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More than one million people are marching in London to demand a second Brexit referendum. It's the latest effort to halt Britain's departure from the European Union. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
More than one million people are marching in London to demand a second Brexit referendum. It's the latest effort to halt Britain's departure from the European Union. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
More than one million people are marching in London to demand a second Brexit referendum. It's the latest effort to halt Britain's departure from the European Union. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
CBS News' Paula Reid said she expects special counsel Robert Mueller will likely be subpoenaed by Congress. She said there could be an effort to bring him behind closed doors so he can talk more openly.
CBS News' Paula Reid said she expects special counsel Robert Mueller will likely be subpoenaed by Congress. She said there could be an effort to bring him behind closed doors so he can talk more openly.
CBS News' Paula Reid said she expects special counsel Robert Mueller will likely be subpoenaed by Congress. She said there could be an effort to bring him behind closed doors so he can talk more openly.
Rescue teams were sent to evacuate the cruise ship under extremely difficult circumstances
Rescue teams were sent to evacuate the cruise ship under extremely difficult circumstances
Rescue teams were sent to evacuate the cruise ship under extremely difficult circumstances
Rescue teams were sent to evacuate the cruise ship under extremely difficult circumstances
Rescue teams were sent to evacuate the cruise ship under extremely difficult circumstances
Parton is the driving force behind a charity that distributes books, completely free of charge, to children around the nation
Parton is the driving force behind a charity that distributes books, completely free of charge, to children around the nation
Parton is the driving force behind a charity that distributes books, completely free of charge, to children around the nation
Parton is the driving force behind a charity that distributes books, completely free of charge, to children around the nation
Parton is the driving force behind a charity that distributes books, completely free of charge, to children around the nation
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the U.S. is recognizing "the reality on the ground" about Israel's annexation of the Golan Heights
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the U.S. is recognizing "the reality on the ground" about Israel's annexation of the Golan Heights
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the U.S. is recognizing "the reality on the ground" about Israel's annexation of the Golan Heights
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the U.S. is recognizing "the reality on the ground" about Israel's annexation of the Golan Heights
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the U.S. is recognizing "the reality on the ground" about Israel's annexation of the Golan Heights
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the U.S. is recognizing "the reality on the ground" about Israel's annexation of the Golan Heights
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the U.S. is recognizing "the reality on the ground" about Israel's annexation of the Golan Heights
"He's not the superstar that I was when I was in college"
"He's not the superstar that I was when I was in college"
"He's not the superstar that I was when I was in college"
EU supporters hold a "People's Vote" march demanding a new referendum, as Prime Minister Theresa May faces increasing pressure to resign
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is the world's most wanted man, with a $25 million U.S. bounty on his head
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is the world's most wanted man, with a $25 million U.S. bounty on his head
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is the world's most wanted man, with a $25 million U.S. bounty on his head
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is the world's most wanted man, with a $25 million U.S. bounty on his head
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is the world's most wanted man, with a $25 million U.S. bounty on his head
Special counsel Robert Mueller concluded his investigation on Friday
Special counsel Robert Mueller concluded his investigation on Friday
Special counsel Robert Mueller concluded his investigation on Friday
Special counsel Robert Mueller concluded his investigation on Friday
Born and raised in New Hampshire, Carl Sobocinski first headed south to attend college at Clemson University to study architecture. But he soon realized his true passion was hospitality. In the mid-90s, he took a leap of faith and opened his first restaurant, The 858 in Greenville, South Carolina. That one venue launched his Table 301 Restaurant Group, now with 10 signature restaurants covering a wide range of cuisines from Soby's New South to Passarelle French Bistro to Jianna's Modern Italian. Sobocinski joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his culinary journey.
Growing up in Bristol, England, British singer Yola was fascinated by her mother's record collection and by four, knew she wanted to be a performer. She started singing in nightclubs and with several bands before striking out on her own including a breakout performance at this month's South by Southwest Festival. Now, she's released a critically acclaimed debut album "Walk Through Fire."
