UTTM Contributor Peter Allen comments on how increasing debt is threatening the future of the Euro.
A day before a congressional hearing on faulty ignition switches linked to 13 deaths, families of people killed in recalled General Motors vehicles told CBS News they want answers on why it took the company so long to issue recalls. A background report shows GM decided fixing the defect would take too long and cost too much; and, a change in weather has made conditions slightly better for search crews digging through mud and debris after the massive landslide in Oso, Wash. John Blackstone meets a father who would have been in the mudslide zone if not for a last-minute change of plans.
Thousands of people across the country are trying to beat Monday's deadline to enroll in health care insurance coverage. Without coverage, many will be fined $95 or 1 percent of their income; and, There may only be eight days of battery life left to spot the black box that could explain what went wrong with missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
The latest on the mudslide in Washington state, the missing Malaysia Airlines jet, the crisis in Ukraine, and more, with Gov. Jay Inslee, R-Wash., Gen. Michael Hayden, and others.
David Mark, Senior Editor at POLITICO, discusses President Obama's plan to reduce the federal deficit by three trillion dollars.
Rick Newman, Chief Business Correspondent for U.S. News and World Report, discusses who President Obama's debt reduction proposal will affect the most.
Just after 9 Friday night, a magnitude 5.1 earthquake, centered about 20 miles outside Los Angeles, struck Southern California. Residents in hardest-hit areas are cleaning up; and, Crews searching for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 are focused on an area more than a thousand miles from the coast of Australia, where planes flying as low as 150 feet from the water have been looking for evidence of the missing aircraft.
The body of a four-month-old infant was pulled from the mudslide, the youngest victim recovered so far. Those combing through the mud and rubble are finding the job no easier than when they started; Students at Clintondale High School listen to lectures at home and do homework in the classroom -- a strategy that's benefiting both teachers and their pupils.
Many are struck by how a distance of just a few feet determined who survived and who was swept away by the mudslide that destroyed the community in Oso, Wash.; and, seventy-four-year-old Mary Jones was released from prison after serving more than three decades behind bars for a crime committed by an abusive boyfriend.
Search teams have had to resort to using their hands to dig through the thick mud, and cameras are being inserted into air pockets in the hope of finding survivors of a mudslide that struck Oso, Wash.; and, California’s long drought has left the Sacramento River so low that for the first time in two decades, the Coleman fish hatchery can’t release the first of 12 million baby salmon raised there.
Relatives of passengers aboard missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 were overcome with emotion, and some were carried out of Beijing’s Lido hotel on stretchers, upon hearing the news that no one aboard the doomed flight had survived; and, The NFL announced it is spending $45 million to support youth football and protect kids from concussions.
A deadly mudslide outside Seattle, Wash., has left 18 people missing; Then, crews combated difficult weather conditions and poor visibility in the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370; Also, surfer Bethany Hamilton won her first championship since losing her arm to a shark attack 11 years ago.
Military search planes returned empty handed after a day of searching the Indian Ocean for any sign of the objects spotted by a satellite. Stormy weather and choppy seas have hampered the international search effort in the remote region.; and, as part of our continuing series "On the Road," Steve Hartman meets a basketball team whose game against a rival team came down to the wire. One player became a hero after getting an assist from a former teammate.
Harry Smith is joined by Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN), Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL), Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-NY), and Rep. elect Mike Kelly (R-PA) to discuss what's ahead for the new Congress and spoke with Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) on his top priorities starting his new position as chairman of the House Oversight & Government Reform Committee.
UTTM Contributor Lance Price defends the integrity of some of the most unpopular people in American and British society.
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