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  • January 4, 2013
    Episode 20130104
    1/4/13
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    Scott Pelley reports on the latest stories.

  • January 3, 2013
    January 3, 2013
    Episode 20130103
    1/3/13
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    Scott Pelley reports on the latest stories.

  • January 2, 2013
    Episode 20130102
    1/2/13
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    Scott Pelley reports on the latest stories.

  • January 1, 2013
    Episode 20130101
    1/1/13
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    Scott Pelley reports on the latest stories.

  • December 31, 2012
    Episode 20121231
    12/31/12
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    Scott Pelley reports on the latest stories.

  • The Senate is quiet as its two leaders - Harry Reid and Mitch McConnell - work behind the scenes on a "fiscal cliff" deal. As Wyatt Andrews reports, they're trying to find a compromise plan to present to the full Senate within a day; And, what began as a lesson in holiday humility, turned into a lasting effort to feed the homeless. Ben Tracy reports on the story of the "Burrito Boys."moreless
  • December 28, 2012
    December 28, 2012
    Episode 20121228
    12/28/12
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    Scott Pelley reports on the latest stories.

  • December 27, 2012
    Episode 20121227
    12/27/12
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    Scott Pelley reports on the latest stories.

  • December 26, 2012
    Episode 20121226
    12/26/12
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    Scott Pelley reports on the latest stories.

  • December 25, 2012
    Episode 20121225
    12/25/12
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    Scott Pelley reports on the latest stories.

  • December 24, 2012
    Episode 20121224
    12/24/12
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    Scott Pelley reports on the latest stories.

  • The NRA insists stricter gun laws are not the answer to end violence, although most Americans show a new willingness for legislators to take more action; And, Carter Evans has the latest on this holiday's season weather forecast around the country; Also, It's a beloved Christmas tradition that includes a 271-year-old piece of choral music and 2,000 people who love it; Tony Guida reports on the one night a year were people get together to sing along a Christmas song.moreless
  • Newtown Police Chief Michael Kehoe and Capt. Joe Rios describe the horrific crime scene at Sandy Hook Elementary following the shooting rampage in an interview with Elaine Quijano. Chief Kehoe also reacts to the NRA's called for armed police officers in every school; And, the final Saturday before Christmas is traditionally one of the busiest shopping days of the year. And as Michelle Miller reports, many businesses are banking on it because so far this season has not been as strong as many hoped to see.moreless
  • December 21, 2012
    Episode 20121221
    12/21/12
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    Scott Pelley reports on the latest stories.

  • December 20, 2012
    Episode 20121220
    12/20/12
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    Scott Pelley reports on the latest stories.

  • December 19, 2012
    Episode 20121219
    12/19/12
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    Scott Pelley reports on the latest stories.

  • December 18, 2012
    December 18, 2012
    Episode 20121218
    12/18/12
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    Scott Pelley reports on the latest stories.

  • December 17, 2012
    Episode 20121217
    12/17/12
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    Scott Pelley reports on the latest stories.

  • President Obama made a trip to Newtown, Conn., to meet with the victim's families and first responders, hoping to comfort the community and express the nation's heartbreak and sorrow; Also, school officials announced that Newtown schools will re-open on Monday, except for those who went to Sandy Hook Elementary; And, "48 Hours'" Peter Van Sant talks with a family whose kids safely returned home.moreless
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    Episode 20121213
    12/13/12
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    United Nations Ambassador Susan Rice, who has been under fire for her explanation of the Benghazi attack, has withdrawn her bid to be the next secretary of state. Bill Plante reports on why the president's number one choice has thrown in the towel; And, Spain's financial crisis was threatening to put theaters out of business. But as Mark Phillips reports, one owner found an ingenious way stay open - an idea straight out of Bugs Bunny.moreless
  • The Federal Reserve has announced that interest rates will stay low until unemployment drops to 6.5 percent - no matter how long that takes. Wyatt Andrews reports how the Fed plans on controlling interest rates; And, amid the gang wars of Chicago, a former architect is taking in the city's disenfranchised youths and giving them a wrench to restore old hot rods -- at the same time as restoring their own lives.moreless
  • HSBC has admitted to handling the dirtiest money in the world and will pay a record $1.9 billion fine, but won't be prosecuted; Then, Michigan has become the 24th state to pass the right-to-work law; Also, a wreath-maker's act of generosity grew into a movement that now lays wreaths in 800 military institutionsmoreless
  • A Navy SEAL was killed during a high-risk operation to rescue a captured American doctor; Then, fans and family members were shocked to hear about the death of the rising Mexican-American singer Jenni Rivera; Also, an eyewitness report of the attack on Pearl Harbor is published 71 years later
  • Rebel forces continue their advance on Damascus, Syria, raising concern on high level diplomats that say the situation "is bad and getting worse"; Also, a retired Army officer worries about how the "fiscal cliff" could affect his business; And, One famous New York hotel is offering a program taking back some of the items guests shouldn't have walked away with.moreless
  • Amid chaos on the streets, Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi has revoked his decree that gave him broad emergency powers. But as Allen Pizzey reports, Morsi is insisting on a referendum on a newly-drafted constitution; And, in metropolitan areas, where space is always at a premium, people are downsizing their homes. And as Maurice DuBois reports, they're learning that living well doesn't always require a lot of room.moreless
  • Protesters are demanding an Egypt for all Egyptians, not a president who only stands for the Muslim Brotherhood; Also, Arafat's body will be exhumed to find out if he was poisoned to death by Polonium 210; And, Black Friday weekend was considered a success, with 89 million people shopping both in stores and online.moreless
  • It's shaping up to be a record-setting opening to this holiday shopping season. As Terrell Brown reports, with the numbers coming in, the nation's merchants have a reason for joy; And, in Japan, high-speed connections and plunging hardware prices are bringing high-tech ads to every corner of everyday life. Lucy Craft takes a look at the new ways advertisers are getting their message across.moreless
  • President Obama focused on the Israel-Gaza conflict as well as promoting democracy while traveling around Asia: Also, an unnamed Israeli envoy arrived in Cairo to talk with Egyptian officials who are trying to broker a truce; And, some cities across the country are addressing the concern of hungry kids by feeding them in the classroommoreless
  • Israeli jets are pounding Hamas positions in Gaza, while their "Iron Dome" intercepts rockets aimed at Tel Aviv. Allen Pizzey reports on the latest in the fighting and the first efforts to stop it; And, in Afghanistan, a country where the Taliban once banned all music, one music school is bringing together boys and girls from different ethnic groups to make music together and get a complete education.moreless
  • "The campaign for the presidency has morphed from a debate over competing visions into one of the nastiest and most personal fights of modern times. Nancy Cordes reports on the accusations flying from both sides; And, thousands of young illegal immigrants lined up for a chance to stay in the U.S. by entering applications into President Obama\'s "Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals" executive policy.moreless
  • Despite being the favorite of conservatives urging Romney to go bold, Congressman Paul Ryan's VP nomination still came as a surprise. And as Jan Crawford reports, it's one that instantly resets the presidential race; And, high temperatures continue to batter Texas, prolonging a drought that is putting the livelihood of lifelong farmers and ranchers at risk. Manuel Bojorquez visits with struggling ranchers in Sulfur Springs.moreless
  • August 10, 2012
    August 10, 2012
    Episode 20120810
    8/10/12
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    Scott Pelley anchors this episode.

