A Tenn. native, Valerie June calls her sound "organic moonshine roots music," blending country, blues, gospel, soul and Appalachian folk. Her debut studio album is titled "Pushin' Against a Stone" and it's drawing rave reviews. Rolling Stone Magazine has it in their list of top albums of the year. June joined "CBS This Morning: Saturday" with the song "Workin' Woman Blues," off that album.
Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel made an unannounced visit to U.S. troops in Afghanistan. He's in the region reassuring allies over the United States' renewed diplomatic effort to stop Iran's nuclear program. Underscoring just how difficult it is, Hagel toured a U.S. Navy ship that's keeping watch just off Iran. CBS News' Margaret Brennan reports.
Author, John Carlin, was the South Africa correspondent of "The London Independent Newspaper" when Nelson Mandela was freed from prison in 1990 and was the author of two books about his life, including the one on which the film "Invictus" was based. Carlin joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss Mandela's legacy.