The Early Show - Season 201002

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  • USGS: Chile Earthquake 'Alarming'
    2/27/10
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    Jessica Sigala, from the USGS tells CBS News Chile's earthquake was far more powerful than the one in Haiti and has sent strong waves prompting tsunami warnings in the Pacific.
  • Killer Whale Safety Precautions
    2/26/10
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    Miami Seaquarium curator Robert Rose works with killer whale Lolita and described trainer safety precautions and the tragic death of a SeaWorld trainer.
  • 71-Year-Old Wins $10,000 iTunes Prize
    2/26/10
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    Country music fan Louie Sulcer, 71, won $10,000 for downloading from iTunes a 1958 Johnny Cash 1958 song, "Guess Things Happen That Way." As Harry Smith reports, it was the 10 billionth download.
  • Snow Day Play
    Snow Day Play
    Episode 0226
    2/26/10
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    Time To Play magazine's Shannon Eis showed clever ways to play in the snow with your kids.
  • Andrew Koenig Took Own Life
    2/26/10
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    Andrew Koenig, actor from the series "Growing Pains", was found dead in a park in Vancouver, Canada after reportedly taking his own life. Bill Whitaker reports.
  • SeaWorld Defends Killer Whale
    2/25/10
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    SeaWorld Corporate Curator Chuck Tompkins spoke about the death of a whale trainer and the killer whale's deadly past.
  • Choosing the Right Yogurt
    2/25/10
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    Self Magazine's Erin Hobday discussed which yogurts are good sources of protein and which yogurts are too sugary.
  • Creating A Greener Home
    2/25/10
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    Katie Lee showed off some of her favorite green home improvement ideas that are cheap and easy.
  • Johnny Depp, Tim Burton Take on Alice
    2/25/10
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    Special correspondent Amanda Holden spoke with director Tim Burton and actor Johnny Depp about their recreation of Alice in Wonderland, in which Depp plays the Mad Hatter.
  • Gov't Auto Woes with Toyota
    2/24/10
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    Rep. Darrell Issa (R) Calif. explains to Harry Smith why the U.S. Government has to make things right in the auto industry starting with Toyota.
  • Missing Star's Family Concerned
    2/24/10
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    Growing Pains Andrew Koenig's family believes in his depression he's capable of hurting himself and hopes that he hears their plea to get in touch with them and authorities.
  • Gabourey Sidibe on Precious
    2/24/10
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    Gabourey Sidibe spoke to Maggie Rodriguez on being nominated for a best actress Oscar for her first acting role in the film Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire and how she's planning for her big night.
  • Growing Pains Star Still Missing
    2/24/10
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    Andrew Koenig's father, Star Trek's Walter Koenig, friends and co-workers speak in the hope the actor with depression will surface, reports Hattie Kauffman.
  • Chevy Impala's Missing Airbags
    2/24/10
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    In a hidden camera interview, CBS News investigates a report that the popular Chevy Impala is missing its side airbags on some vehicles. Susan Koeppen reports.
  • Five Paths to Happiness
    2/23/10
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    The Early Show anchors discussed a new study released five things everyone can do to be happier.
  • Toyota Victims to Attend Hearing
    2/23/10
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    Toyota customer complaints were ignored, documents suggest and victims' families will attest by attending the congressional hearing with Toyota executives.
  • Risky Foods for Small Children
    2/22/10
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    Every five days at least one child in America will die from choking on food. Dr. Jennifer Ashton spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about what every parent should know about risky foods for children.
  • Can Tiger Win Back Sponsors, Fans?
    2/22/10
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    After publicly apologizing for his indiscretions, Tiger Woods must now repair his image in the eyes of sponsors and fans. Mark Strassmann reports.
  • Tiger Woods' Kids Caught in the Middle
    2/22/10
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    Child Psychologist Jennifer Hartstein discussed how Tiger Woods' children may be reacting to his troubled marriage.
  • Toyota Profits Over Safety?
    2/22/10
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    Newly-released internal documents from before the recalls show Toyota's initiative to end an investigation on safety concerns. Nancy Cordes reports.
  • From Co-Worker to Committed
    2/22/10
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    With office romance on the rise according to a recent CBS News survey, Harry Smith reports on the story of one couple who turned their office encounter into a life-long commitment.
  • Will Tiger's Female Fans Forgive?
    2/19/10
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    Will women's view of Tiger Woods change after his apology? Maxine Page, Senior editor of Radaronline.com, weighs in with her opinion on Woods' apology. Hattie Kauffman reports.
