The Early Show - Season 201003

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  • Advertising with QR Codes
    3/31/10
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    CNET's Natali Del Conte showed how QR codes may change the future of advertising. Customers scan the codes with their cell phones to receive information.
  • Details of United Flight's Close Call
    3/31/10
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    A United Airlines plane carrying passengers nearly avoided a commuter plane upon take-off from Northern Calif. Nancy Cordes reports.
  • Rhode Island's Record Flood
    3/31/10
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    The Pawtuxet River in Rhode Island is expected to crest 10' above flood stage after record rainfall as residents try to cope, reports Whit Johnston.
  • Miami Carnival's Repeated Scares
    3/31/10
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    People were rescued from a ride after an afternoon ordeal at a carnival with a checkered past, reports Kelly Cobiella.
  • Erykah Badu Bares All in Public
    3/31/10
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    Singer Erykah Badu's new video shows the artist stripping naked and faking her death at the site where President Kennedy was assassinated.
  • Dissecting Midair Close Call
    3/31/10
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    Travel expert Peter Greenberg discussed the close call between a United flight and a commuter plane in Calif. and the system that prevents midair collisions
  • On Alert After Moscow Bombings
    3/30/10
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    Terrorism expert Steven Emerson discussed the vulnerability of U.S. cities and transit systems following the Moscow subway suicide-bombing.
  • The Dangers of Bullying
    3/30/10
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    Bullying expert Barbara Coloroso and parent Luke Gelinas discussed the tragic suicide of a teen girl after she was frequently picked on.
  • NASA Comes to Toyota's Aid
    3/30/10
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    Still under federal investigation, Toyota sales rebound as NASA begins research into the complex problems of unintended acceleration in so many Toyota cars, reports Dean Reynolds.
  • Victims Point Finger at Pope
    3/26/10
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    Victims of priest abuse at a school for the deaf in Milwaukee, Wis. are pointing the finger at Pope Benedict for doing nothing at the time. Allen Pizzey reports.
  • Police Confront 'Flash Mob' Mentality
    3/26/10
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    Manuel Gallegus reports on how police are confronting new mob mentality created by the group Flash Mobs that uses social networking sites to create instant gathering sites in public place.
  • Video Would Be 'Continually Harmful'
    3/25/10
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    Jon Mills, attorney for Dawn Brancheau's family, spoke to Harry Smith about the case surrounding the video showing the SeaWorld trainer's death and how the family is coping.
  • Burglarized by Facebook Friend
    3/25/10
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    A couple believes one of their Facebook friends burglarized their home after they publicly posted that they would not be home that night. Maggie Rodriguez reports.
  • FDA: New Tanning Bed Restrictions?
    3/25/10
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    Dr. Jennifer Ashton spoke to Harry Smith about the FDA's hearing to propose new indoor tanning regulations based on research linking tanning beds to skin cancer and gave some tips to prevent melanoma.
  • Joss Stone Performs 'Stalemate'
    3/25/10
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    Singer and songwriter Joss Stone performs "Stalemate," the latest single off her new album "Colour Me Free," with singer Jamie Hartman.
  • Caught on Tape: Horses Loose on Roads
    3/25/10
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    Betty Nguyen reports on an odd traffic hazard in Chula Vista, Calif., when a herd of nearly a dozen horses got lose and were running down major roads.
  • Baby Sling Recall
    Baby Sling Recall
    Episode 0324
    3/24/10
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    The Consumer Product Safety Commission recalls one million baby slings after suffocation risks are confirmed in some models, reports Susan Koeppen.
  • Car Trapped by Oblivious Truck Driver
    3/23/10
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    An extraordinary Youtube video shows a British woman stuck in her car as it was pushed at high speed by a semi-truck. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
  • Glacier Volcano Erupts on Tape
    3/22/10
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    Caught on Tape: A volcano near a glacier erupted in Southern Iceland prompting evacuations due to flood concerns and the possibility of a second eruption. Betty Nguyen reports.
  • Heath Care Reform, Historic Victory
    3/22/10
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    As health care bill passed in the house of representatives with a final vote of 219 to 212, Nancy Cordes reports on the historic win and sense of relief for democrats and President Obama.
