address the global economic crisis.
  • 03.27.09
    03.27.09
    Episode 03.27.09
    3/27/09
    0.0
    Friday: New details emerge in the Obama administration's plans to stop Al Qaeda; Plus, American life forever changed as a result of this recession; And, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
  • 03.26.09
    03.26.09
    Episode 03.26.09
    3/26/09
    0.0
    Thursday: U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner proposes sweeping reform for a very troubled Wall Street; Plus, North Dakota faces devastating floods; And, bacon, bacon, bacon!
  • 3.22.09
    3.22.09
    Episode 03.22.09
    3/22/09
    0.0
    "Harry Smith spoke with Rep. Barney Frank and Sen. Charles Grassley about the outcome of AIG outrage; White House Economic Advisor Austan Goolsbee discussed banks and the state of Obama\'s economy.
  • 03.20.09
    03.20.09
    Episode 03.20.09
    3/20/09
    0.0
    Friday: Pres. Obama faces a tough week in office; Also, the U.S. and China face off at sea; And, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
  • 03.19.09
    03.19.09
    Episode 03.19.09
    3/19/09
    0.0
    Thursday: More fallout for financially strapped AIG; Plus, Lara Logan's exclusive report on violence in Iraq; And, First Lady Michelle Obama reaches out to students in the D.C. area.
  • 03.18.09
    03.18.09
    Episode 03.18.09
    3/18/09
    0.0
    Wednesday: AIG's CEO says bonus money will be returned; Plus, the Mexican Drug War sparks danger for Spring Break '09; And, Katie Couric investigates convicted rapists serving in the U.S. military.
  • 03.17.09
    03.17.09
    Episode 03.17.09
    3/17/09
    0.0
    Tuesday: More uproar over AIG executives and their million-dollar bonuses; Plus, Katie Couric investigates female sex abuse in the military; And, an Irish tradition reaches New York City students.
  • 3.15.09
    3.15.09
    Episode 03.15.09
    3/15/09
    0.0
    "National Economic Council Director Lawrence Summers spoke about controversial AIG bonuses; The New York Times\' Thomas Friedman discussed bank bailouts and Bob Schieffer talks trash.
  • 03.13.09
    Episode 03.13.09
    3/13/09
    0.0
    Friday: Wall Street finally scores a gain this week; Plus, comedian Jon Stewart faces off with CNBC's Jim Cramer; And, financial optimists in Steve Hartman's 'Assignment America'
  • 03.10.09
    03.10.09
    Episode 03.10.09
    3/10/09
    0.0
    Tuesday: A good day for Wall Street as the Dow soars up 380 points; Also, Bernie Madoff is set to agree to a 150 year prison sentence; And, Rush Limbaugh faces off with the White House.
  • 03.05.09
    03.05.09
    Episode 03.05.09
    3/5/09
    0.0
    Thursday: Pres. Obama aims for universal health care, with the help of other politicans; Plus, shares of Citigroup stocks sink below a dollar; And, the first 100 "grays" in office.
  • 03.04.09
    03.04.09
    Episode 03.04.09
    3/4/09
    0.0
    Wednesday: Pres. Obama promises an end to the days of wasteful spending; Plus, thousands of U.S. veterans documents mysteriously disappear; And; a 91-year-old grandma becomes an internet sensation.
  • 03.03.09
    03.03.09
    Episode 03.03.09
    3/3/09
    0.0
    Tuesday: Pres. Obama encourages economic optimism; Plus, an investigation into a charity's alleged jet corruption; And, forget elevators, a new U.K. building has full scale slides for adults.
  • 02.25.09
    Episode 02.25.09
    2/25/09
    0.0
    Wednesday: Pres. Obama pushes for economic reform; Plus, officials investigate a plane crash near Amsterdam; Also, Mexican drug wars reach explosive levels.
  • 2.22.09
    2.22.09
    Episode 02.22.09
    2/22/09
    0.0
    "Bob Schieffer spoke with HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan about Obama\'s Housing Plan; Governors from Ohio, Indiana and New Jersey discussed state budgets; and America looks the other way at its border.
  • 02.19.09
    Episode 20090219
    2/19/09
    0.0
    Thursday: The FBI finds a missing Texas billionaire on the run from authorities; Pres. Obama travels to Canada; Plus, a 90-year-old man finds a new calling.
  • 2.15.09
    2.15.09
    Episode 02.15.09
    2/15/09
    0.0
    "Bob Schieffer spoke with President Obama\'s Press Secretary Robert Gibbs about the stimulus; Rep. Barney Frank and Sen. Richard Shelby discussed bailouts; and Schieffer finally changed the subject.
  • 2.8.09
    2.8.09
    Episode 02.08.09
    2/8/09
    0.0
    "Bob Schieffer spoke with Republican Sen. John Mccain and Democratic Sen. Kent Conrad about President Obama\'s stimulus plan and Economic Advisor Christina Romer discussed the bank bailouts.
  • 01.30.09
    01.30.09
    Episode 01.30.09
    1/30/09
    0.0
    Friday: Republicans decry Pres. Obama's stimulus package; More trouble for Bernie Madoff and his family; Plus, Steve Hartman meets a very precocious porcupine.
  • 01.29.09
    01.29.09
    Episode 01.29.09
    1/29/09
    0.0
    Thursday: Pres. Obama blasts Wall Street bonuses; Gov. Blagojevich gets ousted from office by the Ill. Senate; plus, Katie Couric investigates domestic violence in the military.
  • 1.25.09
    1.25.09
    Episode 01.25.09
    1/25/09
    0.0
    "In a CBS exclusive interview with Vice President Joe Biden, Bob Schieffer discusses President Obama\'s economic plan, the closing of Guantanamo Bay and continued violence in the Middle East.
  • 01.23.09
    01.23.09
    Episode 01.23.09
    1/23/09
    0.0
    Friday: Pres. Obama meets opposition from Republicans over his stimulus package; plus, one of the biggest credit card scams in history; also, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
  • 01.22.09
    01.22.09
    Episode 01.22.09
    1/22/09
    0.0
    Thursday: Pres. Obama orders the closing of the U.S. prison at Guantanamo; human rights organizations accuse Israel of committing war crimes; plus hospitals ask the underinsured for cash up front.
  • 01.21.09
    01.21.09
    Episode 01.21.09
    1/21/09
    0.0
    Wednesday: President Obama has a busy full first day in office; a new strategy for U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan; plus, a sinking economy forces students to get creative.
  • 1.18.09
    1.18.09
    Episode 01.18.09
    1/18/09
    0.0
    "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.
