This week, CBS News polls put President Trump's approval numbers at 41 percent as he hits the 100-day mark. That number is lower than his predecessors at this point in their administrations. CBS News elections director Anthony Salvanto joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to dig deeper into the results.
Twenty-five years ago, violence swept across the city of Los Angeles after four white police officers accused of beating Rodney King were acquitted. Now, a quarter of a century later, "CBS This Morning" takes a look at how the violence transformed the city and the people who lived through it. Mireya Villarreal reports.
Fyre Festival, which promised an extraordinary experience on the private island of Great Exuma in the Bahamas, came to a crashing halt before it even started Friday. Concertgoers spent thousands on tickets to the event that was promoted for months and reportedly did not have running water. Roxanna Saberi reports.
Congress passed a temporary spending bill to keep the government open on the eve of President Trump's 100th day in office. The president has downplayed the significance of the 100-day milestone but says he believes the early days of his administration have been just about the most successful in the nation's history. Errol Barnett reports.
Chris Cornell, front man for the group Soundgarden, is about to embark on a new tour with his band and also has a studio album in the works. Over the years, he's kept busy with numerous side projects, including writing songs for movies like the theme song for the new film "The Promise." Anthony Mason reports.
President Trump signed a law this week extending a pilot program on health care for veterans that allows some to receive treatment through private providers. Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the challenges facing the agency and the issues affecting veterans.
A CBS News poll this week found just 12 percent believe the environment will improve for the next generation while 57 percent say it will get worse. Dr. M. Sanjayan, a senior scientist at Conservation International, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the health of the planet, the science marches being held around the world and the future of the climate change debate.