Growing up in Bristol, England, British singer Yola was fascinated by her mother's record collection and by four, knew she wanted to be a performer. She started singing in nightclubs and with several bands before striking out on her own including a breakout performance at this month's South by Southwest Festival. Now, she's released a critically acclaimed debut album "Walk Through Fire."
Growing up in Bristol, England, British singer Yola was fascinated by her mother's record collection and by four, knew she wanted to be a performer. She started singing in nightclubs and with several bands before striking out on her own including a breakout performance at this month's South by Southwest Festival. Now, she's released a critically acclaimed debut album "Walk Through Fire."
Growing up in Bristol, England, British singer Yola was fascinated by her mother's record collection and by four, knew she wanted to be a performer. She started singing in nightclubs and with several bands before striking out on her own including a breakout performance at this month's South by Southwest Festival. Now, she's released a critically acclaimed debut album "Walk Through Fire."
Growing up in Bristol, England, British singer Yola was fascinated by her mother's record collection and by four, knew she wanted to be a performer. She started singing in nightclubs and with several bands before striking out on her own including a breakout performance at this month's South by Southwest Festival. Now, she's released a critically acclaimed debut album "Walk Through Fire."
Growing up in Bristol, England, British singer Yola was fascinated by her mother's record collection and by four, knew she wanted to be a performer. She started singing in nightclubs and with several bands before striking out on her own including a breakout performance at this month's South by Southwest Festival. Now, she's released a critically acclaimed debut album "Walk Through Fire."
Inside the Al Noor mosque, there were few signs of the carnage from eight days earlier
Inside the Al Noor mosque, there were few signs of the carnage from eight days earlier
Inside the Al Noor mosque, there were few signs of the carnage from eight days earlier
Preparing students and teachers for a worst-case situation is becoming more commonplace at schools across the country. But the emergency preparation for an active shooting at a school in Indiana took a disturbing turn this week and it's raising questions about the program. Dean Reynolds reports.
Pittsburgh is bracing for protests a day after the verdict
Pittsburgh is bracing for protests a day after the verdict
Pittsburgh is bracing for protests a day after the verdict
More turbulence for Boeing as it reels from the two deadly crashes of its 737 Max jets in Ethiopia and Indonesia. Indonesia's national airline has submitted paperwork seeking the cancellation of a multibillion-dollar order for nearly 50 of the jets. Kris Van Cleave reports.
There was anger on the streets of Pittsburgh Friday night after a jury acquitted a white police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black teenager as he fled a traffic stop. Hundreds of protesters voiced their outrage about the verdict and struggled to make sense of the controversial decision. Michelle Miller reports.
There was anger on the streets of Pittsburgh Friday night after a jury acquitted a white police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black teenager as he fled a traffic stop. Hundreds of protesters voiced their outrage about the verdict and struggled to make sense of the controversial decision. Michelle Miller reports.
The special counsel has submitted his findings into potential ties between the Kremlin and Trump campaign
The special counsel has submitted his findings into potential ties between the Kremlin and Trump campaign
The special counsel has submitted his findings into potential ties between the Kremlin and Trump campaign
The special counsel has submitted his findings into potential ties between the Kremlin and Trump campaign
The special counsel has submitted his findings into potential ties between the Kremlin and Trump campaign
The special counsel has submitted his findings into potential ties between the Kremlin and Trump campaign
U.S.-backed Syrian forces say they have seized control of the last pocket of territory held by the ISIS in Syria. The victory puts an end to the brutal and long reign of terror by ISIS that once covered large parts of Syria and Iraq. Charlie D'Agata reports from northern Syria.
CBS News legal analyst and George Washington University law professor, Jonathan Turley, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the most important takeaways from the news that special counsel Robert Mueller has finally submitted his long-awaited report on Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
Reaction to the completion of the Mueller report was swift. The Justice Department notified top congressional leaders from both parties that it had received the report from special counsel Robert Mueller and many, including all eight Democrats in congress who are running for president, called for the report to be made public. Ed O'Keefe reports.
