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  • Texas Preps for Tropical Storm Alex
    6/29/10
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    South Padre Island, Texas is bracing for the worst of tropical storm Alex once it hits landfall this July 4th weekend. KHOU-TV's Courney Zubowski reports.
  • Tropical Storm Alex Threatens
    6/29/10
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    High winds and waves from tropical storm Alex hamper clean-up efforts in the Gulf. Mark Strassmann reports.
  • New Images of Missing Kyron Horman
    6/25/10
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    Erica Hill spoke with the parents of missing 7-year-old Kyron Horman about the 3 week Ore. search.
  • New Images of Kyron Horman
    6/25/10
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    Parents of 7-year-old Kyron Horman released additional pictures and video of the child missing since early June. Jeff Glor reports
  • What Lies Ahead For Petraeus
    6/24/10
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    Harry Smith talks to Brig. Gen. Anthony Tata, author of "Rogue Threat," about the challenges Gen. Petraeus faces in Afghanistan.
  • Offspring Opposites
    Offspring Opposites
    Episode 0624
    6/24/10
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    Suzanne Riss, Editor-In-Chief, Working Mother Magazine offers tips on how best to handle your kids that are nothing like you.
  • Dolphin Swimming in Oil Dies
    6/24/10
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    Gulf coast rescuers attempted to save a dolphin swimming in oil but it did not survive. Betty Nguyen reports.
  • Bob Dudley Takes Over BP Efforts
    6/23/10
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    Erica Hill spoke with BP Managing Director Bob Dudley who is now in charge plugging the leaking oil well in the Gulf of Mexico.
  • Battle Over Drilling Moratorium
    6/23/10
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    A judge struck down a moratorium on deep-water drilling that left those who rely on the rigs breathing a sigh of relief. Mark Strassmann reports.
  • Diabetes Prevalence Rising
    6/22/10
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    Harry Smith spoke with CVS Caremark's Dr. Andrew J. Sussman about the increased prevalence of Diabetes.
  • Arizona Wildfire Grows
    Arizona Wildfire Grows
    Episode 0622
    6/22/10
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    Wildfires in Arizona spread 15 square miles in two days, cut off the main road to the Grand Canyon and forced the evacuation of 1,000 residents. KPHO's Donna Rossi reports from Flagstaff.
  • Boats Lay Boom off Ala. Coast
    6/22/10
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    More than 100 charter boats worked in unison to lay boom to protect the Alabama coastline from encroaching oil. Cynthia Bowers reports from Florida.
  • Tornado Destroys Mont. Arena
    6/21/10
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    A twister violently tore apart a sports arena in hard hit Billings, Mont. KTVQ-TV's Nikki Laurenzo reports.
  • Slimming Summer Salads
    Slimming Summer Salads
    Episode 0621
    6/21/10
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    Katie Lee showed Erica Hill how to prepare slimming salads for your Summer body.
  • Insanity Defense for van der Sloot?
    6/21/10
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    CBS News legal analyst Jack Ford spoke with Erica Hill on Anita van der Sloot claiming her son suffers from mental problems which may have played a role in the death of Stephany Flores.
  • BP Angers Local Officials
    6/21/10
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    Billy Nungesser, president of Plaquemines Parish, claims that residents could have been better prepared if BP was more up front with their initial estimates in how much oil was leaking into the gulf.
  • Kina Grannis on Second Cup
    6/19/10
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    Kina Grannis won a contest that resulted in 100 million people seeing her video during the 2008 Superbowl. She then used that exposure and social networking sites to build a huge fan base. She performed her song, "Valentine," in the Second Cup Café.
  • Celtics Super-Fan Devastated
    6/18/10
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    Celtics super-fan Tyler McGill walked over 200 miles in a bet and attended the NBA Playoffs only to see his team lose.
  • Death By Firing Squad
    Death By Firing Squad
    Episode 0618
    6/18/10
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    Convicted murderer Ronnie Lee Gardner was shot to death by a firing squad in Utah. It was the first execution of its kind, in the United States, in 14 years.
  • BP Hearing Drama
    BP Hearing Drama
    Episode 0618
    6/18/10
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    BP CEO Tony Hayward dodged questions throughout the third congressional hearing and received a controversial apology from Rep. Joe Barton (R-Texas). Tara Mergener reports.
  • Arizona Wildfire
    Arizona Wildfire
    Episode 0617
    6/17/10
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    Tanker aircraft are being sent to fight a 1,000 acre wildfire in Arizona.
  • Celtics Super Fan Invades L.A.
    6/16/10
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    Harry Smith spoke with Celtics super fan Tyler McGill about his experience at the NBA playoffs.
  • Royals and a Reptile
    Royals and a Reptile
    Episode 0615
    6/15/10
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    Britain's Royal Princes, William and Harry, visit Botswana to promote conservation.
  • Gibbs Defends Administration
    6/15/10
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    Harry Smith talks to White House Press Secretary, Robert Gibbs, about President Obama's upcoming speech.
  • Earthquake Hits Calif.
    Earthquake Hits Calif.
    Episode 0615
    6/15/10
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    A 5.7 aftershock from an Easter Sunday earthquake rocks southern California.