  • August 9, 2012
    August 9, 2012
    Episode 20120809
    8/9/12
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    Scott Pelley anchors this episode.

  • August 8, 2012
    August 8, 2012
    Episode 20120808
    8/8/12
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    Scott Pelley anchors this episode.

  • August 7, 2012
    August 7, 2012
    Episode 20120807
    8/7/12
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    Scott Pelley anchors this episode.

  • August 6, 2012
    August 6, 2012
    Episode 20120806
    8/6/12
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    Scott Pelley anchors this episode.

  • August 3, 2012
    August 3, 2012
    Episode 20120803
    8/3/12
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    Scott Pelley anchors this episode.

  • August 2, 2012
    August 2, 2012
    Episode 20120802
    8/2/12
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    Scott Pelley anchors this episode.

  • August 1, 2012
    August 1, 2012
    Episode 20120801
    8/1/12
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    Scott Pelley anchors this episode.

  • July 31, 2012
    July 31, 2012
    Episode 20120731
    7/31/12
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    Scott Pelley anchors this episode.

  • July 30, 2012
    July 30, 2012
    Episode 20120730
    7/30/12
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    Scott Pelley anchors this episode.

  • July 27, 2012
    July 27, 2012
    Episode 20120727
    7/27/12
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    Scott Pelley anchors this episode.

  • July 26, 2012
    July 26, 2012
    Episode 20120726
    7/26/12
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    Scott Pelley anchors this episode.

  • July 25, 2012
    July 25, 2012
    Episode 20120725
    7/25/12
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    Scott Pelley anchors this episode.

  • July 24, 2012
    July 24, 2012
    Episode 20120724
    7/24/12
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    Scott Pelley anchors this episode.

  • July 23, 2012
    July 23, 2012
    Episode 20120724
    7/23/12
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    Scott Pelley anchors this episode.

