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  • Penn State students speak out

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    11/12/11

    Rebecca Jarvis speaks with three Penn State students about their reaction to the recent sex scandal at their school.
  • Steering clear of "brain freeze"

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    11/12/11

    Rebecca Jarvis speaks with Dr. David Langer about "brain freeze, or a moment when you just can't recall something important -- like the one Rick Perry had in a GOP debate -- and how to avoid it.moreless
  • Miami chef demos famous linguini with clam sauce

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    11/9/11

    Staten Island chef Michael D'Andrea demonstrates to "Early Show" contributor Katie Lee how prepare his famous linguini with white clam sauce, a favorite at his Miami Beach restaurant "Macaluso's & Co."
  • Dangers of public Wi-Fi

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    11/7/11

    A recent survey found that many Wi-Fi users don't take the recommended steps to protect their personal networks. KDKA-TV's Susan Koeppen reports on Wi-Fi security and how to stay safe.
  • What can be done for economy?

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    11/5/11

    Rebecca Jarvis talks with Tig Gilliam, Katia Beauchamp, and Frank Sorrentino about how businesses are coping with the economy the way it is and whether they will start hiring again.
  • Life magazine celebrates 75 years of photos

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    11/5/11

    Rebecca Jarvis speaks with Life Books Editorial Director Robert Sullivan about some of the iconic photos that graced the Magazine and the stories behind them.
  • Gabrielle Giffords writes for book by her husband

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    11/5/11

    Lee Cowan reports on a new book coming out about Gabrielle Giffords' fight to recover from her shooting.
  • Will Cain be hampered by sex harass allegations?

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    11/5/11

    Russ Mitchell speaks with Ed Rollins and Robert Zimmerman about Herman Cain's chances in the Republican presidential race in light of the sexual harassment accusations he's facing.
  • Andy Rooney passes away

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    11/5/11

    Andy Rooney died of complications from surgery. He was 92 years old. Russ Mitchell tells Andy's story.
  • Greek PM forming new, temp gov't.

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    11/5/11

    The move follows a vote of confidence he got from Parliament. Allen Pizzey reports.
  • Horrific accident in England

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    11/5/11

    Almost two dozen vehicles were involved in a terrible pileup in England that left at least seven dead. Betty Nguyen reports.
  • Subway proposal shocks, works!

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    11/5/11

    Charlie D'agata reports on a special proposal that took place in the tubes of London. Then Russ Mitchell speaks with the special couple and asks the husband-to-be how he orchestrated such an elaborate proposal.moreless
  • More college grads living with Mom and Dad

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    11/5/11

    Russ Mitchell speaks with Farnoosh Torabi about the growing trend of more college grads - especially men - staying home after graduating from college.
  • Big dust storm sweeps through Phoenix area

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    11/5/11

    A large dust storm hit Arizona, though there were no injuries or accidents. Betty Nguyen reports.
  • Asteroid to graze Earth's atmosphere

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    11/5/11

    An asteroid the size of an aircraft carrier will fly past the Earth on Tuesday. Betty Nguyen reports.
  • THE Dish with Todd English

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    11/5/11

    Russ Mitchell and Rebecca Jarvis sit with world-renowned chef Todd English and talk to him about his absolute favorite meal
  • Tens of thousands go to Mecca

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    11/5/11

    Tens of thousands of Muslims will take part in a haj, or pilgrimage, to Mecca, for five days of prayer. Betty Nguyen reports.
  • 45 Chinese miners saved

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    11/5/11

    45 Chinese miners were pulled to safety this morning after a collapse from a small earthquake. Betty Nguyen reports
  • Three small earthquakes rattle Oklahoma

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    11/5/11

    Three earthquakes shook Oklahoma, though no damage has been reported. Betty Nguyen reports.
  • Texas schol mourns student killed in bus crash

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    11/5/11

    Abilene Christian University in Texas stunned as bus rolls over and is ripped apart. Betty Nguyen reports.
  • Spine-tingling movies for Halloween

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    10/29/11

    Russ Mitchell speaks with Chicago Tribune film critic Michael Phillips and New York Times film critic A.O. Scott about their picks for best scary movies.
  • Madoff revelations

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    10/29/11

    Russ Mitchell talks with the head of Bernie Madoff's security detail, Nicholas Casale, and author Diana Henriques about the possible suicide attempts of the Madoffs and what it was like in the Madoff apartment after Bernie confessed.moreless
  • Conrad Murray trial reaching climax

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    10/29/11

    Dr. Conrad Murray's defense is claiming Michael Jackson administered the lethal dosage of drugs that killed him. John Blackstone reports, then Russ Mitchell speaks with TruTV correspondent Jean Casarez about the new developments.moreless
  • "THE Dish," with Marcus Samuelsson

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    10/29/11

    Rebecca Jarvis and Russ Mitchell sit with famed chef Marcus Samuelsson and taste his ultimate dish.
  • Sigh of relief regarding Thailand floods

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    10/29/11

    Flood waters crest just below the tops of flood walls in Thailand. Betty Nguyen reports.
  • Was Shakespeare really Shakespeare?

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    10/29/11

    A new movie called "Anonymous" calls into question whether Shakespeare wrote all the famous stories, plays, and poems attributed to him. Seth Doane reports.
  • Do you scare easily?

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    10/29/11

    Russ Mitchell speaks with neurologist Dr. Jonathan Fellus an Early Show contributor Dr. Jennifer Hartstein about what happens to the body when it's scared and why some people seek those feelings out.
  • Trending: Viral political ads, Halloween houses, and the McRib

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    10/29/11

    Rebecca Jarvis speaks with senior editor of CNet.com, Scott Stein, about new trends on the web.
  • Chase and Wells Fargo back off debit card fees

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    10/29/11

    Chase and Wells Fargo have decided not to impose new debit card fees. Betty Nguyen reports.
  • Nor'easter to hit those "Occupy"ing Wall Street

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    10/29/11

    The cold temperatures and even snow threaten the protesters of "Occupy Wall Street." Elaine Quijano reports.
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