The Early Show - Season 201007

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  • Chef On A Shoestring: Special Wedding Edition
    Josh Kroner, chef and owner of the Hudson Valley's Terrapin Restaurant, serves up a special wedding meal with grilled peaches, garlicky shrimp, pepper and cheese rollatini, bacon and onion turnovers, tuna tartar, glazed duck and a tower of wedding cupcakes.
  • Under the Radar: 07/31/10
    7/31/10
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    On this week's "Under The Radar," Chris Wragge and Lonnie Quinn share videos of a man who made it in to the Guinness Book of World Records for growing the longest ear hairs; and two 6-year-old hockey players who are already fighting on the ice.
  • Ariz. Immigration Law into Effect
    7/30/10
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    Arizona's immigration law went into effect prompting demonstrations from those who oppose the controversial legislation. John Blackstone reports.
  • Cyndi Lauper Sings the Blues
    7/30/10
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    The one-and-only Cyndi Lauper performs as part of "The Early Show" Summer Concert Series and then has a chat with Harry Smith.
  • Wrangling Over Charlie Rangel
    7/30/10
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    Rep. Charles Rangel was charged with 13 ethics violations and his trial is likely to make Democrats unlikely. Sharyl Attkisson reports.
  • Making Family Vacation Simple
    7/29/10
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    Parents know that taking a family vacation requires extra planning. CNET's Molly Wood talks with Travelocity's Genevieve Shaw Brown about where to look for fun-filled, travel deals. Then, take a look at gadgets that may make your next trip easier and safer in this episode of CBSNews.com's "Eye on Parenting."
  • Abby Guerra's Family Seeking Answers
    7/29/10
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    Harry Smith interviews the family of Abby Guerra about the tragic identity mix-up following a report by Hattie Kauffman.
  • Harry Smith's Dream Job
    7/29/10
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    Harry Smith tries the life of a ranch hand in Texas for his Dream Job.
  • C-17 Jet Crashes in Alaska
    7/29/10
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    A C-17 jet was practicing for an upcoming air show in Alaska when the plane went down and exploded. As Betty Nguyen reports, all four passengers are assumed dead.
  • Chelsea to Marry in Rhinebeck, N.Y.
    7/29/10
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    Photos of a glass-front tent structure in Rhinebeck, N.Y. confirm that Chelsea Clinton's wedding will be held there. Elaine Quijano reports.
  • Day 100: Where is the Oil?
    7/28/10
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    Skimmers cleaning up crude floating on the Gulf are having trouble finding oil. As Mark Strassmann reports, scientists believe the majority of the oil is below the surface.
  • Chelsea Clinton Wearing Wang?
    7/28/10
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    Chelsea Clinton's wedding preparations are underway in Rhinebeck, N.Y. while the bride is spotted at Vera Wang. Elaine Quijano reports.
  • Mother and Daughter Murders
    7/28/10
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    Maryland police are searching for a serial killer that is linked to two mother and daughter murders. Whit Johnson reports.
  • Formula Truck Crash on Tape
    7/28/10
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    Spectacular video of a Formula Truck race where one semi goes airborne. No one was injured.
  • Deadly Plane Crash in Pakistan
    7/28/10
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    A Pakistani jet crashed in to the hills surrounding Islamabad. All 152 passengers are presumed dead. Mark Phillips reports.
  • Rice Paddy Art
    Rice Paddy Art
    Episode 0728
    7/28/10
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    A small village in Japan is attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors each year because of its rice paddy art. Celia Hatton reports.
  • Who is Chelsea Clinton's Fiance?
    7/27/10
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    Chelsea Clinton met her fiance as a teenager and the couple has similar family backgrounds. Elaine Quijano reports.
  • Lost Children: Tips for Parents
    7/27/10
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    Every day more than 2000 children get lost or go missing. Susan Koeppen tested whether strangers are more likely to rescue a lost dog than a lost child.
  • WikiLeaks Exposes War Secrets
    7/26/10
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    Wikileaks.org released confidential Afghan war records to the New York Times and Britian's Guardian newspaper revealing incidents of Afghan civilians killed by NATO forces. Mark Phillips Reports.
