After allegations that members of University of Florida's Zeta Beta Tau fraternity shouted insults and spat at veterans, the school suspended the fraternity. This is the latest trouble to unfold in Panama City Beach, Florida. Vicente Arenas reports.
After a massive earthquake struck Nepal, the U.S. government put dozens of American first-responders on alert. Some awaiting orders to go to Nepal are in Los Angeles. Carter Evans reports.
It was a $45 billion deal that faced high regulatory hurdles. But now that Comcast has pulled the plug on its plan to buy Time Warner Cable, a lot of questions remain. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger sheds light on Comcast’s decision.
U.S. detects overseas chatter from people linked to militant group encouraging lone wolf attacks
Elite search-and-rescue team from Los Angeles needs just a few hours to mobilize and head into a disaster zone
Zeta Beta Tau was charged by the university with offenses including yelling and spitting at veterans last weekend
Large crowd chanting, waving signs marches toward Baltimore's city hall over death of Freddie Gray
Amid slumping sales and the departure of its controversial CEO, the once-hot retailer Abercrombie & Fitch is headed in a new direction. Carter Evans tells us more about the overhaul.
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Multiple officers dispatched near southern tip of Manhattan to capture animal
A founding member and lead singer of the Grammy-winning string band Carolina Chocolate Drops, Rhiannon Giddens is out with her first solo album, "Tomorrow Is My Turn." She performs "Black Is the Color."
Award-winning chef Marcus Samuelsson is adventurous, creative and the author of five wide-ranging books on food and cooking. He's lived around the world and now lives in Harlem, where he'll be inviting top chefs for a unique food festival next month. He joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" for The Dish.
Summer blockbuster season is upon us. Marvel kicked things off with an all-star cast in “The Avengers: Age of Ultron,” and this big budget sequel is just one of the 86 new releases due out in the next few months. Managing editor and critic for the movie website screencrush.com joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to preview the upcoming films.
Hundreds will attend the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner tonight in Washington D.C. Last year, President Obama opened the dinner with witty jokes.
Scientists have long known that Yellowstone National Park sits atop a huge super-volcano, but it is bigger than they thought. University of Utah researchers detected a vast pool of magma deep beneath the park, enough to fill the Grand Canyon 11 times over. TIME magazine’s senior science editor Jeffrey Klugger joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss what we know about the volcano.
More than a third of American private employers have drug testing policies for their workers in accordance with the federal drug-free workplace act. But, times have changed since that law was passed 25 years ago. 23 states have legalized medical marijuana and voters in Colorado and Washington State have legalized recreational pot. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss how employers balance “zero tolerance” with these more lenient laws.
After they escaped from a farm and crossed a major highway their owners had them shot and killed. Albany County Sheriff Craig Apple says it had to be done.
Bright lights, good graphics and animation are redefining big buildings with what's known as "experience design"
A powerful earthquake struck near Katmandu, killing hundreds
Severe weather is affecting millions of people in the plains and the south. Funnel clouds rolled through Kansas, a tornado was spotted in Texas, and more rough weather is expected today from Texas to the Carolinas. WBBM's meteorologist Ed Curran tells us more.