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All the slush and shivers of a winter to remember could deal a significant blow to an economy that grew only 2.7 percent in 2013. But economists believe productivity will pick up in the spring and may cover the losses of this winter. Dean Reynolds reports.
Coordinating an entire group of people to strategically lie to someone like Larry King isn't easy, but his wife pulled it off.
Rebecca Sinderbrand, Deputy White House Editor for POLITICO, joins UTTM to discuss the Congressional budget office report's findings.
Tom from Liverpool's Outfit talks to Last.fm about their debut album 'Performance' ahead of their biggest London headline show to date
Selena Gomez has admitted that she secretly went to rehab for two weeks. The hosts discuss. Sharon Osbourne says, "It can do no harm. There's so much pressure...Good luck to her and good girl for going to get help."
A professional poker player is under suspicion for the brutal murder of his parents. Peter Van Sant reports Saturday, Feb. 8 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
"Criminal Minds" star and Julliard School graduate Thomas Gibson says he has "the itch" to return to theater.
Star power was out in full force in New York City for the premiere of George Clooney's World War 2 historical action film Monuments Men.
The number of heroin users in the U.S. has doubled since 2002 to 335,000 people, and deaths related to drug have jumped 44 percent in just five years. A new drug cocktail of heroin laced with the powerful pain reliever fentanyl has been blamed for 22 recent deaths near Pittsburgh. Vinita Nair reports.
Michigan Wolverines head coach Brady Hoke joins the CBSSports.com National Signing Day crew to talk about the big day in college football recruiting.