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Is college football's best player Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota, Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon or Alabama receiver Amari Cooper?
12/13: Protesters march with message against excessive force; Chef crusades to make carp the catch of the day
In Washington, protesters marched down Pennsylvania Avenue with the families of Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Trayvon Martin and Tamir Rice. Families who lost loved ones at the hands of police led the Millions March in New York City; and, leaping Asian Carp are fun to watch, but they are a real threat because they multiply so fast and eat so much they starve out native fish. One chef is on a crusade to get them on American plates with a new name: the silverfin.
As victims' families turn grief to activism, no public ceremonies planned 2 years after 26 people died at Sandy Hook Elementary School
Plainclothes officer pointed gun at demonstrators in Oakland after another officer was struck in the head
Videos games aren't just for those at the controls, with competitive gaming on the rise as a spectator sport
Rallies in Washington, D.C., and New York City protest recent fatal encounters between police and unarmed African Americans
Protesters seek law enforcement reforms in the wake of deaths of unarmed black men Michael Brown, Eric Garner
What began as an embarrassment or joke is now a national institution
Adidas poached three of Nike's top designers earlier this year, and things have gotten ugly between the two sides. Nike filed at $10 million lawsuit against the designers over the claim that they stole trade secrets. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins "CBS This Morning Saturday" to discuss the case.
Many of the protestors demonstrating around the country in recent weeks have been young adults. Elaine Quijano sat down with six millennials to get their takes on race relations in America.
Week of marches across the country protesting excessive force by police culminates in Washington
Built in a former bomb shelter, the Library of Congress' National Audio-Visual Conservation Center stores 1.4M films, TV and video recordings that tell America's story
Friday shooting that police believe was gang-related injured 3 outside alternative high school
Demonstrators will assemble in Washington, D.C. for the start of the Justice For All march on Saturday, protesting the use of excessive force by police. The event is scheduled to last more than three hours, including a rally at the Capitol. Mark Albert reports from Washington.
Meteorologist Ed Curran of Chicago station WBBM has the day's forecast.
Torrential rain on the West Coast provided some drought relief, but also triggered mudslides and flooded roads. At least three people died in the storms. Bigad Shaban reports from Camarillo Springs, California.
After drenching the Bay Area, storm dumps five inches of rain in Southern California, causing landslides, river rescues and flooding
After a deadly confrontation in Ferguson, Missouri and Staten Island, New York, more police departments around the country have started using body cameras. But in the near future, they likely won't be the only ones wearing them on the job. CNET.com's Kara Tsuboi explains who else may be using the cameras and what that means for your privacy and protection.
The National Weather Service believes a small tornado hit South Central Los Angeles on Friday. A witness caught the twister on tape.
In Southern California there is mud and rubble up to the roof lines; A Missouri sheriff's department has been out pulling over motorists this month in a sting operation the likes of which this country has never seen.