Chef Jason Vincent's food career began at the local pizza joint as a 15-year-old in Cleveland. He'd go on to a more serious food education at the Culinary Institute of America and at top restaurants in Spain and New Orleans. At the height of his game, however, he stepped away to become a stay-at-home dad. But last summer he returned with a bang, opening Giant in Chicago.
Department stores, supermarkets and other brick-and-mortar merchants are using technology to track our buying behaviors. But are they basically spying on us and using the information to their advantage? Joseph Turow, professor at University of Pennsylvania and author of "The Aisles Have Eyes: How Retailers Track Your Shopping, Strip Your Privacy, and Define Your Power," joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the practice.
Hollywood is taking aim at President Trump's proposed travel ban ahead of Sunday night's Academy Awards ceremony. Around 1,000 people rallied in Beverly Hills outside the headquarters of United Talent Agency, railing against Mr. Trump's proposed travel restrictions on seven Muslim-majority countries. Jamie Yuccas reports.
Back in 2010, a U.S. border patrol agent shot and killed a Mexican teenager. The agent was in the U.S. while the boy was 60 feet away in Mexico. Now the boy's family wants to sue, saying the agent violated their son's constitutional rights. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the case that the U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear.
Philadelphia is taking an extraordinary step to save the lives of victims of gun violence. This year, the city has already seen nearly four dozen murders, a 38 percent increase from this time last year. Now Philadelphia is trying to get ahead of its first responders in a race against time with Fighting Chance workshops. Michelle Miller reports.
In Syria at least 32 people were reported killed at government security offices in the western city of Homs. Al Qaeda claimed responsibility for the attacks, some of which were carried out by suicide bombers. As ISIS is losing ground in the Iraqi city of Mosul, attention is turning to their strongholds in Syria. David Martin, who's traveling with the top U.S. commander in the region, reports from the an American special operations base in Syria.
Singer-songwriter Margaret Glaspy was raised in California, where she played everything from competitive fiddle to marching band trombone, before discovering her passion for the guitar. At 18, she headed east for music school, eventually playing small clubs in New York and Boston. On "CBS This Morning: Saturday," Glaspy performs "Emotions and Math," the title track of her acclaimed debut album.
Douglas Rodriguez is known as the godfather of Nuevo Latino cuisine. By 14, he was working as a summer apprentice in the kitchens of a local hotel. After earning a degree in culinary arts, he began opening his own restaurants. He's been the force behind Alma de Cuba in Philadelphia, and is slated to open a new Miami restaurant in the spring. Rodriquez joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to share his story and some signature dishes.
"Moonlight" won best picture in the drama category at last month's Golden Globe Awards and has received eight Oscar nominations. It's based on the story, "In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue" by Tarell Alvin McCraney. McCraney is a MacArthur genius fellow and was recently named head of the playwriting department at the Yale School of Drama. He joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the film's message.
Grammy and Emmy Award-nominated Ramin Djawadi is the man behind the music in TV series like "Game of Thrones," "Westworld" and "Person of Interest," along with blockbuster films like "Iron Man" and many more. Now, he's embarking on a nationwide tour that's taking him out of the studio and onto the concert stage. Ben Tracy reports.