Alzheimer's disease is a growing health crisis with more than five million Americans estimated to have it. That number could top 15 million by 2050. British neuroscientist Dr. Joseph Jebelli has studied Alzheimer's throughout his career and recently went on a journey of discovery that produced his new book "In Pursuit of Memory." He joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his book, which he calls an "accessible account" of the disease, and why he was inspired to write about the topic.
The federal indictments of 13 Russian nationals on Friday are the first criminal charges directly related to alleged interference in the 2016 election. The charges focus on a secret effort carried out on social media to help then-candidate Donald Trump defeat Hillary Clinton. Frank Cilluffo, director of the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security at George Washington University and Michael Waldman, president of the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University, join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the state of our election security and how it needs to be improved.
Philip Bump, national correspondent for the Washington Post, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss President Trump's reaction to the indictment of 13 Russian nationals over 2016 election interference and what the charges reveal about the direction of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
The goodwill of the Olympic Games appears to be thawing relations between North and South Korea. The North's leader, Kim Jong Un, invited South Korea's president to Pyongyang for a summit, in the hopes of easing tensions between the rival nations. The message was delivered by Kim's sister, just hours after the Winter Games opened in South Korea. Ben Tracy reports.
Investors are bracing for more ups and downs on Wall Street after a volatile week for U.S. stock markets. On Friday, the Dow swung up and down, to finish on the plus side, adding 330 points one day after suffering a 1,000-point loss. CBS News senior business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss why the recent tumult is actually normal.
Gabriel Debenedetti, national political reporter at Politico, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss President Trump's refusal to declassify Democrats' rebuttal to the Nunes memo, whether they could circumvent the White House to release it anyway and the White House's handling of domestic abuse allegations against former White House aide Rob Porter
There is increasing backlash over the way White House Chief of Staff John Kelly handled the allegations of spousal abuse against former staff secretary Rob Porter. Kelly reportedly has said he's willing to offer his resignation, but a senior White House official says Kelly's resignation is unlikely. Errol Barnett reports.
The political fight over the dueling memos in the Russia investigation is intensifying. The White House said Friday that President Trump will not release a classified memo drafted by Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee intended as a rebuttal to a Republican memo released last week. Paula Reid reports.
Eric Kayser has brought artisanal French baking to countries around the world. Born in Lorraine, France, Kayser's great-grandfather, grandfather, and father were all traditional French bakers. After working as a baking teacher and consultant he opened his first bakery in Paris, Maison Kayser, which became an instant hit and led to locations all over France. Today, there are over 100 bakery-cafes in 20 nations. Kayser joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his culinary journey.