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  • 12.31.10
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    Friday: A tornado rolled through Arkansas into Missouri flattening trees, snapping power poles, and killing six; Also, seniors will get their first taste of health care reform in 2011; And, we look back at the some of the biggest news stories of the year.
  • 12.30.10
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    Thursday: A string of powerful winter storms has left the western U.S. in shambles; Also, unemployment hits a record low while food stamps use hits a record high; And, we take a look back at the famous and powerful who died in 2010.
  • 12.29.10
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    Wednesday: California residents are bracing for the windy conditions expected in the wake of the recent storm; Also, entrepreneurs are taking a risk on reinventing Detriot; And, big snow means big business for California's Mammoth Mountain.
  • 12.28.10
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    Tuesday: The East Coast blizzard has cancelled over 5,500 flights, leaving holiday air travel a tangled mess; Also, "Crusher One," a Marine squad that has seen some of the heaviest fighting in Afghanistan; And, the story of a flight attendant with Continental Airlines for 53 years.
  • 12.27.10
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    Monday: A record-setting blizzard bashes the Northeast dumping over a foot of snow and hindering holiday travel; Also, cutting red tape at the Pentagon may be the key to balancing the budget; And, the ghost of Christmas giving resurfaces in Ohio.
  • 12.26.10
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    Sunday: The blizzard of 2010 heads up the East Coast after breaking records in southern states; Plus, once-optimistic retailers worry the winter storm could hinder post-Christmas sales; Also, a Los Angeles high school boosts its budget as a movie set for rent.
  • 12.25.10
    12.25.10
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    Saturday: Winter weather continues to punish states across the country as a storm system that battered the west coast moves into the southeast; Then, Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright sat down with Jim Axelrod to discuss the state of world peace and anti-muslim sentiment; Also, Panera Bread Company opts to help less fortunate in Dearborn, Michigan afford meals with a pay-as-you-wish mantra.moreless
  • 12.24.10
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    Friday: Bob Orr reports on the potential threat of bombs hidden inside insulated drink containers; Then, California's "Parent Trigger Law" allows a majority of parents to dictate the future of a public school; Also, John Blackstone reports on the Garrick family's unique Christmas tradition - giving trees to the needy.
  • 12.23.10
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    Thursday: California has started cleaning up after pounding rain wiped out entire neighborhoods damaging homes; Then, Relatives say a guardian agency for an elderly Arizona woman ran up the bills on her $1.3 million estate; Also, Jim Axelrod tells the story of a little boy who spreads Christmas cheer to those less fortunate.moreless
  • 12.22.10
    12.22.10
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    Wednesday: The storm battering the Western U.S. is causing major damage and hundreds of evacuations; Also, Katie Couric helps put the threat of "homegrown" terror in focus; And, a woman whose tragic loss inspired her to bring Christmas joy to children around the country.
  • 12.21.10
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    Tuesday: As firefighters in California fight surging waters from torrential rain, the risk of mudslides increases; Also, just days before Christmas holiday sales are predicted to will jump this season; Plus, the latest signers of The Giving Pledge.
  • 12.20.10
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    Monday: An exclusive report on the latest terror threat to America that involves the possible use of poisons; Also, the Senate tackles a bill that would provide aid to 9/11 first responders; Plus, Tennessee's year-round Santa Claus.
  • 12.19.10
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    Sunday: The Senate takes to the floor to debate the nuclear arms treaty with Russia; Also, a series of rainstorms sweeps the west coast; Plus, how Congress is really spending education tax dollars.
  • 12.18.10
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    Saturday: The Senate has voted to repeal "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," allowing gays to serve openly in the military; Also, with one week left until Christmas, retail sales expectations are on the rise; And, small loans are providing a big boost to rural China.
  • 12.17.10
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    Friday: Katie Couric interviews WikiLeaks found Julian Assange about his life and his website; Then, never before have people been able to search for knowledge in the way Google has now made possible; Also, Matt Hoffman sacrificed the end of his junior year season playing football to donate his bone stem cells to save the life of a cancer patient.moreless
  • 12.16.10
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    Thursday: The hero of the Panama City School Board shooting tells his story; Also, Terry McCarthy reports from Afghanistan on the Marines who risk their lives to remove IEDs; And, today marks the 50th anniversary of the worst airplane crash the world had ever seen.
  • 12.15.10
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    Wednesday: An ex-con opens fire at a routine meeting of a Florida school district; Also, Congress has adds $8 billion worth of earmarks to the spending bill; Plus, four wounded Marines speak out about the Afghan war.
  • 12.14.10
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    Tuesday: Temperatures plunge across much of the Southeast, with record-lows in some states; Also, a British judge grants Julian Assange bail, but the WikiLeaks founder will remain in prison for now; Plus, the image of marriage amongst baby bombers.
  • 12.13.10
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    Monday: A winter storm sweeps the U.S. with 50 MPH winds that produced blizzards, white out conditions; Also, a federal judge rules President Obama's health care bill unconstitutional; Also, a 73-year-old Texas woman makes coaching history.
  • 12.12.10
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    Sunday: The massive Midwest snow storm isn't done yet. We'll tell you where it's headed next; Also, there are surprising health benefits for new moms who participate in group prenatal care; And, the royal family is having the best and the worst of times.
  • 12.11.10
    Episode 12.11.10
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    Saturday: Bernie Madoff's son Mark is found dead of an apparent suicide; Also, in a CBS News exclusive, Anthony Mason talks to former Madoff employees who are unable to find jobs; And, the first fully electric car is delivered to a customer in San Francisco.
  • 12.10.10
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    Friday: Former President Clinton fielded questions from reporters defending President Obama's tax deal with republicans; Then, a guilty verdict has been handed down to Brian Mitchell for the kidnapping of Elizabeth Smart; Also, three artifacts of American history were sold at Sotheby's in New York City each fetching prices over a million dollarsmoreless
  • 12.09.10
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    Thursday: House Democrats are rejecting the president's tax deal with Republicans; Also, we put the war in Afghanistan in focus; And; an 11-year-old cancer survivor is inspiring the workers building a children's hospital.
  • 12.08.10
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    Wednesday: An FBI sting has stopped another suspected homegrown terror plot in suburban Baltimore; Plus, President Obama struggles to convince Democratic leaders to endorse the tax cut deal; Also, a look back on Elizabeth Edwards' final days.
  • 12.07.10
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    Tuesday: Elizabeth Edwards has died at 61 after a long battle against breast cancer; Also, President Obama defends his compromise with House Republicans over extending the Bush-era tax cuts; Plus, an inspiring artist campaigns for barefoot families.
  • 12.06.10
    Episode 12.06.10
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    Monday: WikiLeaks releases a secret State Department cable listing sites vital to U.S. national security; Also, Elizabeth Edwards' health deteriorates as her breast cancer spreads; Also, an Arizona woman takes her dreams from lawyer to mechanic.
  • 12.05.10
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    Sunday: Senate leaders discuss a possible deal to extend all Bush-era tax cuts and long-term unemployment benefits; Plus, Army Pvt. Bradley Manning is reportedly the man who made the WikiLeaks spill possible; Also, Chicago's plan for transformation.
  • 12.04.10
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    Saturday: Senate Republicans blocked another attempt by Democrats to let the Bush-era tax cuts expire for high earners; Also, governments across the world are coming after Julian Assange and WikiLeaks; And, a pet store owner decides to end sales of pure-breds and set-up an adoption facility.
  • 12.03.10
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    Friday: Economists are baffled as the jobless rate rose two-tenths of a point in November; Then, President Obama made a secret trip to Afghanistan to address the troops and deliver a message of gratitude; Also, a company's CEO made the biggest sacrifice by firing herself instead of one of her eight employees to save her company.moreless
  • Evening News Online 12.02.10
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    Thursday: The House voted to censure Charlie Rangel after being found guilty of 11 ethics violations; Then, Sweden's high court turned down Wikileaks' founder Julian Assange's appeal; Also, The House of Representatives voted to extend the Bush-era tax cuts for families making $250,000 or less.
  • 11.30.10
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    Tuesday: President Obama met with Republican Congressional leaders for the first time since the midterm elections; Also, the Senate passed sweeping legislation of the food safety system; And, a mother-daughter team from Atlanta bake gourmet cookies for cancer.
  • 11.29.10
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    Monday: The U.S. government is launching a criminal investigation against the website WikiLeaks; Also, the attempted Portland, Ore., bomber arrives in federal court; Plus, cyber Monday sales kick off Internet shopping for the holiday season.
  • 11.28.10
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    Sunday: WikiLeaks posts thousands of classified State Department documents revealing the world of international diplomacy; Also, passengers react to extra security measures at transit hubs around the U.S.; And a report on the "Savory Collection," a lost trove of jazz recordings.
  • 11.27.10
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    Saturday: The F.B.I. is releasing new details about the sting which stopped a terror plot in Portland, Oregon; Also, outrage in Ireland over a $100 billion bailout that will force major government budget cuts; And, courageous Afghan women fight the Taliban with soccer.
  • 11.26.10
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    Friday: Millions of Americans will shop Black Friday weekend with expected sales of $42 billion; Also, three teenage boys from were rescued after spending 50 days adrift in the South Pacific; Plus, Colin Firth on his new role as King George XI.
  • 11.25.10
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    Thursday: Many people aren't waiting for Black Friday with retail stores opening door-busting sales sooner than normal; Then, after much confusion from the American public, the system of color-coded terror alerts is about to get scrapped; Also, actress Ashley Judd wants to be known for something other than her movies as the CBS News American Spirit series continues.moreless
  • 11.24.10
    Episode 11.24.10
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    Wednesday: Weather slows down holiday travel more than protesters; Also, revisit the celebrated documentary "Harvest of Shame" and see what life is like for today's migrant farm workers; And, millions of Americans volunteer to help the needy this holiday season.
  • 11.23.10
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    Tuesday: The latest on the ongoing debate over invasive pat-downs and full body scans; Plus, the worst military confrontation between the Koreas since the Korean war; Also, the new crisis facing baby bombers.
  • 11.22.10
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    Monday: Several stories of upset passengers have gone viral amid calls for a protest; Also, the American Black Friday tradition is transitioning to the web; Plus, an older brother who spent over a decade saving funds to reunite with his two younger siblings.
  • 11.21.10
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    Sunday: The transportation security chief signals a possible easing of invasive security checks; Also, the gasoline price hike and the impact on consumers during the holiday shopping season; Plus, behind the traditional presidential pardon of the official White House turkey.
  • 11.20.10
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    Saturday: President Obama is making progress on international policy; Also, Pope Benedict sparks new controversy over his suggestion that the use of condoms can be morally defensible; And, A deaf rap artist who performs his music live using sign language.
  • 11.19.10
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    Friday: Backlash increases towards the TSA over their new controversial airport screening methods as radiation risks surface; Then, the family of young man killed when his SUV rolled over, along with a jury who found in their favor, are blaming an allegedly faulty seat belt; Also, three decades later, remembering the mystery that kept everybody guessing who shot J.R.?moreless
  • 11.18.10
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    Thursday: An exclusive interview with the two men who chair Obama's commission on cutting red ink in Washington; Then, Katie Couric examines the nation's mounting national debt; Also, revelations about historical family links between Prince William and Kate Middleton have surfaced.
  • 11.17.10
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    Wednesday: A major setback to the administration's attempt to show that suspects held at Guantanamo can be prosecuted in civilian courts; Also, Strong demand for GM stock has pushed the IPO price for its stock way up; Plus, the FDA enacts a virtual ban on alcoholic energy drinks.
  • 11.16.10
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    Tuesday: Prince William proposes to his long-time girlfriend Kate Middleton with his mother Princess Diana's ring; Also, abandoned or neglected properties that are creating safety hazards; Plus, two female auto factory workers who fought for equal pay in the late 1960s.