  • Save Big Bucks on Monthly Bills
    2/18/10
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    All You Magazine senior editor Amy Goodman spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about some ideas to save thousands of dollars on monthly bills.
  • Pierce Brosnan on 'The Ghost Writer'
    2/18/10
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    Actor Pierce Brosnan spoke to Harry Smith about his role in the new movie "The Ghost Writer," working with director Roman Polanski, and his successful career.
  • Aunt, Girlfriend on 9-1-1 Death
    2/18/10
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    The aunt and girlfriend of Curtis Mitchell, a Pittsburgh man who died after calling 9-1-1 ten times, spoke to Harry smith about the tragedy and the mistakes made by EMTs.
  • Freed Missionaries Arrive in U.S.
    2/18/10
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    After eight of the 10 American missionaries charged with kidnapping in Haiti arrived in South Florida, Kelly Cobiella reports on the conditions of their freedom.
  • Space Stations' New View
    2/17/10
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    N.A.S.A. unveiled the new observation window installed on the International Space Station.
  • Biden: 'Washington is Broken'
    2/17/10
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    Harry Smith spoke with Vice President Joe Biden about the effect of the stimulus package and the dysfunction in congress.
  • Biden's Focus on Security
    2/17/10
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    In the second part of Harry Smith's exclusive interview with Joe Biden, the Vice President discusses his views Dick Cheney and our current state of security.
  • Major Taliban Capture
    Major Taliban Capture
    Episode 0216
    2/16/10
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    The Taliban's 2nd in command, Mullah Adbul Ghani Baradar was captured in Pakistan, the most significant capture since the war began, reports David Martin.
  • New Credit Card Changes
    2/15/10
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    CBS News financial contributor Ray Martin spoke to Harry Smith about new credit card changes and what consumers need to know.
  • Officials Apologize for 12 Deaths
    2/15/10
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    As 15,00 NATO troops continue to move against the Taliban with a big push into south Afghanistan, U.S. officials report that 12 civilians were killed in a tragic incident. Mandy Clark reports.
  • Professor Tied to Past Gun Violence
    2/15/10
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    As investigations continue into the past of the college professor accused of killing three colleagues, Seth Doane reports on her history of gun violence tied to the death of her brother.
  • Boys Like Girls Get 'Love Drunk'
    2/13/10
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    On this week's "Second Cup Café", Boys Like Girls perform their hit, "Two is Better Than One" off of their new album, "Love Drunk", just in time for Valentines day.
  • 'Best in Show' Dogs
    'Best in Show' Dogs
    Episode 0213
    2/13/10
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    Pampered pups from the upcoming Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show are treated like royalty. Host of the dog show, David Frei speaks with Erica Hill about what dogs to keep our eyes on.
  • Kerrigan Family Case Explained
    2/12/10
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    Legal analyst Jack Ford spoke to Harry Smith about the death of former Olympic ice skater Nancy Kerrigan's father and the details of the case against her brother.
  • Sexy Sleepwear
    Sexy Sleepwear
    Episode 0212
    2/12/10
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    Celebrity Stylist Mary Alice Stevenson showed off sexy sleepwear looks for both men and women this Valentine's Day.
  • A Lovely Rack of Lamb
    A Lovely Rack of Lamb
    Episode 0212
    2/12/10
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    Chef Tim Love, owner of Lonesome Dove Western Bistro in Fortworth, T.X., joins The Early Show to share his romantic dinner recipe for rack of lamb.
  • Bill Clinton Leaves Hospital
    2/12/10
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    Former President Bill Clinton was released from the hospital after a procedure to unclog an artery.
  • Record Storm Paralyzes East Coast
    2/11/10
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    After a record-setting storm hit the east coast, Dave Price reports on air traveler frustration, power outages and accidents that resulted from the winter white-out.
  • Paper or Plastic?
    Paper or Plastic?
    Episode 0211
    2/11/10
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    Financial Contributor Ray Martin discussed the pros and cons of using credit cards less. Debit card usage surged in 2009 as credit usage decreased nearly 50 percent.
  • 12-Year-Old May Face Life in Prison
    2/11/10
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    Jordan Brown, a 12-year-old Penn. boy accused of killing his father's pregnant fiancé could become one of the youngest Americans to face life in prison. Kelly Wallace reports.
  • Professional Puppy Portraits
    2/10/10
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    Pet photographer Amanda Jones uses her portraits to turn sheltered dogs into model pets to inspire families to open their homes to strays. Harry Smith reports
  • Philly Snow: 3 Inches from Record
    2/10/10
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    Penndot Maintenance Official Nick Martino spoke to Dave Price about the second winter storm to hit Philadelphia in less than a week and his major concerns as the blizzard continues.
