The fiscal cliff countdown continues with Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., updates from CBS News' Major Garrett and Nancy Cordes, plus a roundtable with Peggy Noonan, Dee Dee Myers, Joe Klein and Michael Duffy.
Pamela Falk, CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst, joins UTTM to discuss the international communities reaction to North Korea's nuclear threats.
In a wide-ranging interview with Morley Safer, New York's Archbishop Timothy M. Dolan discusses the sex abuse crisis in the Catholic Church, his current mission and the state of the church in America.
After meeting former astronaut James McDivitt, the Brady boys become
fascinated with UFOs. Bobby and Peter camp out in their backyard and are
convinced that they have spotted an unidentified flying object.
A college student missing for 25 years -- has a Florida sheriff’s office solved one of the state’s biggest mysteries? Tracy Smith reports. | Read story
Secretary of State John Kerry laid out the intelligence assessment that says the U.S. has "high confidence" the Syrian dictatorship attacked civilians with nerve gas; and, as part of our continuing series "On the Road," Steve Hartman meets Jonathan Stoklosa, who has the power to lift your spirits -- and just about anything else.
UTTM Contributor Lance Price looks back at great international summits of world leaders. These gatherings seem to occur with increasing regularity these days, but how useful are they in practical terms?
Saturday: Comments from GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich which call into question the legitimacy of the Palestinians are raising concern about his leadership and temperament; Also, researchers announce a milestone in the field of gene therapy which could dramatically improve the lives of people living with hemophilia B; And, the Super PAC is redefining the way money is raised and spent this campaign season.
Thursday: A teens suicide sparks an investigation linking gay bullying and suicide in the U.S.; Also, a new strain of deadly "Superbug" bacteria are plaguing doctors and patients alike; Plus, actor Tony Curtis remembered.
Caroline Horn, CBS News Senior Producer for Politics, takes a closer look at the impact Rep. Todd Akin's abortion comments will have on the presidential campaign.
Lara Logan's report takes viewers to the border area between Afghanistan and Pakistan, where she and her crew came under enemy fire from fighters who the U.S. military says keep coming from their sanctuary in Pakistan.
Pamela Falk, CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst, offers some insight on Pakistan reopening important supply lines, Human Rights Watch reporting findings of torture in Syria, and Iran saying is has successfully tested long-range missiles.
Wednesday: A major setback to the administration's attempt to show that suspects held at Guantanamo can be prosecuted in civilian courts; Also, Strong demand for GM stock has pushed the IPO price for its stock way up; Plus, the FDA enacts a virtual ban on alcoholic energy drinks.
The FDA announced its plan to gradually phase out trans fats from the American diet. FDA Commissioner Dr. Margaret Hamburg says reducing the levels of trans fats in the American diet could save thousands of people from preventable death; and, Paul Chodas tracks asteroids for NASA and explains what is known about them and how prepared we are for them.
Just in time for the holidays, Carol develops laryngitis and may not be able to sing at Christmas services, prompting Cindy to ask a department store Santa for a miracle.
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