Thursday, November 27, 2008

Going to a football game... for the half-time show? We'll tell you why fans show up just to watch a marching BAND. TONIGHT on the CBS EVENING NEWS



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Tonight On The CBS Evening News

Here's a look at what’s coming up on tonight’s broadcast:

Good afternoon.

This is Jeff Glor filling in tonight for Katie Couric.

Coming up. . . the very latest on the terror in Mumbai. Tonight, Sheila MacVicar will report on the attacks and I’ll speak to an eyewitness to get his perspective.

Also tonight, America’s retailers are on edge - and this could be a holiday shopping season like few we’ve ever seen. Retailers made Black Friday purchasing decisions months ago, long before the credit markets seized up…so moving big ticket items may prove to be a challenge. But could that mean big bargains for YOU? Seth Doane goes behind the scenes, into the retail “war room” of America’s top clothing retailer, The Gap and with electronics giant Best Buy. He’ll tell you what you can expect when you shop today…. or tomorrow.

And, when it comes to giving this holiday season, there’s distressing news. This year charitable donations are down ... just as need is going up… Kimberly Dozier takes a look at how charities are trying to cope.

Next, we return to the destruction of Hurricane Ike. Hari Sreenivasan visits a woman from Bridge City, Texas who lost everything in the storm. Almost three months later, the money to rebuild is scarce and tangled in red tape. Even so, clings to hope and struggles to be thankful

Finally tonight, in Tallahassee, Florida, fans are going to football games just to see the half-time show. Known as "The Hundred," the marching band at Florida A&M is unmatched in their power, passion and precision. Mark Strassmann will take a look at what's behind their incredible success.

I’ll see you tonight. Happy Thanksgiving,

Jeff

And here’s a look at one of the stories we are working on for Friday’s broadcast:

We'll explain the latest in the middle-class foreclosure crisis. Why are more borrowers with good credit losing their homes? That story and more, Tonight only on THE CBS EVENING NEWS.

If you would like more information on any of these stories or the broadcast, please click on the following address and e-mail us: evening@cbsnews.com



Tonight On David Letterman



Saturday On 48 Hours Mystery

Here’s an early look at what’s coming up Saturday on a SPECIAL 2 hour 48 HOURS MYSTERY, Drawn to Murder:

On the morning of February 11, 1987, the half naked body of 37-year-old Peggy Hettrick was found in a field in Fort Collins, Colorado… Police canvassed every house near the crime scene, talking with businessmen, housewives and neighbors who all said they had seen nothing suspicious. But police were quick to zero in on Tim Masters, who lived a stone’s throw from the field. Masters, then a 15-year-old with not a lot of friends, but no history of trouble, usually cut through that same field to catch the school bus. Tim’s footprints were in the field… but he hadn’t reported a thing. Upon searching the residence, police discovered all sorts of graphic drawings - mutilation, dismemberment. But at the time, that simply wasn’t enough evidence to arrest Tim Masters.

Years passed and the case went cold… until 1997 when one cop would find an ally to put a new spin on the best evidence the police had. . . Tim’s drawings. More than a decade after the crime, Masters went to prison in 1999 …sentenced to life behind bars without parole… for a grisly murder he swears he didn’t commit. Then, a starting revelation would challenge the conviction. Was there a much more likely suspect? Now, after years of hearings and petitions and unsuccessful appeals, a judge could make a ruling that would set Masters free. Who REALLY killed Peggy Hettrick?

A SPECIAL 2 hour 48 HOURS MYSTERY airs Saturday at 9pmET/8CT

If you would like more information, please click on the following address and e-mail us at: 48hours@cbsnews.com



Sunday On Face The Nation

BOB SCHIEFFER MODERATES FROM WASHINGTON, D.C.

This year, for the annual books and authors edition of Face the Nation, we are going to look at the historic Presidential Election, the Transition and discuss the issues that an Obama Administration is going to face. Our guests: Bob Woodward, author of "The War Within: A Secret White House History 2006-2008; Fareed Zakaria, author of "The Post-American World"; Jane Mayer, author of "The Dark Side: The Inside Story of How the War on Terror Turned into a War on American Ideals; and Michael Eric Dyson, author of "April 4, 1968: Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Death and How It Changed America. There will be, as always, a final word. That's all on Face the Nation this Sunday with Bob Schieffer.



Sunday 60 Minutes

THE CHEATERS - 60 MINUTES and The Washington Post reveal how online poker players suspecting cheating were forced to successfully ferret out the cheaters themselves. That’s because managers of the mostly-unregulated $18 billion Internet gambling industry failed to respond to their complaints. Steve Kroft and The Washington Post’s Gilbert Gaul report.

THE SILVER STAR - Monica Brown, only the second woman to ever win the Silver Star since World War II, describes saving two wounded men during a firefight she wasn’t supposed to be near -- while she was only 18 years old. Lara Logan reports.

MICHAEL PHELPS -- He swam into history at the Beijing Olympics and now the 23-year-old phenom tells CNN's Anderson Cooper what his life is like as hundreds of endorsement opportunities roll in to make this U.S. Olympic superstar a marketing millionaire.

 



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