  • Mitt Romney tried to clear up the confusion about where he stands on President Obama's health care reform; Then, apart of the last major offensive of the war in Afghanistan the 82nd Airborne Division's mission is to clear the Ghazni province of the Taliban; Also, scientists claim they may have found evidence of the Higgs boson "God particle."moreless
  • Former vice presidential nominee John Edwards was acquitted of one count of campaign finance fraud, and a deadlocked jury yielded a mistrial on five other counts; Also, NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg is proposing a ban on the sale of sodas and sugary beverages larger than 16 ounces; And, political differences seemed to dissolve during the unveiling of former President George W. Bush's portrait in the White House.moreless
  • The U.S. and eight other nations expelled Syrian diplomats from their capitals after Syria suffered its worst war crime in the country's 15-month-old civil war; Then, Mitt Romney is set to clinch the GOP presidential nomination after his projected win in the Texas primary; Also, the estimated 1.5 million tons of debris from Japan floating up on U.S. shores could take up to six years to clean up.moreless
  • Winds are increasing as Tropical Storm Beryl is expected to make landfall in parts of Florida and the Carolinas; Then, a sailor's campaign to design a flag to honor his fellow veterans; And, the Golden Gate Bridge celebrates its 75th anniversary.
  • The admitted killer of Etan Patz, Pedro Hernandez, was charged with a second-degree murder; Also, the Dragon capsule, a private, unmanned spacecraft owned and operated by SpaceX, docked with the ISS; And, Steve Hartman meets with the proprietors and participants of an unusual tourism option: the storm chasing industry.
  • Police in New York City say they are holding a man who has confessed to the murder of Etan Patz - the six-year-old boy who vanished without a trace in 1979; Also, Monsignor William Lynn testified that he typed up a list of 35 alleged predator priests, but did nothing about them; And, a former high school football star convicted of rape had his conviction dismissed after his accuser said she lied about the whole thing.moreless
  • A top government panel says the PSA test for prostate cancer is unreliable giving a falsely positive result 80 percent of the time; Then, a study on the relationship between U.S. allies and the Afghans they are training provides insight into possible reasons behind attacks from the Afghan soldiers; Also, Joplin, Mo. has spent the last year rebuilding from a deviating tornado and one Joplin graduate learned some hard lessons along the way.moreless
  • In a sudden end to a diplomatic stalemate, blind Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng is brought to the U.S.; Also, Facebook becomes a launching pad for tech start-ups trying to cash-in on its success; And, Britain celebrates Queen Elizabeth's 60-year-reign.
  • New research suggests that the brain damage suffered by soldiers on the battlefield is similar to that endured by athletes on the football field; Also, researchers are reporting that a woman who is completely paralyzed has used a robotic arm controlled with nothing but her thoughts; And, 42 years after his death, a heroic soldier received the Medal of Honor from President Obama.moreless
  • A new trial of the leading experimental Alzheimer's drug Crenezumab is set to begin; Also, Dr. Jon LaPook reports on what is behind the recent whooping cough outbreak; And, The man who runs the hometown bank in Cattaraugus, New York feels he has a responsibility to his town to hold the community together.moreless
  • The first casualty of JPMorgan Chase's $2 billion investment debacle was its chief investment officer Ina Drew as the company enters damage control; Then, researchers studying how to prevent Alzheimer's disease are struggling to find volunteer patients; Also, the monumental task of shipping a space shuttle atop a 747.
  • Three executives have resigned at JPMorgan Chase following a $2 billion loss in risky trades; Then, opponents of Maryland's same-sex marriage law are trying to get a referendum on the November ballot to overturn it; Also, a Columbia University janitor has graduated with a degree in classics.
  • JPMorgan Chase has admitted to massive losses in risky trades in exotic investments costing it $2 billion; Then, The FDA is considering the use of Truvada to prevent the contraction of HIV; Also, a high school principal is teaching kids the way out of poverty.
  • President Obama endorses same-sex marriage. Will it cost him politically? Where do Americans stand? Reports from Norah O'Donnell, Bill Whitaker and Elaine Quijano; Also, U.S. intelligence says more al-Qaeda bombers are training to strike U.S. aircraft; And, the Pentagon's top combat photographer shares striking images of Americans at war.
  • 05.08.12
    Episode 20120508
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    New details have emerged about how U.S. and other intelligence agencies stopped a plot to blow up a jetliner headed for the United States; Also, Maurice Sendak, author of "Where the Wild Things Are," died of a stroke at age of 83; And, in Georgia, where unemployment is running at nine percent, churches are putting their preaching into practice by ordaining "money missionaries" to help people make tough decisions about family finances.moreless
  • 05.07.12
    Episode 20120507
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    U.S. intelligence has broken up a plot by al Qaeda terrorists based in Yemen to blow up a jetliner bound for the United States; Then, Republicans, Democrats, and President Obama all support the bills but Congress has yet to pass them; Also, David Martin reports on the growing danger of attacks on U.S. troops by Afghan allies.moreless
  • 05.06.12
    Episode 20120506
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    France has chosen to make a major change during a critical time electing their first socialist leader in 17 years; Then, families of the victims in the 9/11 attacks await justice as the alleged terrorists face trial; Also, a shop class in Oregon where there's no boys allowed.
  • 05.05.12
    Episode 20120505
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    Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and the four other top 9/11 suspects disrupted their arraignment hearing at the U.S. military base at Guantanamo Bay by refusing to say anything; Also, President Obama officially launched his reelection campaign, making stops in two key battleground states - Ohio and Virginia; And, for 19 years, Shaquille O'Neal dominated the NBA with his size and even bigger personality. Now he's scored a doctorate.moreless
  • 05.04.12
    Episode 20120504
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    The Labor Department reported job creation has fallen for the third straight month. Anthony Mason reports on what the new numbers mean for America's economic recovery; Also, the Philadelphia Catholic Church is releasing their initial findings in the investigation of 26 priests suspected of child sex abuse; And, Steve Hartman visits a man who is repainting an Ohio town - building by building.moreless
  • 05.03.12
    Episode 20120503
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    It sounds like a spy movie plot: the story of how Chen Guangcheng escaped from house arrest; Then, a lab in New York state's capital isn't waiting for an economic turnaround - it's creating one; Also, Mike Fay is on a mission to document the voices and experiences of injured veterans through sketches.moreless
  • 05.02.12
    Episode 20120502
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    Chen Guangcheng, the blind Chinese dissident who escaped house arrest and sought sanctuary in the U.S. embassy in Beijing, was handed over to Chinese officials who guaranteed his safety and freedom; Also, prosecutors filed criminal charges against 11 of 13 people allegedly involved in the hazing beating death of a drum major at Florida A&M University; And, "The Scream," one of the most widely-recognized works of art in the world, sells at auction for a record price.moreless
  • CBS News Special Report: During an unannounced trip to Afghanistan on the anniversary of the death of Osama bin Laden, President Obama addressed the nation and detailed his plans to end the war, as well as the role the U.S. will play in Afghanistan's future.
  • 05.01.12
    Episode 20120501
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    On the anniversary of the death of Osama bin Laden, President Obama made a secret trip to Afghanistan where he set the time frame for U.S. support and addressed the nation; Also, five self-proclaimed anarchists are in a federal prison in Cleveland charged with a homegrown terror plot; And, at a memorial service in New York City, Mike Wallace's family, friends, and colleagues shared their favorite stories of the legendary "60 Minutes" correspondent.moreless
  • 04.30.12
    Episode 20120430
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    President Obama tried to avoid saying anything that could risk the hopes of diffusing the Chen Guangcheng case; Then, Some of Britain's top investigators are stumped by the murder of a junior U.K. spy found dead in a luggage bag in his bathtub; Also, More and more men are being exonerated of wrongful convictions in Texas due to DNA evidence.moreless
  • 04.29.12
    Episode 20120429
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    The recent surge of type two diabetes among American children has been called an epidemic; Then, Chen Guangcheng has allegedly taken refuge in the American Embassy which may cause tensions ahead of a diplomatic visit between the U.S. and China; Also, a radio station acts as a beacon during the LA riots.moreless
