For more than 20 years, William Patrick Corgan has been the frontman of one of the most popular bands of all time, the Smashing Pumpkins. Corgan is out with a new solo album this month called "Ogilala," his first in over a decade. He spoke to "CBS This Morning" co-host Anthony Mason about his road to success and why he no longer goes by the name Billy.
For renowned Chicago chef Paul Kahan, food was a family business. His father owned both a deli and a salmon smokehouse in the city's West Loop neighborhood. After college, Kahan became a line cook and then a sous-chef, before joining with a business partner to open his first restaurant, Blackbird. A string of successes followed.
A world where robots and computers take away our jobs at once seemed like the far-off future, but that future appears to be gaining on us. According to some recent polls in Wired magazine, American workers are growing increasingly concerned about it. Wired's site director Jason Tanz joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss why Americans are still apprehensive about self-driving cars and the economic impacts of automation on the job market.
There are fears that a serial killer is on the loose in Tampa, Florida. Police are warning people not to walk alone at night in the Seminole Heights neighborhood after a third person in 10 days was shot to death Thursday night. While the victims did not appear to know one another, police seem certain their murders are all connected. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
There's growing pressure on the Trump administration for answers about the deaths of four U.S. Army soldiers in Niger. The way President Trump has responded to questions about how he deals with grieving military families has also touched off a feud with a Democratic congresswoman and the media. Errol Barnett reports.
Comedian Patton Oswalt is best known for his role on "The King of Queens" and as the voice of Remy in the animated film, "Ratatouille." The Emmy Award winner tells CBS News contributor Jamie Wax about bombing onstage -- and what's worse than that. Tune in for the full interview Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017 on "CBS This Morning: Saturday." Find out when "CBS This Morning: Saturday" airs in your city here.
"Bending the Arc" is a new documentary that chronicles the journey of idealistic young doctors who helped change the way public health issues are addressed in developing nations. Dr. Jon LaPook sat down with two of the film's key figures, Drs. Jim Yong Kim and Paul Farmer, to discuss the benefits of using solar energy to restore power to Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricane Maria rather than rebuilding a traditional electrical grid.