Chef Tanya Holland's interest in cooking began at a young age, when her parents organized a cooking and dining club with other couples. After earning a Grand Diploma in France and training with some top-ranked chefs, she returned to the U.S. She now has her own restaurant, "Brown Sugar Kitchen" in West Oakland, California, along with numerous awards and honors for her updated, soulful cooking style. Chef Holland joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to share her story and signature dishes.
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Mary Chapin Carpenter struck it big in 1987 with the release of her debut album, "Hometown Girl." Since then, the Princeton, New Jersey native has won five Grammy Awards and sold more than 14 million albums, including four number one singles. Her 14th and latest album, "The Things That We Are Made Of" is just out. She performs her new single, "Something Tamed Something Wild."
Like his father, John F. Kennedy Jr. left us too soon. From childhood, he lived under a media microscope. As a young man, he forged a successful career as assistant district attorney of New York, co-founder of the political magazine "George" and more. But 17 years ago, the 38-year-old died in a plane crash, along with his wife and her sister. A New documentary, "I am JFK Junior," offers an intimate look at his life through those who knew him best. Rosemarie Terenzio, a close friend of JFK Jr. and the film's director and producer, Derik Murray, join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the film and look back at his life.
Twitter took action against one of its most controversial users - a Breitbart News editor named Milo Yiannopoulos - after he launched a series of attacks against comedian and actress Leslie Jones. Jones went public with the graphic tweets - many of them racist and sexist - earlier this week. Dan Ackerman, senior editor at CNET joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to weigh in on whether this could be a turning point for Twitter and other social media in policing controversial comments.
CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and CBS News contributor Dr. Tara Narula join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the need for funding to fight Zika, as Florida is investigating a second suspected case of the virus transmitted by mosquitoes. Also, pediatricians are urged to talk to young patients about sex and new research finds reading narratives may encourage empathy.
Millions of Americans are battling dangerous hot weather this weekend. The dome of high heat and humidity - which has baked the center of the nation for days - moved east. It's expected to bring unhealthy air and oppressive conditions to the mid-Atlantic and the Northeast Saturday. Errol Barnett reports from Washington.
Air travelers know - or should know - there are lots of things you aren't supposed to take aboard a fight, including various liquids, spray cans and toys. But the TSA has seen a big jump in the number of firearms coming into airport checkpoints. CBS News transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave joins "CBS This Morning" to identify top airports where firearms were found, break down the serious consequences and the effort to shorten the long wait times on security lines.
A teenager killed nine people at a busy shopping district in Munich Friday, before turning the gun on himself. The shooting bookends a week which began with a former Marine opening fire and killing three police officers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Ron Hosko, a former assistant director at the FBI, joins ''CBS This Morning: Saturday' to discuss the ongoing threat in Europe and here at home and the "shared responsibility" to prevent the attacks.
Officials in Germany are meeting Saturday morning to determine a motive for the deadly shooting rampage in Munich. A teenage gunman open fire at a crowded restaurant and at a shopping mall on Friday, killing nine people -some of them children - before turning the gun on himself. More than a dozen people are injured in what marks the third violent attack in Western Europe over the past eight days. Seth Doane reports from Munich.
Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine will make their debut Saturday as the Democratic presidential ticket. Clinton announced the Virginia senator as her running mate Friday night. Kaine is 58 years old and is a former governor of Virginia. He's now a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee. Clinton and Kaine's first stop is Florida, a key battleground state. Nancy Cordes reports from Miami.
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Mary Chapin Carpenter struck it big in 1987 with the release of her debut album, "Hometown Girl." Since then, the Princeton, New Jersey native has won five Grammy Awards and sold more than 14 million albums, including four number one singles. She performs her new single, "The Blue Distance" from her 14th and latest album, "The Things That We Are Made Of."
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Mary Chapin Carpenter struck it big in 1987 with the release of her debut album, "Hometown Girl." Since then, the Princeton, New Jersey native has won five Grammy Awards and sold more than 14 million albums, including four number one singles. She performs her new single, "Map Of My Heart" from her 14th and latest album, "The Things That We Are Made Of."
The remake of the 1984 blockbuster, "Ghostbusters," is expected to dominate the box office in its debut weekend. But it turns out the 1984 original wasn't so "original" after all. Back in 1975, a Saturday morning television series called "The Ghost Busters" aired right here on CBS. Anthony Mason reports.
Singer-songwriter Steve Gunn got off to an early start in high school punk bands, before establishing himself as a player in the Philly music scene. In 2001, the Lansdowne, Pennsylvania native moved to New York, eventually self-releasing his first solo album in 2007. Gunn has collaborated with a slew of artists while establishing his own acclaimed body of solo, duo and ensemble recordings. Now, the critically hailed musician has just released his seventh full-length studio album, "Eyes on the Lines." Making their nationwide television debut on "CBS This Morning: Saturday," Gunn and his band, "The Outliners," perform "Ancient Jules."
The great white may be the ocean's most feared fish, but scientists say there are more questions than answers when it comes to the sharks. National Geographic Magazine takes a deeper dive into the world of the great white in its July issue, as part of the magazine's "Summer of Sharks," highlighting a different species each month. Photographer Brian Skerry joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to share how he captures his up-close shots of sharks and explain why the great whites remain a mystery and aren't as scary as they seem.
Chef Missy Robbins is one of just 10 American women to lay claim to a coveted Michelin star. A native of New Haven, Connecticut, Robbins got her culinary start in Washington, D.C. She later spent extensive time in Italy, learning that country's exquisite cooking styles before returning to the U.S. Her new Brooklyn restaurant, "Lilia," is already drawing critical acclaim, earning three stars from the New York Times. More importantly, it's achieving her primary goal of making people happy. Robbins joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to share her story and signature recipes.
It's been nearly 50 years since Buzz Aldrin's boots hit the ground on the moon. But this American hero still has his sights set on space. He talks about his storied past and vision for the future in his new book, "No Dream Is Too High: Life Lessons From a Man Who Walked on the Moon." Meg Oliver reports.