  • 01.16.09
    01.16.09
    Episode 01.16.09
    1/16/09
    0.0
    Friday: New details about the miraculous water landing of US Airways Flight 1549; more setbacks for the banking industry; plus, legendary cellist Yo-Yo Ma gets inspired by the Obama inauguration.
  • 01.15.08
    01.15.08
    Episode 01.15.09
    1/15/09
    0.0
    Thursday: A US Airways jet crashes into the Hudson River; talks of a cease fire in the Gaza Strip; plus, Elly Lilly's $1.4 billion crime.
  • 01.14.09
    01.14.09
    Episode 01.14.09
    1/14/09
    0.0
    Wednesday: Katie Couric speaks exclusively with President-elect Barack Obama; Osama Bin Laden releases a new audio tape condemning Pres. Bush; plus, Steve Hartman meets an unlikely marching band.
  • 01.13.09
    01.13.09
    Episode 01.13.09
    1/13/09
    0.0
    Tuesday: Portions of the nation reach 40 degrees below zero; Hamas supplies are smuggled underground from Egypt to Gaza; plus, more and more cases of stalking in the U.S.
  • 01.12.09
    01.12.09
    Episode 01.12.09
    1/12/09
    0.0
    Monday: President Bush held his final news conference; Did banks know they would get a bailout before Congress was told? And, a most honored guest will attend President-elect Obama's inauguration.
  • 1.11.09
    1.11.09
    Episode 01.11.09
    1/11/09
    0.0
    "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.
  • 01.08.08
    Episode 01.08.09
    1/8/09
    0.0
    Thursday: President-elect Obama tells Congress that action must be taken immediately to stop recession, the U.N. suspends aid shipments to the Gaza Strip; plus, YouTube brings fame and fortune.
  • 1.4.09
    1.4.09
    Episode 01.04.09
    1/4/09
    0.0
    "Bob Schieffer spoke with Vice President Dick Cheney about controversial strategies utilized in the war with Iraq, homeland security and his power as vice president.
  • 1.1.09
    Episode 20090101
    1/1/09
    0.0
    Thursday: Israeli warplanes kill a top Hamas leader; a bizarre bombing plot on New Year's Eve; and 2009 begins with a winter wallop.
  • 12/31/09
    0.0
    Jeff Glor previews an upcoming story on the "CBS Evening News" about the recent, and perhaps surprising, drop in divorce rates despite tough economic times.
  • 12/30/09
    0.0
    As we enter a new decade, CBS News takes a special look back at the most talked about moments of 2009; the highs, the lows and the controversies, Wednesday on the CBS Evening News.
  • Air Security Tightens
    Episode 1228
    12/28/09
    0.0
    The recent security changes at airports and on planes were sudden and strict. As Wyatt Andrews tells us, there were some major delays for passengers who were flying internationally.
  • A New Green Idea
    Episode 1227
    12/27/09
    0.0
    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.
  • Suspect's Background
    Episode 1226
    12/26/09
    0.0
    Authorities in two other countries are working to fill in the background of the Christmas terror attack suspect and to determine if and where he might have been trained. Richard Roth reports.
  • 12/25/09
    0.0
    While on vacation in Hawaii, President Obama has been 'actively monitoring' the situation involving a suspect who set off explosive substances while on a Delta Airlines flight. Chip Reid reports.
  • Airline Bombing Suspect
    12/25/09
    0.0
    CBS News' Jeff Glor speaks with justice and homeland security correspondent Bob Orr about a suspect tied to al Qaeda who allegedly set off an explosive on board a Delta Airlines flight.
  • 12/23/09
    0.0
    Katie Couric previews an upcoming report of the CBS evening news about why some military women are at risk of losing custody of their children.
  • U.S. Gen. Punishes Pregnancy
    12/22/09
    0.0
    Six weeks ago, Maj. Gen. Anthony Cucolo issued an order making pregnancy punishable by court martial for both men and women. Since then four women have become pregnant. David Martin reports.
  • Small-Scale Housing Boom
    12/22/09
    0.0
    When production slowed down at a Colorado cabinet company, workers started making doll houses for those in need. Barry Peterson has more on this episode of "American Spirit."
  • Ted Kennedy Jr. shares the story of his grandmother's foreign policy gaff during the Cuban missile crisis.
  • Weaving a Better Life
    Episode 1221
    12/21/09
    0.0
    Handcrafted baskets are a modern business, helping African people escape poverty. As Dave Price reports, these baskets on store shelves have an amazing story, beginning in the African nation Rwanda.
  • Evening News Online, 12.20.09
    12/20/09
    0.0
    Sunday: One military family, with a loved one overseas, speaks of love, sacrifice and separation; Plus, The approach of the 2010 mid-term elections is creating anxiety among congressional Democrats.
  • 12/20/09
    0.0
    Actress Brittany Murphy has died in Los Angeles at the age of 32. No cause of death has been announced for the star, She was 32.
  • Evening News Online, 12.18.09
    12/18/09
    0.0
    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."
  • GOP Stalls Healthcare Bill
    12/18/09
    0.0
    Many Republicans intentionally dragged out a debate on a defense spending bill, hoping that in turn would hold up the health care bill Democrats want to pass before Christmas. Nancy Cordes reports.
  • Rise in Autism Diagnoses
    12/18/09
    0.0
    A new study says that one of every hundred 8-year-olds was diagnosed with autism or a related disorder in 2006. That's a 57 percent jump from four years earlier. Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports.
  • First Look: Autism
    First Look: Autism
    Episode 1218
    12/18/09
    0.0
    A new report shows a striking rise in autism cases among children. We'll break down the numbers and look at what's behind the increase tonight on the CBS Evening News.
  • Seniors Use Mexico Health Care
    12/17/09
    0.0
    As some American senior citizens find it difficult to afford health care, many have moved to Mexico as an alternative for treatment and medicine. Kelly Cobiella reports from the town of Manzanillo.
  • Tiger's VIP Lifestyle
    Episode 1217
    12/17/09
    0.0
    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.
  • 12/16/09
    0.0
    After months of fierce bipartisan debate, congressional Democrats say they have nearly enough votes in order to enact health care reform legislation. Nancy Cordes reports from Capitol Hill.
  • Obama Wants Bank Payback
    12/14/09
    0.0
    President Obama told top executives of the nation's biggest banks that American taxpayers bailed them out, now it's time to start giving back. As Chip Reid reports, Obama was firm, but positive.
  • Preview: Teen Runaways
    Episode 1214
    12/14/09
    0.0
    Katie Couric previews a CBS Evening News report on teenagers who run away or are kicked out of their homes, only to find more problems..