President Trump was at Mar-a-Lago when word came down that special counsel Robert Mueller had finished his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Nikole Killion reports from West Palm Beach, Florida.
President Trump was at Mar-a-Lago when word came down that special counsel Robert Mueller had finished his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Nikole Killion reports from West Palm Beach, Florida.
A few hours after the Mueller report was submitted, President Trump gave a brief introduction for keynote speaker Lindsey Graham
A few hours after the Mueller report was submitted, President Trump gave a brief introduction for keynote speaker Lindsey Graham
A few hours after the Mueller report was submitted, President Trump gave a brief introduction for keynote speaker Lindsey Graham
Special counsel delivers findings to Justice Dept.; Duck and 8 year old make unlikely pair.
Special counsel delivers findings to Justice Dept.; Duck and 8 year old make unlikely pair.
Police said King was having a group lunch when Blake Gibbins, 26, approached the congressman's table and allegedly threw a glass of water on King
Police said King was having a group lunch when Blake Gibbins, 26, approached the congressman's table and allegedly threw a glass of water on King
Police said King was having a group lunch when Blake Gibbins, 26, approached the congressman's table and allegedly threw a glass of water on King
Police said King was having a group lunch when Blake Gibbins, 26, approached the congressman's table and allegedly threw a glass of water on King
Berlin police said it took 100 officers who eventually had to restort to tear gas to break up the 400-person crowd
Berlin police said it took 100 officers who eventually had to restort to tear gas to break up the 400-person crowd
Selene Saavedra Roman was held in ICE custody for more than a month after she flew to Mexico as a flight attendant
Selene Saavedra Roman was held in ICE custody for more than a month after she flew to Mexico as a flight attendant for Mesa Airlines
Selene Saavedra Roman was held in ICE custody for more than a month after she flew to Mexico as a flight attendant for Mesa Airlines
Major Garrett reports the president's attorneys have an "expectation" the report will show the president is in the clear
A federal judge heard arguments Friday, and a decision on a preliminary injunction could come as soon as Monday.
The victims affected include survivors of Hurricanes Harvey​, Irma​ and Maria​ and the 2017 California wildfires
The packed field of presidential contenders took to social media almost immediately after the report was submitted
The packed field of presidential contenders took to social media almost immediately after the report was submitted
The money-losing tech company said it believes its revenue will continue to grow, but profitability may be ellusive
A prosecutor said former East Pittsburgh Police Officer Michael Rosfeld acted as "judge, jury and executioner" when he killed 17-year-old Antwon Rose II
A prosecutor said former East Pittsburgh Police Officer Michael Rosfeld acted as "judge, jury and executioner" when he killed 17-year-old Antwon Rose II
Syrian Democratic Forces say remaining ISIS holdouts are hiding out in tunnels and caves
Syrian Democratic Forces say remaining ISIS holdouts are hiding out in tunnels and caves
Syrian Democratic Forces say remaining ISIS holdouts are hiding out in tunnels and caves
The investment comes after President Trump criticized the automaker's closure of its Lordstown, Ohio plant
A volunteer treasurer allegedly used the money to pay for dental expenses, landscaping services, parking and traffic tickets and even Barbara Streisand concert tickets
The measure comes amid taxpayer concerns about misjudging payments following the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act
The whole Pawnee gang got back together — and most of them are on board for a reboot
Two juries have now ruled against the maker of the widely used weedkiller
Two juries have now ruled against the maker of the widely used weedkiller
Carl Sobocinski first headed south to attend college at Clemson University to study architecture but soon realized his true passion was hospitality
Carl Sobocinski first headed south to attend college at Clemson University to study architecture but soon realized his true passion was hospitality
More than a year before the presidential election, employees expressed concern about a political consulting company scraping data
More than a year before the presidential election, employees expressed concern about a political consulting company scraping data
For three seasons, Damian Lewis and Paul Giamatti have faced off as each other's sworn enemies in the hit Showtime series
The Conners have proven they can thrive without Roseanne
These were the first sanctions put in place since the Hanoi summit with Kim Jong Un ended without a denuclearization agreement
Stephen Moore served as an economic adviser on President Trump's 2016 campaign and helped to craft his tax cut plan
The "yield curve" inverted on Friday -- the first time that's happened in bond markets since eve of Great Recession
Snowflake is by 8-year-old Kylie Brown's side no matter where she goes
The comedian tells "Sunday Morning" she "learned so much" from fallout that included death threats, job losses, and investigation by the feds
17-year-old boy is accused of making racist threats that closed schools in Charlottesville, Virginia, for two days
Joshua Seguine allegedly offered sharks for sale as recently as June 29, 2017 on the website MonsterFishKeepers.com
In this week's report, "48 Hours: Karrie's Choice," the "48 Hours" investigative team looks into the suspicious death of a New York mother. Correspondent Erin Moriarty joined CBSN with more on the story.
