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Saturday, December 6, 2008

Bush and Congress to Decide Auto Bailout

Bush says Congress to act next week on the Big Three automaker bailout plan. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Dec. 6)

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German Polar Bear Knut Celebrates 2nd Birthday

It was a very happy birthday for Berlin's popular polar bear Knut. However, his zoo may not be able to afford to keep him much longer. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Dec. 6)

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Companies On Edge Over Pension Funding

By some estimates, American SMP 500 companies are going to have a deficit in pension funding of as much as $200 billion. Companies are seeking temporary relief from the Pension Protection Act of 2006. (Dec. 6)

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Four Biggest Public Exchanges May See Slump

The four biggest public exchanges NYSE Euronext, Nasdaq, CME (Chicago mercantile Group) and ICE (Intercontinental Exchange) may see their values fall as traders anticipate a massive trading slump. (Dec. 5)

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Unemployed Turn To Military

As American companies continue to slash jobs, more and more people are enlisting in the military as an alternative to unemployment. Cynthia Bowers reports from Fort Riley, Kansas.

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Networking For A Cure

One woman has taken her crusade against ALS to the Web, creating a social networking site in the hopes of finding a cure. Dr. Sanjay Gupta has more.

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Auto Execs Plead For Bailout

The CEOs from Detroit's Big Three automakers urged Congress to pass a much-needed rescue package, as the U.S. automotive financial industry faces massive financial turmoil. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Simpson Lawyer- It Was Payback

A Las Vegas judge has sentenced O.J. Simpson to prison time. As John Blackstone reports, Simpson's defense lawyer claims that this sentence was payback for the athlete's infamous murder trial.

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Bleak Future For U.S. Jobs

The U.S. economy shed over 500,000 jobs in November and unemployment shot up to 6.7 percent. As Anthony Mason reports, the future of U.S. employment continues to look grim.

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'Just In Time For Christmas'

Singing the title track from her new album "Just In Time For Christmas," artist Mary Donnelly Haskell stops by the Second Cup Caf just with a sensation performance of a holiday classic.

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Under The Radar, 12.06.08

Chris Wragge and Erica Hill highlight this week?s wildest news videos in a special installment of ?Under The Radar? live from the infamous FAO Schwarz toy store in New York.

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Teaching Kids How To Share

The holiday season marks a time for giving, but ?Savvy Mommy? Victoria Pericon points out that children are not born with the instinct to share objects with others. Pericon offers tips for parents.

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Jamming On FAO Schwartz Piano

Professional pianists show The Saturday Early Show anchors Chris Wragge and Erica Hill how to play the infamous FAO Schwarz large floor piano from the classic Tom Hanks comedy Big.

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Bobby Flay's Holiday Brunch

A world renowned chef best known for his Southwestern dishes, Bobby Flay offers tasty holiday brunch recipes, such as Belgian waffles and gourmet hot chocolate, using a ?Chef On A Shoestring? budget.

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Make Your Own Muppet!

Don't miss Fozzie The Bear and Bobby Flay team up for a collaboration at FAO Schwarz, as they each teach ?The Saturday Early Show? team how to design and create a uniquely personalized muppet.

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Caroline Kennedy For Senate?

Information has emerged which suggests that lawyer and author Caroline Kennedy, daughter of former President John F. Kennedy, could succeed Sen. Hillary Clinton. Kelly Wallace reports from New York.

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Eye To Eye- Medical Networking

Ben and James Heywood are the creators of the social networking website, "patientslikeme.com," where patients can learn about their conditions from those who know best; other patients just like them.

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Starbucks CEO On The Economy

Starbucks Chairman and CEO, Howard Schultz spoke with Katie Couric about the failing economy's effect on his company.

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A Holiday Bonus

A company based in Chicago has a special surprise for its employees: huge holiday bonuses. Steve Hartman reports.

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The Ruthless Terror Business

Al Qaeda has increased its recruitment of women, children, and the mentally disabled for suicide bombing missions. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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