British-native Laura Marling learned how to play guitar at 6 years old. She was signed to a record contract at 16, and by 20, she was awarded the U.K. equivalent of the Grammy, the Brit Award for best female artist. Seven years later, she joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to perform from her sixth full-length studio album, "Semper Femina."
Barbecue has long been an obsession for pitmaster John Lewis. At 18 years old, he headed to Austin where he helped Aaron Franklin open the famous Franklin Barbecue. Two years ago, Lewis moved to Charleston, South Carolina, to open Lewis Barbecue. He joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to share about his journey.
Before and during World War II, Germany's Nazi Party condemned drug use. But the book, "Blitzed: Drugs in the Third Reich," claims German soldiers were often high on methamphetamine issued by their commanders to enhance their endurance. Nazi leader Adolf Hitler himself was a substance abuser. Author Norman Ohler joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his book.
The Congressional Budget Office estimated that under the American Health Care Act, 14 million more people would be uninsured by 2018 than if Obamacare remained in place. The bill faces stiff opposition from Democrats and some Republicans. Margot Sanger-Katz, who covers health care for the New York Times, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the upcoming vote in the House.
Environmental activists may have gained some allies this week, as a group of 17 Republican members of Congress signed a resolution acknowledging humans' impact on climate change. They called for immediate action to address the issue. They are breaking with President Trump, who has called climate change a hoax. One of the sponsors, Florida Rep. Carlos Curbelo, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the resolution.
The Secret Service is looking for a laptop that was stolen from the car of an agent in New York. The agency says the computer contains several layers of security, but CBS News has learned the laptop contains sensitive information. This is the latest in a series of security breaches in recent years. Tony Dokoupil reports.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson arrived in Beijing for his first face-to-face meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping. The visit comes a day after Tillerson suggested the U.S. could initiate military action against North Korea if the North continues to escalate its nuclear weapons program. Adriana Diaz reports.
President Trump would not back down from his unsubstantiated wiretap accusation against former President Obama, despite both the House and Senate intelligence committees saying no surveillance of Trump Tower took place. During German Chancellor Angela Merkel's first visit to the Trump White House, the president raised a diplomatic sore spot with a reference to the NSA surveillance of the chancellor's cell phone. Errol Barnett reports.
After leaving the Bronx for New Orleans at age 17, front woman Alynda Segarra learned how to busk on the streets, met her band mates, and in 2008 completed her first album. This week she released her sixth studio effort, "Navigator," an album that explores her Puerto Rican heritage. Hurray for the Riff Raff performs "Rican Beach" from the album.
Heather Terhune didn't struggle for long in deciding on a career; she was four years old when she told her parents she wanted to become a chef. Born and raised in Vermont, "farm-to-table" was her family's way of life. Her culinary career criss-crossed the country, and she soon found her way to the Midwest, where she is now executive chef at Tre Rivali and The Outsider, both in Milwaukee's Kimpton Hotel. She joins us at The Dish.