[LESS INFO] 4101 VIEWS | ADDED 01:50:31 12/10/11
Friday: President Obama says he didn't overpromise on his ability to fix the economy and that the recovery may take "more than one president" in an interview with "60 Minutes."; Also, GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul is in a virtual tie for second place in Iowa. But, could Ron Paul be the next president? As Dean Reynolds reports, he certainly thinks so; And, Steve Hartman tells the heart-warming story of a high school drama teacher who refuses to let her Stage 4 cancer stop the show.
[LESS INFO] 3833 VIEWS | ADDED 01:02:57 12/09/11
Thursday: The Iranian military is showing off what they claim is an American drone that they brought down; Also, Virginia Tech's campus was on lock down and high alert for more than four hours following a shooting which left two dead; And, the EPA says fracking - the controversial method of drilling for oil and natural gas - may be polluting groundwater.
[LESS INFO] 184 VIEWS | ADDED 01:04:21 12/08/11
Wednesday: In a surprise decision by the Obama administration, young teenagers will not be allowed access to the morning-after emergency contraception pill without a prescription; Also, a look inside secret make-shift hospitals in Syria where wounded protesters are being treated because going to a government-run facility is too dangerous; And, Harry Morgan, best known for his role as Colonel Sherman T. Potter on M*A*S*H, is dead at the age of 96.
[LESS INFO] 3821 VIEWS | ADDED 00:44:08 12/07/11
Tuesday: CBS News correspondent Clarissa Ward shares an inside look at what life is like for the band of former Syrian soldiers who have taken up arms against Bashar al Assad's regime; Then, Iowa Evangelicals share what they look for when voting for a candidate in the upcoming caucuses; Also, The last U.S. soldiers prepare to leave their stations in Iraq by receiving some final training.
[LESS INFO] 3813 VIEWS | ADDED 01:14:56 12/06/11
CBS News correspondent Clarissa Ward managed to get inside Syria during their revolution and got a rare look at what the dictator doesn't want anyone to see; Then, Officials believe a super-secret drone shot down by Iran is now in the hands of their military; Also, A 19-year-old Afghan woman sits in jail after being raped and becoming pregnant, accused of adultery and her only ticket out is to marry her attacker.
[LESS INFO] 132 VIEWS | ADDED 01:37:36 12/05/11
Sunday: What's next for the GOP presidential candidates following the suspension of Herman Cain's campaign?; Also, a U.S. spy drone is reportedly in the hands of the Iranian government; Plus, a tightrope walker hopes to cross Niagara Falls.
[LESS INFO] 2349 VIEWS | ADDED 02:45:19 12/04/11
Saturday: Herman Cain tells his supporters that he is ending his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination; Also, a violent attack is raising questions about whether Iraqi forces will be up to the job of maintaining security; And, Russ Mitchell reports on a small business owner whose progress was stalled by her lender, despite an on-time payment history.
[LESS INFO] 121 VIEWS | ADDED 01:00:02 12/03/11
Friday: The new jobs report shows strong signs that an economic recovery is gaining momentum; Also, an extremely controversial cancer treatment called "hot chemo bath" is gaining attention for its success in recent trials; And, Steve Hartman is on board as Captain Sully Sullenberger sits in his cockpit for the first time since the "Miracle on the Hudson."
[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.