[LESS INFO] 98 VIEWS | ADDED 00:40:54 02/07/12
As the situation in Syria gets more dangerous by the hour, American diplomats are forced to evacuate; Then, 17 Americans are facing charges of encouraging the unrest that has engulfed the country for nearly a year; Also, a rare look inside the training of the federal air marshals.
[LESS INFO] 99 VIEWS | ADDED 01:16:26 02/06/12
An Egyptian judge announced his intent to prosecute 40 workers -- including 19 Americans -- from non-governmental organizations; Then, A defiant Newt Gingrich said he plans to campaign all the way up to the Republican convention; Also, Queen Elizabeth II is about to celebrate sixty years as the queen of England.
[LESS INFO] 108 VIEWS | ADDED 01:01:48 02/05/12
Saturday: In an emergency session, the U.N. Security Council fails to approve a resolution calling for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to step aside, following the deadliest one-day crackdown in Syria's 11-month uprising; Also, what will the results of the Nevada caucuses mean for the future of the GOP field?; And, Fidel Castro's Cuban revolution plays a crucial role in the family history of Grammy-winning Latin jazz artist Arturo O'Farrill.
[LESS INFO] 99 VIEWS | ADDED 00:54:00 02/04/12
Friday: The Labor Department reports that the jobless rate in January fell to 8.3 percent - the lowest in three years - and the good news sends stocks prices soaring; Also, the Susan G. Komen foundation apologizes to the American people for cutting off funding to Planned Parenthood and announces it is reversing its decision; And, Steve Hartman tells the story of Jim O'Hara and his iron-willed campaign for the governorship of Montana.
[LESS INFO] 124 VIEWS | ADDED 00:52:25 02/03/12
Thursday: According to columnist David Ignatius, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta "believes there is a strong likelihood that Israel will attack Iran" in the spring; Also, long-time supporters of both Planned Parenthood and the Susan G. Komen foundation are taking sides, following the Komen foundation's announcement that it would no longer provide funding for Planned Parenthood; And, Anna Werner reports on the desperate situation in Texas after 31 straight weeks of drought.
[LESS INFO] 131 VIEWS | ADDED 01:11:08 02/02/12
Wednesday: A U.S. military report on the "State of the Taliban 2012," says that America's supposed ally Pakistan is encouraging the Taliban to continue fighting; Also, as part of a change in their policy, the Susan G. Komen foundation is pulling the funding it provided to Planned Parenthood; And, Bill Whitaker takes a look back at the remarkable life and career of "Soul Train" creator Don Cornelius.
[LESS INFO] 215 VIEWS | ADDED 00:34:54 02/01/12
Tuesday: Following the Florida primary, GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney has the money and organization to do well in the next five states, and he says he can outlast any opponent; Also, some colleges and universities are resorting to cheating to attract more students; And, Scott Pelley speaks with some Hispanic voters to see what they want to hear out of the candidates.
[LESS INFO] 173 VIEWS | ADDED 00:37:50 01/31/12
On the eve of the Florida Primary the candidates make their last push; Then, the fighting in Syria is bordering on civil war as the violence reaches President Assad's doorstep: Also, 911 tapes from a deadly multi-vehicle crash on a Florida interstate record the horrific scene.
[LESS INFO] 160 VIEWS | ADDED 00:11:40 01/30/12
Sunday: Two days before the Florida Primary, Mitt Romney takes the lead forcing Newt Gingrich on the attack; Also, An Occupy Oakland protest turns violent after protesters clash with police; Plus, Detroit funeral directors protest in the streets.
[LESS INFO] 144 VIEWS | ADDED 01:06:13 01/29/12
Saturday: The U.S. military is upgrading an aging warship to serve as a floating base in the Persian Gulf and prevent the closing of the vital Strait of Hormuz; Also, with just three days left until the Florida primary, Mitt Romney reverses Newt Gingrich's momentum and takes a strong lead in the polls; And, a federal judge orders Google, Apple and five other technology companies to court over allegations they violated anti-trust laws by conspiring not to poach employees from one another.
[LESS INFO] 142 VIEWS | ADDED 01:01:25 01/28/12
Friday: On the surface, the latest report on the economy looks like welcome good news. But the White House acknowledges the recovery is still "fragile"; Also, Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney lay out their plans for tackling immigration; And, Steve Hartman tells the story of Woody Davis and the community in Corbett, Ore., who are paying Woody back for over 50 years of good deeds.
[LESS INFO] 155 VIEWS | ADDED 00:55:58 01/27/12
Thursday: A picture showing a testy exchange between President Obama and Ariz. Gov. Jan Brewer is causing quite a stir; Also, Armen Keteyian reports on a hidden camera investigation that has uncovered scam artists in the act insurance fraud; And, Las Vegas is feeling the pinch of the great recession, which has left many uncompleted casinos on and off the strip.
[LESS INFO] 131 VIEWS | ADDED 00:35:37 01/26/12
Wednesday: U.S. Navy SEAL Team Six, which also led the Osama bin Laden raid, parachutes into a remote region of central Somalia and rescues two hostages who were kidnapped in October; Also, GOP presidential candidates Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney lay our their plans for tax reform; And, Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords hands in her resignation letter to Congress to focus on her recovery.
[LESS INFO] 129 VIEWS | ADDED 00:31:29 01/25/12
Tuesday: President Obama's State of the Union Address will, in many ways, be the unofficial kick-off of his campaign for re-election, and Mr. Obama is picking a fight on an issue he hopes will dominate this year's campaign - income inequality; Also, Scott Pelley speaks with House Speaker John Boehner about what is stopping Congress from getting things done; And, Mitt Romney releases his tax returns and Newt Gingrich releases his Freddie Mac contract.
[LESS INFO] 148 VIEWS | ADDED 00:45:10 01/24/12
Rescue teams went door-to-door in Alabama in search of survivors in the wake of some deadly storms; Then, Five major banks are close to an agreement to settle the case of deceptive practices during the foreclosure process; Also, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords finished the meeting that was interrupted by a gunman one year ago
[LESS INFO] 147 VIEWS | ADDED 23:57:12 01/22/12
Sunday: Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords announces she will resign from Congress; Also, GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich makes a sharp comeback in South Carolina; Plus, a Chicago pastor protests violence on a motel roof.