The 35-year-old singer from Texas leaves behind two daughters
A year after she survived the school shooting, Sydney Aiello struggled to attend college because she feared being in a classroom
The Doodle used machine learning to analyze 306 Bach harmonies
Localities from Alabama to Wisconsin claim the billionaire owners of Purdue Pharma enriched themselves while thousands died
International Skating Union says there is "no evidence" that American figure skater Mariah Bell intentionally harmed a South Korean rival
International Skating Union says there is "no evidence" that American figure skater Mariah Bell intentionally harmed a South Korean rival
Two consumers had complained about finding "extraneous material" in the ready-to-eat chicken strips
Durant led a balanced Warriors attack, playing the same day childhood friend Cliff Dixon was shot to death in Atlanta
The indicator light warns pilots of a malfunction that could cause its anti-stall system to activate unnecessarily
In court papers filed this week, Kelly says he's supposed to perform three to five shows next month in Dubai and meet members of the royal family
In court papers filed this week, Kelly says he's supposed to perform three to five shows next month in Dubai and meet members of the royal family
The fate of the former beauty queen who vanished in 2005 didn't come to light until two men were arrested in 2017
SATURDAY 10/9c*: Could a teenager be brainwashed by one parent to help murder the other parent -- and then make it look like a suicide? [*Time approximate due to NCAA basketball]
An 8-year-old boy with cerebral palsy took his first steps recently – and the first thing he says to his parents is "thank you."
The medicine was sold at Dollar General stories nationwide
A 9-year-old boy from Tennessee was brought to tears while practicing martial arts. He recognized a familiar voice – and then realized it was his dad, who had been deployed in the military for nearly a year.
A 16-year-old boy from South Carolina got into a head-on collision and suffered brain damage. Doctors didn't know if he'd live – let alone walk or talk again. Then, after two years of trying, he said his first word.
"I come from a good family. I work 40 to 50 hours a week," a young man named Jacob said
"If I am truly being honest, every minute of every day I thought I was going to die," the 32-year-old actress said
New research suggests you may want to avoid drinking your tea scalding hot
All those mismatched socks you're seeing aren't a coincidence
As the campaign heats up, voters in early primary states are trying to figure out the best way to beat Trump
The string of murders from 1979 to 1981 terrorized the city's black community
New research sheds light on a rare but potentially dangerous risk of some common medications for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder
Biotech halts late-stage trials of experimental treatment, saying it's unlikely to help those with the brain disease
Here are the scheduled games and all the results for Thursday and Friday's NCAA Tournament action
Here are the scheduled games and all the results for Thursday and Friday's NCAA Tournament action
Here are the scheduled games and all the results for Thursday and Friday's NCAA Tournament action
Here are the scheduled games and all the results for Thursday and Friday's NCAA Tournament action
Here are the scheduled games and all the results for Thursday and Friday's NCAA Tournament action
All nine of the governor's kids were "miserable for a few days" after contracting the virus, he said
Prolific television hit maker Shonda Rhimes and director J.J. Abrams are among those slated to attend
Cesar Sayoc, 57, pleaded guilty to 65 criminal counts related to the illegal mailing of IEDs, including a charge for the use of a weapon of mass destruction
Fast-food chain under fire for giving more than $1.8 million to three groups that oppose LGBTQ rights
Fast-food chain under fire for giving more than $1.8 million to three groups that oppose LGBTQ rights
Long taboo in the political mainstream, Democratic candidates are seriously discussing reparations and whether they should be implemented
"The Breakfast Club" host and author spoke to CBS News' Vladimir Duthiers
Progressive groups want presidential candidates to address the island's decades-long financial instability and other issues
