Monday, November 24, 2008

Imagine...100 miles per gallon. That story tonight on The CBS Evening News with Katie Couric

 

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-Susan Sontag


DID YOU KNOW?
Potato chips are American’s favorite snack food. They are devoured at a rate of 1.2 billion pounds a year.


TONIGHT ON THE CBS EVENING NEWS

Here’s an early look at what we are working on for tonight’s broadcast

Good afternoon everyone. This is Harry Smith filling in for Katie.

President-elect Barack Obama introduced members of his economic team today, 57 days before he’s set to be sworn in as president. Mr. Obama hopes to hit the ground running, and today renewed his call for a new stimulus package. Dean Reynolds has the story from Chicago.

In other big economic news: Kelly Wallace reports on the latest government effort to bail out Citigroup, which includes a $20 billion direct investment and a pledge to guarantee up to $306 billion of its risky loans. And, I’ll an interview former SEC chair Arthur Levitt, the man who served in that post longer than any other chairman, to get his take on the state of our economy.

These days, fuel prices are down, and so are basic commodities, like corn and wheat. So, why are prices at the grocery store only climbing higher? Cynthia Bowers examines why.

Next: It's been more than six months since the massive earthquake in China's Sichuan province. Eighty-thousand people were killed, and 50,000 others lost limbs in the disaster. Now, the country's amputees are trying to regain a sense of normality - but many, especially the children, find that impossible. Celia Hatton reports from the still-ravaged quake zone.

Also, our Fast Draw team takes a stab at one question that's on a lot of economists' minds: Is it better to dole out checks to Americans in the next stimulus package … or to fund long-term construction and infrastructure projects? They'll share what they found - in pictures - tonight.

Finally tonight: What if I told you there was a car out there that can get 100 miles per gallon? Anthony Mason got a peek at a radical vehicle and will take us for a spin.

I hope you join us, Harry Smith

For more information on these stories, please click on the following links:

Obama Introduces Economic Team
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Citibank's "Sweet Deal" From Government
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And here's an early look at one of the stories we are working on for Tuesday’s broadcast: There's something to be very thankful for---the best news about Cancer in a decade. We'll give you a first look at stunning new research....That story Tuesday night 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
Join Dave tonight with Actress Nicole Kidman, Actor Simon Baker… Plus musical guest Kanye West!


TUESDAY MORNING ON THE EARLY SHOW

Maggie Rodriguez, Harry Smith, Russ Mitchell will anchor the EARLY SHOW from New York. Julie Chen anchors from Los Angeles. Dave Price will bring us the weather.

Here’s an early look at some of the stories we are working on for Monday’s broadcast of The Early Show.

LIZA MINNELLI PERFORMS - Since making her big screen debut at the tender age of three in 1949's…in “the good old summertime" alongside mom Judy Garland, singer and actress Liza Minnelli has become one of the most recognizable names in entertainment. She's won countless industry awards and is one of the best performers of her time. This legendary singer will be joining us in the studio to sing a song from her new Broadway show.

THANKSGIVING DINNER DANGERS FOR YOUR PET - Like to feed your pets the some of the leftovers from Thanksgiving? Although they might love you for it, it may not be healthy. Resident veterinarian Debbye Turner will join us to talk about the foods you should and should NOT give to your pets this holiday season.

ENERGY SAVING WINDOW TREATMENTS - Window treatments are an excellent way to save energy. They provide insulation during the cold winter months as well as repel the heat during the summer. Different styles will provide better energy savings. The benefits of these special window treatments are: Reduced energy consumption AND Lower Energy bills. And guess what - they’re not expensive! We’ll show you how these new products work and tell you how much money they can save you this winter.

THE DANGERS OF BUYING COUNTERFEIT ITEMS - when you think of counterfeit goods --you probably think of designer purses and clothes. But that's not all that's being faked....and some counterfeit items can actually cause serious harm to you and your family. Consumer correspondent Susan Koeppen will join us to talk about how you can detect these fake items, so that you don’t put your family in danger.

CAN YOUR BOSS GIVE YOU A HEART ATTACK? - In Tuesday’s healthwatch, we’ll look at the connection between bad bosses and heart attacks. Is your manager's leadership style increasing your risk for heart disease? A new European study researched the affects of an employer's behavior on workers' risks of cardiovascular incidents. Joining us from Vanderbilt university medical center in Nashville will be Dr. Travis Stork. He will talk to us about this new study and tell you how you can detect if you are being affected by your boss’ behaviors.

LEGENDARY INVESTOR JIM RODGERS - legendary investor Jim Rogers will give us his forecast on the future of the economy in the united states and why he believes china will surpass us as the world's largest economy in as little as twenty years.

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

 

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