[LESS INFO] 86 VIEWS | ADDED 00:49:39 12/02/11
Thursday: After nine years, what began with shock and awe ended with humble words during a ceremony at one of the last U.S. bases to be handed over to the Iraqi government; Also, on her historic trip to Burma, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spent her day with top government officials who made big promises on building democracy; And, Mark Strassmann speaks with the former FAMU band director, who says he could not break the band's secret, abusive culture.
[LESS INFO] 134 VIEWS | ADDED 01:19:50 12/01/11
Wednesday: The Federal Reserve is coordinating with central banks in Europe to cut the cost of borrowing dollars and ease the strain on European financial markets; Also, CBS News and Sports Illustrated examine how the gang life of students living in tough neighborhoods intersects with college sports; And, President Obama readies for the 2012 election with a visit Scranton, Pa. - a bellwether city in a key swing state.
[LESS INFO] 64 VIEWS | ADDED 00:29:26 11/30/11
Herman Cain acknowledged that a new claim of a long term extra-marital affair could end his run for the presidency; Then, American Airlines became the last major U.S. carrier to file for bankruptcy; Also, war wounded veterans remember the day they almost died by celebrating their "Alive Day."
[LESS INFO] 101 VIEWS | ADDED 00:52:36 11/29/11
The holiday shopping season is off to a record start with experts projecting record sales; Then, Pakistan said it won't be business as usual with the U.S. after coalition air strikes killed 24 Pakistani soldiers along the Afghan border; Also, Egyptians turned out in droves to vote for a new parliament for the first time since Hosni Mubarak's ouster.
[LESS INFO] 83 VIEWS | ADDED 03:27:02 11/28/11
Sunday: A new survey finds that 226 million shoppers visited stores and websites for Black Friday sales; Also, three American students have returned home after a brief imprisonment in Egypt; Plus, is the "Geezer Bandit" a young man in disguise?
[LESS INFO] 130 VIEWS | ADDED 02:38:16 11/27/11
Saturday: The Pakistani government is demanding the U.S. evacuate a key air base after an apparent NATO blunder kills 25 Pakistani soldiers; Also, new figures show retail sales on Black Friday were up seven percent over last year - an encouraging start to the holiday season; And, Scott Pelley goes to central Florida to visit young people forced to spend the holidays living in cars or trucks.
[LESS INFO] 131 VIEWS | ADDED 02:42:52 11/25/11
Thanksgiving 2011: An Egyptian court has orders the release of the three American students arrested during the deadly protests that swept across Egypt; Also, the fight for every shopping dollar is getting fiercer and, for some retailers, that means a new holiday tradition - Black Friday beginning Thanksgiving night; And, a new national program called "Food Corps" places service members in schools in poor neighborhoods to teach children about healthy food.
[LESS INFO] 125 VIEWS | ADDED 01:01:09 11/24/11
Wednesday: The impact Newt Gingrich's immigration policy will have on his new frontrunner status in the race for the GOP presidential nomination; Also, Lee Cowan gets a behind-the-scenes look at NASA's $2.5 billion dream machine; And, Years before he won "Dancing with the Stars," J.R. Martinez spoke with David Martin on his amazing struggle after surviving burn wounds from a landmine in Baghdad.
[LESS INFO] 138 VIEWS | ADDED 01:29:22 11/23/11
Tuesday: With a slow-growing economy and consumer confidence at its lowest levels since the recession, retailers are worried about sales for the holiday season; Also, Texas is in the middle of its worst drought on record with farmers experiencing billions of dollars in losses; And, Ben Tracy reports from Los Angeles, where thousands of struggling Americans have waited -- some for days -- for free turkey and Thanksgiving dinner.
[LESS INFO] 127 VIEWS | ADDED 00:40:40 11/22/11
Monday: The congressional debt supercommittee failed to reach an agreement on cuts to reduce the nation's deficit; Then, At least 24 people have been killed in three days of protests as the fight for democracy continues in Egypt; Also, UC Davis' chancellor is leading an investigation reviewing the use of pepper spray by campus police.
[LESS INFO] 119 VIEWS | ADDED 02:30:26 11/21/11
Sunday: Talks to reduce the country's deficit continue to come up empty; Also, the GOP candidates prepare for the Iowa caucus and the first-in-the-nation primary; Plus, how butterflies are helping heal the children of Joplin, Mo.
[LESS INFO] 94 VIEWS | ADDED 02:43:13 11/20/11
Saturday: Violence erupts between security forces and demonstrators in Cairo's Tahrir Square, leaving at least one dead and more than 600 injured; Also, retailers, fearing empty aisles, are turning to an old gimmick to rev up holiday sales - layaway; And, "Georgia Works" places out of work Georgians in an eight-week training program with companies looking to hire.
[LESS INFO] 114 VIEWS | ADDED 00:52:02 11/19/11
Friday: The FDA is withdrawing the preliminary approval it granted in 2008 to use the popular drug Avastin for breast cancer; Also, the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department has reopened the case on one of Hollywood's most enduring scandals - the mysterious death of Natalie Wood; And, Steve Hartman tells the story of a philanthropic real estate broker who has given away millions of his own personal fortune to the less fortunate.
[LESS INFO] 129 VIEWS | ADDED 00:42:39 11/18/11
Thursday: At least six people are dead after a pack of tornadoes hit the southeast, adding to a year plagued by extreme weather caused by La Nina; Also, more Americans than ever are living past age 90. Dr. Jon LaPook shares the challenges they face; And, fishermen entering U.S. waters illegally from Mexico are are diminishing the numbers of already endangered sharks.
[LESS INFO] 132 VIEWS | ADDED 00:50:52 11/17/11
Wednesday: Oscar Ramiro Ortega-Hernandez is taken into custody in connection with a shooting which targeted the White House; Also, with losses still mounting and the bailout growing, top executives at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac received huge paychecks and big bonuses; And, Elaine Quijano is given rare access to the facility where the elite force who protect the White House trains.