This special looks at the challenges America is facing when it comes to religious bigotry and why this climate of fear and intolerance is a threat to our democracy
Brexit vote sends not only economic but political shockwaves reverberating around the world
Britain's vote to leave the European Union has set off a wave of aftershocks across the continent and beyond. The so-called Brexit vote has also been met with what some are calling "bregret," and that even includes people who wanted out of the EU. Jonathan Vigliotti has more.
Now that it's officially summer, you're probably ready to kick back and think about anything but your financial life. Before you shut down, there's a perfect antidote to summer brain freeze. Jill Schlesinger reports.
Somalia car bomb suspected to be carried out by extremist group linked to al Qaeda
NASA and private companies are planning expeditions to Mars. The new space race could be titled "Destination: Mars." But the astronaut explorers will face the problem of growing food, so U.S. scientists went to the bone-dry deserts of South America to cook up a solution. Mark Albert reports.
The Brexit decision has affected markets around the world. CBS News senior business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the impact and the possibility of a global recession.
The fallout from Britain's vote to leave the European Union could mean that other other nations might decide to leave as well. Fifty-two percent of Britain's voters decided to depart, sending stock markets falling. Prime Minister David Cameron plans to leave by October. Mark Phillips reports from Britain's Parliament.
Hundredths of a second sometimes spell the difference between first place and second place in the Olympic Games. Popular Mechanics looked at some of the gear and technology athletes are using to boost their chances at next month's Rio Games. Matt Goulet, the magazine's senior associate editor, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to explain how some of the top Olympic technology is being used.
The aftershocks of Britain's decision to leave the European Union are being felt here in the U.S. President Obama and presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton all weighed in on the decision on Friday. Errol Barnett reports.
Gillian Tett, U.S. managing editor of The Financial Times, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the economic fallout from the so-called Brexit decision and whether it could lead to a domino effect in Europe.
Now that Great Britain has decided to leave the European Union, the next step may be to decide when. The vote could open the door for other countries to leave the EU and Great Britain itself could break apart. Fifty-two percent of the British electorate voted to leave EU, which sent global stock markets falling. Britain is now in uncharted territory. Mark Phillips reports from Britain's Parliament in London.
Twenty-three people are dead and more missing after devastating floods in West Virginia. Also, California declares a state of emergency as its worst wildfire of the year gets even bigger. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
Britain's startling decision to leave the European Union has reignited talks of Texas breaking away from the United States
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Donald Trump's presidential campaign has a number of similarities with the "Leave EU" movement. Most notably, both campaigns focused on nationalism and a major crackdown on immigration. Dean Reynolds reports.
Donald Trump coincidentally landed in Scotland to re-open one of his golf courses just as the decision by the United Kingdom to leave the EU was becoming clear. The Republican nominee saw parallels between the "leave" campaign and his own in the U.S. Charlie D'Agata has more.
Markets worldwide flirted with circuit breakers Friday after Britain's decision to leave the EU. The negative reaction from the markets comes from the uncertainty that follows Britain's move. Anthony Mason reports.
The United Kingdom voted to withdraw from the European Union in a referendum Thursday. Prime Minister David Cameron announced his resignation following the final results. Now many are wondering what happens next. Mark Phillips has more.
A U.S. official says additional punishments against seven other sailors are under review and decisions will be announced next week