The Early Show

  • 1999
  • TV Show
  • None

A morning mixture of news, features and weather, telecast from a Manhattan studio across from Central Park. The launch of `The Early Show' in 1999 marked Bryant Gumbel's return to the morning wars in a ratings battle against his old program, NBC's `Today,' as well as ABC's `Good Morning America.' With the exits of Gumbel, co-anchor Jane Clayson and weat (more…)

Inside the Iowa caucuses: a primer
03:04 — Why do the Iowa caucuses matter? Former Des Moines Register chief political reporter David Yepsen discusses the importance of the Iowa caucuses -- and (more…)
Congress Heads Back to Work
03:14 — Erica Hill talks to CBS News political analyst, John Dickerson about the challenges that await the new Congress.
Dueling Volcanoes in Asia
00:25 — Japan's Kirishima volcano and Indonesia's Mount Bromo both spewed hot ash and smoke into the sky, causing flight delays in Asia. Jeff Glor reports.
International aid not enough in Japan
01:42 — International aid has poured into Japan after the 8.9 magnitude quake and tsunami devastated the country. Ben Tracy reports.
Getting Your Child Offline and In Line
03:32 — Erica Hill talks to child psychologist, Dr. Jennifer Hartstein and AOL Consumer Advisor, Regina Lewis about the most practical ways to enforce "digita (more…)
Puppy-proofing Your Home
02:55 — Dr. Debbye Turner Bell showed Harry Smith what toxic household substances and foods to keep away from your dog.
"Honeymoon: Take 2" reflections on the week
03:20 — Erica Hill and Chris Wragge talk to the four couples in the Honeymoon: Take 2 competition about their most memorable experiences.
Salmonella-Tainted Eggs Apology
02:14 — Lawmakers grilled the father and son team responsible for millions of recalled eggs. Nancy Cordes reports.
Girl Missing, Mom Found Dead
03:10 — Erica Hill speaks with Roanoke Country Police Chief Ray Lavinder about the 12-year-old girl missing after her mother was found dead.
Blythe Danner's osteoporosis battle
03:23 — Postmenopausal osteoporosis is a disease that weakens the bones over time, making them more likely to break. CBS News Medical Correspondent, Dr. Jenni (more…)
A Moment of Silience at Ground Zero
04:44 — A moment of silence followed by Chris Wragge and Rebecca Jarvis discussing the politicalization of 9/11 with Middle East expert Reza Aslan.
Public workers stage huge strike in the U.K.
02:46 — Public workers in Britain are staging a huge nationwide strike over austerity packages and cutbacks. Charlie D'Agata reports on the potential crisis f (more…)
East Coast prepares for Hurricane Irene
02:15 — Current forecast models have Hurricane Irene's outer bands sweeping Florida late this week before its center takes aim at the Carolinas this weekend. (more…)
Experts: Worst spring allergies in years
02:31 — Chris Wragge speaks with medical correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton about why this is the worst allergy season in decades.
Study: Women healthier due to genetic advantage
03:08 — Dr. Jennifer Ashton speaks to the "Early Show" anchors about new research that suggests a biological advantage could explain why women get sick less t (more…)
Marine Sgt. Meyer to receive Medal of Honor
03:15 — For the first time since the Vietnam War, a U.S. Marine will stand in front of President Obama to receive the Medal of Honor. Sgt. Dakota Meyer speaks (more…)
Madoff suicide claims in spotlight
03:02 — New York Times Senior Financial Writer Diana Henriques offers different opinions to the "Early Show" anchors about Ruth Madoff's claim on "60 Minutes" (more…)
Gov't may tighten standards for arsenic in juice
00:26 — The government is looking to tighten standards for arsenic levels in fruit juices. Terrell Brown reports.
Water spout off Australia
00:52 — CBS News Raw: A waterspout appeared off the central coast of Australia's New South Wales, causing a huge sprouting fountain in the middle of the ocean (more…)
Britain expels Qadaffi regime diplomats
00:21 — British Foreign Secretary William Hague announced that it will recognize the Libya's rebels as the country's legitimate government. Jeff Glor reports.
The Future Of Your Face
04:09 — Rebecca Jarvis and Chris Wragge discuss and test out new age progression software with dermatologist Dr. Jeanie Downie.
Romney peaking at right time in Iowa?
04:02 — Mitt Romney has seen a late surge in polls in Iowa, a state he never expected to win, which is holding caucuses next week. Jan Crawford reports.
Banks: New fees for things that used to be free
03:48 — It may not cost you to use a debit card, but how about replacing that debit card? Or depositing a check with your mobile phone app? Erica Hill and Ch (more…)
Kerry: "More diplomacy, less military effort"
04:23 — Erica Hill talks to Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) about President Obama's plan to reduce troop levels in Afghanistan.
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  • Premiered: November 1, 1999
  • Rating: None
  • Premise: A morning mixture of news, features and weather, telecast from a Manhattan studio across from Central Park. The launch of `The Early Show' in 1999 marked Bryant Gumbel's return to the morning wars in a ratings battle against his old program, NBC's `Today,'… (more)

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