Hundreds of police officers search for convicted killers after worker accused of aiding escape enters plea
Rachel Dolezal says she will speak about furor over racial identity after parents say she falsely portrays herself as black
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is making her second bid for the White House. She officially announced her candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination on Roosevelt Island in New York.
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Dallas Police Chief David Brown held a press conference after a lone gunman attacked police officers. He revealed the chain of events that led up to a police sniper shooting the man suspected of opening fire on police headquarters.
Gordon Parks' photography helped awaken America at the dawn of the civil rights era, but some of his most important early work seemed lost
Brennan was born to cook. His parents were restaurateurs in Virginia, and by high school his future was set. In 1993 he opened his first restaurant, Picholine, which quickly earned him three stars from the New York Times and two stars in the Michelin guide. Brennan joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” for The Dish.
Gordon Park’s courageous photography helped awaken America at the dawn of the civil rights era. He was a master of portraying people from every walk of life. But for years some of Parks’ most important early work seemed lost. Now, as Anthony Mason reports, a new generation of Americans can see it for themselves.
Police chief says sniper shot at suspect through van windshield during standoff
For the past 30 years, the Brooklyn native as taken his brand of standup to every corner of the country, hosted numerous television programs and spent five years writing and appearing on "Saturday Night Live." Quinn joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss comedy, and new book entitled "The Coloring Book, A Comedian Solves Race Relations in America."
The “Star Trek” veteran and internet favorite is now bound for Broadway. In a play this fall, he will tell a true and very personal story from America’s not so distant past. Anthony Mason reports.
It’s still nearly a year and a half before the presidential election, but starting today the campaign is officially on. Hillary Clinton will make her bid for the Democratic nomination official, with a speech at a rally in New York City. CBS News political director and host of “Face the Nation” John Dickerson joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss Clinton’s announcement.
Many companies now believe personality testing is best to measure an applicant’s friendliness, curiosity and independence, but not everybody agrees. The cover story of Time magazine this week takes a closer look at the trend. Time staff writer Eliza Gray joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” with the details.
An FDA panel is supporting new weapons to fight heart disease. The expert group recommended approval of a new approach to help lower cholesterol. And, in Haiti two baby girls went through a dangerous operation. Dr. Jon LaPook and Dr. Holly Phillips join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss the latest.
CBS News previously reported on a Dallas pharmacy that was billing insurance companies nearly $13,000 for a jar of custom scar cream. And, the U.S. military health care system is paying more than $300 million a month for custom preparations that many doctors say are useless. Now, Jim Axelrod has another expose.
After years of battling congressional republicans over every issue imaginable, President Obama has suffered a major defeat at the hands of his own party. Democrats, spurred by labor unions, joined with conservative republicans to block legislation lowering trade barriers with nations ringing the Pacific. Julianna Goldman reports from Washington
Hillary Clinton will speak at a campaign kickoff rally in New York City, where she will articulate in detail why she is running for president. Nancy Cordes reports from the rally site on Roosevelt Island.
It has now been over a week since two convicted murders escaped from an upstate New York prison. Officials suspected the men had help and now they've arrested the prison employee they believe assisted the daring escape. Anna Werner has the latest developments.
Dallas police are involved in a standoff with at least one suspect who allegedly fired at police headquarters from an armored van. Authorities believe at least one gunman has barricaded himself inside the van. Vincente Arenas joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" with a live report.
New details on the woman accused of helping killers escape. And, an armored van opens fire at police headquarters in Dallas. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.