  • The Harmonica Man
    The Harmonica Man
    Episode 1214
    12/14/09
    0.0
    A retired Scottish-born man should have died long ago. But after facing death on more than one occasion, he decided to share his secret to happiness ... music. Steve Hartman reports.
  • Famed U.S. Economist Dies
    12/14/09
    0.0
    Paul Samuelson, the foremost American economist of the 20th century has died. As Katie Couric reports, Samuelson died at his home in Belmont, Massachusetts, he was 94.
  • Football in the Family
    Football in the Family
    Episode 1211
    12/11/09
    0.0
    A young football star is determined to repeat his father's success on the field, but not his mistakes away from the game. Jeff Glor reports on a strong bond between a father and son.
  • 12/11/09
    0.0
    An adoption agency has stoked anguish among dozens of American families who may have unwittingly received Samoan children who were actually never orphans. Maureen Maher reports.
  • 12/10/09
    0.0
    Thursday: President Obama defends U.S. foreign policy as he accepts a Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo; Plus, inside congressional wasteful spending; And, pets get saved thanks to the "American Spirit."
  • Stimulus Funding Waste Claims
    12/9/09
    0.0
    As U.S. government stimulus dollars are dispersed to various organizations, some Republican lawmakers claim that these funds are being misused or wasted. Sharyl Attkisson investigates.
  • 12/9/09
    0.0
    Two new proposals have been announced which would effectively eliminate any tentative public option plan amid Congressional health care reform. Nancy Cordes reports from Capitol Hill.
  • 12/8/09
    0.0
    Katie Couric previews the "CBS Evening News" report on Greenland's melting glaciers and the effect this will have on the rest of the world.
  • EPA: Greenhouse Gases Harmful
    12/7/09
    0.0
    In a monumental first for the U.S. government, the Environmental Protection Agency has declared that greenhouses gases pose a significant health risk. Wyatt Andrews reports on this historic ruling.
  • 12/7/09
    0.0
    Marine Biologist, Anke Hofmeister speaks about how the reef has changed over time due to climate change. Also, 90% of coral species died due to rising sea water temperature.
  • 12/6/09
    0.0
    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.
  • Knox Gears Up For Appeal
    12/5/09
    0.0
    American college student Amanda Knox is gearing up for a long appeal process following her conviction for the murder of her British roommate Meredith Kercher. Allen Pizzey has the latest from Italy.
  • 12/5/09
    0.0
    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.
  • Background of Knox Case
    12/5/09
    0.0
    "48 Hours Mystery" has been following the Amanda Knox case from the beginning. Peter Van Sant examines a key piece of evidence used to link the killing to Knox and her former boyfriend.
  • 12/4/09
    0.0
    Friday: American student Amanda Knox is found guilty of murder; many economists predict a turnaround in the job market; and, Warren Buffett's sister plans to give away her fortune.
  • MoneyWatch Notebook
    MoneyWatch Notebook
    Episode 1203
    12/3/09
    0.0
    Katie Couric reports on the debate over re-confirming Fed chairman Ben Bernanke, a new report showing retail sales fell in November and more.
  • Clinton: Troop Deployment Protects U.S.
    12/2/09
    0.0
    In the full interview, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton tells Katie Couric about President Obama's Afghanistan strategy. She said deploying more troops protects America and helps fight terrorism.
  • A Ticket for Tiger
    A Ticket for Tiger
    Episode 1201
    12/1/09
    0.0
    After all speculation surrounding the Tiger Woods investigation, authorities declared the case closed with a simple moving violation. As Randall Pinkston reports, Woods was at fault in the crash
  • A Ticket for Tiger
    Episode 1201
    12/1/09
    0.0
    After all speculation surrounding the Tiger Woods investigation, authorities declared the case closed with a simple moving violation. As Randall Pinkston reports, Woods was at fault in the crash
  • Tiger's Saga Continues
    Tiger's Saga Continues
    Episode 1130
    11/30/09
    0.0
    With rumors continuing to swirl about his accident, Tiger Woods remained out of sight again, communicating only through his Web site, reports Randall Pinkston.
  • Cop-Killer Manhunt
    Episode 1130
    11/30/09
    0.0
    As the city of Lakewood, Washington mourned the 4 slain police officers, the search continues for the suspect of the murders, who has a long criminal record. John Blackstone reports.
  • 11/29/09
    0.0
    It has shaped up to be a busy week for President Obama, whose popularity still hovers just below the 50 percent mark. John Dickerson and Jeff Greenfield speak with Russ Mitchell.
  • Cops Killed in Deadly Ambush
    11/29/09
    0.0
    Four police officers have been shot to death at a Seattle coffee shop in what officers call 'a flat-out ambush.' As Hattie Kauffman reports, officers are still trying to figure out details.
  • Evening News Online, 11.29.09
    11/29/09
    0.0
    Sunday: Iran has defied the U.N. by declaring that it plans to build more uranium enrichment plants; Plus, Four police officers have been shot to death in what officers call 'a flat-out ambush.'
  • Driving Along the Silk Road
    11/28/09
    0.0
    The Silk Road, China's most notorious trade route for the last two millennia, now features thousands of miles of modern expressways. CBS News' Terry McCarthy reports from the oasis city of Turpan.
  • Evening News Online, 11.28.09
    11/28/09
    0.0
    Saturday: A mystery emerges over golf star Tiger Woods' car crash; Also, British officials launch an inquiry into the 2003 invasion of Iraq; And, a special tour along China's infamous Silk Road.
  • Cost Vs. Care?
    Cost Vs. Care?
    Episode 1126
    11/26/09
    0.0
    Aftershocks are still being felt from the new guidelines for mammograms. As the controversy heads to Congress, is it a question of cost versus care? Wyatt Andrews reports.
  • Holiday at War
    Episode 1126
    11/26/09
    0.0
    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.
  • Lost Generation of Workers
    11/26/09
    0.0
    It is a tough holiday season for many Americans out of work. For young people, unemployment is higher as they try to start a career in the middle of a recession. Kelly Wallace reports.
  • Let the Debate Begin
    Let the Debate Begin
    Episode 1122
    11/22/09
    0.0
    The recent Senate votes have set the stage for a bruising battle over Health Care Reform. As Kimberly Dozier reports, a grueling debate has begun.
  • 11/21/09
    0.0
    A young pianist from California found his way to Carnegie Hall after years of practice and a talent far beyond his years. As Bill Whitaker reports, this little kid has big dreams.
  • 11/20/09
    0.0
    France Telecom is undergoing a major restructuring in which the goal is to cut billions of dollars in expenses. The process has led to an epidemic of suicide. Sheila MacVicar reports.
