Malaysian officials say they are reviewing radar that indicates Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 may have turned back toward Malaysia just before disappearing; and, with spring in sight, small birds are emerging after a brutal winter.
Florrick/Agos and Lockhart/Gardner fight to keep Lemond Bishop as a client when he is arrested on a drug-related charge, which possibly resulted from a leak inside Alicia's firm. Meanwhile, the investigation into voter fraud in the gubernatorial election continues to move forward when Marilyn is approached by an agent in the Office of Public Integrity. Jack Davenport guest stars as AUSA Frank Asher and Eric Bogosian appears as Nelson Dubeck, agent in the Office of Public Integrity. (TV-14 L, S)
Teams race through the Malaysian jungle where the roaring rapids crush their spirits and their homemade rafts. Plus, after being struck by taxi deja vu, one team fights to stay in the running. (TV-PG L)
The latest on the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight 370, the crisis in Ukraine, and politics back home with former Vice President Dick Cheney, Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wisc., former Secretary of State James Baker, and more.
Steve Kroft investigates the multibillion dollar industry that collects, analyzes and sells the personal information of millions of Americans with virtually no oversight; then, An inside look at the people behind the revolution that resulted in the parliamentary ouster of President Victor Yanukovych and Russia's power grab in Crimea; and, A new $1.3 billion radio telescope is allowing scientists to see parts of the universe they've seen never before, offering insight into how it all began.
Jane's investigation leads him to join a separatist commune after a U.S. attorney is found dead in Mexico, even though there’s no record of her crossing the border. Also, Rigsby and Van Pelt convince JJ LaRoche to help them discover who is stalking former CBI members. (TV-14 L, V)
In the season finale, Barker gets a list of 6 people involved in Red Gauntlet. Now, Barker and Ellis, along with a little help, must take them down before they find Barker.
World Heavyweight Champion Undertaker vs. Chris Jericho
Barker looks to take down an Irish crime family that controls a section of Chicago and is now expanding its empire to Wall Street.
ECW Champion Christian vs. Ezekiel Jackson
Pamela Falk, CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst, discusses if the jailed US hikers in Iran will soon be released from custody.
BeeWi's Bluetooth-controlled Tank shoots infrared bullets. CNET does battle with it at CES 2013.
At CES 2013 in Las Vegas, Panasonic takes on Roku with the announcement of two new streaming-media devices.
Finding lost luggage may be easier with Trakdot, a GSM device that sits in your suitcase and lets you know where it ends up.
Bridget Carey shows you an iOS accessory that displays your immediate oxygen, pulse rate, and perfusion index readings.
Vizio shows off its 10-inch Android tablet with a fast Nvidia T4 quad core processor at CES 2013
You may not have heard of Hisense, but the company is big in China. It makes an outsized splash at CES with a 110-inch showpiece TV.
Victor Reklaitis, Markets Writer at MarketWatch, gives tips to make sure you’re set up to meet your investing and savings goals.
Epsilon CEO Bryan Kennedy says consumers know they have to give up some privacy to get the benefits of the Internet.
At CES 2012 Donald Bell takes a first look at the new Pantech Element tablet that runs on the AT&T 4G network.
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At CES 2013 in Las Vegas, Sony unveils new Bravia 55-inch and 65-inch 4K TVs and discusses plans to produce 4K content for the new TVs.
Engaged couple Jessica & John win the award for happiest team after a tough day of rappelling and riding rapids downriver.
Today is the 5th anniversary of the bull market on Wall Street. Since bottoming out on March 9th, 2009, the S&P 500 is up 175%. On average, a market correction occurs every 161 days, but it has now been over 600 days. Editor of barrons.com Jack Otter explains why a market correction hasn't happened yet.
On March 9, 1954, Edward R. Murrow made television news history when his "See It Now" examined the methods of Sen. Joe McCarthy, using the senator's own words to document his abusive conduct in Senate hearings into alleged communist subversion.
Engaged couple Jessica & John do their best to help out their friends, YouTube hosts Joey & Meghan.
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