Philip Bump, politics reporter for "The Washington Post," joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the impact of heightened terrorism and national security concerns on the presidential race in the wake of the deadly Nice attack. He also weighs in on the impact Donald Trump's vice presidential pick -- Indiana Governor Mike Pence - could have on his campaign.
A star student and track athlete at the exclusive Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire is due in court next month to answer charges stemming from an alleged sexual assault last fall. Chukwudi Ikpeazus is accused of fondling a 17-year-old female student and charged with misdemeanor sexual assault. Police are also investigating the prestigious prep school and how it handled the case. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to weigh in on the case.
In today's Morning Rounds, CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and Dr. Tara Narula weigh in on a new warning by the American Heart Association that many commonly used medications could cause or worsen heart failure. Also, Dr. LaPook reports on a new study that examines how a physical cause may have driven former First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln's mental struggles and erratic behaviors.
Donald Trump formally introduced Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his vice presidential running mate Saturday in New York. Trump postponed making the announcement on Friday out of respect for the victims in the terror attack in France. Trump also became the first presidential candidate in history to announce his vice presidential pick on Twitter. Major Garrett reports.
At least 161 people are dead and more than 2,800 military members are under arrest after a failed coup in Turkey Friday. As the nexus between the Middle East and Europe, Turkey is important for U.S. interests. But relations between the two nations have deteriorated in recent years, as the U.S. complained that Turkey - which hosts the U.S.-led coalition fighting ISIS -- was not doing enough to fight the Islamic state. President Obama is urging all parties in Turkey to support the democratically elected government of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Holly Williams reports from Taksim Square in central Istanbul, the site of Friday night's violent clashes.
Singer-songwriter Steve Gunn got off to an early start in high school punk bands, before establishing himself as a player in the Philly music scene. In 2001, the Lansdowne, Pennsylvania native moved to New York, eventually self-releasing his first solo album in 2007. Gunn has collaborated with a slew or artists while establishing his own acclaimed body of solo, duo and ensemble recordings. Now, the critically hailed musician has just released his seventh full-length studio album, "Eyes on the Lines." Gunn performs "Night Wander."
Singer-songwriter Steve Gunn got off to an early start in high school punk bands, before establishing himself as a player in the Philly music scene. In 2001, the Lansdowne, Pennsylvania native moved to New York, eventually self-releasing his first solo album in 2007. Gunn has collaborated with a slew or artists while establishing his own acclaimed body of solo, duo and ensemble recordings. Now, the critically hailed musician has just released his seventh full-length studio album, "Eyes on the Lines." Gunn performs "Conditions Wild."
Gregory Porter's new album is a follow-up to his million-selling album, "Liquid Spirit," which won the Grammy for best jazz vocal album. The jazz vocalist and songwriter also had a surprise dance hit with the song, "Holding On," reports Anthony Mason. He performs "Don't Lose Your Steam" from his new album, "Take Me To The Alley."
More than 50 years ago, First Lady Jackie Kennedy gave Americans a tour of the White House in a live CBS special. Now, a PBS documentary provides an unprecedented look at the history of America's most famous residence and the people who work and live there. Director and producer Peter Schnall joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the film, "The White House: Inside Story."
Barbara Lynch is the only woman in the U.S. holding the elite title of Grand Chef Relais & Châteaux. She was born and raised in South Boston, in a large Irish family that struggled to survive. But years of hard work paid off -- the chef was named Outstanding Restaurateur in 2014 for the award-winning Menton. Her popular Boston-area restaurant group features a full range of dining options. Lynch joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to share her story and some signature dishes.
President Obama became the first sitting president to visit a federal prison last year as he sought to build support for criminal justice reform. While it seemed to have bipartisan support in Congress this year, it now appears to be stalled amid the intensifying election campaign. But one state is moving ahead with a controversial plan to expand a rehabilitation program for some of its prison inmates. Mark Albert reports.
The road to the Olympics in Rio de Janerio has been a bumpy one to say the least, plagued by worries about Zika, doping, water pollution, street violence and construction delays. But now, with the summer games opening in less than a month, there's a new concern -- cybercrime. Devin Redmond, vice president and general manager of social media security at the leading cybersecurity company Proofpoint joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss how cybercriminals are exploiting the Olympic games.
Political and religious leaders across the country are calling for calm, saying this is a time to unite, not divide. Marc Morial, president of the National Urban League and former mayor of New Orleans, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the importance of conversation, action and leadership to combat racial tensions.
On Tuesday in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, video captured the moment two police officers shot Alton Sterling dead outside a convenience store. David Begnaud spoke with the mother of Sterling's son, Cameron. On Wednesday, Diamond Reynolds posted the video of her fiancé, Philando Castile, bleeding to death -- with no one giving him first aid -- after a police officer shot him during a traffic stop in Minnesota. She spoke with Anna Werner.
What does this week of deadly clashes between civilians and police mean for officers patrolling cities and towns around the country? Ed Davis, a former Boston police commissioner joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss how the Dallas police ambush raises caution for officers across the country and why the use of a robot explosive to kill the gunman was justified.