In Mississippi, a 46-year-old man is charged with murdering two Roman Catholic nuns. They were found inside their home after apparently being stabbed to death. Kenneth Craig reports on the case that has shocked the nation.
A federal judge has delivered a setback to North Carolina's so-called "bathroom law." The judge ruled that the University of North Carolina cannot stop two transgender students and an employee from using restrooms that match their gender identity. Paula Reid explains the ruling.
With the election nearly 10 weeks away, national polls show Hillary Clinton six points ahead of Donald Trump. This is a busy weekend for both canidates. Trump is campaigning in Iowa while Clinton is getting an intelligence briefing from the FBI. Errol Barnett has the campaigns covered.
28-year-old in custody in beating deaths; motive for alleged attack remains under investigation
The Los Angeles skyline may look drastically different than the centuries-old villages pulverized in massive earthquake, but looks can be deceiving
New York City police looking into incident that startled passengers, halted train
Pictures made it appear that part of the engine had blown off, but airline spokesman says there was no explosion
Ritvo addressed his long battle with Ewing's sarcoma in works that were both humorous and searing
Customers reported finding worms in food at fast-food chain's restaurants in two Kentucky communities
Colin Kaepernick says reasons behind demonstration before facing Green Bay Packers are "bigger than football"
From the Academy of Country Music Honors to a Mars lander anniversary, “Sunday Morning” takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead
Etsy expands reach beyond online marketplace, allowing sellers to pitch their products directly to major retailers
U.S. states have a massive shortfall in their retirement systems, according to The Pew Charitable Trusts. Also, the merger of the world's largest brewers will lead to thousands of job cuts. Brook Silva-Braga reports on the day's top MoneyWatch headlines.
Etsy is an online marketplace where entrepreneurs can sell anything to anyone. Close to two milion makers and sellers already swear by the website's reach, but Etsy wanted to take it a step further, giving their sellers a chance to pitch their products directly to major retailers. Vinita Nair gives a behind-the-scenes look at what makes a winning product.
Chef Michael Chernow got his start working in restaurants as a teenager. In 2009, the lifelong New Yorker and his childhood friend, Daniel Holzman, opened their first "Meatball Shop" in New York City. Five more locations followed, and now, Chernow is bringing local seafood to the city with his new restaurant, "Seamore's." Chef Chernow joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to share his story and signature dishes.
Few things have had a greater impact on human civilization than books. While there will always be writers, the print-on-paper books is in decline, increasingly replaced by screens. But one relic of the book-selling past still thrives in New York City. Anthony Mason reports.
In a much anticipated speech Friday at the Central Bank's annual Jackson Hole Summit, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen expressed optimism about the U.S. economy. Most experts expect the Central Bank will raise its historic low interest rate before the end of the year. Financial expert Vera Gibbons, senior consumer analyst with GasBuddy.com, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the "ambiguity" of a possible interest-rate hike and factors to watch for, including the upcoming August jobs report.
If you're one of the throngs of families sending a child off to college, you'll need to make a lot of financial decisions in a short period of time. Jill Schlesinger reports on where to start.
Fantasy sports used to be an informal pastime for fans, but these days, it's big business. More than 60 million people play and bet on daily fantasy sports. This generated more than $3 billion in entry fees last year -- a figure that could reach 14 billion by 2020. Andrew Brandt, director of the Moodrad Center for Sports Law at Villanova University, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss how new state regulators are changing the game.
Police in Phoenix are frustrated. Five months after a serial shooter began attacking -- killing seven people -- there are few leads and no motive. On Thursday, city officials called a news conference to say they're not even close to solving the crimes. Mireya Villarreal reports.