  • California Vs. Nevada
    California Vs. Nevada
    Episode 1120
    11/20/09
    0.0
    In this economy, states are trying to attract and retain businesses and the taxes they generate. An increasingly nasty border battle is raging between California and Nevada. Ben Tracy reports.
  • Medical Revisions Frenzy
    11/20/09
    0.0
    Phones are ringing off the hook in many medical offices throughout the nation as the public reacts to two new guidelines this week concerning cancer screenings. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.
  • 11/19/09
    0.0
    Thursday: A major health care reform milestone as the Senate passes legislation; Also, a computer glitch sparks airline delays nationwide; And, this year's hottest new toy.
  • Soaring Salaries at Non-Profits
    11/17/09
    0.0
    While the recession has noticeably limited the amount of funds donated to charities, Sharyl Attkisson reports the heads of many non-profits have actually received increased compensation.
  • 11/17/09
    0.0
    While President Obama continues to push China to open its markets to more American products, U.S. companies are already making large profits there. Celia Hatton reports.
  • GM Gaining Traction
    GM Gaining Traction
    Episode 1116
    11/16/09
    0.0
    General Motors is starting to see signs of stability after the company recently filed for bankruptcy. As Dean Reynolds reports, GM says it will soon be repaying its loans o the federal government.
  • Palin's Book Campaign
    Palin's Book Campaign
    Episode 1116
    11/16/09
    0.0
    In her new book, Sarah Palin claims that John McCain's campaign officials micromanaged her. Although McCain's camp has fired back, many Republicans view Palin favorably. Jeff Greenfield reports.
  • Breaking the Firewall
    Breaking the Firewall
    Episode 1116
    11/16/09
    0.0
    In Beijing, President Obama challenged China's government to allow unfettered access to the Internet. Chief White House correspondent Chip Reid reports.
  • 11/12/09
    0.0
    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.
  • Sick Days with H1N1
    Episode 1111
    11/11/09
    0.0
    As the H1N1 flu continues to spread, for many of us it is a financial burden. As Jeff Glor reports, many small businesses aren't offering paid sick days, so they must keep germs to a minimum.
  • 11/10/09
    0.0
    Controversy has erupted in the United Kingdom over Prime Minister Gordon Brown's letter to a mother whose son died in Afghanistan, as Brown's penmanship has come in to question. Richard Roth reports.
  • The End of the Wall
    The End of the Wall
    Episode 1108
    11/8/09
    0.0
    The fall of the Berlin Wall was a defining moment in history. World leaders have gathered for a recent celebration in Berlin to mark 20-years after the fall. Mark Phillips reports.
  • 11/8/09
    0.0
    In Fort Hood, Texas, the shadow of the recent armed attack still hangs heavy over military families and civilians alike. As Don Teague reports, their future means trying to move on from tragedy.
  • H1N1 Mixed Messages
    Episode 1107
    11/7/09
    0.0
    With the H1N1 flu now widespread in the U.S., many Americans who want the vaccine say the Government's message is garbled and ever-changing. Hari Sreenivasan reports on this growing confusion.
  • Tracking Sex Offenders
    Episode 1105
    11/5/09
    0.0
    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.
  • Massacre at U.S. Army Base
    11/5/09
    0.0
    Katie Couric speaks with CBS News' David Martin at the Pentagon and correspondent Don Teague, reporting from the Ft. Hood army base in Texas.
  • Evening News Online, 11.05.09
    11/5/09
    0.0
    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.
  • Evening News Online, 11.04.09
    11/4/09
    0.0
    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.
  • Singing Made Easy
    Singing Made Easy
    Episode 1103
    11/3/09
    0.0
    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.
  • H1N1 Not Just Infecting Youth
    11/3/09
    0.0
    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.
  • Evening News Online, 11.03.09
    11/3/09
    0.0
    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.
  • Election Night, 2009
    Election Night, 2009
    Episode 1103
    11/3/09
    0.0
    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.
  • Evening News Online, 11.25.09
    Wednesday: Toyota announces its largest recall ever amid deadly accidents involving faulty pedals; Also, a holiday travel myth debunked; And, a gourmet chef helps the needy with his "American Spirit."
  • Rock On
    Rock On
    Episode 1101
    11/1/09
    0.0
    A celebration in New York marked the first quarter century of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. As Anthony Mason reports, the main attraction was some all-star fund-raising concerts.
  • Evening News Online, 11.01.09
    11/1/09
    0.0
    Sunday: Turmoil continues in Afghanistan as Abdullah withdraws from the run-off election; Plus, with children at a high risk from the H1N1 virus parents weigh the pro's and con's of vaccination.
  • Middle East Diplomacy
    Episode 1031
    10/31/09
    0.0
    Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was in the Middle East making another push for new peace talks. From there she flew to Jerusalem for talks with Israeli leaders. Wyatt Andrews has more.
  • Schools in Danger of Failure
    10/30/09
    0.0
    Although billions of federal stimulus dollars have been allocated to the education sector, Ben Tracy reports that many schools, especially in California, still face financial peril.
  • 10/27/09
    0.0
    Sapphire speaks about casting Gabourey Sidibe as the lead actress in the new movie "Precious," which was based on her novel "Push," and what she was looking for during the interview process.
  • @katiecouric: Sapphire
    @katiecouric: Sapphire
    Episode 1027
    10/27/09
    0.0
    Author Sapphire talks about the new movie "Precious" inspired by her novel "Push," the process of casting the lead actress Gabourey Sidibe, and the inspirational message of the story.
  • 10/26/09
    0.0
    The Republican Party is looking for a few good men, and there is growing concern among some GOP leaders about this message. Katie Couric comments.
  • Plan of Action
    Episode 1025
    10/25/09
    0.0
    As President Obama Declared the H1N1 virus a National Emergency, many question what will this declaration mean for doctors on the front lines of the flu fight? Randall Pinkston has the latest.
  • Taking Aim At Executive Pay
    10/24/09
    0.0
    The treasury department took aim at seven companies that have not paid back their Federal Bailout money. Jeff Glor is joined by Managing Director of Zephyr Management, James Awad.
  • Motown to Tech Town
    Episode 1024
    10/24/09
    0.0
    Michigan officials confirmed that Detroit will host the 6th annual Stem Cell Summit next year. As Jim Axelrod reports, this is part of Detroit's effort to market itself as a high-tech center.
  • Notebook: Sec. Clinton
    Notebook: Sec. Clinton
    Episode 1023
    10/23/09
    0.0
    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.
  • Evening News Online, 10.23.09
    10/23/09
    0.0
    Friday: National Transportation Safety Board announces a probe after two pilots fly plane 150 miles past arrival airport; And, an 11-year-old highlights "The American Spirit."
