Actor Ed Harris stars in the new film "The Face of Love" as a man who bears a striking resemblance to the deceased husband of his new love. In addition to his unique role in the film, Harris joined the "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his speaking part in "Gravity," what may be next in his career, as well as his first movie in which he starred opposite Charles Bronson.
Chef Ralph Scamardella was 12 years old when he created his very first dish of lentils and macaroni in his mother's kitchen. He now oversees a restaurant empire across the country. Back from a trip to Asia, Scamardella joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to explain what makes his arrangement of Asian seafood so special.
The search for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane is turning into a multinational effort. But what more could be done to find it? CBS News National Transportation Safety expert Mark Rosenker called the incident "extraordinary" during a discussion about the missing plane with the "CBS This Morning: Saturday" co-hosts.
Nearly 60 years ago on "See It Now," legendary CBS newsman Edward R. Murrow changed the face of journalism by criticizing Wisconsin Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy’s anti-communist witch-hunt. Historian and CBS News consultant Douglas Brinkley joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” with a look McCarthy’s political downfall.
Caitlin Flanagan spent a year researching the campus power wielded by fraternities, and this month, her article, "The Dark Power of Fraternities" is the cover story of The Atlantic magazine. She joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss fraternities' influence, including her reporting in which she claims frats are, in many ways, mightier than the universities that host them.
Malaysia Airlines says they've been unable to establish any contact with or determine the whereabouts of the flight. CBS News Aviation and Safety Expert Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss what could've happened to the missing Beijing-bound Malaysia Airlines flight.