  • Social Networking and Suicide
    3/22/10
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    Child Psychologist Dr. Jennifer Hartstein discussed the warning signs for parents of suicidal children and where to get help.
  • Health Care Reform Hopes, Concerns
    3/22/10
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    After President Obama's historic health care legislation passed in the House of Representatives, Harry Smith spoke to several people about how they think the bill will affect their lives.
  • Health Reform Historic, Confusing
    3/22/10
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    Though President Obama's health care reform bill was passed, the Senate must still pass an amendment to the bill. Chip Reid reports.
  • Mighty Solutions to Dust Mites
    3/20/10
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    Home and lifestyle expert Laura Dellutri taught Kaylee Hartung and Lonnie Quinn how to keep their allergies at bay with preventative measures against dust mites in the bedroom and germs in the kitchen.
  • Spring Allergy Busters
    Spring Allergy Busters
    Episode 0320
    3/20/10
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    April usually brings allergies to about 40 million Americans. House & Lifestyle expert, Laura Dellutri shows us the ultimate spring cleaning to rid your home of pollen, dust and dirt.
  • Craig Morgan's "Bonfire"
    3/20/10
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    One of country music's biggest stars, Craig Morgan is in this week's "Second Cup Café". He will perform "Bonfire" from his latest CD, "That's Why".
  • Jay Leno's Early Show Spoof
    3/19/10
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    Late night host Jay Leno spoofed an Early Show segment on spring break precautions.
  • Davy Crockett Actor Dies
    3/19/10
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    Actor Fess Parker died at him home in Southern Calif. Parker is best known as Davy Crockett on the 1950s Disney TV show.
  • Backyard Amusement Park
    3/19/10
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    David Gregg, senior editor of behindthebuy.com, brought a few of his really big toys to The Early Show's Spring fling to show how you can build an amusement park in your own backyard.
  • Comics Take on Sandra Bullock, Tiger Woods
    Comedians Christian Finnegan, Judy Gold and Chuck Nice reviewed the week's big headlines from Rielle Hunter to Tiger Woods' return to golf.
  • 48 Hours: 'In Too Deep' Sneak Peek
    3/18/10
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    "48 Hours Mystery" correspondent Maureen Maher spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about an upcoming report, "In Too Deep," and answers questions about the 2005 Texas murder case.
  • Avoiding the Dreaded Tax Audit
    3/18/10
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    Financial adviser Ray Martin joins the Early Show to share tips on how to prevent raising red flags when filing taxes and avoiding an IRS audit.
  • Dems Push to Pass Health Bill
    3/18/10
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    As house democratic leaders plan an upcoming vote to pass health care reform, Nancy Cordes reports a number of members are undecided because a copy of the bill hasn't yet been released.
  • Passenger Endured 16 Hour Delay
    3/17/10
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    Passenger David Martin was on the Virgin America flight that was delayed for 16 hours. Martin used his iPhone to post online updates on the ordeal.
  • Non-Melanoma Cancer
    Non-Melanoma Cancer
    Episode 0316
    3/16/10
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    Dr. Jennifer Ashton discussed a study that found that non-melanoma skin cancer is increasing at an alarming rate.
  • Northeast States Flooded
    3/16/10
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    Submerged cars and basements tell the tale of the worst flooding in more than 10 years, David Wade from WBZ-TV in Boston, Mass.
  • Workplace Perfume Precedent
    3/16/10
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    Labor and Employment Lawyer Joelle Sharman discussed a settlement to a Detroit, Mich. woman after she complained about a coworker's perfume.
  • Manly Organic Meals
    Manly Organic Meals
    Episode 0316
    3/16/10
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    Matt Bean of 'Men's Health Magazine' joined The Early Show to explain the healthy benefits that organic foods can have in a man's diet.
  • New Hi-Tech Housewares
    New Hi-Tech Housewares
    Episode 0316
    3/16/10
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    BehindTheBuy.com's David Gregg showed off new products from the 2010 International Home and Housewares Show.
  • Health Care Reform Lacks Votes
    3/15/10
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    Erica Hill spoke with Face the Nation host Bob Schieffer about the lack of votes needed to pass health care reform despite the White House's optimistic deadline.