Progressive groups want presidential candidates to address the island's decades-long financial instability and other issues
Former Tallahassee mayor announced he will be launching a voter registration initiative in Florida to help Democrats win the state in 2020 and "evict Donald Trump" from the White House
The EU said its investigation found Google broke the EU's antitrust rules by imposing contractual restrictions on rivals
Biden has started phoning potential donors this week who can help him raise millions of dollars
But despite the historic turnout numbers in 2018, only about half of those eligible to cast a ballot did so
Even after getting accepted into 17 schools, Dylan Chidick was waiting on one more
Social network points to server issue in explaining why videos, audio files and other material is no longer on the site
Accuses the social media giant of defamation, negligence and "shadow banning" conservatives; Twitter has denied that in the past
A 12-year-old girl from New York spent the first three months of her life in a NICU. Now, that she knows the benefits of classical music, she's returning to the same hospital to play her guitar the premature babies there.
At a hands-on training course, U.S. Marine Corps is learning to use some of the same tools and technology the enemy does
The search engine giant is expected to make its foray into online gaming during the 2019 Game Developers Conference
Business groups say the social media company must take steps to prevent more livestreamed carnage
Melting snow, "bomb cyclone" rain and climate change conspired to push these floods over the top
The agency now uses social media to investigate fraud, but soon it may expand that to evaluate disability applicants
The special counsel has submitted his findings into potential ties between the Kremlin and Trump campaign
The special counsel has submitted his findings into potential ties between the Kremlin and Trump campaign
The special counsel has submitted his findings into potential ties between the Kremlin and Trump campaign
The special counsel has submitted his findings into potential ties between the Kremlin and Trump campaign
The special counsel has submitted his findings into potential ties between the Kremlin and Trump campaign
"This whale had the most plastic we have ever seen in a whale. It's disgusting."
The campaign said they received contributions from every state and territory in the country
"It's shocking, each and every time, you're taken aback every time you open one," Jordan Nixon says
The race wasn't just for the medal; Thomas Panek was raising money for a good cause
Social media company also said it prevented 1.2 million copies of the video from being uploaded to its platform
Three murders in Austin, Texas, and little evidence to go on. Did a man testing a thermal imaging camera inadvertently capture the image of one of the killers? "48 Hours" correspondent Maureen Maher investigates.
In 2018, Shawn Gant-Benalcazar was convicted in the 2014 murder of Kathy Blair, and Timothy Parlin was convicted in the murders of Kathy Blair and Billie and Sidney Shelton. "48 Hours"' Maureen Maher sat down with each of them, hoping to get answers. Instead, both men claimed they were innocent – and pinned the blame on each other.
After three similar murders, Austin, Texas, police began to wonder if a serial killer was on the loose -- did a man out for a late-night walk testing his new thermal imaging night scope capture images of the actual killer? "48 Hours" Maureen Maher previews an all new "48 Hours" airing Saturday at 10/9c on CBS.
Rob Leef was testing a thermal scope late at night on Dec. 6, 2014 – the night that Kathy Blair, an innocent Austin choir teacher, was murdered. What he recorded in her quiet neighborhood that night would give detectives their first major break in the case.
Three murders in Austin, Texas, and little evidence to go on. Did a man testing a thermal imaging camera inadvertently capture the image of a killer? "48 Hours" correspondent Maureen Maher investigates Saturday, March 16 at 10/9c on CBS.
Three murders in Austin, Texas, and little evidence to go on. Did a man testing a thermal imaging camera inadvertently capture the image of a killer? "48 Hours" correspondent Maureen Maher investigates Saturday, March 16 at 10/9c on CBS.
