Managing editor of "USA Today Live," Lauren Ashburn speaks with "The Early Show" Saturday Edition anchor Erica Hill about a few "Silver Linings" which can be still found within the economy.
Holly Robinson Peete and her husband, former NFL star Rodney Peete, share many hopeful, positive experiences they've had with their autistic son, RJ, 12, and how they've managed to help him grow and blossom with lots of love and support, in "Early Coffee" on "The Early Show Saturday Edition."
For The Early Show's Thanksgiving Feast Chef on a Shoestring challenge, "The Next Food Network Star" winner Melissa d'Arabian was given a budget of 80 dollars to feed 8 people. Her holiday menu includes a roasted garlic-scented turkey with garlic scented stuffing, yam-marbled 2-in-1 mashed potatoes, sautéed red cabbage and apples with fennel, and a kale salad with spiced pecans.
The Pew Research Center surveyed 2,691 adults and found 39 percent say marriage is becoming obsolete, up from 28 percent who responded to the same question posed in 1978. Psychotherapist and relationship expert Heide Banks spoke with Rebecca Jarvis on if our perception of marriage has changed and what caused it.
It's not easy to make good decisions at the table when you're surrounded by so many once-a-year, favorite dishes but dietitian and personal chef Diane Henderiks shared some great tips with Rebecca Jarvis to keep you from doing damage to your waistline over Thanksgiving.
Between the overcrowded malls and the strict return policies, the shopping season can be stressful. Consumer Correspondent Susan Koeppen gave Rebecca Jarvis her smart shopping survival guide for the holidays.
Grammy nominated Five for Fighting's lead singer/songwriter John Ondrasik joined The Early Show's Second Cup Café and performed the title track off his latest CD "Slice."
Now that Mitt Romney has won the Iowa caucuses, has he already gained enough momentum to take the Republican presidential nomination? John Miller talks to Dean Reynolds, John Dickerson, and Caroline Horn about whether the other candidates can slow Romney down.
A then-14-year-old girl was deported to Colombia, even though the U.S. is her native country. Anna Warner reports.
Not only does Mark Moneymaker believe Bigfoot exists, he thinks there are multiple Bigfoots. John Miller speaks with him about his journeys looking for the elusive creature -- or creatures!
Trends on the Internet and social media include President Obama joining Instagram, a Casey Anthony video that suddenly surfaced, and a viral would-be Doritos commercial. Rebecca Jarvis sits with Gilt City's Maggie Coughlan to discuss.
It's easy for life to get very complicated. Rebecca Jarvis speaks with Mary Kate McGrath, senior editor of Real Simple magazine, about seven household items you can adapt to make you life easier.
The recent winner of the Food Network's "Next Iron Chef: Super Chefs" sits with Rebecca Jarvis to talk about his favorite dish: Cod Wrapped in Cabbage with Smoked Tuna
At this year's Final Four basketball games, Chris Wragge speaks with this week's "Early Line" panel in Detroit, as this once-profitable city now faces massive setbacks as a result of the recession.
With many now facing tough financial times, a New Jersey executive decided to offer a generous bonus to his staff in order to help each worker through this recession. KYW's Cydney Long reports.
Chris Wragge sits "At The Kitchen Table" at a unique diner in Detroit, where Matt Rafferty has allowed patrons who dine at his Whistle Stop Café to pay whatever they want whenever they eat there.