  • Obama vs. Fox News
    Episode 1023
    10/23/09
    0.0
    President Obama is raising eyebrows and the ire some of journalists with his feud against the Fox News Channel. Jeff Greenfield reports.
  • 10/22/09
    0.0
    Thursday: A CBS News Exclusive report investigates DEA raids on Mexican drug cartels operating in Atlanta; Also, an alarming teen suicide trend emerges; And, Twitter brings notice to snack carts.
  • 10/21/09
    0.0
    Over 600 schools have closed for at least a day because of the thousands of students affected by H1N1. As Dean Reynolds reports, H1N1 is taking a toll on children and their education.
  • Catholic Church Changes
    10/21/09
    0.0
    Nearly half a millennium after Anglicans split with the Roman Catholic Church, the Vatican wants them back. As Jim Axelrod reports, the Catholic Church will make it easier for Anglicans to convert.
  • Love of the Irish
    Love of the Irish
    Episode 1020
    10/20/09
    0.0
    Ireland has long been associated with the art of matchmaking, as CBS News' Mark Phillips reports. In fact, couples are still connecting and finding love in pubs to this day across the Emerald Isle.
  • Evening News Online, 10.20.09
    10/20/09
    0.0
    Tuesday: Alarming trends emerge as most H1N1 hospital patients are under 25; Also, Hamid Karzai agrees to a run-off election; And, finding love in Ireland.
  • 10/20/09
    0.0
    Katie Couric and author Rosalind Wiseman discuss the delicate balance between between kind of keeping an eye on kids, but also respecting their privacy.
  • 10/19/09
    0.0
    Monday: Colorado police now say that the "balloon boy" incident was in fact a hoax; Also, landmark reform for U.S. medical marijuana laws; And, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
  • 10/18/09
    0.0
    Fears are heightening over the H1N1 flu virus and the damage it can inflict on the lungs. As Hari Sreenivasan reports, the 12th child has died in just one week.
  • Balloon Escapade
    Episode 1017
    10/17/09
    0.0
    The more America learns about the Balloon escapade over Colorado, the more puzzling it becomes. As Rick Salinger reports, the Colorado father recently promised a 'big announcement.'
  • Not-So-Merry Air Fares
    Episode 1016
    10/16/09
    0.0
    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.
  • Notebook: Annoying Words
    10/15/09
    0.0
    Katie Couric says "Whatever!" to some of the most, like...you know...irritating words and phrases in the English language.
  • Afghanistan War Stories
    10/15/09
    0.0
    CBS News teams recount their experiences in war-torn Afghanistan. Hear from Randall Pinkston, Lara Logan, Jim Axelrod and more.
  • 10/15/09
    0.0
    Thursday: A media frenzy erupts after a 6-year-old boy was feared lost on a helium balloon 1,200 ft. above ground; Also, a wave of violence sweeps Pakistan; And, war stories from Afghanistan.
  • Evening News Online, 10.14.09
    10/14/09
    0.0
    Wednesday: Wall Street's big milestone after the Dow surges to over 10,000 points; Also, women continue to struggle for freedom in Afghanistan; And, a U.S. Congresswoman battles breast cancer.
  • 10/14/09
    0.0
    Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz had breast cancer at age 41. After revealing her very personal story, there's no telling how many lives she saved because of it. Nancy Cordes reports.
  • Attacking the Healthy
    Episode 1013
    10/13/09
    0.0
    The first injectable doses of the H1N1 vaccine has arrived the U.S. The CDC released surprising data that deepens the mystery of why H1N1 makes people sicker than others. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.
  • Evening News Online, 10.13.09
    10/13/09
    0.0
    Tuesday: A momentous turning point for health care reform as a Senate committee passes new legislation; Also, surprising new data about the H1N1 virus; And, President Obama's link to a fallen soldier.
  • Insurers Slam Health Reform
    10/12/09
    0.0
    The insurance industry has released a report suggesting that the current health care reform legislation will raise premiums. But, as Chip Reid reports, the White House argues otherwise.
  • 10/12/09
    0.0
    Nearly two months after the presidential election in Afghanistan, evidence has emerged suggesting that the counting of the ballots may have been tampered or falsified. David Martin reports.
  • Last Issues
    Episode 1011
    10/11/09
    0.0
    After decades of helping out readers everywhere, some glossy magazines are disappearing from American life. As Michelle Miller reports, some magazine issues may be coming to your computers.
  • Notebook: Airline Fees, Delays
    10/8/09
    0.0
    CBS News' Bianca Solorzano discusses the latest study which indicates that airlines, while frequently slapping fees on travelers, have increased times for flight delays.
  • Obama's War Strategy
    Obama's War Strategy
    Episode 1008
    10/8/09
    0.0
    White House officials say esident Obama's strategy will be to defeat al Qaeda in Pakistan, while downplaying the need to completely eliminate the Taliban in Afghanistan. Chip Reid reports.
  • Pakistan in Danger
    Episode 1007
    10/7/09
    0.0
    Pakistan's border is home to thousands of Taliban and al Qaeda fighters who often cross into Afghanistan to attack American forces. Terry McCarthy reports from Pakistan's Swat Valley.
  • Obama's Afghan Dilemma
    Obama's Afghan Dilemma
    Episode 1006
    10/6/09
    0.0
    With increasing political and public pressure, President Barack Obama now faces a difficult decision regarding U.S. troop deployment levels in Afghanistan. Chip Reid reports.
  • Evening News Online, 10.06.09
    10/6/09
    0.0
    Tuesday: The continuation of the CBS News special series, "The Road Ahead," featuring in-depth coverage of the U.S. war in Afghanistan; Plus, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
  • 10/6/09
    0.0
    Katie Couric discusses that Gen. McChrystal is taking heat for expressing his view that the situation in Afghanistan is deteriorating. The White House should remain open to all informed opinions.
  • Who Are the Taliban?
    Episode 1005
    10/5/09
    0.0
    As U.S. military forces continue to fight in Afghanistan, CBS News takes an in-depth look at the covert operations of the Taliban, one of America's greatest enemies. Lara Logan reports from Kabul.
  • 10/3/09
    0.0
    Saturday: The disaster of the Indonesian earthquake unfolds as officials report the quake destroyed 4 villages; Plus, A cloud has been cast over the hopes that an economic recovery is underway.
  • Grand Larceny for 48 Producer
    10/2/09
    0.0
    Joe Halderman, an Emmy nominated winning producer for 48 Hours, was arraigned on charges of first degree grand larceny after threatening late night TV host David Letterman. Jeff Glor reports.
  • Flight 1549 Redux
    Flight 1549 Redux
    Episode 1001
    10/1/09
    0.0
    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.
