Rugged hills and dense woods provide cover for David Sweat, who broke out of Upstate N.Y. prison three weeks ago
There are plenty of maps and apps that can guide you to Yosemite National Park. But what if you want to see the top of El Capitan? Carter Evans shows you can climb or just click.
Nine people were killed when a sightseeing plane slammed into a cliff in a national forest near Ketchikan, Alaska. Eight of the victims were on a Holland America cruise. Jericka Duncan reports.
The Supreme Court's landmark decision legalizing same-sex marriage put Republican presidential candidates in a politically tricky position. Julianna Goldman reports.
The Supreme Court led by Chief Justice John Roberts has a majority of Republican appointees, but liberal rulings on Obamacare and same-sex marriage have left conservatives feeling betrayed. Jan Crawford discusses the court with Don Dahler.
A woman did what many have wanted to do: She climbed a flagpole and took down the Confederate flag that flies in front of the South Carolina Statehouse. Michelle Miller reports on this act of defiance.
Cynthia Hurd "lived by the motto, 'Be kinder than necessary,'" Gov. Nikki Haley says; Tywanza Sanders and Susie Jackson also mourned
For a short time, the Confederate battle flag didn't fly on the grounds of the South Carolina Statehouse after Bree Newsome climbed the flagpole and took it down. She was subsequently arrested. The flag can only be removed by a two-thirds vote in the legislature.
Flag at the center of controversy following deadly Charleston shooting removed by woman who climbed flagpole
More and more Americans have turned their flesh into an artist's canvas, turning an old phenomenon into a multi-billion dollar industry
"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead
On June 28, 1935, federal officials disclosed a previously-secret plan to build an underground vault in Kentucky for the nation's gold reserves
Don Featherstone made his indelible mark on the American landscape with his plastic lawn ornaments
The Maryland based chef says it’s a great time to be cooking in the D.C. area. He sat down with Grub Street’s senior editor Sierra Tishgart for “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to talk about social media, celebrity chefs, and his experience in the mid-Atlantic food scene.
Police say Dr. Jeff Bradstreet died of self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest days after his Ga. office was raided by FDA agents
Acura is recalling more than 100,000 SUVs because of a part that is prone to loosen or break, creating a hazard for other motorists. Also, YouTube stars will soon have an easier path to TV screens on Amazon Fire TV. Brian Webb reports on the day's top MoneyWatch headlines.
Doctors are allowed to prescribe pot in 23 states and Washington D.C. But, a ground-breaking new study challenges many of the expected health benefits that led to legalization. Dr. Holly Phillips and Dr. Tara Narula join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss the findings.
The student loan numbers are staggering: 40 million borrowers with more than $1.2 trillion in outstanding debt. That’s an average student loan balance of $29,000. Yahoo finance senior columnist Michael Santoli joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss how the debt is attracting scam artists.
The legendary rock musician is now out with his 12th solo album, Saturns Pattern. He joins Saturday Sessions to perform the title track, “Saturns Pattern.”
In 1999 Anthony Porter was released after spending 16 years on death row in an Illinois prison. Porter had been convicted in the 1982 murder of two teenagers in a Chicago park. According to a new documentary “Murder in the Park,” there is more to the story. The film’s co-director Shawn Rech joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to talk more about the case.