Avett Ray's mom says at just 11 months old, he pulled himself up to the piano and started playing
"My dad is sad cause no one is coming to his new donut shop," Billy By tweeted — sparking an outpouring of support
Producer Chris O'Connell describes how he and the "48 Hours" team uncovered the forgotten story of Carolyn Abel's murder, after discovering a rarely-used law in a previous story.
After 30 years, the prime suspect in the brutal murder of an American woman living in South Korea speaks out and maintains she’s innocent. "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant investigates.
Just over three years ago, an outbreak of the Zika virus caused a crisis in Brazil: a dramatic increase in babies born with microcephaly. These babies are now young children facing a variety of medical problems and an uncertain future. But just as a sudden drop in the number of cases has calmed fears of the virus, health officials are on alert for another outbreak. Elaine Quijano travels to Recife, Brazil, the epicenter of the crisis, to meet a mom determined to provide the best life for her daughter, and the doctors on the frontlines.
While we don't know what the special counsel says in the report, there are regulations that provide a road map for what should happen next
Sully took a personalized oath of enlistment as service members and dogs in the program looked on
Los Angeles is in the midst of the worst homeless crisis the city has ever seen, driven by rising rents, stagnant wages and an affordable housing shortage. CBSN Originals' Adam Yamaguchi meets a single mother living in her car with her teenage daughter, just one example of L.A.'s hidden homeless population that is steadily growing as longtime residents are priced out of their homes — with nowhere else to go.
To date, the Mueller investigation has yielded charges against 34 individuals, and seven guilty pleas
To date, the Mueller investigation has yielded charges against 34 individuals, and seven guilty pleas
Mueller's report to Attorney General William Barr is expected in the coming weeks
Central Americans are migrating to the U.S. in record numbers, but it's part of a vicious cycle decades in the making. CBSN Originals' Adam Yamaguchi travels to El Salvador to meet a single father, deported from the U.S. in 2009, and his young son, caught in a revolving door of deportation and remigration, to explore an intractable problem with no clear end in sight.
These are the candidates who have announced an exploratory committee or are all-in for the presidency in 2020, aiming to deny Trump a second term
The rapid rise of esports has been a dream come true for professional players—but as money pours into the industry, many young pros face grueling practice schedules and burn out early
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Behind the Kim regime's scramble to stay afloat through cultural means
Across America, waves of foreign invaders are taking over. Introduced through human error or carelessness, invasive species like the Burmese Python, Lionfish and Asian Carp have thrived at the expense of native species critical to a delicate natural balance that supports ecosystems and livelihoods. CBSN Originals explores whether it's too late to tip the balance back in our favor.
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Hurricane Maria left Puerto Rico devastated - almost 3,000 people died in its wake, towns were left without power or water for months, and hundreds of thousands of Puerto Ricans left, many never to return. CBS News correspondent David Begnaud returns to Puerto Rico for CBSN Originals to examine the impact of that exodus and what the future holds.
As the soaring value of bitcoin sets off a flurry of excitement, a whole new industry -- cryptocurrency mining -- is erupting in unexpected parts of the globe, causing rifts in the communities that host it. CBS News correspondent Errol Barnett heads to the epicenter of cryptocurrency mining, to explore how this phenomenon is unfolding, and the controversy over its future.
Mohammad Shasho's family left Aleppo in 2013, telling their children they were taking a prolonged vacation. That "vacation" was an evacuation prompted by Syria's eight-year-old civil war, and it became a permanent exile. In a film produced by BYkids, we see the Syrian crisis through the eyes of a young refugee filmmaker.
More than 30 years ago, Robert Swan became the first man to walk to both the North and South Poles. In 2017, he found himself back on the ice, trekking 600 miles across Antarctica with his son, Barney. But this time, the duo set out to complete the first-ever expedition to the South Pole using solely renewable energy. Their mission: prove that if these technologies can work in the harshest environment on Earth, they can work in our everyday lives. Along the way, they faced unexpected obstacles that threatened to claim Barney's limb -- and Robert's life.