  • 04.28.12
    Episode 20120428
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    The U.S. Embassy in Beijing could be protecting Chen Guangcheng - one of China's most famous human rights activists - after he fled house arrest; Also, a heavily-armed survivalist, suspected of killing his wife and daughter, was found dead in a doomsday-bunker; And, investigators are hoping a re-enactment will help explain how a British intelligence agent wound up dead in a zipped-up duffel bag in his own bathtub.moreless
  • 04.27.12
    Episode 20120427
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    The Secret Service is cracking down on the behavior of its agents, issuing a new code of conduct for agents on drinking, visiting questionable establishments and more; Also, the people of New York City were witnesses as the Shuttle Enterprise (atop a 747 plane) flew over the city's landmarks en route to its final destination; And, Steve Hartman catches up with an unusual rancher Charles Kuralt met a few decades back.moreless
  • 04.26.12
    Episode 20120426
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    Law enforcement officials are on high alert as messages from known terrorists urge attacks on the anniversary of Osama bin Laden's death; Also, the CIA officer in charge of the interrogation of 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheik Mohammed describes what it was like waterboarding the terrorist; And, a recording of Louis Armstrong's last trumpet performance has been rediscovered after 40 years .moreless
  • 04.25.12
    Episode 20120425
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    The U.S. Supreme Court is reviewing Arizona's controversial immigration law that among other things allows police to check immigration documents of people; Also, USDA investigators are trying to identify where a cow suffering from mad cow disease was born and if it ever gave birth; And, after "60 Minutes" first aired a story two years ago on Elizza Montani's mission to help mend the lives of children affected by war, her charity has since received overwhelming support.moreless
  • 04.24.12
    Episode 20120424
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    Secret Service Director Mark Sullivan made an appearance on Capitol Hill to assure lawmakers that he was moving to resolve the prostitution scandal; Also, the government reported a new case of mad cow disease discovered in California - the first in the U.S. in six years; And, after years of oppression, Burmese refugees are preparing for the culture shock of American life at a camp in Thailand.moreless
  • 04.23.12
    Episode 20120423
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    An April snowstorm took residents in the Northeast by surprise dumping more than a foot of snow in some areas; Then, a 12th military service member has been linked to the Cartagena, Colombia prostitution scandal; Also, A hot new sport in England exercises and punishes both brain and body.
  • 04.22.12
    Episode 20120422
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    A storm system moving up the U.S. East coast is expected to bring heavy rain across the Northeast and dump more than a foot of snow in parts of Pennsylvania; Then, sources tell CBS News George Zimmerman is eager to go free on bail but mindful of the threats he faces outside; Also, Nevada's mining industry is in the middle of a gold rush, with prospectors pouring in from all over the country.moreless
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    The judge set bail for George Zimmerman in the killing of Trayvon Martin at $150,000. At the hearing, Zimmerman addressed Martin's parents...
  • 04.19.12
    Episode 20120419
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    Najibullah Zazi, who pleaded guilty to plotting a 2009 bombing attempt in New York City, is testifying in the trial of an accomplice; Also, 33 years after the disappearance of six-year-old Etan Patz, police are following a new lead; And, Howard Buffett, son of billionaire Warren Buffett, is on a mission to feed America's hungry.moreless
  • 04.18.12
    Episode 20120418
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    Dick Clark, the man known as "America's oldest teenager," has died at the age of 82. Anthony Mason remembers the TV legend and his entertainment empire; Also, three Secret Service members caught up in the prostitution scandal are out of a job; And, for the 70th anniversary of the Doolittle raid on Japan, Nancy Cordes sat down with the five remaining members of the crew who carried out the attack to find out how they overcame the seemingly impossible odds to help change the course of World War II.moreless
  • 04.17.12
    Episode 20120417
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    The Secret Service and Pentagon prostitution investigation is growing. CBS News has learned that at least 20 women were involved, as well as Army Special Forces troops; Also, researchers and engineers in California use state of the art technology to test how everything from elevators to operating rooms hold up during a major earthquake; And, weekly Friday night dinners for wounded veterans and their families have become an institution for servicemen during the healing process.moreless
  • 04.15.12
    Episode 20120415
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    At least 122 tornadoes swept across the plain states, one of which hit the small town of Woodward, Oklahoma, killing at least five people; Then, The first military observers arrived in Syria, to help reinforce the cease-fire which activists claim has broken down; Also, a small town in Ireland commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Titanic.moreless
  • 04.12.12
    04.12.12
    Episode 20120412
    4/12/12
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    George Zimmerman made his first court appearance since being charged with the murder of Trayvon Martin; Then, The ceasefire in Syria brokered by former U.N. chief Kofi Annan is tenuously holding; Also, locals see the bluebonnet blooming in Texas as a sign of hope.
  • 04.11.12
    Episode 20120411
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    George Zimmerman has been arrested and charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin; Also, Indonesia was rocked by an 8.6 magnitude earthquake, but there was little serious damage; And, construction is nearly complete in what will soon become the tallest skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere - One World Trade Center in lower Manhattan. Ironworkers have erected 93 of the buildings' 104 stories. Nancy Cordes goes all the way to the top for a look.moreless
  • 04.10.12
    04.10.12
    Episode 20120410
    4/10/12
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    Facing a tough primary in his home state of Pennsylvania and the illness of his 3-year-old daughter, Rick Santorum suspended his campaign for the GOP presidential nomination; Also, John Blackstone reports on why Facebook bought the photo sharing application Instagram for double its estimated value; And, a century after the Titanic went down, and Irish town tries to make peace with the past.moreless
  • 04.09.12
    04.09.12
    Episode 20120409
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    A district attorney will explore whether a racial slur used in a Facebook posting warrants charging two suspects in a Tulsa, Oklahoma shooting spree with a hate crime; Then, The conflict in Syria spilled across the border into Turkey when gunfire from government forces wounded at least six people in a refugee camp; Also, "60 Minutes" correspondents remember Mike Wallace.moreless
  • 04.08.12
    04.08.12
    Episode 20120408
    4/8/12
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    "60 Minutes" correspondent Morley Safer takes a look back at Mike Wallace who died at the age of 93; Then, The U.S. and Afghanistan have agreed to a new set of rules for the controversial military operations of night raids; Also, 100 years after the Titanic's maiden and only voyage, another ship's passengers and crew have set sail to retrace the historic voyage.moreless
  • 04.07.12
    Episode 20120407
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    Police are looking for a lone gunman suspected in a string of shootings that left three dead, two wounded and has an African-American neighborhood on edge; Also, the investigation continues into the crash of a Navy jet into an apartment complex in Virginia Beach, Va., that miraculously took no lives; And, Thomas Kinkade, known as "The Painter of Light," has died unexpectedly in his home near San Francisco, Calif.moreless
  • 04.06.12
    Episode 20120406
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    Firefighters are searching the remains of 20 apartments in Virginia Beach, Va., looking for victims of the FA/-18 crash. Bob Orr pieces together the details of happened in Navy fighter jet disaster; Also, the jobless rate dropped to 8.2 percent in March - the lowest in more than three years. But, while the number of new jobs grew, it slowed down significantly; And, Steve Hartman pays a visit to jump rope innovator Bobby Hinds to see what he's been up to since Charles Kuralt first visited him in 1976.moreless
  • 04.05.12
    04.05.12
    Episode 20120405
