Surveillance video shows moments after Dayonte Resiles ditched his jail jumpsuit, removed his handcuffs, and ran through an exit
Pokemon Go has swept the nation, but it's also caused headaches for players who don't do a good job paying attention to their surroundings. Carter Evans has more. (Click here to watch the YouTube video featured in this story.)
Abraham Lincoln's wife saw a lot of tragedy in her years. That contributed to years of depression for Mary Todd Lincoln, but there may have been a physical cause for her mental anguish as well. Dr. Jon LaPook has more.
Eleven-year-old Brodie Copeland and his father, Sean, were among the victims in Thursday night's attack in France. Two of Brodie's classmates spoke with Omar Villafranca about the Texas natives.
The Republican National Convention gets started Monday, but there's still questions about how well the event will be secured. And also, reportedly, how the event will be paid for. Julianna Goldman has more.
Donald Trump had one job Saturday, introducing Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, his new running mate. After nearly 10 minutes of talk about pretty much everything else, Trump finally made room for Pence. Major Garrett has more on the new big ticket for the Republican Party.
Intern briefly fired for tweeting a photo of a sign telling employees how to respond to questions about alligators in the theme park's waters
His brother performed CPR, but Christopher Scurry Jr. died at the hospital an hour later
Donald Trump made it official. The Trump-Pence ticket is off and running to try and win the White House for the Republicans. The presumptive Republican nominee spoke before an audience of press and supporters before introducing the Indiana governor.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence stepped into the spotlight Saturday. He was formally announced as Donald Trump's running mate in the 2016 race for the White House.
The great white may be the ocean's most feared fish, but scientists say there are more questions than answers when it comes to the sharks. National Geographic Magazine takes a deeper dive into the world of the great white in its July issue, as part of the magazine's "Summer of Sharks," highlighting a different species each month. Photographer Brian Skerry joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to share how he captures his up-close shots of sharks and explain why the great whites remain a mystery and aren't as scary as they seem.
Chef Missy Robbins is one of just 10 American women to lay claim to a coveted Michelin star. A native of New Haven, Connecticut, Robbins got her culinary start in Washington, D.C. She later spent extensive time in Italy, learning that country's exquisite cooking styles before returning to the U.S. Her new Brooklyn restaurant, "Lilia," is already drawing critical acclaim, earning three stars from the New York Times. More importantly, it's achieving her primary goal of making people happy. Robbins joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to share her story and signature recipes.
It's been nearly 50 years since Buzz Aldrin's boots hit the ground on the moon. But this American hero still has his sights set on space. He talks about his storied past and vision for the future in his new book, "No Dream Is Too High: Life Lessons From a Man Who Walked on the Moon." Meg Oliver reports.
A star student and track athlete at the exclusive Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire is due in court next month to answer charges stemming from an alleged sexual assault last fall. Chukwudi Ikpeazus is accused of fondling a 17-year-old female student and charged with misdemeanor sexual assault. Police are also investigating the prestigious prep school and how it handled the case. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to weigh in on the case.
Philip Bump, politics reporter for "The Washington Post," joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the impact of heightened terrorism and national security concerns on the presidential race in the wake of the deadly Nice attack. He also weighs in on the impact Donald Trump's vice presidential pick -- Indiana Governor Mike Pence - could have on his campaign.
Comedian Paul Mecurio on the NBA power forward whose departure from the court highlights the less-than-remarkable attitudes of other star athletes
In today's Morning Rounds, CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and Dr. Tara Narula weigh in on a new warning by the American Heart Association that many commonly used medications could cause or worsen heart failure. Also, Dr. LaPook reports on a new study that examines how a physical cause may have driven former First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln's mental struggles and erratic behaviors.
In this Morning Rounds series, CBS News medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and Dr. Tara Narula weigh in on a new warning by the American Heart Association that many commonly used medications could cause or worsen heart failure. Also, Dr. LaPook reports on a new study that examines how a physical cause may have driven former First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln's mental struggles and erratic behaviors.
Donald Trump is expected to introduce Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his vice presidential running mate Saturday morning in New York. Trump postponed making the announcement on Friday out of respect for the victims in the terror attack in France. Trump also became the first presidential candidate in history to announce his vice presidential pick on Twitter. Major Garrett reports.
Chaos for Turkey after the military tries to overthrow the government. Also, questions about the killer's motive as more people are taken into custody over the Nice terror attack. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.