  • SNL Takes on Harry's Colonoscopy
    3/15/10
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    "The Early Show" anchors spoke about Harry Smith's on-air colonoscopy appearing on an episode of NBC's "Saturday Night Live."
  • Mexico Spring Break Warning
    3/15/10
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    With hundreds of thousands of young people spending their spring break in Mexico, Bill Whitaker reports on the major upswing on drug related gang violence.
  • From Coma to Creative Genius
    3/13/10
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    A former street fighter from the wrong side of the tracks fell into a coma and woke up a changed man with a passion of art he'd never known before. Mark Phillips reports.
  • Brain Boosting Changes Body
    3/13/10
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    Many people don't think about taking care of their brains. Author, Dr. Daniel Amen, speaks with Chris Wragge about building a better body using our brains.
  • 'The Favorite Child'
    'The Favorite Child'
    Episode 0312
    3/12/10
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    Author Ellen Weber discussed her theory that favoring one child more than others affect that child's upbringing.
  • Comic Take on Current Headlines
    3/12/10
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    Harry Smith spoke to comedians about their comic take on Lindsay Lohan's E-Trade commercial complaint, Conan O'Brien's return to stand-up, Tiger Woods' return to golf and more.
  • 48 Hours Probes 1992 Murder Case
    3/12/10
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    48 Hours Mystery's Erin Moriarty previews an upcoming report, "The Girl Who Knew too Much," about a 19-year-old college student found murdered in her car and the search for her real killer.
  • Michael Irvin on Controversial Athletes
    3/12/10
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    Football Hall-of-Famer Michael Irvin discussed the temptations professional athletes face as celebrities.
  • Warning Expected for Baby Slings
    3/12/10
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    Erica Hill spoke with "Kids in Danger" director Nancy Cowles about an expected warning by the CPSC about the risks of baby slings.
  • Yemen's Emerging Terror Threat
    3/12/10
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    An American arrested in Yemen on suspected terrorism charges was linked to the same al Qaeda branch that sponsored the attempted Christmas day bombing. Bob Orr reports.
  • Dangers of Baby Slings
    Dangers of Baby Slings
    Episode 0312
    3/12/10
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    A woman whose baby suffocated while sleeping in a baby sling is suing manufacturer Infantino. Elaine Quijano reports.
  • AT&T Rep. Saved Man's Life
    3/11/10
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    Ron Zivin suffered a heart attack while on the phone with an AT&T operator who acted quickly and called 9-1-1. Zivin had an emotional reunion with the phone operator.
  • Mexican Tycoon Tops Forbes List
    3/11/10
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    Forbes magazine's 2010 list of the world's richest people is topped by Mexican telecom king Carlos Slim. This is the first time a non-American tops the list since 1997.
  • "Acculift" Facelift Method on the Rise
    3/11/10
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    The Acculift anti-aging procedure is the latest trend in the quest to look better and younger. Erica Hill spoke with facial plastic surgeon Dr. Jon Turk to explain the new method.
  • Crusade for Clean Water
    3/10/10
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    Grammy Award winner Kenna climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro with actor Emile Hirsch and others for an MTV documentary film that sheds light on the scarcity of water for many people in the world and the urgency to care for it as a precious resource.
  • Actor Corey Haim Found Dead
    3/10/10
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    1980s actor Corey Haim was found dead, police say the 38-year-old's death appears accidental.
  • Boy's Harrowing 9-1-1 Call
    3/10/10
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    A 7-year-old Calif. boy is being called a hero after calling 9-1-1 when his parents were held at gunpoint in their home. Whit Johnson reports.
  • Letterman Extortionist: Guilty
    3/10/10
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    Former CBS News producer Joe Halderman pled guilty to attempted grand larceny in a case that forced The Late Show's David Letterman to admit publicly to his affairs with employees.
  • Tornado Season Powers Up
    3/9/10
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    A massive Okla. twister kicks off what some forecasters are predicting will be a rough tornado season, reports Dave Price.
  • Pringles Flavors Recalled
    3/9/10
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    Proctor & Gamble recalled their Taco Night and Cheeseburger flavors of Pringles potato chips. Erica Hill reports.
