The student loan numbers are staggering: 40 million borrowers with more than $1.2 trillion in outstanding debt. That’s an average student loan balance of $29,000. Yahoo finance senior columnist Michael Santoli joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss how the debt is attracting scam artists.
The legendary rock musician is now out with his 12th solo album, Saturns Pattern. He joins Saturday Sessions to perform the title track, “Saturns Pattern.”
In 1999 Anthony Porter was released after spending 16 years on death row in an Illinois prison. Porter had been convicted in the 1982 murder of two teenagers in a Chicago park. According to a new documentary “Murder in the Park,” there is more to the story. The film’s co-director Shawn Rech joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to talk more about the case.
The comedian has interviewed many of the world’s biggest celebrities for his popular “WTF” podcast, all done from his makeshift studio in his garage. His 613th episode topped all the previous ones, Maron hosted President Obama for a candid one hour conversation. Maron joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to talk about the experience.
Dance halls in Texas were the hearts of their towns. But, the tradition and popularity of the honky-tonks are dwindling. David Begnaud reports on how historic dancehalls are endangered.
Born and raised in Maryland, the chef is a true child of the Chesapeake, working at a local hotel wihere he first learned to cook. In 2008 he opened his first restaurant, Volt, and he hasn’t looked back. In his new cookbook “Home,” he puts his own twist on the mid-Atlantic classic and comfort dishes that he grew up with. Voltaggio joins The Dish to discuss his recipes.
The singer-songwriter is British rock royalty. Now, the legendary front man of The Jam and Style Council is out with his 12th solo album, Saturns Pattern. Anthony Mason sits down with the musician to talk about his long career and latest project, and he joins Saturday Sessions to perform “Going my Way.”
The frontman of The Jam and Style Council is now out with his 12th solo album, which Rolling Stone calls “a fresh way forward through familiar pasts.” He joins Saturday Sessions to perform “I'm Where I Should Be.”
The lovably ugly are celebrated at the annual competition for beauty-challenged canines in Petaluma, Calif.
The tradition and popularity of the honky tonks are dwindling
Within minutes of the decision, the race began for many gay couples to apply for marriage licenses. In some states it was instant, while in others the ability to tie the knot got a bit tied up. Carter Evans reports.
The Supreme Court found gay and lesbian Americans have a constitutional right to marry. Thirteen years ago, no state allowed gay marriage, and now it will soon be legal in all of them. The White House celebrated the decision last night by bathing the Presidential mansion in rainbow colors. Jan Crawford reports.
Hundreds of law enforcement officers search for escaped killer after police gun down other runaway prisoner
One of the escaped prisoners in New York state was killed. Richard Matt was shot to death in Malone, New York, in a wooded area near the Canadian border. It's about 30 miles from the maximum security Clinton Correctional facility in Dannemora, where they escaped on June 6th. Hundreds of police officers are still searching for David Sweat. Anna Werner reports.
The hunt for two prison escapees is now down to one. And, several states scramble to issue marriage licenses after the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on same-sex marriage. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo confirmed that Richard Matt was shot and David Sweat remains at large.
The remarkable week that roused the president from dejection and inspired a stirring call to action
A funeral for Rev. Clementa Pinckney was held Friday at a basketball arena but it wasn't large enough to fit all those who wanted to attend. CBS News correspondent Michelle Miller reports on the mourners who waited in the heat for a chance to pay their respects.
President Obama delivered a stirring eulogy for Rev. Clementa Pinckney that included singing a verse from "Amazing Grace." CBS News correspondent Jeff Pegues reports.
Escaped inmate N.Y. Richard Matt was shot and killed by a U.S. Border Patrol tactical unit, sources tell CBS News. CBS News correspondent Anna Werner reports on the latest developments from the scene in Malone, New York.