Friday: An unexpected hiring surge in the U.S. economy; Also, military suicides continue to increase; And, barefoot running in the park.
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.
In Northern Ireland, it's been a summer of violence. A peace agreement reached over 15 years ago put an end to the worst violence, but old hatreds still simmer. UTTM Contributor Lance Price looks at the challenges facing a veteran American diplomat sent by the White House to help stem the new troubles.
Joel Rubin, Director of Policy and Government Affairs at Ploughshares Fund and former State Department diplomat, discusses the turmoil in Syria and the international effort to stop the killing.
Wednesday: Gabrielle Giffords is out of intensive care and in rehab; Also, President Obama is proposing a spending freeze and pushing for investments in innovation; Plus, a charity that uses art to help orphaned children.
Congressional leaders continued to bicker over budget cuts and were not on track to reach an agreement before a possible shutdown; Then, The war in Libya has settled to a stalemate due to insufficient communication and a lack of strategic planning on the side of the rebels; Also, The first of a massive wave of baby boomers are turning 65 this year and set to retire, but many are choosing to continue to work.
Tuesday: Police in riot gear confront about 200 "Occupy Oakland" demonstrators, shutting down the protest and making 85 arrests in all; Also, A CDC panel makes the controversial recommendation that the HPV vaccine should be given to 11 and 12-year-old boys, as well as girls; And, Scott Pelley speaks with UCSF Chancellor Susan Desmond-Hellmann about how the United States will create new jobs to fix the struggling economy.
Jere van Dyk, CBS News Consultant, joins UTTM to discuss the Yemen based branch of al-Qaida's confirmation its No. 2 leader was killed in a U.S. drone strike.
Sue Perry, Deputy Editor of ShopSmart Magazine, joins UTTM with back-to-school savings tips.
The new war on terror: Drones and cyber attacks with Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I., Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Mich., Jane Harman, James Lewis and Bob Orr. Plus, a political roundtable with David Leonhardt and Kevin Merida
Jessica Hartshorn, Senior Lifestyle Editor for American Baby Magazine gives the do's and dont's of pregnancy.
CBS News Medical Contributor Dr. Holly Phillips gives an update on this year's flu season.
CBS News Director of Elections, Anthony Salvanto, discusses the GOP debate and the candidates plans to turn the economy around.
Following 24 hours of intense diplomacy, a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas has been reached, with Egypt acting as a guarantor for both sides. Clarissa Ward reports from Cairo; And, the summer drought shortened the food supply to provide to the hungry and homeless this Thanksgiving. Dean Reynolds speaks with Laverne Morris, the director of a Chicago food pantry, who is making the best with what she has.
Lesley Stahl meets the inspiration for the lead character in the classic film Jurassic Park and reports on how famed dinosaur hunter Jack Horner is shaking up the paleontology world.
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