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  • In our lead segment: Nationwide, squatters are becoming a serious issue for homeowners and new buyers. Correspondent Judy Muller takes a deeper look at the situation here in Southern California and finds out that squatters are not only seeking temporary refuge in empty homes. They're now furnishing them and illegally putting them up for rent on websites like Craigslist.

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  • Up Front: Correspondent Brian Rooney explores how the under- and unemployed are now making money -- as long as they have a smartphone and the right app. Plus, CNN's Dan Simon profiles 32-year old Leah Busque, developer and CEO of Task Rabbit, who some people have dubbed "the new Mark Zuckerberg." In the Studio: The...

  • Up Front: Bucking the trend of immigration into the U.S., more immigrants -- or their children -- are heading back to their countries of origin to look for opportunities. It's a trend referred to as "reverse migration."

    In the Studio: Madeleine Brand speaks to Michael Apted, director of the "Up" documentary series, which began by interviewing a group...

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  • Up Front: The unusually cold temperatures in Southern California of late are thought to have claimed the lives of three homeless people, two of them in the city of Costa Mesa. Correspondent Brian Rooney went there recently to see what officials are doing to help the homeless population.

    In the Studio:

      • Since Rooney's report, Costa...

  • Up Front: The unusually cold temperatures in Southern California of late are thought to have claimed the lives of three homeless people, two of them in the city of Costa Mesa. Correspondent Brian Rooney went there recently to see what officials are doing to help the homeless population.

    In the Studio:

      • Since Rooney's report, Costa...

  • The Crane Chorus and Symphony Orchestra present a special holiday concert. Featuring over 300 carolers and musicians from the Crane School of Music at the State University of New York at Potsdam, the concert includes traditional Christmas and seasonal hymns along with popular favorites.

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