  • Toyota's Third Recall: Prius Hybrid
    2/9/10
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    After Toyota announced it's third recall in less than six months, Celia Hatton reports on the braking and acceleration problems in the 2010 Prius Hybrid.
  • Dr. Conrad Murray: 'Not Guilty'
    2/9/10
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    Dr. Conrad Murray pled not guilty to manslaughter in court and is free on bail. As Ben Tracy reports, Dr. Murray faces up to four years in jail if convicted.
  • D.C. Workweek Halted for Dig Out
    2/8/10
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    After a winter storm left most of the northeast and the mid Atlantic buried under two to three feet of snow, Nancy Cordes on what the federal government is doing to help residents.
  • Dangers of Adolescent Obesity
    2/8/10
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    Dr. Jennifer Ashton discussed the dangers of adolescent obesity and how to prevent it.
  • Obama Starts Over on Health Care
    2/8/10
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    In an exclusive interview, President Obama spoke with Katie Couric about starting over with Health Care reform and his invitation to Republicans to contribute.
  • Super Bowl Safety
    Super Bowl Safety
    Episode 0206
    2/6/10
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    Safety is a huge concern in Miami for the Super Bowl. Homeland Security is designating the game a "national security special event." Kelly Cobiella reports from Sun Life Stadium.
  • Managing Sports Pain
    Managing Sports Pain
    Episode 0206
    2/6/10
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    Sports can take quite a toll on our bodies, especially as we get older. Erica Hill is joined by Miami Dolphins team physician, Dr. George Caldwell who shows us how to manage those aches and pains.
  • Dow Dip Reflects Wall Street Fears
    2/5/10
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    After the Dow briefly dipped below the 10,000 mark, CBS News's Elaine Quijano reports on one of the worst days on Wall Street since April 2009 reflecting fears about European economic problems.
  • New Orleans Loves Drew Brees
    2/5/10
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    Katie Couric spoke with New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees about the impact he has had on the people of New Orleans.
  • Justin Bieber on YouTube Success
    2/5/10
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    Singer Justin Bieber spoke to Maggie Rodriguez and Julie Chen about his mistake at the Grammy Awards and his rise to success through homemade videos posted on YouTube.
  • Gloria Estefan on Miami, Life
    2/4/10
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    Singer Gloria Estefan spoke to Maggie Rodriguez and Harry Smith about performing in her home town, her band the Miami Sound Machine and her marriage to Latin music producer Emilio Estefan.
  • Gloria Estefan's 'Turn the Beat Around'
    2/4/10
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    Singer Gloria Estefan and the Miami Sound Machine perform "Turn the Beat Around," in Miami Beach.
  • Gloria Estefan's Classic 'Conga'
    2/4/10
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    Singer Gloria Estefan performed her classic hit "Conga" live in Miami, Fla.
  • Teen Girl Survives Shark Attack
    2/3/10
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    A 14-year-old New Zealand girl, Lydia Ward, and her father Tim spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about how she used her boogie board to survive a shark attack.
  • Guy's Guide to Gourmet Grub
    2/3/10
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    GQ Magazine's style editor Adam Rapoport gave Harry Smith some simple cooking tips to turn any guy into an ace in the kitchen including using fresh herbs and caramelizing onions.
  • Super Bowl's Super Commercials
    2/2/10
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    Entertainment Tonight's Lara Spencer spoke to Maggie Rodriguez and Harry Smith about co-hosting "Super Bowl's Greatest Commercials 2010," and picking the best of the decade.
  • Low-Calorie Super Bowl Bash
    2/1/10
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    Men's Health magazine's Matt Goulding discussed how to stay healthy at Super Bowl parties.
  • Poll: Americans in 50 Years?
    2/1/10
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    CBSNews.com's Cali Carlin and Vanity Fair's executive online editor Michael Hogan spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about the latest 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair poll including what America will remember in 50 years.
  • Plane Lands on N.J. Turnpike
    2/1/10
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    A single-engine plane made an emergency landing on the N.J. turnpike. The plane was handling traffic reports for a local TV station. No one was injured.
  • House Call: Sick Kids
    House Call: Sick Kids
    Episode 0201
    2/1/10
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    Dr. Jennifer Ashton reported from home via web cam with great tips to follow when your child stays home sick.
  • Toyota Launches Safety Campaign
    2/1/10
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    After Toyota announced details on how it plans to fix it's huge recall problem, Jeff Glor reports on the aggressive campaign to convince drivers that their vehicles are safe.