  • Jobless and Living at Home
    7/26/10
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    Julie Chen spoke with Financial Analyst Ray Martin about advice for parents whose adult children are moving back into the home.
  • Tropical Storm Heading to Key West
    7/23/10
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    Key West, Florida resident are packing sand bags and bracing for tropical storm Bonnie. Don Teague reports.
  • Chef Spike's 'We The Pizza'
    7/22/10
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    Chef Spike showed Harry Smith how to put a twist on classic comfort foods like mac and cheese, burgers and pizza.
  • Siblings Team Up for Amputee Camp
    7/22/10
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    Harry Smith spoke with "Rules of Engagement" star Bianca Kajlich and her brother Andre Kajlich about a summer camp for amputee children.
  • Gulf Cleanup Efforts At Risk
    7/22/10
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    A storm may be heading toward the Gulf oil spill and could delay cleanup efforts for days. Kelly Cobiella reports.
  • Sherrod Gets Job Offer, Speaks Out
    7/22/10
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    Erica Hill spoke with former USDA official Shirley Sherrod about her racially charged firing and whether she will accept a new job offer in the Agriculture Dept.
  • White House Apologizes to Sherrod
    7/22/10
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    The Obama administration apologized to former USDA official Shirley Sherrod one day after forcing her resignation due to an edited video that implies Sherrod discriminated against a white farmer.
  • United Flight's Violent Turbulence
    7/21/10
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    United Airlines flight 967 was forced to land after violent turbulence injured passengers. Michelle Griego reports.
  • White House Salutes Broadway Musicals
    7/20/10
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    President Obama and the First Lady enjoyed a night of entertainment from Broadway's finest. As Betty Nguyen reports, actor Nathan Lane hosted the event.
  • 'Inception' Sparks Interest in Dreams
    7/20/10
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    Erica Hill spoke with The New York Daily News' Lauren Lawrence about how to better understand our dreams.
  • Lindsay Lohan to Begin Jail Sentence
    7/20/10
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    Harry Smith spoke with celebrity attorney Tom Mesereau about troubled actress Lindsay Lohan's jail sentence and how much time she will actually serve.
  • Avoid Luggage Fees
    Avoid Luggage Fees
    Episode 0719
    7/19/10
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    Jeff Glor spoke with travel editor Peter Greenburg about how to ship your luggage ahead of time and avoid airline baggage fees.
  • Politics of Presidential Vacations
    7/19/10
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    Presidential vacation criticism is a time-honored tradition and President Obama could not escape it when he took his family to Maine for the weekend.
  • Fishing Returns to Gulf
    7/19/10
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    For the first time in nearly three months residents around the Gulf of Mexico are finally heading out to sea to cast their reels and hope the fish are still biting. Harry Smith reports.
  • Earthquake Hits Washington, D.C.
    7/16/10
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    Washington, D.C. was struck by an earthquake with a magnitude of 3.6. Tara Mergener reports.
  • Upper Midwest Twisters on Tape
    7/15/10
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    Dave Price discussed the wicked weather in the upper Midwest where tornadoes were caught on tape touching down.
  • Missing Calif. Girl Found in Phoenix 7 Years Later
    A 7-year-old girl, abducted from California as an infant was found in Phoenix, Ariz. Hattie Kauffman reports.
  • Who Made the Chelsea Clinton Guest List?
    7/15/10
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    Michelle Miller talks to the editor of the Hudson Valley News to get the scoop on the event of the summer: Chelsea Clinton's wedding.
  • Steinbrenner All-Star Game Tribute
    7/14/10
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    Before the MLB All-Star game, players and fans paid tribute to iconic Yankees owner George Steinbrenner III. Bill Whitaker reports.
  • Barefoot Bandit in a Miami Court
    7/14/10
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    Colton Harris-Moore A.K.A. the "Barefoot Bandit," will face burglary charges in a U.S. courtroom after leaving the Bahamas with minimal charges. Jeff Glor reports.
  • Turn Trash to Decorating Treasure
    7/14/10
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    The Insider's Lara Spencer revealed her secret love for interior decorating and showed Harry Smith how easy it is to make over used furniture.
  • More Mel Gibson Mel-odrama
    7/14/10
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    More angry audio of Mel Gibson surfaces and this time his target is Hispanics. Ben Tracy reports.