  • 11.15.10
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    Monday: The government is calling new scanners that create a full body image the next generation of travel security; Also, new members of the House and Senate arrive for orientation; Plus, Staff Sgt. Salvatore Giunta, a humble hero.
  • 11.14.10
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    Sunday: One day after being freed, Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi plans to carry on her fight for democracy; Also, new House members are stream into Washington for orientation; Plus, a never-released Justice Dept. report detailing how the U.S. allowed Nazi criminals to emigrate after World War II.
  • 11.13.10
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    Saturday: Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi is free after two decades as a political prisoner; Also, air cargo security continues to be a major threat to the U.S.; And, Harry Potter fans gather in New York City for the 2010 Quidditch World Cup.
  • 11.11.10
    Episode 11.11.10
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    Thursday: Passengers returned home after a fire knocked out power leaving the massive Carnival cruise ship Splendor stranded in the Pacific. Then; the revolutionary new medical procedure where doctors inject stem cells directly into the brain to fight a deadly cancer. Also; a rare look inside North Korea's secret society and the threat it poses to America.moreless
  • 11.10.10
    Episode 11.10.10
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    Wednesday: Major cutbacks are being proposed to eliminate the federal deficit; Also, The FDA is proposing new warnings on cigarette packs that include graphic images; Plus, a look inside a kidney exchange in which 20 people saved 10 lives.
  • 11.09.10
    Episode 11.09.10
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    Tuesday: A U.S. soldier allegedly orchestrated a "kill team" to murder civilians in Afghanistan just for the thrill; Plus, Two U.S. citizens were murdered in the midst of Mexico's ongoing drug war; And, a Somali doctor who's ready to die for her patients was among the notable women honored by Glamour magazine.moreless
  • 11.08.10
    Episode 11.08.10
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    Monday: Fast Food restaurants spending millions of dollars to market unhealthy meals to kids; Plus, President Obama stresses the importance of job creation through several major initiatives between the U.S. and India; Also, a new technology aimed at preventing further fatal accidents.
  • 11.07.10
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    Sunday: President Obama visits India to focus on opening its surging economy to U.S. goods; Also, House Republicans take aim at one of their first targets: health care; Plus, Chilean miner Edison Pena finishes the New York City marathon in less than six hours.
  • 11.06.10
    Episode 11.06.10
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    Saturday: The Yemen government is finally cracking down on terrorism within their borders; Also, the FDA has approved a revolutionary new blood thinner; And, the greatest race horse ends its perfect record.
  • 11.05.10
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    Friday: An unexpected hiring surge in the U.S. economy; Also, military suicides continue to increase; And, barefoot running in the park.
  • 11.04.10
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    Thursday: A high-tech way of screening for lung cancer has been shown to drastically cut the risk of dying from the disease; Also, an engine blow-out on Qantas Airlines Flight 34 causes the plane to make an emergency landing in Singapore; Plus, a businessman in Philadelphia has found a winning formula to help alleviate unemployment.moreless
  • 11.03.10
    Episode 11.03.10
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    Wednesday: President Obama comments on finding common ground with House Republicans; Plus, the new players in Congress and what they see as a mandate for change; And, where did Democrats go wrong?
  • 11.02.10
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    Tuesday: Katie Couric anchors a special edition of the "CBS Evening News" during the 2010 midterm election night, as Republicans and Democrats fight over control of Congress.
  • 11.01.10
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    Monday: The latest developments in the 2010 midterm campaign season; Also, officials link several U.S. bomb plots to the Yemen-based terror group al Qaeda; Also, famed presidential speechwriter Ted Sorensen dies at 82-years-old.
  • 10.31.10
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    Sunday: U.S. officials have some concerns about additional package bombs; Also, President Obama's final rally in the critical swing state of Ohio; And, the Pontiac Motor division comes to an end.
  • 10.29.10
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    Friday: Packages containing explosives from Yemen are discovered en route to a Chicago synagogue; Also, U.S. taxpayer dollars get sent to dead recipients; And, how spooky farms generate thrilling profits.
  • 10.28.10
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    Thursday: Federal investigators say BP and Halliburton ignored warning signs that could have prevented the explosion of Deepwater Horizon; Then, voters are so fed up with Congress, most now say they're willing to take a chance on a political novice; Also, a close-up look at bogus foreclosure documents that costing people their homes.moreless
  • 10.27.10
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    Wednesday: A new CBS News/New York Times poll on the enthusiasm gap among likely voters; Plus, a major storm system continues to sweep the Midwest, with damage in several states; And, exceptionally eccentric candidates of 2010.
  • 10.25.10
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    Monday: More than 25% of homes undergoing foreclosure are now under review for questionable proceedings; Also, the CDC is working closely with Haitian authorities to track source of the cholera outbreak; Plus, an exclusive look inside the world of cargo hijacking.
  • 10.24.10
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    Sunday: The Haitian government says the spread of cholera may be stabilizing; Also, Iran is sending millions of dollars to promote anti-U.S. sentiment in Afghanistan; Plus, how one far-seeing eye doctor is taking on the challenge of helping the poor in developing countries.
  • 10.23.10
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    Saturday: The WikiLeaks release continues to spark global controversy; Also, experts are looking into whether a deadly shark attack was caused by a great white; And, law officials are honing their observation skills using fine art.
  • 10.22.10
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    Friday: The Pentagon attempts a clean up after more WikiLeaks revelations; Also, a cholera outbreak turns deadly in disaster-stricken Haiti; And, there may be a global economic crisis, but the world's wealthiest consumers are still spending.
  • 10.21.10
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    Thursday: Juan Williams has been fired by NPR over comments made about Muslims; Then, U.S. health officials say fatal car crashes involving teen drivers fell by about one-third over five years; Also, Katie Couric speaks with a panel of college students on their feelings going into the 2010 midterm election.
  • 10.20.10
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    Wednesday: Investors and law officials across the nation are questioning the validity of bank foreclosures; Plus, Britain's government outlines massive spending cuts; Plus, an appeals court suspends a ruling that declared "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" unconstitutional.
  • 10.19.10
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    Tuesday: A CBS News poll shows many voters who supported President Obama in 2008 aren't as eager this year; Plus, a new study links hormone replacement therapy to the deadliest cases of breast cancer; And, actor Tom Bosley of "Happy Days" dies at 83-years-old.
  • 10.18.10
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    Monday: Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin joins the Tea Party Express in Nevada to launch a cross-country tour; Also, Facebook acknowledges that its privacy policy had been violated; Plus, politician stimulus hypocrisy exposed.
  • 10.17.10
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    Sunday: President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama campaign together for the first time since 2008; Plus, a Mass of thanksgiving at the San Jose mine in Chile to celebrate the dramatic rescue; And, the U.S. government awards the Bronze Star to an elderly New York City man.
  • 10.15.10
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    Friday: Hidden details from the Chilean miners of their life underground are surfacing; Then, the Senate race in Nevada is showing a dead heat; Also, the real life story behind the film "Conviction."
  • 10.16.10
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    Saturday: Democrats are getting high profile help as the midterm elections draw near; French Muslims protest over a new law barring women from wearing full-face veils; Also, how a homeless man became a successful BBQ restaurant owner in the midst of the economic downturn.
  • 10.14.10
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    Thursday: Less than a day after the last miner was rescued, the 33 men already got a taste of their new lives. Then; Katie Couric traveled to Philadelphia to speak with independent voters who voiced their opinions on American politics. Also; At 80-years-old, Clint Eastwood is releasing "Hereafter," his eighth movie in seven years.moreless
  • 10.13.10
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    Wednesday: A miraculous rescue in San Jose, Chile, as the trapped miners are freed one by one; Plus, An investigation into a foreclosure moratorium; Also, critical Senate races in Missouri and Delaware.
  • 10.12.10
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    Tuesday: The first of the 33 trapped miners in Chile could be on the surface before midnight; Also, a judge's ruling halts "Don't Ask, Don't Tell;" Plus, pumpkin growing in Napa Valley, California.
  • 10.11.10
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    Monday: A key test of the Chile mine rescue capsule is successful; Also, New York's gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino pushes back on homophobic charges; Plus, a story of marriage and sex in Bali.
  • 10.10.10
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    Sunday: The trapped Chilean miners could be pulled to safety by mid-week; Also, North Korea's possible next leader makes a public appearance; Plus, today's special date, 10-10-10, and its special meaning.
  • 10.09.10
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    Saturday: Drillers broke through to the trapped Chilean miners; Also, the California gubernatorial race gets uglier; And fans around the world celebrate what would have been John Lennon's 70th birthday.
  • 10.08.10
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    Friday: U.S. banks place freeze on mortgages throughout the nation; Also, an all-out political brawl heats up in Nevada; And a man faces brain cancer after preventing a disaster.
  • 10.07.10
    Episode 10.07.10
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    Thursday: Reports show the trapped miners in Chile could be pulled to the surface in less than a week; Also, The FAA is proposing mandatory safety upgrades for Medevac flights; Plus; Katie Couric visits Ohio to ask why voters are so dissatisfied in this election year.
  • 10.06.10
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    Wednesday: The Supreme Court hears a free speech case over protesting at military funerals; Also, the U.S. attempts to mend relations with Pakistan; Plus, strong clues into mysterious honeybee die-offs across the country.
  • 10.05.10
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    Tuesday: The first of two suspects in the Ct. home invasion murder trial gets convicted; Also, attempted times square bomber Faisal Shahzad makes a new threat in court; Plus, revolutionizing school cafeterias.
  • 10.04.10
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    Monday: Discovered terror plots lead to heightened travel security around the world; Also, a new vaccine designed to treat brain cancer yields promising results; And, Steve Hartman's "Everybody In The World Has A Story."
  • 10.03.10
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    Sunday: A terror alert in Europe prompts a warning to traveling Americans; Also, Senate candidate Meg Whitman accuses opponent of orchestrating controversy; Plus, a life-saving anniversary gift in Chicago.
  • 10.01.10
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    Friday: The nation reacts after a gay college student kills himself due to online bullying; Also, the NYPD's fight to stop future terror attacks; And, a nun's "American Spirit."
  • 09.30.10
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    Thursday: A teens suicide sparks an investigation linking gay bullying and suicide in the U.S.; Also, a new strain of deadly "Superbug" bacteria are plaguing doctors and patients alike; Plus, actor Tony Curtis remembered.
  • 09.29.10
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    Wednesday: Officials uncovered a massive multi-pronged terror plot across European cities; Also, recent near-disastrous emergency airplane landings have been linked to Bombardier; Plus, lessons learned from Japan.
  • 09.28.10
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    Tuesday: New data indicates widening gap between wealthy and poor in the U.S.; Also, what Americans don't know about religion; And, how to become a "Panda Ambassador."
  • 09.27.10
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    Monday: President Obama calls for education reform; Also, A miracle crash landing caught on tape; Plus, campaign ads reach new levels of nasty; And, "Everybody In The World Has A Story."
  • 09.26.10
    09.26.10
    Episode 20100926
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    Sunday: Ga. Pastor Eddie long faces allegations of sexual abuse; Plus, Democrats say the House will not vote on tax cuts before the election; And, a new treat makes its way to bakeries across the country.
  • 09.25.10
    Episode 09.25.10
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    Saturday: Facebook billionaire Jeff Zuckerberg launches his $100 million donation; Also, the DEA kicks off a new program to prevent prescription drug abuse; And, one family's struggle to find a cure for their son's mystery disease.
  • 09.24.10
    Episode 09.24.10
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    Friday: A war of words erupts between President Obama and President Ahmadinejad; Also, TV's satirical Stephen Colbert testifies on Capitol Hill; And, two unlikely friends keep up an unlikely hobby together.
  • 09.23.10
    Episode 09.23.10
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    Thursday: The first phase of sweeping changes in the country's health care system; Also, the GOP's "Pledge to America" is released in an attempt to sway voters; Plus, an education on education.