  • 10/1/09
    0.0
    After the Cash-for-Clunkers program ended, car sales dropped drastically nationwide. But, as CBS News national correspondent Dean Reynolds reports, there may still be some bright signs ahead.
  • Science of a Tsunami
    Episode 0930
    9/30/09
    0.0
    Despite extensive research, and growing public interest, scientists say that powerful tsunami waves still remain a mystery. CBS News' John Blackstone reports from Menlo Park, Calif.
  • On "Oz" Fame 70 Years Later
    9/30/09
    0.0
    Three munchkins from the cast of "The Wizard of Oz" talk to Kelly Wallace about the long-lasting success of the film.
  • "The Wizard of Oz" Turns 70
    9/30/09
    0.0
    Seventy years after "The Wizard of Oz" rose to fame, the film is still maintaining its popularity among children. Kelly Wallace reports.
  • U.S. Strategy in Afghanistan
    9/30/09
    0.0
    President Obama and his aides are seriously debating future troop deployment in Afghanistan, as the top-ranking U.S. general in that country has asked for more soldiers. David Martin reports.
  • Corruption in State Dept?
    9/29/09
    0.0
    Howard Krongar's job was to investigate alleged misconduct at the U.S. embassy in Kabul. Sharyl Attkisson reports on how one of his personal relationships may have prevented him from doing so.
  • Distracted Driving
    Episode 0929
    9/29/09
    0.0
    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.
  • Tina Brown On The Future Of Journalism
    9/29/09
    0.0
    Tina Brown, founder of The Daily Beast, tells Katie Couric she expects a new golden age of journalism as the era of online media matures. Watch more at @KatieCouric on CBSNews.com.
  • New Credit Card Rules
    New Credit Card Rules
    Episode 0929
    9/29/09
    0.0
    The credit card industry got a bill of its own after 800 pages of rules spelling out the credit card reforms President Obama signed into law. Jim Axelrod reports on this monumental change.
  • 9/28/09
    0.0
    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.
  • Polanski, a Fugitive
    Polanski, a Fugitive
    Episode 0928
    9/28/09
    0.0
    After more than 30 years as a fugitive, famed director, Roman Polanksi is behind bars for raping a 13-year-old girl. As Ben Tracy reports, it's becoming an international tug-of-war.
  • Pressuring Paterson
    Pressuring Paterson
    Episode 0927
    9/27/09
    0.0
    NY Governor Paterson dug in his heels in the face of the White House pressure to quit the 2010 election. As Hari Sreenivasan reports, a photo op barely disguised the rift between Obama and Paterson.
  • 9/27/09
    0.0
    Sunday: Iran recently tested several missiles and plans to test medium and long range missiles as well; Plus, a determined paraplegic continues to climb Africa's highest mountain.
  • 9/26/09
    0.0
    The long captivity of Jaycee Duggard has many wondering how sex offenders are able to go unnoticed. As Ben Tracy reports, some offenders are accused of going to great lengths to commit their crimes.
  • A Terrorist Street-Vendor
    9/26/09
    0.0
    Accused terrorist, Najibullah Zazi is in prison facing a court hearing. Investigators are trying to figure out how the life of a one-time street vendor led to this moment. Hari Sreenivasan reports.
  • Evening News Online, 09.25.09
    9/25/09
    0.0
    Friday: Widespread surprise as President Obama delivers claim that Iran secretly holds a second nuclear test facility; Also, Pittsburgh G20 summit ends as leaders announce financial reform.
  • 9/25/09
    0.0
    President Barack Obama surprised many throughout the international community over his allegations that Iran has been operating a second secret nuclear test facility. Chip Reid reports.
  • UCLA Volunteers Big
    Episode 0924
    9/24/09
    0.0
    UCLA freshman held the biggest, one-day volunteer campaign that any school has ever done. Bill Whitaker reports on their day of service.
  • 9/23/09
    0.0
    In part two of an exclusive interview with Katie Couric, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad speaks about Iranian protests and his comments regarding the Holocaust.
  • Qaddafi Sparks Tensions at U.N.
    9/23/09
    0.0
    Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi went to New York to address leaders at the United Nations during a special summit. As Jim Axelrod reports, Qaddafi has drawn considerable controversy during his visit.
  • Ahmadinejad on Nuclear Program
    9/23/09
    0.0
    During an exclusive interview with Katie Couric, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said that officials in his nation have in fact been willing to comply with nuclear weapons inspections.
  • President Ahmadinejad, Part 1
    9/23/09
    0.0
    In part one of an exclusive interview with Katie Couric, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad speaks about his country's nuclear ambitions.
  • Notebook: Primary Care
    Notebook: Primary Care
    Episode 0922
    9/22/09
    0.0
    Katie Couric comments on the frustration of getting a doctor's appointment. If Congress extends health insurance to more Americans, getting a doctor's appointment may become even more difficult.
  • Glenn Beck On His Obama Racist Comments
    9/22/09
    0.0
    In an interview with Katie Couric, Glenn Beck defends his controversial remarks about President Barack Obama.
  • Evening News Online, 09.21.09
    9/21/09
    0.0
    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."
  • U.S. Troops in Afghanistan
    9/21/09
    0.0
    The top-ranking U.S. commander in Afghanistan has told President Obama that the war could be lost if more American troops are not soon deployed there. David Martin reports from the Pentagon.
  • 9/21/09
    0.0
    Denver, Colo. resident Najibullah Zazi and his father, along with a suspect in Queens, N.Y., have all been accused of lying to the FBI and maintaining ties with al Qaeda. Armen Keteyian reports.
  • Battle over Airwaves
    Episode 0920
    9/20/09
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    A controversial radio program about women's issues in Afghanistan is angering the Taliban and waging a new kind of battle to win hearts and minds. Mandy Clark reports on the 'Radio Wars'.
  • Peak Performance
    Peak Performance
    Episode 0920
    9/20/09
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    A paralyzed man is determined to conquer Africa's legendary Mt. Kilimanjaro. As Karen Brown reports, this man takes the phrase, "climb every mountain" literally.
  • 9/19/09
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    Saturday: An expanded tax credit plan could be just the bump the housing market needs; Also, Californians continue to battle against seals for beach rights; Plus, Stock Market on a Rebound.
  • Notebook: Soda Tax
    Episode 0918
    9/18/09
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    A tax of one cent per ounce on soft drinks could be a major source of revenue for health care reform. Katie Couric comments on the explosive moment for the soda industry.
  • Yale Students React to Murder
    9/18/09
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    Several graduate students from Yale University spoke with CBS News about the campus-wide reaction to the murder of their peer, Annie Le.
