"Air rage" seems to be happening more frequently with arguments and fights on planes turning into violent anger, which is often directed at the flight crew. Derek Thompson, senior editor for the Atlantic, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to talk about the difficult position of flight attendants and whether there has actually been an uptick in incidents or just an increase in viral videos of them.
Two Snapchatting climbers have reached a new milestone in their latest attempt to summit Mount Everest together. This is the second time Adrian Ballinger and Cory Richards are trying to ascend the world's highest peak without supplemental oxygen. Last year, only Richards made it to the summit. Dana Jacobson reports.
A surge in holiday air travel this weekend comes as airlines are making changes to their policies in the wake of a bad month. Last week, Delta canceled more than 4,000 flights due to storms, stranding customers and costing the airline $125 million. United faced a firestorm of criticism after violently removing a passenger from an overbooked flight. Kris Van Cleave has more.
Jennifer Williamson recorded video when TSA agents began aggressively patting-down her 13-year-old son after he left his laptop inside his backpack on the x-ray belt. The new pat-down procedure was implemented after an audit showed that agents failed to detect weapons at security checkpoints. Omar Villafranca has more.
Britain is joining the U.S. effort to tighten security on commercial airliners from some Middle Eastern and North African countries over a potential terror threat. Passengers on direct flights to the U.S. from eight countries will not be allowed to carry on electronic devices larger than a phone. Jeff Pegues reports.