  • Backstage with Jamie Cullum
    3/9/10
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    British jazz-pop sensation Jamie Cullum spoke with Lauren Wanko backstage at The Saturday Early Show taking fan questions on his musical inspirations, possible collaborations, and what he would bring with him if stranded on a deserted island.
  • A Little Bit Married
    A Little Bit Married
    Episode 0309
    3/9/10
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    Harry Smith spoke with Author Hannah Seligson and real-life couples about whether moving in together is the right thing to do before marriage.
  • Oprah Winfrey, Gabourey Sidibe on Oscars
    Oprah Winfrey and actress Gabourey Sidibe of "Precious" spoke to Harry Smith outside the Governors Ball about the Academy Awards and Oprah's introduction.
  • Oscar Moments: Best and Worst
    3/8/10
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    US Weekly magazine senior editor Ian Drew and CBS News contributor Mo Rocca spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about the best and worst moments during the 82nd Annual Academy Awards.
  • Iraqi Voters Defy Insurgent Violence
    3/8/10
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    In an attempt to intimidate Iraqi voters on election day, insurgents attacked polling stations killing at least 36 people. Elizabeth Palmer reports on the historic elections in Iraq.
  • Naval Capt. Demoted for Cruelty
    3/5/10
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    CBS News national security correspondent David Martin reports on the demotion of Naval Capt. Holly Graf for reported cruelty and maltreatment of her crew.
  • Knox's Mother: 'This Will Get Fixed'
    3/5/10
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    Amanda Knox's mother Edda Mellas spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about the new information released by the judges in Italy about convicted Knox of murder.
  • Man Rescued from Train Tracks
    3/5/10
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    Caught on Tape: A Phoenix, Ariz. man stumbled onto subway tracks as a train was entering the station. Police officers acted quickly to rescue the man from the tracks.
  • Hudson Hero to Retire Wings
    3/4/10
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    Miracle on the Hudson pilot Capt. Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger, author of "Highest Duty," spoke to Maggie Rodriguez about retiring from U.S. airways after 30 years and what he plans to do next.
  • FDA Acts Against Faulty Food Labels
    3/4/10
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    The Food and Drug Administration is taking action against misleading food labeling. Michelle Gielan reports on the violation warnings against 17 companies.
  • Choosing Healthier Snacks
    3/3/10
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    Dr. Jennifer Ashton discussed the link between junk food and childhood obesity and explained how to snack healthily.
  • Kid Directs Planes at JFK Airport
    3/3/10
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    The FAA is investigating an incident where a child is heard directing air traffic from the tower at JFK in New York, the nation's sixth largest airport, reports Kelly Wallace.
  • The Dating Pre-Nup
    The Dating Pre-Nup
    Episode 0303
    3/3/10
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    Real-life couple Sara Benincasa and John DeVore and Judge Michele Lowrance explained the dating pre-nuptial agreement which outlines what happens when a couple breaks up.
  • Reducing Financial Fees
    3/3/10
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    Peter Pham from Billshrink.com shares consumer tips for reducing bank and credit card fees and other ways to save money with Maggie Rodriguez.
  • Stronger Quake, Less Destruction
    3/1/10
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    The massive 8.8 earthquake that struck Chile was more powerful than the quake in Haiti but has a smaller death toll due to tough construction standards. Mark Strassmann reports.
  • Warm Winter Cocktails
    Warm Winter Cocktails
    Episode 0301
    3/1/10
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    Carlyle Hotel mixologist Brian Van Flandern showed Harry Smith how to make classic hot cocktails.
  • Warning Signs of Teen Depression
    3/1/10
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    Psychologist Jennifer Hartstein discussed the death of Marie Osmond's son and ways to deal with depressed adolescents.
  • Wild Crash Caught on Tape
    3/1/10
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    Caught on Tape: An Ohio police officer was conducting a routine traffic stop when a car slide and struck him. Erica Hill reports.
  • Chile Death Toll Hits 700
    3/1/10
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    As Chile recovers from a devastating 8.8 magnitude earthquake and a resulting tsunami that flooded coastal towns, Mark Strassman reports from Santiago on the conditions after the catastrophe.