  • 09.22.10
    Episode 09.22.10
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    Wednesday: Lawmakers were unwavering during an egg recall hearing; Plus, the GOP attempts to sway voters with a "Pledge to America;" And, CBS Investigates the U.S. food safety system.
  • 09.20.10
    Episode 09.20.10
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    Monday: President Obama downplays the news that the recession is finally over; Plus, Pakistan's Foreign Minister speaks about the humanitarian crisis in his country; And, an Argentine man's teenage struggle.
  • 09.19.10
    Episode 09.19.10
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    Sunday: Freed hiker Sarah Shourd returns to the U.S. after more than a year of imprisonment in Iran; Also, new controversy over a video clip from GOP Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell's past; Plus, canine cops in training.
  • 09.18.10
    09.18.10
    Episode 20100918
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    Saturday: American hiker Sarah Shourd expressed gratitude to Oman before heading home to the U.S.; Also, Sarah Palin delivered a speech in Iowa that left many wondering what she's planning in the future; And, a rare close-up look at blue whales off the coast of California.
  • 09.17.10
    Episode 09.17.10
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    Friday: Rising Republican star Christine O'Donnell accused of criminal misconduct; Also, inside an ambush in Afghanistan; And, what it takes to make the Guiness World Records.
  • 09.14.10
    Episode 09.14.10
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    Tuesday: Freed U.S. hiker Sarah Shourd leaves Iran after 410 days of imprisonment; Plus, a new report shows the Veterans Affairs Dept. was aware of the death benefit profits; And, the status of education in America.
  • 09.13.10
    Episode 09.13.10
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    Monday: CBS News obtained a gas station surveillance video that captures the moment of the Calif. gas explosion; Also, the debate continues over the fracking method of drilling natural gas; Plus, President Obama's plan for the Bush-era tax cuts.
  • 09.12.10
    Episode 09.12.10
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    Sunday: The aftermath of the gas line explosion in San Bruno, Calif.; Plus, New York's controversial Imam on moving the proposed Islamic Center; And, U.S. hiker jailed in Iran Sarah Shourd may soon be released.
  • 09.10.10
    Episode 09.10.10
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    Friday: A deadly gas pipe explosion nearly destroys an entire neighborhood in California; Also, more controversy over Koran burnings planned on 9/11; And, Katie Couric joins rival news anchors to "Stand Up To Cancer."
  • 09.09.10
    Episode 09.09.10
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    Thursday: Rev. Terry Jones suspends plan to burn Korans on September 11th; Also, highway deaths decline to lowest levels in 60 years; And, Katie Couric reports on Stand Up 2 Cancer and the possible cure for pancreatic cancer.
  • 09.08.10
    Episode 09.08.10
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    Wednesday: Public outrage grows over pastor's plans to burn Quran on 9/11; Also, BP shifts blame over oil spill; And, new study finds women turned off by men who can't dance.
  • 09.07.10
    09.07.10
    Episode 20100907
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    Tuesday: Pastor Terry Jones defends his plan to mark the ninth anniversary of 9/11 by burning copies of the Quran; Plus, a wildfire continues to rage outside Boulder, Colo.; And, President Obama's new proposals for the economy.
  • 09.06.10
    09.06.10
    Episode 20100906
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    Monday: President Obama goes on the road this Labor Day to spread his ideas about the economy; Also, A link that once brought Craigslist users to an "adult services" section of the website gets removed; Plus, new research shows a possible cure for peanut allergies.
  • 09.05.10
    Episode 09.05.10
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    Sunday: A massive piece of machinery once attached to an oil well could hold major clues to preventing future spills; Also, the uphill battle for Democrats in the mid-term election; Plus, the Chilean miner rescue effort one month later.
  • 09.04.10
    Episode 09.04.10
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    Saturday: Craigslist drops its "adult services" section amid criticism that the site was a marketplace for prostitution; Also, some employers are desperate for workers, but they're having trouble finding qualified applicants; And, a drilling method called "fracking" is contaminating people's drinking water and dividing rural landowners. .
  • 09.03.10
    Episode 09.03.10
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    Friday: The East Coast faces the wrath of Hurricane Earl; Also, "Where America Stands" on failing infrastructure; And, Steve Hartman's "Everybody In The World Has A Story."
  • 09.02.10
    Episode 09.02.10
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    Thursday: The East Coast braces for Category 4 Hurricane Earl; Also, Israeli and Palestinian leaders promise new discourse during recent peace talks; And, young teens rap to stay out of trouble.
  • 09.01.10
    Episode 09.01.10
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    Wednesday: A gunman is shot and killed by police after taking hostages inside Discovery Channel headquarters; Also, a science journal calls for the recall of a highly-popular drug; And, the youth of Iraq find their voice.
  • 08.31.10
    08.31.10
    Episode 20100831
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    Tuesday: President Obama delivers a prime-time address to the nation and says that U.S. military operations in Iraq; Also, a major Mexican drug lord is arrested; And, paying tribute to the families of soldiers.
  • 08.30.10
    08.30.10
    Episode 08.30.10
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    Monday: Hurricane Earl hits the northeastern Caribbean with winds of 130 mph; Also, two arrests in an possible terror attack dry run; Plus, the man behind the "Ground Zero mosque" speaks out.
  • 08.29.10
    Episode 08.30.10
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    Sunday: Five years after Hurricane Katrina, President Obama visits New Orleans to pay his respects; Plus, dozens of ceremonies help New Orleans locals celebrate their survival; And, workers in Chile prepare to begin drilling an escape shaft for the trapped miners.
  • 08.28.10
    Episode 08.28.10
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    Saturday: Glenn Beck's controversial "Restoring Honor" rally has strong religious overtones and draws thousands to Washington D.C.; Authorities in Mexico discover the worst massacre since 2006; And, speedboarding -- skateboarding on steroids.
  • 08.27.10
    08.27.10
    Episode 20100827
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    Friday: Ben Bernanke says the Federal Reserve will step in to help the U.S. economy; Also, N.J. Gov. Christie's educational blunder; And, remembering Hurricane Katrina, five years later.
  • 08.26.10
    Episode 08.26.10
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    Thursday: A new CBS News poll reveals Americans are pessimistic about future of economy; Also, Katie Couric reports on "The Road Ahead in Afghanistan"; And, replanting seeds of hope in New Orleans.
  • 08.23.10
    08.23.10
    Episode 20100823
    8/23/10
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    Monday: 33 trapped Chilean mine workers still alive after 17-day ordeal; Also, dire flooding crisis escalates in Pakistan; And, remembering CBS News' Harold Dow.
  • 08.22.10
    Episode 08.22.10
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    Sunday: The top general in Iraq says that it's still far too soon to declare mission accomplished; Also, the dueling protests continue over the proposed mosque near Ground Zero; Plus, remembering CBS's Harold Dow.
  • 08.20.10
    08.20.10
    Episode 20100820
    8/20/10
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    Friday: Katie Couric anchors part two of the CBS Evening News' special coverage live from Kabul on "The Road Ahead in Afghanistan" featuring an exclusive sit-down interview with General David Petraeus, the advanced weaponry behind the disposal of IEDs, and the plight of women living in Afghanistan.
  • 08.19.10
    08.19.10
    Episode 20100819
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    Thursday: Katie Couric anchors special coverage live from Kabul on "The Road Ahead in Afghanistan."
  • 08.18.10
    Episode 08.18.10
    8/18/10
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    Wednesday: General Motors announces a major profit turn-around and even plans to start selling stock again; Also, why U.S. high school students aren't making the grade; And, Katie Couric previews coverage from Afghanistan.
  • 08.17.10
    08.17.10
    Episode 20100817
    8/17/10
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    Tuesday: Former Ill. Gov. Rod Blagojevich ruled guilty on one count of lying out of 24 criminal charges; Also, the U.N. and U.S. rush to get aid to Pakistan; Also, the fedora makes a comeback.
  • 08.15.10
    08.15.10
    Episode 20100815
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    Sunday: Eight people were killed when truck plowed into race spectators at track in Calif.'s Mojave Desert; Also, authorities confirm the jailhouse death of the so-called "Craigslist killer" Philip Markoff; Plus, the U.N. secretary general visits Pakistan.
  • 08.14.10
    Episode 08.14.10
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    Saturday: President Obama takes a strong stand on Ground Zero mosque controversy; Also, the Louisiana wetlands -- in crisis long before the BP oil spill; And, ping pong tables all over London.
  • 08.13.10
    08.13.10
    Episode 20100813
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    Friday: Massive floods cause a massive disaster in Pakistan; Also, radio host Dr. Laura uses 'N-word' repeatedly on her show; And, the spicy side of America.
  • 08.11.10
    Episode 08.11.10
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    Wednesday: Dow Jones plunges 265 points amid fears of a double-dip recession; Also, Jet Blue flight attendant embraced for bizarre incident; And, a small-town Jewish community embraces their Muslim mayor.
  • 08.09.10
    Episode 08.09.10
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    Monday: Defense Secretary Gates announces sweeping budget cuts for the Pentagon; Also, a new test for Alzheimer's could provide early detection; And, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
  • 08.08.10
    08.08.10
    Episode 20100808
    8/8/10
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    Sunday: New details on the six Americans who were killed in Afghanistan and their humanitarian effort; Plus, drilling is about to resume on BP's main relief well; Also, a Civil Rights Movement exhibition in N.Y.
  • 08.07.10
    Episode 08.07.10
    8/7/10
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    Saturday: The Taliban claims responsibility for the shooting deaths of ten medical aid workers in Afghanistan; Also, Elena Kagan is sworn in as a Supreme Court Justice; And, the dramatic decline in the number of visually impaired students learning Braille.
  • 08.06.10
    Episode 08.06.10
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    Friday: Unemployment continues to climb while jobs remain hard to find; Also, record-breaking temps scorch regions around the world; And, how a 13-year-old girl draws from "The American Spirit."
  • 08.05.10
    08.05.10
    Episode 20100805
    8/5/10
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    Thursday: Federal prosecutors charge 14 people in the U.S. with supporting Somali terrorists; BP officials say the Gulf of Mexico leak is finally over; And, CBS News' Bob Schieffer's personal battle.
  • 08.04.10
    Episode 08.04.10
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    Wednesday: A Federal judge overturns Proposition 8 in a landmark ruling; Also, an investigation on white supremacists; And, how YouTube became the new platform for fame.
  • 07.31.10
    07.31.10
    Episode 20100731
    7/31/10
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    Saturday: Chelsea Clinton gets married in Rhinebeck, N.Y.; Also, BP said it will scale back clean-up operations in the Gulf; And, a world championship athlete that you've never heard of.
  • 07.30.10
    07.30.10
    Episode 20100730
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    Friday: Economic recovery not as strong as originally thought; Also, military spouses face dread over bad news; And, a farm sanctuary that helps both animals and humans.
  • 07.29.10
    Episode 07.29.10
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    Thursday: The Pentagon says WikiLeaks documents has caused the death of U.S. soldiers; Also, N.Y. Rep. Rangel faces 13 ethics charges; And, a canine in Afghanistan saves life of American troops.
  • 07.28.10
    07.28.10
    Episode 20100728
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    Wednesday: A Federal judge bans controversial measures in Arizona's anti-illegal immigration law; Also, a fallen soldier's benefits lost to insurance; And, Chelsea Clinton's wedding plans.
  • 07.27.10
    07.27.10
    Episode 07.27.10
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    Tuesday: The Pentagon opens an investigation over thousands of leaked documents; Also, illegal immigration stirs up small Neb. town; And, the rice field of dreams.
  • 07.26.10
    07.26.10
    Episode 20100726
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    Evening News Online, 07.26.10 Monday: A website released documents that raise questions about the war in Afghanistan; Also, an exclusive interview with Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad; Plus, BP CEO Tony Hayward to step down.
  • 07.25.10
    Episode 07.25.10
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    Sunday: Reports are surfacing that BP CEO Tony Hayward is to be replaced; Also, the Taliban took blame for killing one of the two missing U.S. sailors and keeping the other hostage; And, one woman's revolutionary mission to ban bottled water in her Massachusetts town.