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    An audio tape has surfaced that appears to be evidence of the New Orleans Saints pay-to-injure bounty system; Also, The man with the largest collection of baseball films in the country, shows off his mementos; And, audio tapes have been released which detail the emergency landing by 80-year-old Helen Collins, who was left to fly the plane after the pilot - her husband - died at the controls.moreless
  • 04.04.12
    Episode 20120404
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    A new report says one-third of medical spending is wasted on unnecessary procedures. Dr. Jon LaPook reports on the overuse and misuse of health care; Also, the FDA is alerting healthcare professionals that 120 vials of fake Altuzan - a cancer fighting drug - have entered the U.S.; And, no one was killed by the massive Texas storm that brought as many as 13 tornadoes to the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Jeff Glor speaks with some of the grateful survivors.moreless
  • 04.03.12
    04.03.12
    Episode 20120403
    4/3/12
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    Tuesday: A massive storm swept through the Dallas-Fort Worth area, bringing with it at least two tornadoes that ripped apart homes and businesses, and knocked out power to tens of thousands; Also, CBS News projects GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney will win the Republican primary contests in Wisconsin, Maryland and Washington D.C.; And, Florida's Miramar High used to be one of the worst performing schools in the state until the band director turned the school, the students, and his fellow teachers around.moreless
  • 04.02.12
    Episode 20120402
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    A suspect is in custody after a gunman killed seven people in a shooting on the campus of Oikos University in Oakland, California; Then, Syria President Bashar al Assad agreed to withdrawal troops and tanks from his country's biggest cities by April 10; Also, Vietnam War veterans are getting a long overdue homecoming 43 years later.moreless
  • 04.01.12
    04.01.12
    Episode 20120401
    4/1/12
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    Burma opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi won a landmark election marking a major milestone in the Southeast Asian nation; Then, Secretary of State Hilary Clinton has pledged $12 million in aid and satellite communication equipment to the Syrian rebels; Also, nuclear radiation threatens some of Japan's best known delicacies.
  • 03.30.12
    Episode 20120330
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    Friday: The world-record jackpot of at least $640 million in the Mega Millions lottery has created a countrywide stampede for tickets; Also, ehe chief mortician at Dover Air Force Base tells David Martin how he almost lost his job for blowing the whistle on the military's improper handling of soldiers' remains; And, Steve Hartman reports on 17-year-old physics genius Taylor Wilson, whose big ideas are already changing the world.moreless
  • 03.29.12
    Episode 20120329
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    Thursday: The funeral director who buried Trayvon Martin says there was no sign Martin was in a fight before he was killed by a neighborhood watch volunteer; Also, the Centers for Disease Control estimates 1 out of every 88 American children has been diagnosed with a disorder on the autism spectrum; And, 30 years ago, ground was broken on the Vietnam Memorial. Barry Petersen explores three decades of love left behind.moreless
  • 03.28.12
    Episode 20120328
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    Wednesday: The co-pilot on JetBlue flight 191 reveals some of the frightening details of what went on the in the cockpit when the captain began acting erratically; Also, according to a new study published by the CDC, two-thirds of all cancer cases could be prevented by healthier living; And, David Martin gets hit by the military's high-tech ray gun. It can stop a mob. So, why won't they use it in Afghanistan?moreless
  • 03.26.12
    03.26.12
    Episode 20120326
    3/26/12
    0.0
    The U.S. Supreme Court began the first of three days of arguments over President Obama's Affordable Care Act; Then, a study found some patients who received gastric bypass surgery were able to keep their diabetes completely under control; Also, James Cameron traveled in a vessel he helped design to Challenger Deep - the deepest part of the ocean.moreless
  • 03.25.12
    Episode 20120325
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    President Obama threatened to cut off food aid to North Korea if the country goes through with a planned long-range missile test; Then, The U.S. Supreme Court is about to begin three days of historic arguments over President Obama's health care law; Also, "The Hunger Games" took in an estimated $155 million in its opening weekend, making it the third-highest debut ever and the most ever for a movie that's not a sequel.moreless
  • 03.23.12
    03.23.12
    Episode 20120323
    3/23/12
    0.0
    Friday: Mark Strassmann has new information about George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch volunteer who shot and killed unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin; Also, Staff Sgt. Robert Bales is charged with murdering 17 Afghan civilians, and could face the death penalty; And, Steve Hartman reports on the men of "Dude Perfect," who have parlayed their hit YouTube videos of making incredible shots into a career.moreless
  • 03.21.12
    Episode 20120321
    3/21/12
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    The NFL has suspended Saints coach Sean Payton for his involvement in a bounty program and James Brown explains why the punishment was so severe; Then, Armen Keteyian speaks with the man responsible for shipping fake Avastin into the U.S.; Also, Chip Reid profiles Sen. Barbara Mikulski who is now the longest serving woman in the history of Congressmoreless
  • 03.20.12
    Episode 20120320
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    The Republican presidential candidates make their final push before the polls close in the Illinois state primary; Then, following the trail of a phony cancer drug; Also, A man on a mission to heal a tough Chicago neighborhood
  • 03.18.12
    Episode 20120318
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    The picture of Army Staff Sergeant Robert Bales, the accused killer of 16 Afghan villagers, is beginning to form; Then, Mitt Romney wins the Puerto Rico caucuses as the GOP contenders turn to Illinois; Also, a scientist has discovered that urban settings may change the way birds sing.
  • 03.16.12
    03.16.12
    Episode 20120316
    3/16/12
    0.0
    Friday: The alleged shooter in the massacre of 16 Afghan civilians is identified as U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Robert Bales; Also, a jury decides it was a hate crime when Rutgers University student Dharum Ravi used a webcam to watch a sexual encounter by his gay roommate, who later committed suicide; And, Steve Hartman tells the story of 74-year-old Leta Andrews, America's all-time winningest high-school basketball coach.moreless
  • 03.15.12
    Episode 20120315
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    Thursday: Brussels-based SWIFT, the spinal cord of the global financial system, is planning on cutting off some 30 sanctioned Iranian banks and subsidiaries at noon Saturday; Also, a dispute between Texas and the federal government could leave thousands of poor women without health services; And, Jim Axelrod reports on how a frat house experiment turned into a profitable company.moreless
  • 03.14.12
    03.14.12
    Episode 20120314
    3/14/12
    0.0
    Wednesday: The mild winter leads to big savings for cities that normally spend millions on snow removal; Also, Catherine Greig pleas guilty pleads to charges of helping her boyfriend James "Whitey" Bulger evade capture for 16 years; Plus, a government task force puts out new guidelines for cervical cancer screening; And, the volunteers of "Welcome Home a Hero" will never forget the sacrifices Americans in uniform have made.moreless
  • 03.13.12
    Episode 20120313
    3/13/12
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    Tuesday: The Republicans fight for the heart of the South - CBS News projects Rick Santorum will win the Alabama primary, but it's a close three-way race in Mississippi; Also, new information sheds light on the massacre in Afghanistan and the president vows a full investigation; And, Bryon Pitts reports on how a poster child for America's obesity epidemic became a model for turning it around.moreless
  • 03.12.12
    03.12.12
    Episode 20120312
    3/12/12
    0.0
    Officials are investigating the motives behind a U.S. Army sergeant's alleged killing spree on Afghan civilians; Then, A CBS News/New York Times poll finds that as gas prices rise, the President's job approval rating dropped; Also, One year after the earthquake and tsunami, Japan is still dealing with the nuclear disaster after three reactors melted down and released dangerous levels of radiation.moreless
  • 03.11.12
    03.11.12
    Episode 20120311
    3/11/12
    0.0
    An American soldier opened fire outside of his base in Afghanistan killing sixteen civilians; Then, the Republican presidential candidates are trying to lay claim to the conservative south; Also, Bill Whitaker visits some of Japan's observances one year after a powerful earthquake and tsunami killed nearly 20,000 people.
  • 03.10.12
    03.10.12
    Episode 20120310
    3/10/12