  • Space Capsule Returns Asteroid Samples
    6/14/10
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    Scientists hopes to retrieve the first samples of an asteroid from a Japanese space capsule that returned to Earth. Chris Wragge reports.
  • The Perfect Linguini
    The Perfect Linguini
    Episode 0614
    6/14/10
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    Author and Food Network chef Mario Batali showed Julie Chen how to cook the perfect linguini dish.
  • Celtics Bet: Fan Walks 218 Miles
    6/14/10
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    Celtics fan Tyler McGill walked 218 miles from Boston to New York City to win playoff tickets.
  • Man Amputates Arm Stuck in Furnace
    6/14/10
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    Conn. man Jonathan Metz attempted to amputate his own arm after it became stuck in his furnace for three days. Erica Hill reports.
  • Gulf Sea Floor a Mucky Mess
    6/14/10
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    President Obama will visit oil spill zones in Fla., Ala. And La. and push BP to putting aside billions for clean-up. Mark Strassmann reports.
  • Chef On A Shoestring: Succulent Summer Staples
    Chef Michael Paley from Louisville's "Proof On Main" with recipes for a beet salad with goat cheese, pan roasted salmon and vanilla pudding cake.
  • Brown: 'They Know He Murdered Her'
    6/11/10
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    Maggie Rodriguez gets some perspective in the Joran Van der Sloot case with criminal profiler, Pat Brown.
  • Solar Storms May Interrupt Cell Phones
    6/11/10
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    NASA says intense sun storms have the ability to knock out our power and cell phone signals. Whit Johnson reports.
  • Raging River Collapses Colo. Bridge
    6/9/10
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    A surge of river water caused a Boulder, Colo. bridge to partially collapse. Erica Hill reports.
  • Future of Gulf Coast Fishing Uncertain
    6/8/10
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    Harry Smith spoke with the Louisiana Seafood Board's Ewell Smith and fifth-generation shrimper Kim Chauvin about the economic hardship faced by La. fishermen.
  • Joran van der Sloot Arrested
    6/7/10
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    Murder suspect Joran van der Sloot was seen being paraded around by Peruvian police after he was arrested for the murder of a 21-year-old woman. Jeff Glor reports.
  • Oil Cleanup To Last Months
    6/7/10
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    The inverted funnel-like cap atop the oil well is being closely watched for whether it can make a serious dent in the flow of new oil. Mark Strassman reports.
  • Too Hot to Work?
    Too Hot to Work?
    Episode 0607
    6/7/10
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    Maggie Rodriguez spoke with former Citibank employee Debrahlee Lorenazana and her lawyer about being fired for distracting her coworkers.
  • Clay Aiken Reprises the Classics
    6/5/10
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    Clay Aiken spoke with Shira Lazar on how he chose the songs for his latest album "Tried and True" and what to expect from his upcoming tour with Ruben Studdard.
  • Candace Bushnell Opens Her Diary
    6/5/10
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    Candace Bushnell, writer of "Sex and the City," speaks with Erica Hill and Chris Wragge on her new book "The Carrie Diaries" and how she has reacted to all the attention from her fans.
  • BP's Suttles: Steel Cap Update
    6/4/10
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    Doug Suttles, BP's COO, talks to Maggie Rodriguez about the progress of the oil leak plugging.
  • Armando Galarraga Exclusive Interview
    6/4/10
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    Harry Smith talks to Detroit Tigers' pitcher, Armando Galarraga, about his almost perfect game and the controversy surrounding a bad call by the umpire.
  • Viola Davis Interview
    Viola Davis Interview
    Episode 0603
    6/3/10
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    Actress Viola Davis talks to Harry Smith about her recent Tony nomination for her role in the revival of August Wilson's "Fences."
  • Detroit Tigers Robbed of Perfect Game
    6/3/10
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    Harry Smith spoke with Detroit Free Press's Michael Rosenberg about the umpire error that cost Detroit pitcher Armando Galarraga a perfect game.
  • Natalee, Five Years Later
    6/3/10
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    Joran Van Der Sloot, the prime suspect in the unsolved Natalee Holloway murder is now a suspect for the murder of a woman in Peru.
  • Umpire Error Ruins Perfect Game
    6/3/10
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    Detroit's Armando Galarraga missed his chance at major league baseball history when an umpire called an incorrect call. Harry Smith reports.
  • Handling Awkward Situations
    6/2/10
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    Maggie Rodriguez spoke with author Stephanie Pierson about her new book on what to do when you find yourself in an awkward situation.
  • Reality Producer Faces Arrest
    6/1/10
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    Former reality TV producer Bruce Beresford-Redmond faces extradition to Mexico for the murder of his wife, Monica Beresford-Redmond.
  • Al Qaeda Leader Killed
    Al Qaeda Leader Killed
    Episode 0601
    6/1/10
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    CBS News National Security Analyst Juan Zarate provides perspective on the man considered to be Al Qaeda's number three in command.
  • Summer Sports Safety
    Summer Sports Safety
    Episode 0601
    6/1/10
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    Maggie Rodriguez spoke with Fast Company's Paul Hochman about safety gear for outdoor Summer activities.
  • Elizabeth Edwards' Custody "Plan"
    6/1/10
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    Elizabeth Edwards is reportedly looking into whether her 28-year-old daughter, Kate, can assume legal guardianship over her two youngest children.