Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Kuralt's On The Road revisited...you won't want to miss this tonight on The CBS Evening News



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TONIGHT ON THE CBS EVENING NEWS

Here’s an early look at what we are working on from Anchor and Managing Editor of The CBS Evening News, Katie Couric

Hi everyone,

It is take two for the government’s $700 billion financial rescue plan. Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson said today that instead of buying back toxic mortgages, the government will invest more money directly into banks. It’s a complicated story, but Anthony Mason will walk us through what this change means, and where all that money is going.

Sharyl Attkisson will follow up by examining what happened to the “transparency” that was promised as it divides up your tax dollars and invests them in banks. The government’s money men are making many of these decisions under a veil of secrecy. Sharyl looks at what we know - and don’t know - about the bailout.

Did you know less than 1 percent of the average American’s income went towards savings last year? In our special series, The Other America, Seth Doane introduces us to one woman who lost everything - but who's succeeded in starting over. She's even putting money away … with a little help from a new program that's aimed at teaching how to save. And that's something we could all learn from.

You've heard of Internet viruses, but what about software so smart it can tell if a virus - specifically, the flu - is coming to your neighborhood? Could a search engine be better at predicting an outbreak than government experts? Mark Strassmann shows us Google's new “flu symptom” tracking.

Finally tonight: Remember Charles Kuralt's legendary On The Road dispatches? Well, 30 years later, our Steve Hartman has decided to trace his footsteps on some of the most moving stories about everyday Americans that Charles found. We're calling this new series, On The Road … Again, and it debuts tonight with an update on what was one of Kuralt’s biggest yarns. Check out a preview here. Click Here

See you tonight, Katie

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

Treasury Head Unveils Revised Bailout Plan
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Google Using Search To Track Flu Trends
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And here's an early look at one of the stories we are working on for Thursday’s broadcast: We had to venture deep into the woods to revisit THIS amazing story Charles Kuralt brought us more than a quarter century ago. A man who builds beautiful birch bark canoes by hand. Steve Hartman goes ON THE ROAD AGAIN TOMORROW NIGHT, ONLY on the 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 Actor and Comedian Russell Brand… Plus musical guest Charlie Haden!


THURSDAY MORNING ON THE EARLY SHOW

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

Along with the top news of the day, we will also have the following stories:

MINNEAPOLIS’ RESCUE PLAN FOR NEIBORHOODS HIT BY FORECLOSURES - Thursday, the city of Minneapolis and a group of big mortgage lenders are going to announce a groundbreaking program designed to slow the devastation of neighborhoods hammered by foreclosures. There will be a news conference Thursday afternoon to decide on what the banks are going to do to help. We will be talking to the Mayor of Minneapolis, RT Rybak, to find out how this plan came about and how it is going to help homeowners.

FIVE DAYS FIVE DECADES: THE 1980’s - Thursday, we continue our series Five Days Five Decades with a look at the 1980’s...when big hair and perms were cool and shoulder pads and leg warmers were apart of your everyday wardrobe. MTV made its debut and your favorite eighties one hit wonders hit the airwaves. Take a walk back in time with us and remember your childhood 80’s memories.

80’S FASHIONS: POWER SUITS AND MIAMI VICE - the mantra for the 80's was the bigger the better in everything, including fashion. Shoulder pads and big hair were staples and popular music played a huge role in what people wore. Back with us will be Gordon Espinet, vice president of makeup artistry MAC and 80's fashion icon herself Joan Collins, also known as "Alexis Carrington" fashion diva of dynasty fame. They will bring us an 80’s fashion show with authentic 80’s clothing and styles.

ONE HIT WONDERS PERFORM THEIR HITS LIVE! - Joining us on Thursday will be - Katrina, Stacey Q & Bertie Higgins…the names might not ring a bell, but their songs should. They were three big 80s stars, with songs that helped shape the music of the decade. They will be in the studio to sing their hits - “Walking On Sunshine,” “Key Largo” and “Two Of Hearts.”

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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