  • 07.24.10
    07.24.10
    Episode 20100724
    7/24/10
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    Saturday: Oil cleanup is back on track after tropical storm Bonnie stormed through; Also, the small town of Rhinebeck, N.Y. prepares for a big wedding between Chelsea Clinton and her fiance; And, a death row inmate turns appeals his case on YouTube.
  • 07.21.10
    07.21.10
    Episode 20100721
    7/21/10
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    Wednesday: The White House publicly apologizes to Shirley Sharrod over her firing; Also, President Obama signs historic financial law to prevent another collapse; And, the rise of Craigslist.
  • 07.20.10
    Episode 07.20.10
    7/20/10
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    Tuesday: President Obama meets with U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron at the White House; Also, former USDA official claims the White House pressured her to resign; And, the most painful rejection letters.
  • 07.17.10
    07.17.10
    Episode 20100717
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    Saturday: The newest Gulf oil well cap appears to be holding with no signs of new leaks; Also, the heatwave is on across the country making this a record year for high temps; And, a woman auctions off photographs of the Beatles that she took when she was a teenager.
  • 07.15.10
    Episode 07.15.10
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    Thursday: BP finally caps the disastrous oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico; Also, mortgage rates drop to all-time low; And, Japanese female teen masters knuckle ball.
  • 07.14.10
    07.14.10
    Episode 20100714
    7/14/10
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    Wednesday: Katie Couric anchors special coverage live from the site of the disastrous British Petroleum oil spill along the Gulf of Mexico.
  • 07.12.10
    07.12.10
    Episode 20100712
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    Monday: BP officials that well cap could soon stop leak in Gulf of Mexico; Also, controversial diabetes drug Avandia could be pulled off market; And, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
  • 07.11.10
    07.11.10
    Episode 20100711
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    Sunday: Engineers worked to bolt on BP's new 60-ton cap to seal the broken well; Also, the "Barefoot Bandit" was arrested ending his two-year run from the law; Plus, Haiti's progress six months after the earthquake.
  • 07.10.10
    07.10.10
    Episode 20100710
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    Saturday: BP prepares a new containment cap that might contain the entire spill by Monday; Also, questions about the safety of the diabetes drug, Avandia; Plus, Iron Kids -- young triathletes in training.
  • 07.07.10
    07.07.10
    Episode 20100707
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    Wednesday: As the brutal heat continues throughout the Northeast, calls to 911 are soaring along with the temperature; Plus, Katie Couric speaks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
  • 07.06.10
    07.06.10
    Episode 20100706
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    Tuesday: Possible triple-digit temperatures may push power usage to record levels in the Northeast; Plus, on day 78 of the oil spill, tar balls have made it to New Orleans and as far as the Texas coast.
  • 07.05.10
    07.05.10
    Episode 20100705
    7/5/10
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    Monday: A record-breaking heat wave strikes the Northeast; Also, the ripple effect of the BP oil spill; And, how a deaf man from Mexico fulfilled the American Dream.
  • 07.04.10
    Episode 07.04.10
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    Sunday: On this Fourth of July, the thermometer delivered some dangerous news up and down the east coast; Plus, General David Petraeus is taking on what may be the hardest job in the world.
  • 07.03.10
    07.03.10
    Episode 20100703
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    Saturday: The east coast braces for a holiday heatwave that may last for a whole week; Also, small brewers across the country are hitting it big -- even in a recession; And, one artist's tribute to soldiers who bear the scars of war.
  • 07.02.10
    Episode 07.02.10
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    Friday: Widespread unemployment concerns raise more worries for state officials; Also, more evidence emerges in Russian espionage investigation; And, a N.J. native showcases "The American Spirit."
  • 07.01.10
    07.01.10
    Episode 20100701
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    Thursday: Millions of unemployed Americans worry that there benefits may soon expire; Also, a severe tropical storm hinders BP oil spill clean up efforts.
  • 06.30.10
    Episode 06.30.10
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    Wednesday: Tropical storm force winds and heavy rain are severely hindering BP oil spill clean up efforts; Plus, a new 10% tax increase at indoor tanning salons could help reduce cancer among Americans.
  • 06.29.10
    Episode 06.29.10
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    Tuesday: Day 71 of the BP oil spill, as Vice-President Biden tours the disaster zone; Also, 11 Russians accused of spy ring in the U.S.; And, Elena Kagan faces off with GOP Senators.
  • 06.28.10
    Episode 06.28.10
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    Monday: The Supreme Court ruled that gun possession is every American's fundamental right; Plus, the weather is starting to halt relief efforts to clean up the spilled oil.
  • 06.27.10
    06.27.10
    Episode 20100627
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    Sunday: As the Afghan War worsens, there's agreement that Gen. Petraeus is America's best hope; Plus, Senate hearings will soon begin for Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan.
  • 06.26.10
    Episode 06.26.10
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    Saturday: President Obama urged European nations to spend money to avoid a double-dip recession; Also, business owners in the Gulf are concerned about their BP claims being processed; Finally, a 96-year-old dancer is still performing on the stages of the American Ballet Theatre.
  • 06.25.10
    Episode 06.25.10
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    Friday: A massive hurricane threatens clean-up efforts for the BP oil spill; Also, inside Congress' family connections to lobbyists.
  • 06.24.10
    06.24.10
    Episode 20100624
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    Thursday: Inside the road ahead for the war in Afghanistan as Gen. Petraeus prepares to replace Gen. McChrystal after a scandal; Also, "Children of the Recession," one year later.
  • 06.22.10
    06.22.10
    Episode 20100622
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    Tuesday: Gen. McChrystal and his aides had some choice words for a number of admin. officials; Plus, the focus of the Gulf disaster has been on oil above water, but there's a hidden danger below the surface.
  • 06.20.10
    Episode 06.20.10
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    Sunday: The oil leak estimates have constantly changed but a new internal BP document shows the worst-case number could be 100,000 barrels; Plus, the race is on to create an energy-efficient replacement to the incandescent light bulb.
  • 06.19.10
    06.19.10
    Episode 20100619
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    Saturday: BP CEO Tony Hayward attends a yacht race while oil continues to leak in the Gulf; Also, more on how unknown candidate Alvin Greene won the Democratic nomination for Senate in South Carolina; And, how "angels" help drivers from getting parking tickets.
  • 06.17.10
    Episode 06.17.10
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    Thursday: Congress gets outraged over BP CEO Tony Hayward; Also, a CBS News Exclusive report on a Colombian drug cartel raid; And, a D.C. charter school defies the odds.
  • 06.13.10
    06.13.10
    Episode 20100613
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    Sunday: Damage undersea from the oil spill is just as bad as the oil-stained coastlines; Plus, a new crop of real estate investors is buying up foreclosed and distressed properties at bargain prices.
  • 06.12.10
    06.12.10
    Episode 20100612
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    Saturday: Rescuers searched for survivors in the Arkansas flash flood; Also, Day 54 of the oil spill and oil is washing up on Alabama shores in greater amounts; And, World Cup showdown -- U.S. vs. U.K.
  • 06.11.10
    06.11.10
    Episode 20100611
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    Friday: A flash flood leaves at least 20 dead in Arkansas; Also, global spotlight on the 2010 World Cup; And, a new sexual arousal pill proposed for women.
  • 06.10.10
    06.10.10
    Episode 20100610
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    Thursday: As the disaster in the gulf continues, President Obama visits families affected; Plus, there's already debate over the ball being used in the World Cup.
  • 06.08.10
    Episode 06.08.10
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    Tuesday: 50 days into the oil spill, environmentalists are dealing with its tragic impact on the natural wildlife in the region; Plus, Joran van der Sloot told authorities in Peru that he murdered 21-year-old Stephany Flores.
  • 06.07.10
    06.07.10
    Episode 20100607
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    Monday: The massive BP oil spill now threatens the beaches of Florida; Also, legendary journalist Helen Thomas retires after controversial comments on Israel; And, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
  • 06.05.10
    Episode 06.05.10
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    Saturday: Wildlife continues to be threatened, but there is slight progress in containing the spewing oil; Also, a promising new treatment for melanoma; And, remembering coaching legend, John Wooden.
  • 06.04.10
    06.04.10
    Episode 20100604
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    Friday: Day 46 of the British Petroleum oil spill and still no end in sight; Also, American teens struggle to find summer jobs; And, has the tea party become a problem for the GOP?
  • 06.03.10
    06.03.10
    Episode 20100603
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    Thursday: Oil has smeared more than 140 miles of Louisiana's coastline as wildlife appears covered in oil; Plus, Supreme Court Nominee Elena Kagan has never been a judge, but it turns out she has left a paper trail.
  • 06.02.10
    Episode 06.02.10
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    Wednesday: BP's latest attempt to contain the oil spill has hit a new snag and the oil is spreading ever closer to Florida; Plus, During a peace conference in Afghanistan, the Taliban tried, but failed, to sabotage the meeting.
  • 06.01.10
    Episode 06.01.10
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    Tuesday: Government prosecutors have opened criminal and civil investigations into the nation's worst oil spill; Plus, After 40 years of marriage, Al and Tipper Gore decided to separate.
  • 05.31.10
    Episode 05.31.10
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    Monday: Global outrage sparked by Israeli attack on relief flotilla to Gaza; Also, inside the infamous "Thundering Third" Marines infantry; And, wounded amputees find solace on Memorial Day.
  • 05.28.10
    05.28.10
    Episode 20100528
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    Friday: President Obama tours the worst oil spill in U.S. history; Also, "Where America Stands" on the alarming high school drop out rate; And, summer air fare soars.
  • 05.26.10
    Episode 05.26.10
    5/26/10
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    Wednesday: After 37 days of oil spilling into the Gulf, BP hopes that its Top Kill procedure will finally contain the leak; Plus, there is a promising new therapy for pediatric brain tumors
  • 05.23.10
    05.23.10
    Episode 20100523
    5/23/10
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    Sunday:Interior secretary Ken Salazar accuses BP of missing deadline after deadline to stop the leak; also a new terror threat from an American born radical cleric; and the last chance for troubled orphans from Russia.
  • 05.22.10
    05.22.10
    Episode 20100522
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    Saturday: Estimates of the Gulf oil spill continue to soar along with criticism of the government's response; Also, the mothers of three imprisoned hikers are back home tonight -- without their children; And, the best bet for the worst job market in generations: video games.
  • 05.21.10
    05.21.10
    Episode 20100521
    5/21/10
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    Friday: Crude oil reaches the shores of Louisiana's coastline, threatening wildlife and businesses; Also, U.S. forces prepare for an assault against the Taliban; And, a medical breakthrough for artificial hearts.
  • 05.19.10
    05.19.10
    Episode 20100519
    5/19/10
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    Wednesday: Outrage over BP's failure to control an oil leak spill; Also, the Taliban attacks the U.S. Bagram Air Force Base in Afghanistan; And, "Children of the Recession" face hunger.
  • 05.18.10
    05.18.10
    Episode 20100518
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    Tuesday: CBS News uncovers BP video footage detailing their failure at stopping an oil leak; Also, alleged Times Square bomber reveals other targets; And, star Jane Lynch is filled with "Glee."
  • 05.16.10
    05.16.10
    Episode 20100516
    5/16/10
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    Sunday: If Elena Kagan does end up in the U.S. Supreme Court, she'll find that she has a lot on common with three of her new colleagues; Plus, High-profile incumbents seeking re-election this year are facing some uphill fights at the polls.
  • 05.15.10
    Episode 05.15.10
    5/15/10
    0.0
    Saturday: B.P. makes another attempt to stop the oil leakage in the Gulf; Plus, more than 20 dead and scores wounded in Thai protests; And, a legendary jam session with is recreated on Broadway.