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    Saturday: The Republican candidates adjust their message in the face of improving jobless numbers; Also, seniors hit hard by the recession are returning to work while the "hidden unemployed" have given up looking; And, After an 11-day trip across 22 cities at five miles per hour, a 340-ton shrink-wrapped boulder arrives at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.moreless
  • 03.09.12
    03.09.12
    Episode 20120309
    3/9/12
    0.0
    Friday: The economy is working it's way back -- according to the Labor Department the unemployment rate held steady in February; but job creation is moving up; Also, Sunday marks the first anniversary of the devastating tsunami and earthquake in Japan. Bill Whitaker visits Ishinomaki, where a bad decision cost the lives of dozens of school students; And, Steve Hartman reports on the first museum dedicated to the history of cleaning.moreless
  • 03.08.12
    Episode 20120308
    3/8/12
    0.0
    Thursday: The former chief of Israel's Mossad agency, Meir Dagan, says Iran is a "rational" country and now is not the time for a strike on their nuclear facilities; Also, a viral video is raising awareness about Joseph Kony and his group's atrocities against humans; And, it's been almost one year since the massive earthquake and tsunami rocked Japan. Bill Whitaker takes a look back at the disaster and one man who lost everything.moreless
  • 03.07.12
    Episode 20120307
    3/7/12
    0.0
    Wednesday: President Obama asks the Pentagon to begin pre-planning for a military intervention in Syria as the body count rises; Also, is the iPad on track to replace the personal computer for good?; And, Byron Pitts reports on one doctor who has spent almost half her life taking care of people who have no money and no other way to get help.moreless
  • 03.06.12
    03.06.12
    Episode 20120306
    3/6/12
    0.0
    Super Tuesday: The battle for the Republican nomination continues - Mitt Romney wins 3 states, Rick Santorum wins two, Newt Gingrich wins one - and the battle for Ohio comes down to the wire; Also, Bob Orr reports on how the FBI busted a notorious international hacking ring; And, the Oreo cookie celebrates it's 100th anniversary.moreless
  • 03.05.12
    03.05.12
    Episode 20120305
    3/5/12
    0.0
    President Obama sat down with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to discuss the possibility of going to war with Iran; Then, Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney outline their strategies for creating high-paying manufacturing jobs; Also, one man's miracle tale of survival from a tornado that almost took his family's life.
  • 03.04.12
    Episode 20120304
    3/4/12
    0.0
    President Obama said the U.S. will support Israel, and if necessary, use force to keep Iran from building nuclear bombs; Then, The National Weather Service says the tornado that tore through West Liberty, Kentucky, reached the status of an EF-3 marked by winds of almost 200 miles per hour; Also, The Department of Transportation is delaying a rule that would mandate rear-view cameras in all new cars pending further study.moreless
  • 03.03.12
    03.03.12
    Episode 20120303
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    Saturday: More than three-dozen people in six states are dead following the tornado onslaught that has crippled the South and Midwest; Also, nearly two years after the worst oil spill in U.S. history, BP reaches a $7.8 billion partial settlement that it hopes will help put the incident behind them; And, Paul Conroy, the photographer who was wounded in Syria during the attack that killed an American journalist, is recovering and speaking out about the Assad regime's relentless violence.moreless
  • 03.02.12
    Episode 20120302
    3/2/12
    0.0
    Friday: A second round of deadly tornadoes tear across the middle of America; Also, President Obama says he's not bluffing about war to stop Iran's nuclear ambitions; Plus, a basketball game signals the healing has begun in Chardon, Ohio, following the high school shooting; And, 76-year-old Millie Campbell - known to New Orleans locals as "prayin' lady" - drives down dangerous streets fighting crime with prayer.moreless
  • 02.28.12
    02.28.12
    Episode 20120228
    2/28/12
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    Tuesday: Two of the students critically wounded in the high school shooting rampage in Chardon, Ohio, have died, raising the death toll to three; Also, Mitt Romney is in danger of losing the Michigan primary to Rick Santorum. So, what happens if Romney loses in his home state?; And, oceanographers meet in Hawaii to discuss when and where the millions of tons of debris from Japan's tsunami will wash ashore in North America.moreless
  • 02.27.12
    02.27.12
    Episode 20120227
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    A gunman is in custody after killing one student and injuring four others at Chardon High School in Ohio; Then, Hilary Clinton explained the limitations the United States faces as it tries to pressure President Assad out of office; Also, A scathing report shows in the hours after the tsunami struck the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, authorities were helpless to address the situation.moreless
  • 02.26.12
    Episode 20120226
    2/26/12
    0.0
    The GOP Candidates are making their final pushes ahead of the Michigan state primary where a loss for Mitt Romney would be a near fatal blow to his campaign; Then, Afghans took to the streets for a sixth day as they expressed their rage over the accidental burning of Qurans by U.S. soldiers; Also, film and television productions are packing their things and moving from Los Angeles to New Orleans, which many are now calling "Hollywood South."moreless
  • 02.25.12
    02.25.12
    Episode 20120225
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    Saturday: The U.S. is stepping up security in Afghanistan after the killing of two American military officers by an unknown gunman; Also, Sgt. First Class Andrew McCaffrey, who lost his hand due to a defective grenade in Afghanistan, is leaving the Army disgraced after being court martialed and found guilty on multiple charges; And, 49-year-old Jamie Moyer, a veteran lefty MLB pitcher is aiming to make a comeback for the ages.moreless
  • 02.23.12
    02.23.12
    Episode 20120223
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    Thursday: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is heading to Tunisia for a major international conference with two aims, getting medicine and food into Syria and getting rid of Bashar al-Assad; Also, in a classified conference call led by the chief of counter-terrorism, the FBI makes it clear that it's seriously concerned about a possible attack by Iran on U.S. soil; And, Melvin Moran - a second generation oil man - makes his case that the controversial fracking method of extracting oil and gas may lead to energy independence for America in just a few years.moreless
  • 02.22.12
    02.22.12
    Episode 20120222
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    Wednesday: Veteran war correspondent Marie Colvin - an American - and award-winning French photo-journalist Remi Ochlik are killed in the Syrian government's bombardment of the city of Homs; Also, FDA medical experts are recommending approval of the diet pill Qnexa, despite the drug's potential risky side effects; And, Chip Reid reports on how one collector is giving up his priceless collection of Harriet Tubman artifacts to the National Museum of African American History and Culture, which is to be built on the National Mall.moreless
  • 02.20.12
    02.20.12
    Episode 20120220
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    The Super PAC backing Mitt Romney is spending millions to take out his opponents as Rick Santorum emerges as the new front-runner; Then, Elyse Saugstad attributes her survival in a avalanche that took three lives to the inflatable airbag backpack she was wearing; Also, John Glenn celebrates the 50th anniversary of America's first orbit of Earth.moreless
  • 02.19.12
    02.19.12
    Episode 20120219
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    Rick Santorum enters the spotlight condemning President Obama's health care reform law requiring free pre-natal testing and the government's role in education; Then, Iran cut off all oil shipments to Britain and France in response to the tough sanctions against its nuclear program; Also, the military community is worried a new film featuring Navy SEALs could reveal their secret tactics.moreless
  • 02.17.12
    02.17.12
    Episode 20120217
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    Friday: The FBI arrests Amine al Khalifi, 29, who was allegedly planning to carry out a suicide bombing at the Capitol building in Washington D.C.; Also, a new study finds that children who develop autism have abnormalities on brain scans that can be detected long before obvious symptoms develop; And, Steve Hartman tells the story of Bob Hoffman and his "Pass it Forward" mission to inspire Americans to perform random acts of kindness.moreless
  • 02.15.12
    Episode 20120215
    2/15/12
    0.0
    Wednesday: Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad showcases to the world his country's latest advances in nuclear technology. But, do these advances mean Iran is any closer to buiding a nuclear bomb?; Also, American solar panel makers say the Chinese are saturating the U.S. market with imported products -- ultimately killing U.S. manufacturing jobs; And, 50 years after Jackie Kennedy made history with her personal tour of the White House, the CBS producer who was behind it all shares the inside story of how it was done.moreless
  • 02.14.12
    02.14.12
