A giant tornado tore through the middle of Moore, Okla., killing at least 51 people, 20 of them children. Charlie Rose, Norah O'Donnell and Anna Werner report.
The tornado that cut through the center of Moore, Okla., destroyed two elementary schools and hundreds of homes. It was the fourth tornado to hit the town in the past 15 years. CBS News' Anna Werner reports from the devastation.
NWS classifies latest tornado as EF-4, second most powerful-type of twister
Gary Pruitt, CEO and president of the Associated Press, told "Face the Nation" that Justice Department investigators have gone too far and President Obama should step in and control them. Gayle King reports.
Capt. Chesley Sullenberger criticizes reported efforts to ground co-pilots, says if he didn't have co-pilot "Miracle on Hudson" flight wouldn't have been
CBS News political director John Dickerson discusses what to expect in this week's round of hearings concerning the IRS scandal and how the White House is responding to Republican critics.
President Obama gave the commencement address at the historically black Morehouse College in Atlanta.
Even if your picture isn't on the Internet, computerized facial recognition makes it virtually impossible to keep your "faceprint" private. Lesley Stahl reports.
Witnesses in Turkey say two hot air balloons ran into each other and one person died when one of the baskets fell to the ground. Charlie Rose reports.
Two members of the FBI's Hostage Rescue Team died in a weekend training accident. Norah O'Donnell reports.
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.
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.
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The lucky ticket was sold to someone at a grocery store in Zephyrhills, Fla, but the holder of the record winnings for a single person is still unknown. CBS News' Mark Strassmann reports.
A 2008 snowmobile accident prompted extreme athlete "Monster Mike" Shultz to develop a prosthetic leg made from bike parts
Author Colleen Hoover speaks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about how she went from earning $9 an hour to becoming a New York Times best-selling author - without a publisher. Hoover is published by Atria Books, part of Simon & Schuster, a division of CBS.
New Haven's Hillhouse High School class of 1943 never had a prom because of World War II. But finally, after a 70-year wait, classmates gathered to celebrate and remember.
Prince Harry is back in Britain after his U.S. tour. He recently joined his brother, Prince William, visiting wounded veterans and their families at a recovery center, west of London. Gayle King reports.
Dozens of people are recovering in Virginia, after an elderly driver ran into them at a festival along the Appalachian Trail. Gayle King reports.
Charles Lindbergh, took off from New York aboard his plane, "The Spirit of St. Louis," and headed for Paris - 86 years ago today. Lindbergh became the first person ever to fly solo, non-stop, across the Atlantic. Gayle King reports.
Expert questions extreme public nature of alleged spy's discovery in Russia, says cases like these "usually handled in the shadows"
Workers are working to rebuild a damaged track following a train derailment that sent 72 people to the hospital. The derailment occurred along one of the country's busiest rail corridors, leaving many commuters with a complex commute into New York City.
Despite new government labels on sunscreen due out this summer, one watchdog group says high SPF ratings can give people a false sense of security. Norah O'Donnell reports.
Jeff Berardelli, meteorologist for CBS station WFOR, discusses the storm and its path and what people can expect over the next few days.
Canadian jazz singer Alexis Normand forgot the words to America's "Star Spangled Banner" before a hockey match, after attempting to learn it earlier that morning.
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."
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