Nothing brings people together more than food, and perhaps, nowhere is more bipartisan than Washington's new culinary capital: the Union Market. It's home to an eclectic group of chefs and entrepreneurs. And it's transformed a once overlooked section of the city into one-stop shopping for some of the finest and rarest foods around. Alex Wagner reports.
The president has taken his first step toward fulfilling one of his biggest campaign promises: repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act. He signed an executive order allowing federal agencies to change or delay parts of the law. CBS News congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes and Ezra Klein, editor-in-chief of Vox.com, join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the future of Obamacare.
President Donald Trump has the chance to shape the direction of the Supreme Court for decades to come. He's expected to nominate a justice to the court within two weeks to fill the vacancy left by the death of Antonin Scalia last year. CBS News chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the leading candidates.
Much of the nation was expecting President Trump to use his first moments of the inauguration to unite the nation, but that's not what they got in his first speech. Slate's chief political corespondent and CBS News political analyst Jamelle Bouie and New York Times chief national correspondent Mark Leibovich join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss how Trump must get past his divisive rhetoric.
President Trump's inauguration has again exposed the deep political divisions across the country. Protests began before he took the oath of office Friday and continued into Saturday morning. One person was shot and critically wounded on the campus of the University of Washington. Errol Barnett reports from the National Mall, where the biggest organized protest will get underway Saturday.
Growing up in California, Kris Morningstar watched his father prepare nightly dinners for the family, eventually taking over the culinary reins himself. He left home intending to study marketing, but the lure of the kitchen called him back. He eventually opened restaurants of his own -- most recently "Terrine," a Los Angeles brasserie known for its New World California cuisine. He's now the founder of the recently launched "Morningstar Gastronomy." Morningstar joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to share his story and some signature dishes.
As a new president is about to start making history, the legacies of our former leaders are enshrined in presidential libraries. There are now 13 libraries across the country, and President Obama's in Chicago will be the 14th. CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to share some of the fascinating places preserving the presidential legacies.
What do you do when you move to a foreign country and no one makes one of your favorite foods? That's the pickle a Los Angeles foodie found himself in after moving to Taiwan, where he discovered there was no locally-produced cheese. His next move changed his life forever. Mark Albert takes us into his kitchen.