  • New Bank Bonus Regulations
    9/18/09
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    New regulations on compensation for key bank employees wouldn't set caps on salaries, but would force banks to abandon bonus plans that encourage excessive risk taking. Anthony Mason reports.
  • Obama on FTN: 'We Can be Civil'
    9/18/09
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    Katie Couric spoke to Bob Schieffer of 60 Minutes about his interview with President Obama. The discussion included the health care debate and funding without raising taxes for the middle class.
  • Evening News Online, 09.18.09
    9/18/09
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    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."
  • Arrest in Yale Murder
    Episode 0917
    9/17/09
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    An arrest has been made in the murder of Yale grad student Annie Le. Raymond Clark III is in police custody on $3 million bail. Randall Pinkston is following the investigation.
  • Notebook: Norma Rae
    Episode 0916
    9/16/09
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    Katie Couric speaks about the impact of the late Crystal Lee Sutton, whose fight to unionize Southern textile plants with low pay and poor conditions was dramatized in the film "Norma Rae."
  • Terror Investigation Unfolds
    9/16/09
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    The FBI has searched the home of an alleged terrorist who may be involved in one of the biggest terror investigations since 9/11. As Bob Orr reports, the FBI still lacks hard intelligence.
  • Racism Behind Wilson's Heckle?
    9/15/09
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    In Rep. Joe Wilson's South Carolina district, the majority of his constituents are staunch, white Republicans. Mark Strassmann reports on accusations racial overtures fueled Wilson's comment.
  • Seal of Approval
    Episode 0915
    9/15/09
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    A playful Hawaiian seal is loved by many, but he eventually could turn dangerous as he continues to grow. As John Blackstone reports, a wildlife rescue team is hoping this seal can beat the odds.
  • 9/14/09
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    Law enforcement officials say they have discovered the body of 24-year-old Yale University student Annie Le. As Randall Pinkston reports, police believe that Le was murdered by an acquaintance.
  • Legend of a Gentleman
    Episode 0912
    9/12/09
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    It seems as if nobody dislikes Derek Jeter. He is a player who sets an example of excellence and professionalism that stretches far beyond sports. Jeff Glor reports on his remarkable feat.
  • Effective Malpractice Policy
    9/12/09
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    A new policy of honesty and apology health policy has proven to be a shrewd business practice for one hospital system. As Priya David reports, this policy has worked wonders against malpractice suits.
  • 9/11/09
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    President Obama's had just left 9/11 ceremonies at the Pentagon when a nearby Coast Guard routine drill was mistaken for an anniversary terrorist attack in a CNN on air report. Bob Orr reports.
  • Notebook: Wilson's War
    Notebook: Wilson's War
    Episode 0910
    9/10/09
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    Representative Joe Wilson, R-S.C., is in the penalty box after yelling "you lie" during President Obama's speech to Congress. Katie Couric comments on Wilson's outburst.
  • Obama's Reform Reignited
    9/10/09
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    Following his prime time Congressional address, President Obama has seized on renewed interest in his plans for health care reform. Chip Reid reports on the ongoing campaign for new legislation.
  • Praise For Kennedy On Reform
    9/9/09
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    In a special congressional address, President Barack Obama commended Sen. Ted Kennedy, who recently died at age 77, and his lifelong devotion towards health care reform.
  • 'Everyone Will Have Insurance'
    9/9/09
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    Addressing Congress over the controversy surrounding health care reform, Pres. Obama said that everyone in the United States will be required to hold basic health insurance.
  • 9/9/09
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    GOP leaders have said there's a possibility of a compromise on health care reform but only if President Obama focuses on areas of broad bipartisan agreement. Nancy Cordes reports.
  • 9/7/09
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    Violence was a concern heading into the Afghan election, but now it has switched to vote rigging. As Mandy Clark reports, there are accusations that supporters cheated the election by different means.
  • Food Feud
    Food Feud
    Episode 0906
    9/6/09
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    Since the mid-90's, nutrition facts were on the side of food products. Now, some packaged foods are getting new front-of-the-box labels. Randall Pinkston reports on this 'smart choices program'.
  • School Speech Controversy
    9/6/09
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    A nationally broadcasted speech by President Obama to schools has caused controversy. The complaints have caused some school districts to decide they won't carry the speech. Don Teague reports.
  • The President's Plan
    The President's Plan
    Episode 0906
    9/6/09
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    The debate on Capitol Hill is heating up again, as President Obama will take his health care case directly to Congress and the American people. Kimberly Dozier has the latest.
  • 9/6/09
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    Sunday: President Obama will take his health care case directly to Congress and the American people; Also, As Washington gets back to work, the Obama Administration is set to have a busy autumn.
  • Shared Space
    Shared Space
    Episode 0905
    9/5/09
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    One Dutch community made an attempt to change the rules of the road by implementing no traffic lights or street signs. Mark Phillips has the story of a Dutch town's shared roadway.
  • Evening News Online, 09.05.09
    9/5/09
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    Saturday: The H1N1 virus has hit two thousand students, and many question if the future vaccine is safe; Plus, Calif. Officials said they have clear evidence of arson in the station fire North of L.A.
  • Afghan Civilians Harmed
    9/5/09
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    The NATO Commander in Afghanistan acknowledged that civilians were harmed during the recent airstrike. As Elizabeth Palmer reports, the incident is another blow to the NATO unity.
  • Drought Drying Crops
    Drought Drying Crops
    Episode 0905
    9/5/09
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    The Calif. central valley grows many U.S. agricultural products. However, a drought has set off a battle for the water left, and provided a study of climate change dilemmas. Seth Doane reports.
  • H1N1 College Concerns
    H1N1 College Concerns
    Episode 0905
    9/5/09
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    At Washington's State's main campus, back to school means back to bed. The H1N1 virus has hit two thousand students. As Mark Strassmann reports, schools hope the vaccine will help when it arrives.
  • Shot or Not?
    Shot or Not?
    Episode 0905
    9/5/09
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    As government pushes to launch 45 million doses of the H1N1 vaccine, many families are wondering if the vaccine is completely safe. Michelle Miller reports.
  • Evening News Online, 09.04.09
    9/4/09
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    Friday: The growing U.S. unemployment rate leaves jobless nationwide to resort to drastic measures; Also, social conservatives outraged over a White House staffer's remarks.
  • Job Market Leveling Off
    9/4/09
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    After the credit crisis erupted last September, monthly job losses quickly deepened hitting a low of 700,000. But as Anthony Mason reports, they've now returned to levels before the panic.
  • 9/4/09
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    A U.S. air strike aimed at a group of Taliban fighters resulted in the deaths of Afghan civilians. Elizabeth Palmer reports on the resulting pressure put on America's top commander in Afghanistan.
