[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.
[LESS INFO] 148 VIEWS | ADDED 03:19:53 01/22/12
Saturday: Following a strong debate performance and a late surge to the top of the polls, Newt Gingrich wins the South Carolina primary, defeating rival Mitt Romney; Also, divers searching for missing passengers on the Costa Concordia found the body of a woman - bringing the death toll to 12 - and a hard drive that may give answers as to what actually happened the day the cruise ship ran aground; And, two years after an earthquake devastated Haiti, citizens there are laying the foundation of one of the largest, most sophisticated projects in the country - a state-of-the-art teaching hospital.
[LESS INFO] 207 VIEWS | ADDED 01:17:51 01/21/12
Friday: In the last pre-primary poll before the South Carolina primary, Newt Gingrich passes longtime frontrunner Mitt Romney; Also, the unstable position of the half-sunken Costa Concordia cruise ship is causing stops and starts for the rescue efforts to find survivors; And, Steve Hartman profiles 84-year-old Virgil Harms who has been the mayor of Paoli, Colo., for the last 50 years.
[LESS INFO] 72 VIEWS | ADDED 01:23:33 01/20/12
Thursday: A recent poll of South Carolina voters puts former Speaker Newt Gingrich in a statistical tie with Mitt Romney for the lead; Also, new guidelines for heart patients who want to continue a healthy sex life after suffering from a heart attack or stroke; And, a military rule that may have contributed to the death of a wounded American soldier in Afghanistan.
[LESS INFO] 110 VIEWS | ADDED 01:05:38 01/19/12
Wednesday: Hope is fading in the challenging search for survivors in the aftermath of the Costa Concordia cruise ship disaster; Also, after three years of studying the impact of the proposed Keystone pipeline, President Obama says no; And, a cabinet full of lost treasures collected by Charles Darwin is discovered in a U.K. warehouse.
[LESS INFO] 106 VIEWS | ADDED 01:04:44 01/18/12
Tuesday: Divers pull five bodies from the partially-sunken Costa Concordia, bringing the death toll in the Italian ship disaster to at least eleven; Also, the government launches a new attack on Alzheimer's disease, but it includes no funding; And, John Blackstone reports on why it's taken 66 years to honor a war hero who risked his life to save his shipmates.
[LESS INFO] 78 VIEWS | ADDED 00:43:56 01/17/12
Twenty nine people are still missing from the sunken cruise ship off the coast of Italy as the company's CEO blames the accident on the captain; Then, Jon Huntsman drops out of the Republican presidential nomination race and endorses frontrunner Mitt Romney; Also, surviving members of the Wichita sit-in look back on how that day made history.
[LESS INFO] 128 VIEWS | ADDED 00:11:31 01/16/12
Divers are working in the icy water of the partially sunken cruise liner Costa Concordia to find any signs of the thirteen missing passengers; Then, the Justice Department has stepped in to block a controversial South Carolina voter I.D. law; Also, American companies are registering as Benefit Corporations in order to freely divert profits to their community and environmental causes.
[LESS INFO] 121 VIEWS | ADDED 00:46:59 01/15/12
Saturday: The cruise ship Costa Concordia runs aground off a small island near the coast of Tuscany, Italy, killing at least three; Also, Elaine Quijano reports on Arise Virtual Solutions, a Florida-based company that's bringing 11,000 call center jobs back to the U.S.; And, Maurice Dubois takes a look at how Haiti's peanut crop is saving lives and creating new economic opportunities.
[LESS INFO] 85 VIEWS | ADDED 00:50:59 01/14/12
Friday: Former Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour is defending the validity of the pardons and clemency he granted for 203 criminals on his last day in office; Also, Scott Pelley looks back at life and career CBS News' Dick Threlkeld's who died at the age of 74; And, Steve Hartman reports on 17-year-old Angela Zhang, who by her junior year in high school had created a method to shrink cancerous tumors in mice.
[LESS INFO] 77 VIEWS | ADDED 01:32:48 01/13/12
Thursday: Senior military officials join Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta denouncing a video depicting four Marines who appear to be urinating on the corpses of dead Taliban members; Also, despite incredible generosity towards Haiti following the earthquake that hit the country two years ago, the lack of systems to channel the money in an effective way is holding up progress to rebuild the nation; And, family, friends, and colleagues get together in New York City to share memories of the late Andy Rooney.
[LESS INFO] 93 VIEWS | ADDED 02:48:02 01/11/12
Tuesday: As polls close, CBS News projects Mitt Romney the winner of the New Hampshire primary, with Ron Paul taking second; Also, the southern Alaskan coast calls in the National Guard to help dig them out of the 300 inches of snow that have fallen so far this winter; And, First Lady Michelle Obama speaks with "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King on the book "The Obamas."
[LESS INFO] 89 VIEWS | ADDED 00:43:49 01/10/12
On the eve of the New Hampshire primary, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney faced attacks focusing on his background in business; Then, the FDA reports a mix up in a factory is leading to a large-scale drug recall; Also, an Alaska town is buried in more than 18 feet of snow
[LESS INFO] 104 VIEWS | ADDED 00:46:04 01/08/12
Saturday: The contenders for the GOP presidential nomination are gearing up for a pair of weekend debates in New Hampshire; Also, a new book on the Obamas reveals some very difficult times for Mrs. Obama with certain members of her husband's inner circle; And, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and her husband Mark Kelly are back in Tucson, preparing to mark the one-year anniversary of the shooting that left six dead and wounded 13.
[LESS INFO] 91 VIEWS | ADDED 01:03:52 01/07/12
Friday: The Labor Department reports that America's unemployment rate fell two-tenths of a point last month, to 8.5 percent - the lowest level in three years; Also, the U.S. Navy rescues 13 Iranian fishermen who were being held hostage by pirates in the Arabian Sea; And, Steve Hartman reports on a Denver based developer and his mission to sell $2 million condos in an underground missile silo.