A controversial meeting between President Trump and Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte comes as Duterte continues to cultivate a violent image of himself. On Friday, he told an audience he committed murder at age 16. Since taking office last year, Duterte is following through on his campaign promise to purge the Philippines of illegal drug use, a pledge that's come with a price of thousands of lives. Kylie Atwood reports.
Congressional reporter for the Washington Post, Ed O'Keefe, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss why there's not a lot that Republicans outside of Alabama can do to prevent Roy Moore from running in the Alabama Senate race, the significance of this week's Democratic wins and pushback on the GOP tax reform plan.
Alabama's Republican Senate candidate is fighting back against allegations of sexual misconduct. Four women told the Washington Post that retired Judge Roy Moore pursued them when they were teenagers and he was in his 30s. All four women have confirmed their stories to CBS News. Moore angrily rejected calls to abandon his campaign on Friday, which could have national implications. Paula Reid reports.
Chef Floyd Cardoz is known worldwide for his inventive take on Indian cuisine. After attending hotel management schools in India and Europe he headed to New York and made his name with the highly-acclaimed modern Indian restaurant, Tabla. His newest venues span the globe including Pao Walla in New York and The Bombay Canteen in Mumbai. Cardoz joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his culinary journey.
Aerial photography used to be reserved only for the professionals but as smartphones have changed the way people take pictures, so have new travel opportunities. Flights and views that were once almost impossible to get are becoming routine -- making for a spectacular surge of aerial photography nationwide. Jeff Glor reports.
Learning where we come from has never been more popular with shows like "Finding Your Roots," ancestry websites and companies that analyze your DNA. Author A.J. Jacobs embarked on his own journey of discovery and chronicles it all in his fascinating and funny new book, "It's All Relative: Adventures Up and Down the World's Family Tree." Jacobs joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his many experiences along the way.
President Trump continues to face questions about the ongoing Russia investigation. He has expressed frustration over special counsel Robert Mueller's probe and with Attorney General Jeff Sessions. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the latest revelations and what George Papadopoulos's designation as a "proactive cooperator" could mean for the overall probe.
Sally Ride made history back in 1983 when she became the first American woman to travel into outer space. Now, Ride and three other women who were NASA pioneers are being honored with their own Lego likenesses. The "Women of NASA" Lego set went on sale this week, and quickly became the top-selling toy on Amazon. Alex Wagner reports.
Lawmakers slammed executives of social media companies at this week's congressional hearings. The panel demanded to know why Russian operatives were allowed to purchase ads that reached millions of Americans before, during and after last year's presidential election. CBS News contributor and Wired editor-in-chief Nick Thompson joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss how fake accounts are more damaging than political ads and why social media companies are having a tough time assessing the scope of the Russian influence operation.
Singer-songwriter Julien Baker is just 22 years old but she's already toured with bands like The Decemberists and Death Cab for Cutie. The Memphis native performed with a punk band in high school and in 2015 released her acclaimed solo debut, "Sprained Ankle." Her sophomore album, "Turn Out the Lights," was released Friday to rave reviews.