  • 05.12.10
    Episode 05.12.10
    5/12/10
    0.0
    Wednesday: A 23-year-old Iraq soldier lost all four limbs and survived after his vehicle tripped a roadside bomb; Plus, President Obama warned of "hard fighting" in the months ahead in Afghanistan, which would mean more casualties.
  • 05.11.10
    Episode 05.11.10
    5/11/10
    0.0
    Tuesday: BP executives apologize during Senate hearings over Gulf of Mexico oil spill; Also, DNA tests go home; And, Katie Couric meets families on loan for "Children of the Recession."
  • 05.10.10
    05.10.10
    Episode 20100510
    5/10/10
    0.0
    Monday: Solicitor General Elena Kagan is President Obama's pick for the Supreme Court; Plus, A woman plummeted to the ground when her parachute failed to deploy, but was saved by a courageous stranger.
  • 05.08.10
    05.08.10
    Episode 20100508
    5/8/10
    0.0
    Saturday: The containment dome put in place to cap the oil spill had to be removed; Also, following the trail of terror to Pakistan; And, electric cars are on the rise.
  • 05.07.10
    Episode 05.07.10
    5/7/10
    0.0
    Friday: Wall Street tries to regain normalcy after an unprecedented 1,000 point sell off; Also, the contraceptive pill turns 50-years-old; And, a new documentary explores the first year of life.
  • 05.05.10
    Episode 05.05.10
    5/5/10
    0.0
    Wednesday: A look at the steps taken by U.S. officials in arresting Times Square bombing suspect; Plus, A massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico now poises a severe threat to several species of sharks in the region.
  • 05.03.10
    05.03.10
    Episode 20100503
    5/3/10
    0.0
    Monday: Investigators are zeroing in on a man who bought the car that was left in Times Square laden with explosives; Plus, BP officials say that it will take another week to turn off the oil spill.
  • 05.02.10
    Episode 05.02.10
    5/2/10
    0.0
    Sunday: NYC police and FBI agents are rounding up security tapes that may hold clues to in the attempted car bombing; Plus, Obama recently visited the Louisiana coast for a first hand look at the widening oil spill disaster in the Gulf.
  • 04.30.10
    04.30.10
    Episode 20100430
    4/30/10
    0.0
    Friday: The U.S. and British Petroleum desperately try to clean up one of the worst oil spills in American history; Also, poll indicates most Arizonians support illegal immigration law; And, driving without a driver.
  • 04.29.10
    Episode 04.29.10
    4/29/10
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    Thursday: A massive oil rig spill threatens wildlife off the Gulf of Mexico; Also, the FDA approves a new cancer vaccine; And, President Obama honors late civil rights activist Dorothy Height.
  • 04.28.10
    Episode 04.28.10
    4/28/10
    0.0
    Wednesday: Many Americans have strongly criticized a contentious new law in Ariz. which permits police officers to ask individuals for proof of citizenship; Plus, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown made an off-the-cuff remark when calling a campaigner a "bigoted woman".
  • 04.26.10
    04.26.10
    Episode 20100426
    4/26/10
    0.0
    Monday: An explosive bipartisan battle emerges in Washington over health care reform; Also, fears of racism in Ariz. over a new law which targets illegal immigrants; And, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
  • 04.25.10
    04.25.10
    Episode 20100425
    4/25/10
    0.0
    Sunday: After a deadly tornado tore across Yazoo City, Miss., Emergency crews sort through the rubble; Plus, when it comes to financial regulation, both sides insist they are inches, not miles apart.
  • 04.23.10
    04.23.10
    Episode 20100423
    4/23/10
    0.0
    Friday: Ariz. Gov. Jan Brewer signs a controversial illegal immigration law; Also, Katie Couric returns to Haiti; And, YouTube turns 5-years-old.
  • 04.20.10
    04.20.10
    Episode 20100420
    4/20/10
    0.0
    Tuesday: Katie Couric returns to Haiti and notes that it has been difficult to enforce security and infrastructure; Plus, The amount of text messages sent by teens in the US has risen to surprising levels.
  • 04.19.10
    04.19.10
    Episode 20100419
    4/19/10
    0.0
    Monday: A new plan is now under way in the hopes of restoring the airline industry back to normal; Plus, A mentally-disabled man in Brooklyn stands out as a top employee.
  • 04.17.10
    Episode 04.17.10
    4/17/10
    0.0
    Saturday: 17,000 flights are canceled and millions of travelers affected as Icelandic volcano continues to spew clouds of ash with no let-up in sight; Plus,Were Goldman's mortgage securities designed to deceive?
  • 04.16.10
    04.16.10
    Episode 20100416
    4/16/10
    0.0
    Friday: The SEC sues Wall Street giant Goldman Sachs alleging investment fraud; Also, European travel chaos over volcano ash; And, Katie Couric visits a Chicago home filled with "The American Spirit."
  • 04.15.10
    04.15.10
    Episode 20100415
    4/15/10
    0.0
    Thursday: Volcano ash shuts down U.K. airports and causes global travel chaos; Also, Pope Benedict XVI calls for Church penance due to mass sex scandal; And, Katie Couric returns to devastation in Haiti.
  • 04.14.10
    04.14.10
    Episode 20100414
    4/14/10
    0.0
    Wednesday: First Lady Michelle Obama went visited Mexico City, speaking to students and discussing some serious issues; Plus, in the lucky town that gets Google fiber, the Internet will be 100 times faster than today's.
  • 04.10.10
    04.10.10
    Episode 20100410
    4/10/10
    0.0
    Saturday: People of Poland are in mourning after a plane crash in Russia killed their President and 96 others; Plus, The child abuse scandal in the Catholic church is drawing ever closer to Pope Benedict himself.
  • 04.09.10
    04.09.10
    Episode 20100409
    4/9/10
    0.0
    Friday: Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens announces that he will resign; Also, an American woman gives her adopted son back to Russia.
  • 04.08.10
    04.08.10
    Episode 20100408
    4/8/10
    0.0
    Thursday: A diplomat from Qatar provokes a U.S. terror panic while smoking on airplane; Also, "Where America Stands" as a global super-power; And, a violin prodigy raises funds for Haiti.
  • 04.06.10
    04.06.10
    Episode 20100406
    4/6/10
    0.0
    Tuesday: Harry Smith anchors a special edition of "The CBS Evening News" from the site of a West Virginia mine explosion which killed 25 miners.
  • 04.04.10
    Episode 04.04.10
    4/4/10
    0.0
    Sunday: For Catholics, celebrating Easter was a bittersweet occasion due to the latest revelations of sex abuse by priests. Plus, Several police departments are testing a new technology that puts cameras on the heads of police officers.
  • 04.02.10
    04.02.10
    Episode 20100402
    4/2/10
    0.0
    Friday: U.S. security officials modify terror screening procedures; Also, inside Apple's new iPad; And, "Dynasty" actor John Forsythe dies at 92.
  • 04.01.10
    04.01.10
    Episode 20100401
    4/1/10
    0.0
    Thursday: The struggling car industry finally gets a jump start; Also, the ugly world of political ads goes virtual; And, recent teen suicides turn spotlight on bullying epidemic.
  • 03.30.10
    Episode 03.30.10
    3/30/10
    0.0
    Tuesday: The FBI says they've stopped an imminent threat after an alleged plot to ambush police officers; Plus, A nearly $2,000 charge at a topless dancer club has caused a major shakeup.
  • 03.29.10
    Episode 03.29.10
    3/29/10
    0.0
    Monday: Female suicide bombers attacked two subway stations, killing almost 40 people and wounding 60; Plus, Steve Hartman profiles a man with micro-nostalgia.
  • 03.28.10
    Episode 03.28.10
    3/28/10
    0.0
    Sunday: President Obama paid a surprise visit to Afghanistan, commending the troops for recent military progress against the Taliban; Plus, The Grateful Dead's success is being studied in schools.
  • 03.25.10
    Episode 03.25.10
    3/25/10
    0.0
    Thursday: Catholic sex abuse victims strongly criticize Pope Benedict's behavior towards the scandal; Also, more acts of violence towards congressional Democrats; And, bees mysteriously dying in large amounts.
  • 03.19.10
    03.19.10
    Episode 20100319
    3/19/10
    0.0
    Friday: Support for health care reform gains momentum nationwide; Also, Pope Benedict XVI faces global criticism over the Catholic Church sex scandal; And, Katie Couric interviews Rahm Emanuel.
  • 03.18.10
    03.18.10
    Episode 20100318
    3/18/10
    0.0
    Thursday: The House of Representatives will soon vote on health care reform; Also, the new eco-friendly, "green," black market; And, a 22-year-old woman breaks records sailing across the Atlantic.
  • 03.17.10
    Episode 03.17.10
    3/17/10
    0.0
    Wednesday: President Obama pushes still-undecided congressional Democrats for health reform; Also, CBS News revisits a town ravaged by the recession; And, Pope Benedict XVI faces criticism over Catholic Church sex scandal.
  • 03.16.10
    03.16.10
    Episode 20100316
    3/16/10
    0.0
    Tuesday: After years of research and billions of dollars spent, stem cell research is promising, but how close are we?; Plus, A man's daughter was raped and murdered and now he helps women fight back.
  • 03.15.10
    03.15.10
    Episode 20100315
    3/15/10
    0.0
    Monday: Congress is working on piece of legislation to overhaul the financial system; Plus, Toyota engineers are questioning the validity of a Calif. man's claims to have lost control of his Prius.
  • 03.14.10
    03.14.10
    Episode 20100314
    3/14/10
    0.0
    Sunday: Huge rain storms have pounded half the U.S. with powerful winds and rain leaving floods and downed trees; Plus, after a year of work, the White House says the final battle for a bill is just days away.
  • 03.13.10
    03.13.10
    Episode 20100313
    3/13/10
    0.0
    Saturday: A Colorado woman is being held in connection with an alleged terrorist plot to kill a controversial cartoonist; Plus, Court expresses sympathy but says additive thimerosal doesn't cause illness.
  • 03.11.10
    03.11.10
    Episode 20100311
    3/11/10
    0.0
    Thursday: Traffic fatalities drop to the lowest level since 1954; Also, schools face budget deficits nationwide; And, a Calif. man gets creative with tulips.
  • 03.10.10
    03.10.10
    Episode 20100310
    3/10/10
    0.0
    Wednesday: A new approach is aimed toward getting U.S students back in the front of the international class; Plus, Officials have arrested an American woman, Colleen LaRose, who is accused of planning jihadist plots.
  • 03.08.10
    Episode 03.08.10
    3/8/10
    0.0
    Monday: A CBS News correspondent shares his personal bond with a troubled youth who found a new life in the Marines; Plus, Lawmakers nationwide are considering a tax on soft drinks to help curb adult intake.
  • 03.06.10
    Episode 03.06.10
    3/6/10
    0.0
    Saturday: A top Taliban commander has been reportedly killed by an airstrike in Pakistan; Plus, As violence continues in Iraq before the elections, many women are hitting the campaign trail.
  • 03.04.10
    03.04.10
    Episode 20100304
    3/4/10
    0.0
    Thursday: An exclusive tour of the new TSA full body airport scanners; Also, an investigative report on Cleveland Police's handling of an infamous serial killer; And, an L.A. teacher stands and delivers.
  • 03.03.10
    03.03.10
    Episode 20100303
    3/3/10
    0.0
    Wednesday: President Obama wants Congress to say yes or no to Health Care Reform with just "a simple majority."; Plus, The FAA is investigating how a child directed air traffic at JFK airport.
  • 03.02.10
    03.02.10
    Episode 20100302
    3/2/10
    0.0
    Tuesday: As relief supplies finally arrived in Chile, desperate victims complained the government's response was inept; Plus, the postal service is in big trouble as mail volume continues to drop due to Internet competition.
  • 02.28.10
    02.28.10
    Episode 20100228
    2/28/10
    0.0
    Sunday: The death toll in Chile continues to rise after a massive earthquake that left thousands there homeless; Plus, Internationally, Toyota's image may have lost some of its luster, but Prius sales have surged in Japan.