    Episode 20120214
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    Tuesday: A CBS News/NY Times poll finds growing support for the job President Obama is doing with the economy and Rick Santorum at the front of the GOP pack; Also, a battle group led by the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln crosses through the Strait of Hormuz into the Persian Gulf; And, Greg Brooks, who calls himself a treasure hunter extraordinaire, is on the hunt of $3 billion worth of platinum and gold believed to be stored within the sunken British merchant ship "Port Nicholson."moreless
  • 02.12.12
    02.12.12
    Episode 20120212
    0.0
    Whitney Houston's death is remembered in her New Jersey hometown; Then, Violence flared in Greece as lawmakers debated tough new austerity measures; Also, this Valentine's day some Japanese men are learning to share their feelings in a very unconventional way.
  • 02.11.12
    Episode 20120211
    2/11/12
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    Saturday: In Syria, government forces have launch a new round of deadly attacks on protesters across the country; Also, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has wins the Maine caucuses, edging out Ron Paul; And, President Obama could lose some crucial support from Catholic voters over the controversial health care law provision regarding contraception coverage.moreless
  • 02.10.12
    Episode 20120210
    2/10/12
    0.0
    Friday: After sparking a firestorm of religious and political controversy, President Obama announces his compromise on the contraceptive requirement of his health care law; Also, at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, Mitt Romney is on a mission to convince conservatives that he really is one of them; And, Steve Hartman tells the story of a 12-year-old named Noah who raised enough money to keep his grandmother from going into foreclosure.moreless
  • 02.09.12
    Episode 20120209
    2/9/12
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    Thursday: Big banks and government officials strike a $25 billion deal to provide relief for some Americans who are dealing with foreclosure; Also, Clarissa Ward reports from inside Syria where life has become a cycle of funerals and gun battles; And, the "Voices from the Grave" documentary recorded as part of an oral history project for Boston College may hold secret confessions of murder in the vicious war between Irish Protestants and Catholics.moreless
  • 02.08.12
    Episode 20120208
    2/8/12
    0.0
    Wednesday: Clarissa Ward reports from the Syrian frontlines with rebels fighting to overthrow the 40-year Assad dictatorship; Also, following his three-state sweep, Rick Santorum is back in the race as a serious contender for the GOP presidential nod; And, the Pentagon is opening up more jobs to women soldiers, although they're still banned from combat.moreless
  • 02.07.12
    02.07.12
    Episode 20120207
    2/7/12
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    Tuesday: A federal appeals court says California's ban on same-sex marriage - known as Proposition 8 - violates the equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment; Also, Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum is expected to finish strong in the Colorado and Minnesota caucuses and in Missouri's primary; And, bells ring out over London where a congregation gathers to commemorate Charles Dickens' 200th birthday.moreless
  • 02.06.12
    Episode 20120206
    2/6/12
    0.0
    As the situation in Syria gets more dangerous by the hour, American diplomats are forced to evacuate; Then, 17 Americans are facing charges of encouraging the unrest that has engulfed the country for nearly a year; Also, a rare look inside the training of the federal air marshals.
  • 02.05.12
    02.05.12
    Episode 20120205
    0.0
    An Egyptian judge announced his intent to prosecute 40 workers -- including 19 Americans -- from non-governmental organizations; Then, A defiant Newt Gingrich said he plans to campaign all the way up to the Republican convention; Also, Queen Elizabeth II is about to celebrate sixty years as the queen of England.moreless
  • 02.04.12
    Episode 20120204
    2/4/12
    0.0
    Saturday: In an emergency session, the U.N. Security Council fails to approve a resolution calling for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to step aside, following the deadliest one-day crackdown in Syria's 11-month uprising; Also, what will the results of the Nevada caucuses mean for the future of the GOP field?; And, Fidel Castro's Cuban revolution plays a crucial role in the family history of Grammy-winning Latin jazz artist Arturo O'Farrill.moreless
  • 02.03.12
    Episode 20120203
    2/3/12
    0.0
    Friday: The Labor Department reports that the jobless rate in January fell to 8.3 percent - the lowest in three years - and the good news sends stocks prices soaring; Also, the Susan G. Komen foundation apologizes to the American people for cutting off funding to Planned Parenthood and announces it is reversing its decision; And, Steve Hartman tells the story of Jim O'Hara and his iron-willed campaign for the governorship of Montana.moreless
  • 02.02.12
    Episode 20120202
    2/2/12
    0.0
    Thursday: According to columnist David Ignatius, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta "believes there is a strong likelihood that Israel will attack Iran" in the spring; Also, long-time supporters of both Planned Parenthood and the Susan G. Komen foundation are taking sides, following the Komen foundation's announcement that it would no longer provide funding for Planned Parenthood; And, Anna Werner reports on the desperate situation in Texas after 31 straight weeks of drought.moreless
  • 02.01.12
    02.01.12
    Episode 20120201
    0.0
    Wednesday: A U.S. military report on the "State of the Taliban 2012," says that America's supposed ally Pakistan is encouraging the Taliban to continue fighting; Also, as part of a change in their policy, the Susan G. Komen foundation is pulling the funding it provided to Planned Parenthood; And, Bill Whitaker takes a look back at the remarkable life and career of "Soul Train" creator Don Cornelius.moreless
  • 01.31.12
    01.31.12
    Episode 20120131
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    Tuesday: GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney wins the Florida primary in a triumphant victory over rival Newt Gingrich; Also, some colleges and universities are resorting to cheating to attract more students; And, Scott Pelley speaks with some Hispanic voters to see what they want to hear out of the candidates.
  • 01.30.12
    01.30.12
    Episode 20120130
    0.0
    On the eve of the Florida Primary the candidates make their last push; Then, the fighting in Syria is bordering on civil war as the violence reaches President Assad's doorstep: Also, 911 tapes from a deadly multi-vehicle crash on a Florida interstate record the horrific scene.
  • 01.29.12
    Episode 20120129
    1/29/12
    0.0
    Sunday: Two days before the Florida Primary, Mitt Romney takes the lead forcing Newt Gingrich on the attack; Also, An Occupy Oakland protest turns violent after protesters clash with police; Plus, Detroit funeral directors protest in the streets.
  • 01.28.12
    Episode 20120128
    1/28/12
    0.0
    Saturday: The U.S. military is upgrading an aging warship to serve as a floating base in the Persian Gulf and prevent the closing of the vital Strait of Hormuz; Also, with just three days left until the Florida primary, Mitt Romney reverses Newt Gingrich's momentum and takes a strong lead in the polls; And, a federal judge orders Google, Apple and five other technology companies to court over allegations they violated anti-trust laws by conspiring not to poach employees from one another.moreless
  • 01.27.12
    Episode 20120127
    1/27/12
    0.0
    Friday: On the surface, the latest report on the economy looks like welcome good news. But the White House acknowledges the recovery is still "fragile"; Also, Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney lay out their plans for tackling immigration; And, Steve Hartman tells the story of Woody Davis and the community in Corbett, Ore., who are paying Woody back for over 50 years of good deeds.moreless
  • 01.26.12
    01.26.12
    Episode 20120126
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    Thursday: A picture showing a testy exchange between President Obama and Ariz. Gov. Jan Brewer is causing quite a stir; Also, Armen Keteyian reports on a hidden camera investigation that has uncovered scam artists in the act insurance fraud; And, Las Vegas is feeling the pinch of the great recession, which has left many uncompleted casinos on and off the strip.moreless
  • 01.25.12
    Episode 20120125
    1/25/12
    0.0
    Wednesday: U.S. Navy SEAL Team Six, which also led the Osama bin Laden raid, parachutes into a remote region of central Somalia and rescues two hostages who were kidnapped in October; Also, GOP presidential candidates Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney lay our their plans for tax reform; And, Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords hands in her resignation letter to Congress to focus on her recovery.moreless
  • 01.24.12
    Episode 20120124
    1/24/12
    0.0
    Tuesday: President Obama's State of the Union Address will, in many ways, be the unofficial kick-off of his campaign for re-election, and Mr. Obama is picking a fight on an issue he hopes will dominate this year's campaign - income inequality; Also, Scott Pelley speaks with House Speaker John Boehner about what is stopping Congress from getting things done; And, Mitt Romney releases his tax returns and Newt Gingrich releases his Freddie Mac contract.moreless
