The Early Show - Season 201004

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  • Goldman Sachs Under Fire
    4/30/10
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    Federal prosecutors have begun a criminal investigation to find out if anyone at Goldman Sachs intentionally committed fraud. Rebecca Jarvis has the latest from Wall Street.
  • Betty Nguyen Revisits Place Her American Story Began
    Her family symbolizes the Vietnamese refugee saga. She and her mother came to a tent city in California 35 years ago. She was a baby. She and her mom returned to the site -- now an open field -- marking the anniversary of the Vietnam War's end. Nguyen filed an emotional report.moreless
  • Border Battle
    Border Battle
    Episode 0430
    4/30/10
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    The national debate on immigration grows louder as more people take action against Arizona's new law. Bill Whitaker reports.
  • Roller Coaster Ears
    Roller Coaster Ears
    Episode 0430
    4/30/10
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    A new study concludes that high-speed roller coasters can be dangerous to your ears.
  • Kate Nash Live in Studio
    4/30/10
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    Britain's pop princess performs "Do-Wah-Doo" from her new album, "My Best Friend Is You."
  • G.O.P., Dems Begin Financial Reform Debate
    President Obama was content after Republicans allowed the financial reform bill to be debated in the Senate. As Nancy Cordes reports, the G.O.P. will still have opportunities to change the bill.
  • Relief on Runways
    Relief on Runways
    Episode 0429
    4/29/10
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    Rules go in to effect Thursday restricting how long a plane can sit on a runway. CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg reports on the "Passenger Bill of Rights."
  • Ways to Monitor Your Credit
    4/29/10
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    Maggie Rodriguez spoke with financial advisor Ray Martin about where to get a truly free credit report.
  • Violence Erupts in Ukraine Parliament
    4/27/10
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    Fights broke out in the Ukrainian Parliament as lawmakers opposed to an extension of a court-leasing agreement with Russia in exchange for cheaper gas prices. Betty Nguyen reports.
  • Pros, Cons of Reverse Mortgages
    4/27/10
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    Business Correspondent Rebecca Jarvis discussed who can benefit from a reverse mortgage.
  • Bonaduce on Child Stardom, Pressure
    4/27/10
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    Radio host and former child actor Danny Bonaduce talks to Maggie Rodriguez about the current Lindsay Lohan situation.
  • Nadia Bloom Back at Home
    4/26/10
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    Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Nadia Bloom and her parents after her ordeal in a Fla. swamp.
  • Sec. Geithner on Fixing Wall Street
    4/22/10
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    Harry Smiths spoke with Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner about the likelihood that financial reform will pass.
  • Window Fall Tragedy
    Window Fall Tragedy
    Episode 0421
    4/21/10
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    Falls through windows account for 4,000 childhood injuries per year. Susan Koeppen reports on a mother devastated by a window fall.
  • Knocking Out Chicago Gang Violence
    4/20/10
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    Chicago woman, Sally Hazelgrove starts boxing group for troubled kids to help keep them out of gangs. Betty Nguyen reports.
  • 6-Year-Old Plays Carnegie Hall
    4/19/10
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    Carnegie Hall awarded 6-year-old Ohio pianist Gavin George an award and an opportunity to play at the famed theater.
  • Ladies Win Big At ACM Awards
    4/19/10
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    Keri Underwood became the first woman to win entertainer of the year for the second time at the Academy of Country Music Awards. Tara Mergener reports.
  • Oklahoma City Bombing Anniversary
    4/19/10
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    On the anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing, Bob Orr reports on whether we are safer now than before.
  • Comedians Joke About the Week
    4/16/10
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    Comedians Christian Finnegan, Maureen Langan, and Chuck Nice lighten the mood on the set of The Early Show by giving an amusing take on this week in review.
  • Ash Leaves Travelers Stranded
    4/16/10
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    Travel Guru Peter Greenberg gives his insight from the ground at London's Heathrow Airport where a plume of volcanic ash has canceled thousands of flights worldwide.
  • Stocks Sustain Momentum
    4/15/10
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    Maggie Rodriguez spoke with correspondent Rebecca Jarvis about positive earnings reports and new job creation.
  • Nadia Bloom's Days in the Swamp
    4/15/10
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    Nadia Bloom's parents spoke publicly about the harrowing ordeal their daughter went through after getting lost in a Fla. swamp.
  • Weight and Breast Cancer Risk
    4/15/10
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    Dr. Jennifer Ashton discussed a new study on the correlation between weight and breast cancer.
  • First Lady in Mexico
    First Lady in Mexico
    Episode 0414
    4/14/10
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    Michelle Obama in Mexico on first state visit by herself following a surprise stop in Haiti. Bill Whittaker reports from Mexico City.
  • Massive Earthquake in China
    4/14/10
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    400 dead, 10,000 injured in 6.9 quake in the western Qinghai province. Huge rescue operation underway. Peter Sharp reports from Beijing
  • Nuke Summit Seen As Good Start
    4/14/10
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    President Obama's nuclear summit is over. Next on his agenda are U.N. sanctions against Iran. Bill Plante reports from the White House.
  • Attorney: Md. Police Lied
    4/14/10
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    Harry Smith spoke with attorney Terrell Roberts who represents Jack McKenna, the Univ. of Maryland student involved in a police brutality case.