  • 02.26.10
    Episode 02.26.10
    2/26/10
    0.0
    Friday: Another massive snow storm causes havoc in the Northeast; Also, New York Governor David Paterson announces that he will not campaign to retain his position; And, wounded veterans fight for treatment back home.
  • 02.25.10
    02.25.10
    Episode 20100225
    2/25/10
    0.0
    Thursday: Congressional Democrats and Republicans met with President Obama to share their viewpoints on healthcare reform; and what drove a killer whale to turn on its trainer?
  • 02.24.10
    02.24.10
    Episode 20100224
    2/24/10
    0.0
    Wednesday: Two women have turned stylish handbags into a necessity in the struggle to feed the world's hungry children; Plus, A killer whale attacks and kills a trainer at Sea World.
  • 02.23.10
    Episode 02.23.10
    2/23/10
    0.0
    Tuesday: A 101-year-old man is about to lose one of his closest friends: an elm tree named Herbie; Plus, in southern Afghanistan, American forces are close to retaking Marjah from the Taliban.
  • 02.22.10
    02.22.10
    Episode 20100222
    2/22/10
    0.0
    Monday: Sweeping new credit card regulations are creating new problems with consumers and credit card companies; Plus, Obama's new health care plan would extend coverage to 31 Million Americans.
  • 02.21.10
    02.21.10
    Episode 20100221
    2/21/10
    0.0
    Sunday: The Senate is soon expected to take a key vote to gauge support for a jobs bill and Health Reform; Plus, sweeping new reforms for the credit card industry will soon go into effect.
  • 02.20.10
    Episode 02.20.10
    2/20/10
    0.0
    Saturday: A new Senate report blames the diabetes drug Avandia for thousands of heart attacks; Plus, the NATO offensive against Taliban forces in Afghanistan is entering its second week.
  • 02.19.10
    02.19.10
    Episode 20100219
    2/19/10
    0.0
    Friday: Tiger Woods speaks publicly, apologizing for the first time since the start of his infamous sex scandal; Also, U.S. forces increase fighting in Marjah; And, a school comes under fire for cyber-spying.
  • 02.16.10
    02.16.10
    Episode 20100216
    2/16/10
    0.0
    Tuesday: A doctor is recognized by the Guinness book of world records, for having the most yo-yos in the world; Plus, The top military commander for the Taliban in Afghanistan has been captured.
  • 02.15.10
    02.15.10
    Episode 20100215
    2/15/10
    0.0
    Monday: Questions are being raised about the legitimacy of Ethiopian adoptions after a girl claims a U.S. agency bought her in Ethiopia; Plus, pockets of resistance are being cleared out in the city of Marjah, Afghanistan.
  • 02.14.10
    02.14.10
    Episode 20100214
    2/14/10
    0.0
    Sunday: The attack on a Taliban stronghold in Afghanistan continues ; Plus, Vice Presidents past and present aired their differences during separate talk show appearances.
  • 02.13.10
    Episode 02.13.10
    2/13/10
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    Saturday: Officials have shortened the Olympic luge course after the deadly accident; Plus, Michigan, which used to be known for making cars, is luring moviemakers with generous rebates.
  • 02.12.10
    02.12.10
    Episode 20100212
    2/12/10
    0.0
    Friday: An athlete dies while training for the upcoming Winter Olympics; Also, Dallas, Texas receives over a foot of snow; And, a Cleveland educator shows troubled students his "American Spirit."
  • 02.10.10
    02.10.10
    Episode 20100210
    2/10/10
    0.0
    Wednesday: Another massive snow storm causes school and government closings throughout the East Coast; Also, inside America's antibiotic use with animals; And, three unlikely movie stars.
  • 02.09.10
    02.09.10
    Episode 20100209
    2/9/10
    0.0
    Tuesday: Another massive snow storm causes school closures and government deficits along the East Coast; Also, why animal antibiotics may sicken humans; And, Michelle Obama's fight to end childhood obesity.
  • 02.08.10
    02.08.10
    Episode 20100208
    2/8/10
    0.0
    Monday: In the Mideast country of Oman, a poor man became rich from organizing a labor strike at an oil company; Plus, studies show that older parents are more likely to have autistic children.
  • 02.06.10
    02.06.10
    Episode 20100206
    2/6/10
    0.0
    Saturday: Some ad companies are looking to their fans for creative help for Super Bowl commercials; Plus, an epic winter storm is heading out to sea after dumping snow across the Mid-Atlantic region.
  • 02.05.10
    02.05.10
    Episode 20100205
    2/5/10
    0.0
    Friday: The national unemployment rate drops to 9.7 percent; Also, a GOP senator single-handily stops Pres. Obama's appointees; And, an inside look at Super Bowl XLIV
  • 02.04.10
    02.04.10
    Episode 20100204
    2/4/10
    0.0
    Thursday: Calls for Toyota to recall yet another model, the popular hybrid Prius; Also, an exclusive investigation concerning alleged U.S. air marshal misconduct; And, a massive panda returns to China.
  • 02.03.10
    Episode 02.03.10
    2/3/10
    0.0
    Wednesday: The U.S. Treasury causes a near-panic for Toyota consumers nationwide; Also, reported child abuse cases decrease; And, Miami officials intensify security in preparation for Super Bowl XLIV.
  • 02.02.10
    02.02.10
    Episode 20100202
    2/2/10
    0.0
    Tuesday: Christmas Day bombing suspect Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab breaks silence, prompting fears of an imminent terror attack in the U.S.; Also, Toyota faces massive fallout over recall; Plus, "Where America Stands" on housing.
  • 02.01.10
    02.01.10
    Episode 20100201
    2/1/10
    0.0
    Monday: A CBS News exclusive report over alleged U.S. air marshall mistreatment and corruption; Also, the anniversary of a historic civil rights achievement; And, Steve Hartman learns in Latvia that "Everyone Has A Story."
  • 01.31.10
    01.31.10
    Episode 20100131
    1/31/10
    0.0
    Sunday: Ten American church members are being held for possible child trafficking; Plus, Toyota has temporarily shut down most of its U.S. plants as they rush to fix the sticky accelerator pedals.
  • 01.30.10
    01.30.10
    Episode 20100130
    1/30/10
    0.0
    Saturday: Tens of thousands of residents in the southeast lack power as a southern storm continues to spread; Plus, Slowly and steadily, Haiti is struggling back to everyday life.
  • 01.29.10
    01.29.10
    Episode 20100129
    1/29/10
    0.0
    Friday: President Obama holds a tense meeting with opposing Republican lawmakers; Also, the financial market reports a surge, but will it last? And, debate over holding 9/11 trials in New York City.
  • 01.28.10
    01.28.10
    Episode 20100128
    1/28/10
    0.0
    Thursday: President Obama proposes a whole new stimulus, this time, with the hopes of job creation; Also, "The Catcher in the Rye" author J.D. Salinger dies at 91; And, "Where America Stands" on cancer.
  • 01.27.10
    01.27.10
    Episode 20100127
    1/27/10
    0.0
    Wednesday: President Obama delivers his first State of the Union address to Congress; Also, Apple unveils the innovative iPad; And, an Alabama student uses the "American Spirit" and collects shoes for Haiti relief.
  • 01.26.10
    01.26.10
    Episode 20100126
    1/26/10
    0.0
    Tuesday: Toyota announces a massive recall of its cars amid reports of defective accelerator pedals; Also, "Where America Stands" on terrorism; And, James Cameron's "Avatar" smashes box office records, including "Titanic."
  • 01.25.10
    01.25.10
    Episode 20100125
    1/25/10
    0.0
    Monday: President Obama is trying desperately to win back struggling middle class Americans in a critical election year; Plus, Steve Hartman tells us the story of a 78-Year old blind man feels his way to work every day.
  • 01.22.10
    Episode 01.22.10
    1/22/10
    0.0
    Friday: President Obama revisits an Ohio town; Also, miracle rescues continue ten days after a devastating earthquake in Haiti; And, a Haitian-American displays the "American Spirit."
  • 01.21.10
    Episode 01.21.10
    1/21/10
    0.0
    Thursday: President Obama announces new sweeping regulations for Wall Street; Also, John Edwards admits to fathering child out of wedlock; And, Katie Couric visits two survivors of the Haitian disaster.
  • 01.19.10
    01.19.10
    Episode 20100119
    1/19/10
    0.0
    Tuesday: A tight race for a critical U.S. Senate seat in Massachusetts; Also, the chaos continues in Haiti, now a virtual disaster zone in many areas; And, many women now earning more than their male spouses.
  • 01.17.10
    Episode 01.17.10
    1/17/10
    0.0
    Sunday: With so many deaths of Haitian adults, the number of orphans has reached more than a million; Plus, President Obama joined the battle to help the Democrats save the Massachusetts Senate seat at risk in a special election.
  • 01.16.10
    01.16.10
    Episode 20100116
    1/16/10
    0.0
    Saturday: Tons of relief supplies have arrived and the search continues for victims under the rubble of Haiti; Plus, organized efforts to help Haiti have brought in millions of dollars in cash, food, water and medicine.
  • 01.14.10
    01.14.10
    Episode 20100114
    1/14/10
    0.0
    Thursday: A special extended version of the "CBS Evening News" with exclusive coverage from the disaster area in Haiti, as survivors struggle in the aftermath of a massive earthquake.
  • 01.12.10
    01.12.10
    Episode 20100112
    1/12/10
    0.0
    Tuesday: A deadly earthquake strikes Haiti, causing severe devastation; Also, TV late-night host Conan O'Brien defies his network NBC; And, "Where America Stands" in the fight against Alzheimer's.
  • 01.11.10
    01.11.10
    Episode 20100111
    1/11/10
    0.0
    Monday: Sen. Harry Reid faces criticism over racial remarks about President Obama; Also, MLB legend Mark McGwire admits to steroid use; And, Steve Hartman re-discovers that "Everyone Has A Story."
  • 01.09.10
    01.09.10
    Episode 20100109
    1/9/10
    0.0
    Saturday: Despite a decade marked by a number of food safety scares, most Americans are somewhat confident in what they eat; Plus, Dashboard display screens are becoming a dangerous distraction to many drivers.
  • 01.08.10
    01.08.10
    Episode 20100108
    1/8/10
    0.0
    Friday: Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab faces 6 federal charges over the attempted Christmas Day bombing; Also, "Where America Stands" on the potential water crisis; And, TV host Jay Leno's fate uncertain.
  • 01.05.10
    Episode 01.05.10
    1/5/10
    0.0
    Tuesday: Some of the hardest hit victims of the bad economy are abandoned animals whose owners have given them up; Plus, there are several fields where economic growth could occur during this new decade.
  • 01.04.10
    01.04.10
    Episode 20100104
    1/4/10
    0.0
    Monday: New international airport security screenings in the wake of the failed Northwest Flight 253 terrorist bombing; Also, a new series examines "Where America Stands."
  • 01.02.10
    01.02.10
    Episode 20100102
    1/2/10
    0.0
    Saturday: For the first time, President Obama linked the accused Christmas day airline bomber to al Qaeda in Yemen; Plus, Could Switzerland's health care be a model for America?
  • 01.01.10
    01.01.10
    Episode 20100101
    1/1/10
    0.0
    Friday: A bombing at a Pakistani volleyball tournament leaves dozens of athletes and spectators dead; A new year brings many new laws for parts of the nation; And, one farmer regains his "American Spirit."
  • 12/26/10
    0.0
    American veterans of Iraq or Afghanistan who were forced to serve extra time in war zones as part of the "stop-loss" program are eligible for special pay from the government, but fewer than half have applied. Byron Pitts reports.
  • 12/22/10
    0.0
    Despite breaking records across the board, female athletes still feel they are not getting the recognition they deserve. Seth Doane reports on basketball's unsung heroes.
