The International Olympic Committee will discuss Tuesday a possible ban of Russia from the Rio Olympics, which begin in less than three weeks. This follows a scathing report that confirmed Russia's state-sponsored doping program. Hundreds of positive drug tests went unreported. Mark Phillips 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.
Last year, the Arizona Cardinals had one of the best seasons in franchise history, notching 13 regular season wins and making it all the way to the NFC Championship Game. The Cardinals' 2015 season is the subject of a new NFL Films series, "All or Nothing," now available to Amazon Prime video customers. Cardinals All-Pro defensive back Patrick Peterson, team president Michael Bidwill and NFL Films Coordinating Producer Keith Cossrow join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the film.
When the U.S. Rowing Team takes to the water at the Rio Olympics next month, their uniforms will be different from what they planned. They'll wear anti-microbial suits to protect themselves from pollution. The lagoon where they'll row is just one of the many waterways Brazil promised to clean up before the games, but it's a promise the country has failed to keep. Ben Tracy reports from Rio.
Just over five weeks before the summer Olympics get underway, Rio still faces a number of problems. Police say they're underpaid and the acting governor admits the games could be a "big failure" because of budget shortfalls. Now, the doping control lab -- set up to make sure athletes don't cheat -- is closed. Ben Tracy reports.