Dozens of people were injured when two commuter trains collided in Connecticut during rush hour. Jannelle Burrell reports
South Korea's Ministry of Defense claims North Korea has launched three short-range guided missiles into the sea off the Korean peninsula's east coast. Seth Doane reports.
CBS' Political Director John Dickerson joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" from Washington to talk about the controversy with the IRS and if Republicans are being fair in their critism.
Residents are getting a chance to assess the damage done to their homes, and lives, caused by a string of tornadoes that ripped through rural neighborhoods in Texas. Anna Werner reports.
John Miller joins in studio 57 to talk about the case of Todd Shane, the American computer engineer who died in Singapore. His parents will submit evidence to bring a circumstantial case to counter the case of the authorities in Singapore.
People in some parts of the country are faced with record-high gasoline prices. In Minnesota, the average price for unleaded regular is $4.20 dollars a gallon, which is up at least $0.70 cents in just a month. Chief Oil Analyst at Gas-buddy, Tom Kloza joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" co-host to explain.
The sweet start to the day is now threatened by a disease that's laying waste to Florida's multi-billion-dollar citrus crop. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
President Obama, along with military leaders and members of Congress, are calling for prioritized and comprehensive reform of the handling of sex assault cases across U.S. military branches
An Uzbekistan national currently living in Idaho, has been arrested on terrorism charges. Fazliddin Kurbanov is charged with providing support to a terrorist organization. Charlie Rose reports.
A DOJ inspector general report reveals the government temporarily lost track of ex-terrorists allowed into the witness protection program. The report says the department failed to provide names of some of them for a "no-fly" list. As a result, some of the terrorism-related witnesses were permitted on commercial flights. Norah O'Donnell reports.
After years of negotiating, a bipartisan group of House lawmakers say they have a tentative agreement on immigration reform. The group says it still needs to work out details, but that a bill could be on the table by June. Norah O'Donnell reports.
Two Marines held umbrellas for President Obama and the Turkish Prime Minister, during a news conference in the rain. Umbrella-holding is against Marine regulations, because it makes it harder to salute.
American Airlines will allow early boarding for travelers who don't need to use overhead bins. Norah O'Donnell reports.
This summer, millions of cicadas will crawl out of the ground as part of their 17-year mating cycle - which will mean a lot of noise for East Coast residents. CBS News' Jim Axelrod reports.
Sources: Dzhokhar Tsarnaev wrote in pen on boat wall, claiming responsibility for attack, saying it was retribution for Iraq, Afghan wars
"Face the Nation" moderator discusses criticism aimed at Obama administration in wake of AP, IRS, Benghazi scandals
Britain's Prince Harry finished a weeklong tour of the United States without any of the controversy of his last trip to America. Elaine Quijano reports.
CBS News senior correspondent John Miller talks about the fallout of the "grave" security leak that prompted a secret probe of the Associated Press' phone records
Thai restauranteur and chef at "The Charleston" in Calif., Chef Jet Tila shares his ultimate dish
One of the world's top-selling crossover artists, Amy Grant just released her first new studio CD after a decade-long break. The singer-songwriter performs "Don't Try So Hard" off of her new album.
Couples used to fight over the remote, but now they fight over when to push "play." Relationship expert Heidi Banks and Entertainment Director for US Weekly, Ian Drew join in studio 57 to talk about the concept of "Netflix adultery."
Self-proclaimed "Trekkie" and film critic for Indiewire.com, Matt Singer joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" co-hosts to talk about the new movie "Star Trek into Darkness."
A new book about the cold war says the west had four secret weapons to bring down the Soviet Union: John, Paul, George and Ringo. Author and former British spy, Leslie Woodhead joins in studio 57 to talk about how the Beatles helped undermine communism and win the cold war.
Warnings about Wednesday's tornado gave people just 26 minutes to prepare for impact. That's actually more than double the average warning time. Science editor for "Time Magazine," Jeffrey Kluger, joins studio 57 to talk about why the national weather service is now getting $25 million to update it's computer mapping system.
The four big cell phone companies are join forces in a campaign to stop driving and texting. Abbey Klassen, editor of "Ad Age" magazine joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" co-hosts to talk about the million-dollar ad campaign. http://itcanwait.com/?WT.srch=1&wtPaidSearchTerm=a+t+t+drivemode
While American kids often leave the healthy option, nutritious lunches aren't just a goal for Japanese kids-- they're required. Lucy Craft reports.
Millions of Americans will be standing in line to buy Powerball tickets in hope of winning the near-record jackpot of $600 million. It wasn't even 10 months ago when we were talking about the tickets that won the biggest lottery jackpot ever, and now it's looking like history may repeat itself. Terrell Brown reports.
When buying a home, the golden rule has always been "location, location, location," but there's more to it than that. And to talk about that author of "Just the Right Home: Buying, Renting, Moving or Just Dreaming -- Find the Perfect Match," Marianne Cusato joins in studio 57.
In a wide-ranging interview with Gayle King, country music singer discusses his wife Faith Hill, his high-profile collaborations with Taylor Swift, Ne-Yo
After the first drawing failed to produce a big winner, the lottery jackpot has climbed as nationwide ticket sales have surged. The next drawing will be held Saturday with a $350 million cash option. Norah O'Donnell reports.
Russian authorities release audio of call allegedly made by American Embassy worker Ryan Fogle to a Russia intelligence agent
With gold prices plummeting, international collectors see jewels as a safe place to store their wealth over the long term
Jennifer Lopez is big in the worlds of music, movies and television. Now, she's also a force in the fashion world. "CBS Sunday Morning" correspondent Lee Cowan reports.
"Brown vs. the Board of Ed," the landmark Supreme Court ruling that ended segregation in schools turns 59-years-old today. Gayle King reports.
"48 Hours" correspondent Maureen Maher and "60 Minutes" contributing correspondent Armen Keteyian preview their six-month investigation into the causes and costs of street violence in Chicago.
Reverend Ian Punnett speaks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about his book, "How to Pray When You're Pissed at God: Or Anyone Else for That Matter."
Check out some of the top moments from "CBS This Morning" with a look back at the newsmakers and entertainers who joined co-hosts Charlie Rose, Gayle King, and Norah O'Donnell.