For people who don't like to deal with waiters, some restaurants are adopting a new technology that could transform the way we eat out. Adam Rapoport, editor-in-chief of Bon Appetit, talks about the future of ordering with the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts.
In this edition of "Sounds of the Toyota Green Room," Gayle King reflects on Nelson Mandela's life with longtime friend Jerry Inzerillo. Michio Kaku talks about a new scientific discovery, & Pasor Rick Warren reveals his secrets to weight loss.
Actor Bruce Dern is known for playing unforgettable characters in movies like "Marnie," "Coming Home," "The Great Gatsby," and more recently in "Monster" and "Django Unchained." Dern joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his career and new film, Nebraska.
Southwest Airlines chairman, president and chief executive officer, Gary Kelly, joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss the possibility of cell phones on flights, expanding to new markets, and the impact of American Airlines and US Airways merging.
Jimmy Greene lost his 6-year-old daughter Ana in the Sandy Hook school shooting a year ago. He writes a letter to himself about his loss and ability to overcome his grief. Greene's new album, "Beautiful Life," comes out in the New Year and is dedicated to Ana.
The FCC agreed to move forward on a proposed rule change that would lift the ban on cell phones during flights. Now, the agency is in a comment period where the public can weigh in on the decision. CBS News transportation correspondent Jeff Pegues reports.
The Food and Drug Administration is revealing a new plan to cut down on the use of antibiotics in food animals in order to stop the growth of drug-resistant "superbugs." Dr. William Schaffner, of Vanderbilt University's Department of Preventive Medicine, talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts.
One of the two exterior cooling pumps of the International Space Station briefly shut down after detecting abnormal temperatures. Engineers are now evaluating the problem, and whether an emergency space walk is necessary. CBS News correspondent Elaine Quijano reports.