Thursday, December 4, 2008

CBS Evening News with Katie Couric E-Mail Alert



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Automakers made an encore appearance on Capitol Hill today, pleading with the Senate Banking Committee to approve a bailout, and their request has grown to at least $34 billion. Ford CEO Alan Mulally said his company acknowledged making big mistakes, as did GM CEO Rick Wagoner, who said "we made mistakes, which we're learning from." Will they get the money? Sharyl Attkisson has the full story.

 

Also, I'll speak one-on-one with Chrysler CEO Bob Nardelli, who promised today to begin to repay taxpayers for any loans by 2012.

 

Meanwhile, what's in a name? Anthony Mason asks whether Detroit simply has too many auto brands – especially when you can see the exact same car being sold under two or more different brand names.

 

Of course you want to find the best doctor when you’re sick, but is turning to your PC to find an M.D. the best way to go? There’s no shortage of websites that rate physicians. But who’s doing the ranking? Dr. Sanjay Gupta continues our series "Second Opinion: Medicine Online."

Finally, in this economy, even the rich can find themselves in financial jams. Ben Tracy browses the pawn shops in one of the country's swankiest neighborhoods, Beverly Hills, where folks are putting up jewelry, artwork, even their Ferraris as collateral.

 

See you tonight,

 



Katie Couric
CouricandCo@cbs.com

 

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