The highly anticipated "Jason Bourne" movie starring Matt Damon is just one of a slew of big ticket blockbusters that have been released over the past seven months. But what about those smaller and independent films that don't get as much hype as their bigger-budgeted cousins and -- more often than not -- get lost in the shuffle? Fandango managing editor Erik Davis joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to share some very good films you may have missed.
With the political conventions over, the presidential candidates will now be campaigning in earnest. Voters head to the polls in just 100 days. Phillip Bump, a political columnist at The Washington Post, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss what's ahead in the campaign and the impact of the conventions.
Hillary Clinton has returned to the campaign trail as the Democratic nominee. The latest Reuters-Ipsos poll taken during the week of the Democratic Convention shows Clinton with a six-point edge over Donald Trump. Clinton and her running mate, Senator Tim Kaine, travel through Pennsylvania and Ohio this weekend. Each campaign stop will focus on the Democrats' agenda of boosting the economy and adding more jobs during their first 100 days in office. Errol Barnett reports from Washington.
With just 100 days until votes are cast for the presidential election, the FBI is investigating another cyberattack. According to the Clinton campaign, a computer service they used was hacked as part of a larger breach of the Democratic National Committee. The Democratic congressional campaign committee claims they also had an intrusion. Marlie Hall reports.