The Trump administration unveiled updated safety guidelines for self-driving cars this week aimed at getting more test vehicles on the road. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao made the announcement at the University of Michigan where autonomous cars already have the run of the road because of a "town" built just for them. Michelle Miller reports.
The southern U.S. was hit by two record-breaking hurricanes this season. Irma was the most powerful hurricane ever observed in the open Atlantic and Harvey dropped the most rainfall ever recorded in the continental U.S. Time magazine editor-at-large Jeffrey Kluger joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss how disaster response has changed since Hurricane Katrina and FEMA's strategic pre-deployment of resources.
Apple executives unveiled the iPhone X this week along with a new facial recognition feature called Face ID. The iPhone's newest security feature, which uses a 3D scan of the user's face to unlock the phone, is also raising questions about privacy and security. Senior writer for Wired magazine Andy Greenberg joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss whether the technology can be tricked and why using a six-digit passcode is more secure than anything else.
Three weeks ago, Hurricane Harvey made landfall and the resulting floods caused more than 70 deaths. It damaged or destroyed more than a quarter of a million homes. Now, as Houston and its surrounding areas begin to recover, people are taking steps to head off a potential health threat. Omar Villafranca reports.
Police in Richmond, Virginia, are on alert as several dozen members of a pro-Confederate group are expected to rally Saturday morning in defense of the city's Confederate monuments. Counter-protesters are expected at the rally, raising concerns of possible violence like what happened in Charlottesville last month. Paula Reid reports.
Jonathan Allen, columnist for Roll Call and co-author of "Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton's Doomed Campaign" joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss what we can expect from President Trump's first speech to the United Nations next week, the proposed budget cuts to U.N. funding and the president's latest effort to make bipartisan deals.
President Trump is preparing to give his first-ever speech to the United Nations next week. The president's debut before the U.N. General Assembly comes after North Korea's latest missile launch over Japan on Friday. White House officials say the president will emphasize America's commitments to its allies and issue warnings to U.S. enemies. Errol Barnett reports.
Protesters are expected to meet in St. Louis Saturday to plan more demonstrations after a white former police officer was acquitted in the shooting death of a black man. Hundreds of activists battled with police Friday and early Saturday morning. At least 11 police were injured in those clashes and 32 were arrested. Dean Reynolds reports.
Britain is on high alert after a terror attack at a London subway station Friday. An improvised device partially detonated on a crowded subway during the morning commute. Twenty-nine people were injured and at least one person has been arrested. The terror threat in Britain has been raised to "critical," the highest possible level. Charlie D'Agata reports.
The National released their seventh album Friday called "Sleep Well Beast." Many critics are calling it their best yet and one of the best albums of the year. In a special performance recorded live just a few miles from their studio at the Basilica Hudson, The National performs "The System Only Dreams in Total Darkness."
The National released their seventh album Friday called "Sleep Well Beast." Many critics are calling it their best yet and one of the best albums of the year. In a special performance recorded live just a few miles from their studio at the Basilica Hudson, The National performs "Nobody Else Will Be There."
Widely renowned band The National released their seventh album Friday called "Sleep Well Beast." Many critics are calling it their best yet and one of the best albums of the year. In a special performance recorded live just a few miles from their studio at the Basilica Hudson, The National performs "Day I Die."
Bruce and Eric Bromberg's Blue Ribbon restaurant empire got its start 25 years ago. Considered a cradle of today's culinary scene, it was a hangout for some then-unknown chefs who would go on to become some of the biggest restaurateurs in the world. Dana Jacobson sat down with the founders and tasted the timeless appeal of Blue Ribbon.
Rescue crews are using Zello, an app that lets people turn their smartphones into virtual walkie-talkies. In the days ahead, these types of apps and various tools could help save lives. CNET senior editor Dan Ackerman joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to offer practical tips for those in the hurricane's path.
Hurricane Jose, a Category 4 storm, is swirling in the Atlantic. It's threatening some of the islands in the Caribbean left devastated by Hurricane Irma just days ago. Tiffany Bender, an American who is stranded on St. Martin after Irma destroyed nearly all of its structures, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" by phone to recount what she's witnessing.