  • No Vacation from H1N1
    No Vacation from H1N1
    Episode 0903
    9/3/09
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    The CDC reported that with school back in session there has been an increase in H1N1 cases among young people. Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports that the CDC stressed the mildness of the cases.
  • Taliban Protection Payments
    9/3/09
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    The House Foreign Relations Committee is investigating whether a percentage of the money the U.S. is spending in Afghanistan is going straight to the Taliban. Nancy Cordes reports.
  • 9/2/09
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    A new report finds gross incompetence by the Securities and Exchange Commission in allowing Bernie Madoff's crimes to remain undetected. Armen Keteyian reports.
  • Parole Process Probed
    Parole Process Probed
    Episode 0901
    9/1/09
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    Phillip Garrido was sentenced to a 50-year sentence in 1976, but was paroled 11 years into his sentence. As Hattie Kauffman reports, this is raising serious questions about the parole process.
  • Evening News Online, 09.01.09
    9/1/09
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    Tuesday: Wildfires cause severe damage throughout Los Angeles County; Also, an exclusive report on alleged U.S. security hazing in Afghanistan; And, Bernie Madoff's sons under scrutiny.
  • Evening News Online, 08.31.09
    8/31/09
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    Monday: A special exclusive report from Afghanistan; Also, four years later, Katrina victims still confined to FEMA trailers; And, a new sensor in sports helmets.
  • 8/31/09
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    In the case of Jaycee Dugard, some people think the parole officer who regularly visited the property should have discovered the secret backyard prison. As John Blackstone reports, questions remain.
  • 8/30/09
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    Sunday: In California, authorities are pleading with residents to evacuate as wildfires continue; Plus, A man who has spent his years since retiring from space exploration as an artist
  • Kennedy, The Patriarch
    Episode 0829
    8/29/09
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    Senator Ted Kennedy was the baby of the family who eventually became the patriarch. As Jeff Glor reports, a patriarch is the role Ted Kennedy was perfectly suited for.
  • Jaycee Kidnap Case Unfolds
    8/29/09
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    The solved kidnapping case of Jaycee Dugard stunned the nation. As John Blackstone reports, anger is growing that authorities missed opportunities in the past to crack this case.
  • CBS Reporter Injured
    CBS Reporter Injured
    Episode 0828
    8/28/09
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    CBS News radio correspondent Carrie McCormick was injured while on assignment in Afghanistan, as Harry Smith reports. McCormick injured in an IED blast while traveling with U.S. soldiers.
  • Dodd: Teddy Changed America
    8/28/09
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    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.
  • Sen. Hatch On Kennedy
    Sen. Hatch On Kennedy
    Episode 0828
    8/28/09
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    At a memorial service in Boston, Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) discussed his late friend, Sen. Edward "Ted" Kennedy. Despite their ideological differences, the two shared a friendship.
  • Kennedy's Full Life
    Episode 0826
    8/26/09
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    The assassinations of Ten Kennedy's brothers meant that their lives will always be measured in terms of possibilities, but for Ted, his triumphs can be measured in full. Jeff Greenfield Reports.
  • 8/24/09
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    Pro golfer J.P. Hayes turned himself in after he unwittingly used a non-regulation prototype ball for two shots in the PGA tournament. Mark Strassmann reports.
  • CIA Interrogation Techniques
    8/24/09
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    Katie Couric speaks with James Bamford, an author and CIA intelligence expert, about the latest reports alleging torture by CIA officials during the interrogations of alleged terror suspects.
  • 8/22/09
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    Martha's Vineyard is not only the current vacation spot of Barack Obama, but also one of the most culturally diverse places in the nation. Randall Pinkston reports.
  • Releasing GITMO Prisoner
    8/22/09
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    One of the youngest detainees at Guantanamo Bay prison will likely be returned to Afghanistan. Lara Logan tells us the story of a soldier who broke ranks over Guantanamo and followed his conscience.
  • 8/18/09
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    U.S. Marines are going town by town in Helmand Providence trying to flush out the Taliban before Thursday's elections. Lara Logan reports.
  • The Blind Sportscaster
    Episode 0817
    8/17/09
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    The Spanish voice of Tampa Bay Rays baseball, Enrique "The Volcano" Oliu was born blind. Kelly Cobiella reports on the sports broadcaster's gift to explain a game he has never seen.
  • AARP Backlash
    AARP Backlash
    Episode 0817
    8/17/09
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    Up to 60,000 Americans have canceled their AARP memberships due to anger over the group's position on health care. As Sharyl Attkisson reports, many are switching to a 'conservative alternative.'
  • "Co-Op" Health Care?
    "Co-Op" Health Care?
    Episode 0817
    8/17/09
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    As Republican and Democratic lawmakers continue to debate the Obama administration's public health care option, Nancy Cordes reports that a co-operative plan may serve as an effective compromise.
  • Central Texas Severe Drought
    8/17/09
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    As Central Texas is suffers from its worst drought in history, snakes search for water in yards, agriculture losses could top $4 billion, and dried-up lakes become attractions. Don Teague reports.
  • Where Does AARP Stand?
    Where Does AARP Stand?
    Episode 0817
    8/17/09
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    CBS News Investigative Correspondent Sharyl Attkisson spoke with AARP Senior Vice President for Social Impact Cheryl Matheis about the AARP's position on health care reform.
  • An Extra Helpful Hospital
    8/16/09
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    President Obama claims that just streamlining hospital practices could help pay for health reform. Randall Pinkston shows us a hospital that where improved care and savings go hand in hand.
  • Clunker Confusion
    Episode 0815
    8/15/09
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    Cash for Clunkers has been an extreme success. Automakers continue to boost production, but some dealerships still await their reimbursements. Terrell Brown reports.
  • Vick Rejoins NFL
    Episode 0814
    8/14/09
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    After serving 18 months in federal prison for running a dog fighting ring out of his Virginia home, Michael Vick rejoins the NFL with a two-year deal with the Philadelphia Eagles. Jeff Glor reports.
  • Healthcare Reform Defense
    8/13/09
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    As President Obama continues to defend healthcare reform, White House officials respond with an email campaign for supporters. Sharyl Attkisson reports.
  • Caught in a Mortgage Squeeze
    8/13/09
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    More and more Americans are caught in a mortgage squeeze where their monthly payment goes up, but the value of their home goes down. Ben Tracy reports.
  • Notebook: End of Life
    Episode 0813
    8/13/09
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    Benjamin Franklin famously wrote that "nothing is certain except death and taxes." Katie Couric takes a look at how proposed healthcare reform is treating life's certainties.
  • 8/12/09
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    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.
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