Winners and Losers -- Fallout From Midterm Election: Time magazine’s Michael Duffy will discuss what the results could mean for the nation’s hotly debated issues.
Iraq: What New Course?: Democrats have a mandate to set a new course. But what are the real options for change in Iraq? We’ll debate what the future may look like in the war-torn country.
Healthwatch -- Five Pains You Shouldn’t Ignore: Pain is your body’s way of telling you something is wrong, and failure to address it could lead to serious problems. Dr. Mallika Marshall will tell us about five pains you should never ignore.
Starting Your Career: Doug Hardy, former editor in chief of Monster.com and co-author of the "Monster Careers" book series will talk about the five most important things to do when starting a career, whether it’s your first or not. We’ll include some special, never-before-seen video of the Saturday Early Show anchors starting out! Also: how parents can help children get their start without being overbearing.
Queen for a Saturday: We'll announce and crown our second "Queen for a Saturday."
Saturday Spotlight -- Nancy Pelosi: A look at the mother of five who’s about to become the most powerful woman in U.S. history, just two heartbeats from the presidency. Joie Chen gives us a personal look at the presumptive next House speaker.
Road to Retirement -- Part 3: Financial advisrr Ray Martin has retirement planning advice for people 50 and older.
“How to Avoid Marrying a Jerk”: John Van Epp, author of “How to Avoid Marrying a Jerk,” will discuss his "Relationship Attachment Model" (RAM) method, which he will demonstrate with a special board, and his "Premarital Interpersonal Choice and Knowledge" (PICK) system. He will also discuss how this applies to recent celebrity breakups.
Chef on a Shoestring -- John Willoughby: The executive editor of "The Gourmet Cookbook” will make a “gourmet” steak dinner for $40.
Menu: Roasted red pepper & white bean spread with pita toasts; Chuck blade steaks w/ herbed wine sauce, roasted french fries & creamed scallions; Individual pineapple upside-down cakes – and a bottle of wine.
Second Cup Café: Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Shawn Colvin sings.