  • Colin Firth on King George XI Role
    11/26/10
    0.0
    As fascination over Britain's royal family grows, Actor Colin Firth speaks to Katie Couric about his new role as Prince William's great grandfather, King George XI, in the movie "The King's Speech."
  • 11/26/10
    0.0
    A New Program called "Learning by Living" is giving medical students considering a specialty in geriatrics a chance to live on the other side. Jim Axelrod reports on the one-of-a kind classroom.
  • Yemen: New Home of Al-Qaeda
    10/30/10
    0.0
    Lawless territories and political instability are allowing al-Qaeda to thrive in Yemen. Mark Phillips reports.
  • 10/8/10
    0.0
    An all-out war of words continues in Nevada, as Democratic Sen. Harry Reid fights for his congressional seat in a highly contested race against Tea Party candidate Sharon Angle. Ben Tracy reports from Las Vegas.
  • 9/30/10
    0.0
    Richard Schlesinger chronicles "The Flintstones," the iconic animated television series about a stone-aged family which is celebrating its 50-year anniversary.
  • 9/26/10
    0.0
    Russ Mitchell speaks to Rebecca Traister, author of "Big Girls Don't Cry," about the campaigns and media coverage of Hillary Clinton and Sarah Palin.
  • 9/21/10
    0.0
    Tuesday: The Senate repeals a proposed ban on "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy; Also, Katie Couric speaks with former President Bill Clinton; And, attack of the bed bugs.
  • 9/18/10
    0.0
    "Three Cups of Tea," a book detailing village customs and traditions in Afghanistan is now mandatory reading among American military commanders. Jeff Glor reports.
  • Evening News Online, 09/15/10
    9/15/10
    0.0
    Wednesday: Christine O'Donnell became the seventh Tea Party affiliated candidate to win in the Senate primaries; Also, President Obama's approval ratings; Plus, competitive bird-watching in Texas.
  • Poll: Presidency, Economy Assessed
    9/15/10
    0.0
    As part of our continuing series, "Where America Stands," Dean Reynolds reports on the nation's assessment of President Obama's presidency and the economy.
  • Obama Urges Tolerance on 9/11
    9/11/10
    0.0
    President Obama spent 9/11 at a Pentagon ceremony and urged Americans to remain "a diverse and tolerant nation." Whit Johnson reports.
  • Cruise Ship Nightmare
    Episode 0907
    9/7/10
    0.0
    Recently surfaced video shows a cruise ship during a 2008 South Pacific storm, an experience one passenger likened to a disaster movie.
  • 9/6/10
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    Government officials in Kabul are trying to ease a crisis in Afghanistan's biggest bank. Mandy Clark reports President Hamid Karzai's family and political partners are reportedly seen as the root of the problem.
  • Fears over Hurricane Earl
    8/31/10
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    Powerful Category 4 Hurricane Earl has been wreaking havoc across islands in the Atlantic Ocean. Now, Don Teague reports that the U.S. East Coast is now at risk of the storm's wrath.
  • 8/31/10
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    Across the country home prices are up nearly 7% from the lows in 2009. As Anthony Mason reports, some economists believe the housing market may still be on shaky ground.
  • New Orleans Celebrates Katrina Survival
    8/29/10
    0.0
    Five years after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, locals tried to bury their despair and celebrate their survival. Mark Strassmann reports that it'll take more than a mock funeral to rid New Orleans of the ghosts of Katrina.
  • 5 Years Later: Reflections on Katrina
    8/27/10
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    Harry Smith reflects on how much the Gulf Coast has come back from Hurricane Katrina's destruction by looking back five years at how much damage was done.
  • 8/27/10
    0.0
    In a speech closely watched by Wall Street, Chairman Ben Bernanke acknowledged that economic recovery is slowing and pledged the Federal Reserve is ready to act if the economy stalls. Anthony Mason reports.
  • 8/23/10
    0.0
    A federal judge has issued a temporary halt on the U.S. funding of stem cell research, citing legal restrictions on the destruction of human embryos. Wyatt Andrews reports.
  • 8/21/10
    0.0
    Saturday: More egg recalls are expected as nearly two thousand Americans sickened with salmonella; Also, some claimants are very unhappy with BP over how damages are assessed; And, Jeff Glor looks at the speed demons of drag boating.
  • 8/20/10
    0.0
    Many foreign policy experts believe the only way to end the war in Afghanistan is by negotiating with the enemy. Katie Couric spoke with Gen. David Petraeus on if the U.S. would be willing to do that.
  • Notebook: Internet Addicts
    8/19/10
    0.0
    Katie Couric discusses addiction to social networking websites like Facebook and Twitter. Couric comments that counting sheep is fine if you can't sleep, as long as they're not from Farmville.
  • 8/19/10
    0.0
    Egg producers have expanded a health recall to some 380 million eggs that were shipped to 17 states beginning in May before being distributed nationwide. Bill Whitaker reports on this largest salmonella outbreak from eggs.
  • 8/17/10
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    The World Bank released $900 million dollars in flood relief for Pakistan. The U.S. is also rushing to help, both for humanitarian as well as strategic reasons. Richard Roth reports.
  • Off-Road Crash Driver Won't Be Charged
    8/16/10
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    Investigators continue to probe how an off-road truck racing in California's Mojave Desert lost control and hit a group of spectators. As Bill Whitaker reports, police say driver Brett Sloppy won't be charged.
  • Obama's Mosque Support Uproar
    8/16/10
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    A political firestorm has erupted over controversial comments President Obama delivered in support of a planned mosque to be built near Ground Zero. Chip Reid reports on the controversy.
  • 8/15/10
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    For some farmers and consumers, this summer's high temperatures come with a silver lining. As Michelle Miller reports, just about every crop from peaches to corn should taste better.
  • 8/13/10
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    The McCormick Spice company reports that people consume almost a billion pounds of spices a year. Richard Schlesinger reports on how an ethnically diverse culture contributes to changing taste buds and the craving for spicier foods.
  • Serial Stabber Suspect Detained
    8/12/10
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    Elias Abuelazam, the suspect accused of killing five and injuring thirteen in stabbing attacks across three states, was arrested Thursday. As Elaine Quijano reports, his motive is still a mystery.
  • Fed-Up Flight Attendant a Folk Hero?
    8/10/10
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    Steven Slater, the Jet Blue flight attendant facing criminal.charges for his meltdown on the tarmac, is being praised as an Internet hero. Michelle Miller reports.
  • What Is a Jobless Recovery?
    8/10/10
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    Conor Dougherty of The Wall Street Journal explains the concept of a jobless recovery: the economy improves while unemployment still remains at a high rate. Watch full @katiecouric clip
  • 8/8/10
    0.0
    The average wait for a patent review is three years, largely because the Patent Office has a huge application backlog to clear up. As Rebecca Jarvis reports, they are trying.
  • Preview: Advances in Bladder Cancer Treatment
    Dr. Jon LaPook looks at the latest advances in treating bladder cancer and talks to CBS News veteran correspondent, Bob Schieffer about his experience surviving the disease.
  • Surviving Bladder Cancer
    8/5/10
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    Psychologist Karen Greene was diagnosed with bladder cancer 10 years ago. At the time, the survival rate was estimated to be 20 percent. Dr. Jon LaPook interviews Greene on her journey.
  • 8/5/10
    0.0
    Michelle Obama's Spain vacation is drawing fire from some who say it was bad taste in these difficult economic times. Sharyl Attkisson reports.
  • 8/3/10
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    As American-led forces gear up for the drive to push the Taliban out of Kandahar, Afghanistan's largest city, Mandy Clark reports insurgents attempted to attack the NATO field just outside of town.
  • 8/3/10
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    Tuesday: A disgruntled employee opens fire on his colleagues, killing nine including himself; Also, the unplanned consequences of the Recovery Act; And, a family spends seven years at sea.
  • 8/2/10
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    Rick Stengel, managing editor of "Time," explains the decision to put a disturbing image of an young Afghan woman on the cover.
  • Notebook: Rights for Afghan Women
    8/2/10
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    Katie Couric discusses the struggle of Afghan women to gain rights in the face of extreme violence from the Taliban. Couric notes that girls in some parts of the country are still not allowed to go to school, or to become teachers or doctors.
  • 8/2/10
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    Monday: BP officials say a permanent seal is imminent; Also, President Obama says Iraq withdrawal timetable on target; And, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."
  • 7/31/10
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    Despite pleas from family, friends and the president, three American hikers are still being held in Iran, and no one knows when they're coming home. Mark Phillips reports.
  • Economic Recovery Slowdown
    7/30/10
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    There have been some troubling signs lately of a fiscal slowdown for the U.S. economy. As Anthony Mason reports, economic growth was down in the second quarter of this year.
  • 7/30/10
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    A wall of flames roared through the hills just outside Los Angeles Thursday night, as fire officials continue to fight to control the blaze. Ben Tracy reports from Palmdale, Calif.
  • Katie Couric reports on how the second-largest life insurance company in America is retaining assets from the families of fallen U.S. servicemen. Tonight, on the "CBS Evening News with Katie Couric."
  • As part of our continuing series "Ask CBS News," Katie Couric asks David Martin if recently leaked documents offer the Taliban material to use against U.S. troops and our allies.
  • 7/26/10
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    Seven years after the U.S. invaded, Iraq's power grid is still a mess. Katie Couric comments that despite billions in American aid, many rich sections are lucky to get eight hours of electricity a day.
  • 7/24/10
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    As Tropical Storm Bonnie fades, BP officials are scrambling to get back to drilling the relief well that will seal the leak once and for all, Kelly Cobiella reports.
  • Soap Ban Soap Opera
    Soap Ban Soap Opera
    Episode 0723
    7/23/10
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    Phosphate chemicals have been banned from products in some areas over environmental concerns. Ben Tracy reports that some consumers are now hunting for outlawed, but effective, dishwashing soaps.
  • 7/22/10
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    Thursday: President Obama personally apologizes to Shirley Sherrod; Also, war of words in Arizona over immigration law; And, how tweets can illustrate the mood of America.
  • Work Halted on BP Well
    Episode 0721
    7/21/10
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    With a storm developing hundreds of miles away, the work to finally plug the oil well has come to a halt. As Kelly Cobiella reports, BP has stopped drilling its relief well until the storm threat passes.
  • Massacre in Mexico, 17 Dead
    7/18/10
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    A massacre at a party in the northern city of Torreon, Mexico, left 17 dead and 18 wounded. As Bill Whitaker reports, witnesses say the gunmen broke down the door and opened fire.
  • BP: Cap Could Last Weeks
    7/18/10
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    With no signs of leaks on day three, BP is saying the cap could remain closed for weeks. Kelly Cobiella reports that the pressure in the well is still rising slowly which could be risky.
  • 7/17/10
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    The two leading candidates for governor in California are slugging it out but why would anyone want the job? Bill Whitaker reports.
  • BP's Lockerbie Controversy
    7/16/10
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    BP admits it pressured the British government to speed up the release of prisoners in order to protect its drilling deal with Libya. Bob Orr reports.
  • Feds Charge 16 NOPD Officers
    7/14/10
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    Federal prosecutors have charged 16 current or former New Orleans Police Department officers since February for crimes committed following Hurricane Katrina. Jim Axelrod reports.
  • Tea Party vs. NAACP
    Episode 0714
    7/14/10
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    A showdown of sorts has emerged between the politically conservative Tea Party and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. John Dickerson reports on this growing feud.
  • FDA Divided on Avandia
    Episode 0713
    7/13/10
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    As committee members debate whether the diabetes drug Avandia should be pulled from the market, Dr. Jon LaPook reports the FDA is deeply divided.
  • 7/13/10
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    Tuesday: A new poll shows public angered over President Obama's handling of the economic crisis; Also, BP may be closer to containing leak; And, Yosemite's gift of beauty.
  • Web Extra: Veteran Benefits and PTSD
    7/12/10
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    Iraq veteran Robert Kingsley explains his fight to receive health benefits from The Veterans Administration for his post-traumatic stress disorder.