  • Foods to Fight Alzheimer's
    4/13/10
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    New study links healthy diet to 40 percent reduced risk of Alzheimer's. Harry Smith talks to Medical Correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton.
  • Stock Market On A Roll
    Stock Market On A Roll
    Episode 0413
    4/13/10
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    Dow closes above 11K for the first time since Fall 2008. Up 68% since March lows in 2009. Maggie Rodriguez gets some perspective from Rebecca Jarvis.
  • Calif. Water Rescue Caught on Tape
    4/13/10
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    A dramatic rescue was caught on tape after a woman's car crashed into a raging river. As Betty Nguyen reports, the woman's husband and son did not survive.
  • Owls in the City
    Owls in the City
    Episode 0412
    4/12/10
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    Animal expert Jarod Miller showed off several types of owls that can be found in urban areas.
  • Adoption Outrage
    Adoption Outrage
    Episode 0412
    4/12/10
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    Maggie Rodriguez interviews Joyce Sterkel, from The Ranch For Kids Project on the problems some parents encounter with international adoptions.
  • Former 'Survivor' Producer's Wife Murdered
    A former Survivor producer's wife was found dead in Cancun, Mexico and police believe he is the primary suspect.
  • Tiger's Emotional New Commercial
    4/8/10
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    Maggie Rodriguez and AdWeek's Barbara Lipford discussed Tiger Woods new commercial, which features the voice of his dead father.
  • Manchin: 'Sliver of Hope'
    4/8/10
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    Maggie Rodriguez interviews W.Va. Gov. Joe Manchin on the latest efforts to rescue 4 miners trapped underground.
  • Bomb Scare Passenger on Incidnent
    4/8/10
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    Harry Smith spoke with Tim Burney who was a passenger on United flight 663 which experienced a bomb scare that turned out to be a misunderstanding.
  • Mid-Air Shoe Bomb Scare
    4/8/10
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    Air Marshals were triggered when a Qatari diplomat went to the lavatory to allegedly smoke a cigarette and made a reference to a shoe bomb. Bob Orr reports.
  • New Nuclear Arms Pact Signed
    4/8/10
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    President Obama signs a major pact with Russian President Medvedev, cutting the number of nuclear weapons by a third. Chip Reid reports from Prague on what the White House calls an historic agreement.
  • Mine Explosion Investigation
    4/7/10
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    Mine Safety and Health Administration's Joseph Main discussed the investigation into the cause of the Montcoal, W. Va. mine explosion.
  • Obama's Afghan Problem
    Obama's Afghan Problem
    Episode 0407
    4/7/10
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    President Hamid Karzai's criticisms of the U.S. are straining relations with the Obama administration. Bill Plante reports from Washington about the tension that could derail a scheduled visit by the Afghan leader next month.
  • High-Heels For Spring and Summer
    4/6/10
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    Early Show Style Contributor Katrina Szish shows Betty Nguyen the latest trends in summer heels that can take an outfit from drab to fab.
  • Whale Joins Surfer's Cancer Crusade
    4/5/10
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    Maggie Rodriguez spoke with professional surfer Jodie Nelson who embarked on a 40-mile journey across the Pacific Ocean to raise money for breast cancer. Nelson was joined by a whale for most of the trip.
  • Woman Gives Birth Twice in a Week
    4/5/10
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    In HealthWatch, an Ohio woman gave birth to twins one week apart. Harry Smith spoke with the couple about the status of their twins.
  • Chinese Miners Survive Week-Long Saga
    4/5/10
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    In North-Central China, over 100 coalminers survived a week underground and were finally rescued. Sky News' Peter Sharp reports.
  • Amy Grant, 'Better Than Hallelujah'
    4/3/10
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    In this week's 'Second Cup Café', one of music's most successful artists, Grammy-award winner, Amy Grant will perform "Better Than Hallelujah" from her album, "Somewhere Down the Road."
  • Bronx Zoo's New Addition
    4/3/10
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    The Bronx Zoo in New York has a new addition, Gertrude the monkey was born in the zoo last September but kept out of the public eye until now.
  • Real-Life "Hoosiers" Reunion
    4/3/10
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    Five players from the high-school basketball championship team from 1954 whose story inspired the movie "Hoosiers" joined Chris Wragge in a very special reunion.
  • Backstage with Amy Grant
    4/3/10
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    Here to put your hearts in motion is grammy award winning artist Amy Grant who stopped by the set of Backstage Live at the Saturday Early Show to discuss her new album "Somewhere Down The Road."
  • Ready, Set, Stretch
    Ready, Set, Stretch
    Episode 0403
    4/3/10
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    We know that stretching is good for us, but most of us have no idea when or how to do it. Personal trainer, Tanya Becker shows Dave Price and Rebecca Jarvis how to stretch properly. For More Information Visit: www.physique57.com
  • Laughing About the Last Week
    4/2/10
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    Comedians Mo Rocca, Iliza Shlesinger, and Kevin Hall join The Early Show to add comic relief to the week in review.
  • What Makes People 'Undateable'
    4/1/10
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    A panel of dating experts discussed the qualities in men and women that make them undateable.
  • Keeping Goats as Pets
    Keeping Goats as Pets
    Episode 0401
    4/1/10
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    CBS contributor Priya David profiles Portland, Oregon residents who have taken advantage of the city's pet laws and have replaced dogs as man's best friend, with goats.
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