  • Teen Role Models Gone Wild
    7/13/10
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    Erica Hill spoke with Child Psychologist Jennifer Hartstein about how to help kids cope when their celebrity role models change.
  • BP: Close to Capping Leak
    7/12/10
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    BP now says it will be days until the oil leak in the Gulf is finally capped. As Mark Strassmann reports, relief wells are also a critical part of the stopping the leak.
  • World Cup Bombing in Uganda
    7/12/10
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    Officials now suspect two suicide bombers set off explosions in the capital of Kampala killing at least 64 people including one American as they watched the World Cup final. Richard Roth reports.
  • U.S. Embassy on Uganda Bombing
    7/12/10
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    Joann Lockard, spokesperson for the U.S. embassy in Uganda, spoke with Erica Hill on the intended target of the suicide bombing in the capital of Kampala which killed at least 64 people.
  • Hollywood's Hottest Hotties
    7/10/10
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    Amy Palmer, Senior Writer for In Touch Weekly, talks about the magazine's list of sizzling stars in Tinseltown.
  • Chef On A Shoestring: Light, Hot and Seasonal
    Christopher Kostow, from Napa Valley's Meadowood Restaurant, serves up tomato and fruit salad, grilled cod with corn and bacon, and strawberry soup for dessert.
  • Lindsay Lohan's Dad on Jail Time
    7/9/10
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    Chris Wragge spoke with actress Lindsay Lohan's father Michael Lohan on his daughter's drug addictions and his request that the judge force her into rehab.
  • Kidnapped Mo. Girl's Homecoming
    7/9/10
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    Friends and relatives celebrated the return of kidnapped 4-year-old Alisa Meier. Dean Reynolds reports.
  • Will Jail Help Lindsay Lohan?
    7/8/10
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    Chris Wragge spoke with intervention specialist Brad Lamm about whether Lindsay Lohan's jail time will set her straight.
  • U.S. and Russia Spy Swap?
    7/8/10
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    Sources say negotiators are trying to work out the details of a spy exchange that would send ten accused spies back to Russia. Bob Orr reports.
  • Cool Summer Fashions
    Cool Summer Fashions
    Episode 0707
    7/7/10
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    Style contributor Katrina Szish showed off fashions that will keep you cool this summer.
  • Deadly Heat
    Deadly Heat
    Episode 0707
    7/7/10
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    At least two people died and tens of thousands without power as record temperatures continue along the east coast. Jeff Glor reports.
  • Kyron's Mother Pleas for Answers
    7/7/10
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    Missing 7-year-old Kyron Horman's mother made a public plea to the boy's stepmother to come forward with information surrounding his disappearance.
  • The Bulls are Back
    The Bulls are Back
    Episode 0707
    7/7/10
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    Thousands of participants took part in the annual running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain.
  • Health Care Haggling
    Health Care Haggling
    Episode 0707
    7/7/10
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    Consumer Correspondent Susan Koeppen shows how to use haggling to get the best medical deals.
  • Lindsay Lohan's Jail Sentence
    7/7/10
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    Chris Wragge spoke with Inside Edition's Jim Moret about Lindsay Lohan's 3-month jail sentence and an expletive written on her finger nails in court.
  • The Obama-Netanyahu Relationship
    7/6/10
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    President Obama will meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after reports that the relationship may be strained. Bill Plante reports.
  • Horman's Stepmom Not Cooperating
    7/6/10
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    The father of missing Ore. 7-year-old Kyron Horman pleaded in a public statement to his wife, Terry to cooperate with authorities. Ben Tracy reports.
  • The Perfect Lobster Roll
    7/5/10
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    Choptank restaurant's Kevin Patricio showed Erica Hill how simple it can be to make a mouth-watering lobster roll.
  • Under the Radar: 07/03/10
    7/3/10
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    On this week's "Under The Radar," Chris Wragge and Rebecca Jarvis share videos of a record-breaking tightrope walk; a "Spider Lad" from England; and a lock of Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte's hair that sold at auction for over thirteen thousand dollars.
  • Protect Pets from Summer Heat
    7/1/10
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    Dr. Debbye Turner Bell quizzed Harry Smith on how to keep pets safe from the heat of summer.
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