NEW YORK (AP) -- Sensing a rare opportunity to get noticed, CBS is setting aside its entire morning show Monday to the story of U.S. Airways pilot Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger and the crew that helped land a disabled jet in the Hudson River with no fatalities. Besides the crew members, "The Early Show" will talk to rescuers and survivors, and hear a performance from a singer who was on the flight and moved to write about what happened. "The Early Show" is perpetually third in the morning ratings. But it has a chance to reach new viewers with the show, which can be heavily promoted alongside Katie Couric's "60 Minutes" interview with the crew and during the Grammy Awards. Both shows are being aired the night before.