  • Diabetes Drug Debate
    Episode 0712
    7/12/10
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    A Food and Drug Administration panel will consider whether or not to pull Avandia from the market. As Armen Keteyian reports, many physicians oppose this controversial diabetes drug.
  • 7/11/10
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    The blown out oil well in the Gulf continued to hemorrhage oil for a second day as engineers worked to bolt on a new 60-ton cap to seal the broken leak. Mark Strassmann reports.
  • Heart Risk for Avandia Users
    7/10/10
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    Jeff Glor interviews cardiologist Dr. Steven Nissen about the controversy over the drug Avandia.
  • 7/10/10
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    Demand for a synthetic form of marijuana is growing and so are calls to poison control centers. Seth Doane reports.
  • 7/9/10
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    BP has two major steps left until its floating city in the Gulf could be recovering 80,000 barrels of oil a day - 20,000 barrels more than the current spill estimate. Mark Strassmann reports.
  • 7/9/10
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    Friday: U.S. and Russia exchange spies in an historic swap; Also, an end may be in sight for the BP oil spill; And, how a former Microsoft exec uses his "American Spirit" to change the world.
  • More 'Over-Promising' From BP?
    7/8/10
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    Angry gulf coast residents criticized BP of "over-promising" after the oil company claimed their relief wells will be finished three weeks early. Mark Strassmann reports.
  • 7/7/10
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    Katie Couric asks Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about his differences with President Obama.
  • 7/6/10
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    Queen Elizabeth's trip to NYC is a quick one, but long enough to underscore the royal passage of time. As Jim Axelrod reports, much has changed since Queen Elizabeth last visited New York.
  • U.S., Israel's "Unbreakable" Bond
    7/6/10
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    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Obama were all smiles while meeting at the White House. As Bill Plante reports, the two claim there was never a rift between them.
  • Notebook: Heat Wave
    Notebook: Heat Wave
    Episode 0706
    7/6/10
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    The sweltering heat waves around the Northeast have caused dangerous conditions in about 14 states including N.Y. and several other cities. Katie Couric reports
  • 7/5/10
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    Jose Gutierrez dreamed of a better life in the U.S. and at just 15, crossed the border without his parents. A journey made more difficult considering he's deaf. Seth Doane reports.
  • Oily Troubles Trickle Down
    7/5/10
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    When the oil spill stifles the way of life for fisherman in Louisiana, it causes a domino effect for everyone affiliated with one of the largest industries in the area. Bill Whitaker reports.
  • The Debate Over Stimulus
    7/3/10
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    The Obama administration and Republicans disagree over how best to help the sputtering economy. Whit Johnson reports.
  • 7/3/10
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    Just as shoppers are seeking out organic food grown closer to home, some are doing the same with beer. Jay Dow reports.
  • 7/1/10
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    BP is taking its time to reimburse Gulf residents impacted by the oil spill. It's a familiar pattern says one oil rig foreman who was stonewalled after a previous accident at a BP-owned refinery. Armen Keteyian reports.
  • 6/27/10
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    June has been the deadliest month of the Afghan war. There's agreement that Gen. Petraeus is America's best hope. As Lara Logan reports, the deadline for withdrawal next year is under constant attack from the GOP.
  • Ask CBS News: McChrystal's Future
    6/24/10
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    As part of our ongoing series, "Ask CBS News," Katie Couric asks chief Pentagon correspondent David Martin a question from a Twitter user about Gen. McChrystal's future plans.
  • 6/24/10
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    Governors of states along the Gulf of Mexico have been reluctant to deploy the maximum number of National Guard troops to the BP oil spill clean-up efforts. Armen Keteyian reports from New Orleans.
  • Petraeus Replaces McChrystal
    6/23/10
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    Gen. Stanley McChrystal's critical remarks about the Obama administration cost him is job as commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan. Chip Reid reports how President Obama replaced McChrystal with Gen. David Petraeus.
  • Petraeus in Afghanistan Hot Seat
    6/23/10
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    Now that President Obama has named General Petraeus to replace McChrystal, many wonder if this will turn things around in the Afghanistan war. David Martin reports.
  • FDA to Regulate Cigarette Labels
    6/22/10
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    A tough new set of rules went into effect for smokers that change the way cigarettes are labeled and marketed. As Dean Reynolds reports, will new labels really make a difference?
  • 6/22/10
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    In Calif., 12-year-old twin skateboarders have mastered some difficult skateboard tricks and quickly became YouTube sensations. As John Blackstone reports, all their hard work is paying off.
  • 6/21/10
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    Monday: Katie Couric flies into the frontline of the Gulf disaster to get a first-hand look at the complicated Gulf recovery; Plus, Times Square bomb plotter Faisal Shazhad pleaded guilty for his role in the plot.
  • 6/21/10
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    As the Gulf oil spill continues, some children along the coast are worried they may have to say goodbye to the only way of life they've ever known. Katie Couric reports on the children of the gulf.
  • 'Times Square Bomber' Pleads Guilty
    6/21/10
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    Faisal Shazhad, the 30-year-old naturalized U.S. citizen once accused of orchestrating a failed bomb attack in Times Square, pleaded guilty for his role in the plot. Bob Orr reports.
  • 6/19/10
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    As CBS News continues special coverage of the Disaster in the Gulf, correspondents throughout CBS News answer questions submitted from viewers via Twitter and Facebook.
  • Feinberg Breaks Down BP Escrow Account
    6/18/10
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    Ken Feinberg, administrator of the BP escrow account, spoke with Katie Couric on how the claims will be handled and urged every claimant to enter the fund and to take advantage of the program.
  • Booming Business
    Booming Business
    Episode 0616
    6/16/10
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    A factory in Massillon, Ohio has been working overtime making oil containment booms to help clean up the Gulf of Mexico. As Seth Doane reports, the Gulf disaster has eased chronic unemployment.
  • Oil below the Surface
    Oil below the Surface
    Episode 0615
    6/15/10
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    Toxicologists say that oil hidden under the surrounding waters of the Gulf of Mexico threatens marine life. And, as Mark Strassmann reports, BP was hit with another setback due to a lightning strike.
  • 6/15/10
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    On Capitol Hill, the head of U.S. Central Command Gen. Petraeus was giving congress a status report on Afghanistan when the heading was cut short when he collapsed. David Martin reports.
  • 6/15/10
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    Tuesday: Coral reefs are home to a quarter of all ocean life, but they're now fighting for survival; Plus, toxicologists say that oil hidden under the surrounding waters of the Gulf of Mexico threatens marine life.
  • 6/14/10
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    Monday: President Obama attempts to defy growing public criticisms over the handling of the oil spill; Plus, The oil washing up here is threatening to suffocate local businesses.
  • Oil Spill Undersea Damage
    6/13/10
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    As the Gulf oil disaster continues, BP is containing less than half of the daily leakage. As Mark Strassmann reports, damage undersea is just as bad as the oil-stained coastlines.
  • Oil Spill Claims Fund in Works
    6/13/10
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    President Obama will demand that BP set up an oil spill claims fund to handle large-scale claims. As Wyatt Andrews reports, businesses think filing claims would be a waste of time with BP in charge.
  • 6/13/10
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    On tonight's edition of Ask CBS News, Kelly Cobiella answers a question from viewers online regarding the ongoing Gulf oil disaster.
  • Obama and Cameron's BP Chat
    6/12/10
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    President Obama and Britain's new prime minister, David Cameron, talked on the phone about the BP oil spill and their countries' relationship. Bill Plante reports.
  • Brown Sludge Washing Ashore
    6/12/10
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    The consistency of the oil washing ashore in Alabama is dramatically different and the volume is much higher. Kelly Cobiella reports.
  • 6/12/10
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    Ticket sales have been shrinking during the recession and so have Broadway orchestras. Musician Dan Willis keeps working by playing many instruments. Anthony Mason reports.
  • 6/11/10
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    From President Obama to Meryl Streep to our very own Katie Couric, a number of notable figures provided commencement addresses at various colleges across the nation.
  • 6/10/10
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    On tonight's edition of Ask CBS News: Mark Strassmann, Chip Reid and Kelly Cobiella answer questions from Twitter and Facebook regarding the ongoing Gulf oil crisis.
  • Evening News Online, 06.09.10
    6/9/10
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    Wednesday: Day 51 of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill; Also, could the FBI have stopped Joran Van der Sloot; And, our continuing series, "Children of the Recession."
  • Outrage over Oil Spill
    Episode 0607
    6/7/10
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    Seven weeks into the worst oil spill disaster in U.S. history, BP's clean up point man Bo Dudley toured the devastation today for the first time, angering local residents. Mark Strassmann reports.
  • 6/6/10
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    Sunday: A mile undersea, BP says its new containment cap is working, but oil still continues to bleed into the Gulf; Plus, Tornadoes and severe thunderstorms have carved a path of destruction through the Midwest.
  • Katie Couric sent an "amusing" gift to CBS News Radio White House correspondent Mark Knoller. The Secret Service however, was not amused.
  • A Perfect Crime
    Episode 0603
    6/3/10
    0.0
    A Detroit Tigers pitcher was one out away from perfection when an umpire's terrible call robbed him of his perfect game. As Dean Reynolds reports, sports fans will be arguing about this for years to come.
  • The Kagan Papers
    The Kagan Papers
    Episode 0603
    6/3/10
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    Supreme Court Nominee Elena Kagan has never been a judge, but it turns out she has left a paper trail. As Jan Crawford reports, is this the ammunition her opponents have been looking for?
  • 5/30/10
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    Sunday: With the U.S. war effort shifting gears from Iraq to Afghanistan, U.S. troops and military hardware are on the move; Plus, BP's new effort will take time and won't stop all the leaking oil.
  • Evening News Online, 05.29.10
    5/29/10
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    Saturday: "Top Kill" procedure fails in the Gulf; Also, a family's struggle to find a bone marrow match for their young son; And, meet Landon Donovan, America's biggest soccer star.
  • 5/29/10
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    Iconic American actor, writer and director Dennis Hopper died of complications from prostate cancer. Bill Whitaker reports.
  • 5/28/10
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    An alarming trend has emerged throughout schools across the nation, which could spell big trouble for the future. Bill Whitaker finds out "Where America Stands" on the high school drop out rate.
  • 5/27/10
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    Thursday: The president defended his response to the spill while lashing out at BP; Plus, Marines in Afghanistan have managed to establish a school, giving the children a taste of education.
  • 5/25/10
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    Monday: Katie Couric anchors from the site of the devastating BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico; Also, Fergie's royal embarassment; And, crime down in the U.S.
  • Notebook: Spring Colds
    Notebook: Spring Colds
    Episode 0524
    5/24/10
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    Spring is often celebrated as a time of warmth, but Katie Couric notes that this season can often mark the start of a new cold.
  • Fergie's Royal Nightmare
    5/24/10
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    Sarah Ferguson is embroiled in a massive scandal after she was caught on tape allegedly attempting to solicit money in exchange for access to her royal ex-husband. Mark Phillips reports from London.
  • 5/23/10
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    The recession has taken its toll on small business, but some owners are getting creative in order to stay afloat. Ben Tracy reports.
  • Duchess Duped Over Deal
    5/23/10
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    Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson was secretly recorded apparently offering to sell access to her ex-husband Prince Andrew in return for 500,000 pounds. Mark Phillips reports.
  • Deadly Plane Crash in India
    5/22/10
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    A plane carrying 166 people crashed on landing as it overshot the runway in Mangalore, India. Only eight survived. Mark Phillips reports.
  • 5/22/10
    0.0
    On the 30th anniversary of Pac-Man, the video game industry offers lucrative careers in a big money business. Jeff Glor reports.
  • 5/21/10
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    Katie Couric comments on the conversations in Congress over ATM fees and how lawmakers and politicians can be out of touch over tech advancements.
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