When it comes to weddings with exotic animals, the rules vary and the choices are costly, but the reactions are priceless. David Begnaud reports from Las Vegas.
When airlines introduced frequent flier programs more than 30 years ago, it was called one of the most ingenious marketing schemes ever. Now, its harder to earn miles, and to use them. CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to explain how its going to get even worse.
The NYT reports that an internal investigation found the agency mishandled, mislabeled and in half the cases it reviewed, lost evidence. And, the "Patriot News" in Harrisburg, PA says Obama has signed legislation to make families able to save for their children's futures.
Staples, the nation's largest office-supply retailer, is investigating the breach that took place earlier this year. Michael Regal, editor at large for Bloomberg News, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the cyber attack.
Obama says a mistake was made in canceling "The Interview." And, potential 2016 Presidential candidates disagree on Cuba. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
Sony is being sharply criticized for deciding not to release their film "The Interview" as a result of the recent cyber attack, which Obama addressed in his year-end message. Julianna Goldman reports from Washington.
CBS News national security analyst Juan Zarate weighs in on the subject from Washington.
Video recorded on cell phone and posted online appears to show officer throwing two punches as other officers attempted to subdue suspect
Hostage siege in Australia underscores need for vigilance, worldwide alert cautions
Gay couples in Florida will be able to get marriage licenses starting Jan. 5
The FBI confirmed today that the communist North Korea government was behind the hack attack against Sony Pictures Entertainment. President Obama said today that the U.S. would respond while claiming that Sony made a "mistake" in pulling the film; and, Steve Hartman's story on a Secret Santa's act of kindness in Kansas City, Mo. has become an online sensation. Hartman revisits a story that has touched the hearts of millions.
Shale oil producers are showing signs of concern in response to the drop in oil prices. Manuel Bojorquez reports from Mississippi, where some drilling projects are in jeopardy.
Steve Hartman's story on a Secret Santa's act of kindness in Kansas City, Mo. has become an online sensation. Hartman revists a story that has touched the hearts of millions.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported high levels of the flu in at least 13 states, mostly in the Midwest and South. The CDC said 11 children have died from the flu since September. Chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook reports on why this year's vaccine appears to be less effective than normal.
CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley continues his reporting from Havana, Cuba, where young Cubans are expressing hope for the future. Pelley asked them about how they plan to handle the opportunities born out of America's new relationship with Cuba.
Sony has gotten backlash from Hollywood stars in regards to pulling "The Interview" from theaters due to threats from suspected North Korea hackers. The breach has put cyber security under the spotlight, leading to opportunities for security startups. John Blackstone reports.
The FBI confirmed today that the communist North Korea government was behind the hack attack against Sony Pictures Entertainment. President Obama said today that the U.S. would respond while claiming that Sony made a "mistake" in pulling the film. Major Garrett reports from the White House.
This is the first time the United States has accused a foreign government of a cyber attack against a corporation. National security correspondent David Martin reports on how the FBI was able to connect the dots back to North Korea.
A look at some of the evidence the FBI used to tie the cyberattack against Sony to the North Korean government
3 women and a 6-year-old boy killed Wednesday night when a car hit a dozen pedestrians leaving a church holiday performance in Redondo Beach