  • 01.23.12
    01.23.12
    Episode 20120123
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    Rescue teams went door-to-door in Alabama in search of survivors in the wake of some deadly storms; Then, Five major banks are close to an agreement to settle the case of deceptive practices during the foreclosure process; Also, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords finished the meeting that was interrupted by a gunman one year agomoreless
  • 01.22.12
    Episode 20120122
    1/22/12
    0.0
    Sunday: Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords announces she will resign from Congress; Also, GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich makes a sharp comeback in South Carolina; Plus, a Chicago pastor protests violence on a motel roof.
  • 01.21.12
    Episode 20120121
    1/21/12
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    Saturday: Following a strong debate performance and a late surge to the top of the polls, Newt Gingrich wins the South Carolina primary, defeating rival Mitt Romney; Also, divers searching for missing passengers on the Costa Concordia found the body of a woman - bringing the death toll to 12 - and a hard drive that may give answers as to what actually happened the day the cruise ship ran aground; And, two years after an earthquake devastated Haiti, citizens there are laying the foundation of one of the largest, most sophisticated projects in the country - a state-of-the-art teaching hospital.moreless
  • 01.20.12
    01.20.12
    Episode 20120120
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    Friday: In the last pre-primary poll before the South Carolina primary, Newt Gingrich passes longtime frontrunner Mitt Romney; Also, the unstable position of the half-sunken Costa Concordia cruise ship is causing stops and starts for the rescue efforts to find survivors; And, Steve Hartman profiles 84-year-old Virgil Harms who has been the mayor of Paoli, Colo., for the last 50 years.moreless
  • 01.19.12
    01.19.12
    Episode 20120119
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    Thursday: A recent poll of South Carolina voters puts former Speaker Newt Gingrich in a statistical tie with Mitt Romney for the lead; Also, new guidelines for heart patients who want to continue a healthy sex life after suffering from a heart attack or stroke; And, a military rule that may have contributed to the death of a wounded American soldier in Afghanistan.moreless
  • 01.18.12
    Episode 20120118
    1/18/12
    0.0
    Wednesday: Hope is fading in the challenging search for survivors in the aftermath of the Costa Concordia cruise ship disaster; Also, after three years of studying the impact of the proposed Keystone pipeline, President Obama says no; And, a cabinet full of lost treasures collected by Charles Darwin is discovered in a U.K. warehouse.moreless
  • 01.17.12
    Episode 20120117
    1/17/12
    0.0
    Tuesday: Divers pull five bodies from the partially-sunken Costa Concordia, bringing the death toll in the Italian ship disaster to at least eleven; Also, the government launches a new attack on Alzheimer's disease, but it includes no funding; And, John Blackstone reports on why it's taken 66 years to honor a war hero who risked his life to save his shipmates.moreless
  • 01.16.12
    01.16.12
    Episode 20120116
    0.0
    Twenty nine people are still missing from the sunken cruise ship off the coast of Italy as the company's CEO blames the accident on the captain; Then, Jon Huntsman drops out of the Republican presidential nomination race and endorses frontrunner Mitt Romney; Also, surviving members of the Wichita sit-in look back on how that day made history.moreless
  • 01.14.12
    Episode 20120114
    1/14/12
    0.0
    Saturday: The cruise ship Costa Concordia runs aground off a small island near the coast of Tuscany, Italy, killing at least three; Also, Elaine Quijano reports on Arise Virtual Solutions, a Florida-based company that's bringing 11,000 call center jobs back to the U.S.; And, Maurice Dubois takes a look at how Haiti's peanut crop is saving lives and creating new economic opportunities.moreless
  • 01.12.12
    Episode 20120112
    1/12/12
    0.0
    Thursday: Senior military officials join Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta denouncing a video depicting four Marines who appear to be urinating on the corpses of dead Taliban members; Also, despite incredible generosity towards Haiti following the earthquake that hit the country two years ago, the lack of systems to channel the money in an effective way is holding up progress to rebuild the nation; And, family, friends, and colleagues get together in New York City to share memories of the late Andy Rooney.moreless
  • 01.11.12
    Episode 20120111
    1/11/12
    0.0
    Wednesday: More than 15 feet of snow has fallen Cordova, Alaska, burying the town. Ben Tracy reports on the struggle to dig out residents and businesses; Also, the Republican presidential candidates hit the ground in South Carolina rolling out the first slew of negative attack ads; And, David Martin reports on the efforts to sabotage Iran's nuclear program and who could potentially be behind the attacks.moreless
  • 01.10.12
    Episode 01.10.12
    1/10/12
    0.0
    Tuesday: As polls close, CBS News projects Mitt Romney the winner of the New Hampshire primary, with Ron Paul taking second; Also, the southern Alaskan coast calls in the National Guard to help dig them out of the 300 inches of snow that have fallen so far this winter; And, First Lady Michelle Obama speaks with "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King on the book "The Obamas."moreless
  • 01.09.12
    01.09.12
    Episode 20120109
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    On the eve of the New Hampshire primary, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney faced attacks focusing on his background in business; Then, the FDA reports a mix up in a factory is leading to a large-scale drug recall; Also, an Alaska town is buried in more than 18 feet of snowmoreless
  • 01.07.12
    Episode 01.07.12
    1/7/12
    0.0
    Saturday: The contenders for the GOP presidential nomination are gearing up for a pair of weekend debates in New Hampshire; Also, a new book on the Obamas reveals some very difficult times for Mrs. Obama with certain members of her husband's inner circle; And, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and her husband Mark Kelly are back in Tucson, preparing to mark the one-year anniversary of the shooting that left six dead and wounded 13.moreless
  • 01.06.12
    Episode 01.06.12
    1/6/12
    0.0
    Friday: The Labor Department reports that America's unemployment rate fell two-tenths of a point last month, to 8.5 percent - the lowest level in three years; Also, the U.S. Navy rescues 13 Iranian fishermen who were being held hostage by pirates in the Arabian Sea; And, Steve Hartman reports on a Denver based developer and his mission to sell $2 million condos in an underground missile silo.moreless
  • 01.05.12
    Episode 01.05.12
    1/5/12
    0.0
    Thursday: President Obama came to the Pentagon to make sure everyone understands his new strategy for the U.S. military - built around smaller ground forces and more air and sea power; Also, Scott Pelley speaks with Defense Secretary Leon Panetta about why defending America's computer systems has become a top priority; And, Kodak, the iconic U.S. company formed in 1880, now appears to be on its last legs.moreless
  • 01.04.12
    Episode 01.04.12
    1/4/12
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    Wednesday: Mitt Romney's photo-finish victory in the Iowa caucuses is a remarkable turn of events for a candidate who had all but written off the state a few months ago; Also, following his near victory in Iowa, Rick Santorum will have to figure out how to translate surprise success into sustained momentum; And, an Ohio seismologist blames a recent string of earthquakes on the natural gas extraction technique known as fracking.moreless
  • 01.03.12
    Episode 01.03.12
    1/3/12
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    Tuesday: GOP presidential candidates make their final push in the last few hours before the Iowa caucuses; Also, Iran continues its threats of closing off a key oil-shipping route if other nations enact tougher sanctions against the country; And, details are emerging in how the LAPD managed to catch the man suspected of starting over 50 fires around the Los Angeles area.moreless
  • 01.02.12
    Episode 0102
    1/2/12
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    With one day remaining before the Iowa caucuses, the Republican presidential candidate frontrunners sound off on how they will reduce the national deficit; Then, police arrest a suspect in connection with more than 50 cases of arson around the Los Angeles area; Also, farmers are seeing a rise in real estate prices.moreless
  • 01.01.12
    Episode 0101
    1/1/12
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    The latest Des Moines Register poll released days before the Iowa caucuses has Mitt Romney in first, Ron Paul in second and Rick Santorum in third; Then, Iran tested a new surface-to-air missile during its naval exercises in the Strait of Hormuz, which many are taking as a hostile gesture; Also, rising theater ticket prices and falling home theater costs are keeping moviegoers at home and eating into Hollywood's profits.moreless
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