Grammy-nominated artist Aloe Blacc has been creating music for the past 25 years. The California native rose to fame in the early 2000s in Europe before climbing the charts in the U.S. He has released three solo studio albums, with his fourth, “All Love Everything,” set to come out in the fall. He joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “I Do.”
Grammy-nominated artist Aloe Blacc has been creating music for the past 25 years. The California native rose to fame in the early 2000s in Europe before climbing the charts in the U.S. He has released three solo studio albums, with his fourth, “All Love Everything,” set to come out in the fall. He joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform his take on Bob Dylan’s “Blowin’ in the Wind.”
Grammy-nominated artist Aloe Blacc has been creating music for the past 25 years. The California native rose to fame in the early 2000s in Europe before climbing the charts in the U.S. He has released three solo studio albums, with his fourth, “All Love Everything,” set to come out in the fall. He joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “My Way.”
The coronavirus pandemic has put the future of many theaters in peril, and landmarks such as the replica of William Shakespeare’s beloved Globe Theatre in London have not been spared from the consequences of lockdown orders. Imtiaz Tyab visits the world-renowned stage to see how it is determined to survive.
The signers of the Declaration of Independence knew the risk they were taking by adding their names to the document -- considered treason against British rule. Yet one name may not be as well-known as the others, that of printer Mary Katherine Goddard. Dana Jacobson looks into Goddard's life and the little-known role she played in preserving the birth of the United States.
While fireworks displays around the country have been called off over coronavirus concerns, some Americans have taken it upon themselves to create their own celebrations, using backyard fireworks -- often imported from China. Ramy Inocencio speaks to the person responsible for purchasing for Phantom Fireworks, who says their business would "cease to exist" without China's production.
NASCAR made a significant change in June when it banned the Confederate flag from flying at the sport's events, two days after driver Bubba Wallace called for its removal. The 26-year-old is NASCAR's only full time Black driver at the top level, and has begun using his platform to call for justice. Michelle Miller spoke with him about his newfound role as an athlete and activist.
The Medal of Honor is the highest award in the U.S. military, given to a select few who have shown extraordinary valor. While there are incredible stories of courage behind those who received the award, some have taken the honor and used it to help others find their own measure of courage. Catherine Herridge speaks to these recipients about what they are doing to inspire future generations.
Independence Day 2020 will be marked, in part, by protests across the nation focused on police brutality and racism. Though the movement is recent, ongoing demands for fairness, justice and equality are as old as the country itself. Michelle Miller takes a look at protests through history and where those movements have taken the U.S.
Child safety seats are now required in cars across all 50 states. While the seats have saved thousands of lives, a hazard known for decades in many vehicles has exposed the young occupants of safety seats to danger. Kris Van Cleave reports on the new legislation introduced by two senators, aimed at forcing automakers to confront the issue.
Lightning, thunder and rain are expected from the Gulf Coast to the Northern Plains over the Independence Day weekend. The rain may bring relief from the persistent heat gripping parts of the country. Saturday, July 4 could see higher-than-average temperatures as Americans look to celebrate the holiday while staying safe. Meteorologist Jeff Berardelli explains what the nation can expect while celebrating this weekend.
After decades of criticism and resistance, the Washington Redskins football team said on Friday that they would be reviewing their name -- considered by many to be racially insensitive. The move comes after dozens of investors reportedly threatened to terminate their relationships with the team, and FedEx sent an open letter to the organization calling for change. Jeff Glor reports on the team's historic decision.
England is lifting some of its coronavirus restrictions Saturday, as the global tally for confirmed cases exceeds 11 million. People who are eager to get their hair cut can return to salons and barber shops, while those in need of a pint can go back to their favorite pubs. Roxana Saberi is in London to explain how the lifting of restrictions, nicknamed "Super Saturday," is playing out.
Many Americans are looking for ways to stay safe this holiday weekend as coronavirus cases rise to record levels in some states. The total number of confirmed cases in the U.S. is nearly 3 million. Johns Hopkins University's Dr. Amesh Adalja joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the latest numbers and what that means for the millions of Americans hoping to celebrate Independence Day.
Coronavirus is surging in 40 states across the U.S., with more than 2.5 million confirmed cases nationwide. The death toll is rising to more than 129,000. Cities and states, like California, have shut beaches ahead of the July 4 holiday weekend in an effort to control the rising COVID-19 infection rates. Michael George reports from Rockaway Beach in New York.
President Trump kicked off the holiday weekend with an Independence Day celebration at Mount Rushmore Friday, after protesters were arrested earlier in the day after they blocked a road leading to the monument. Despite the advice of doctors and the White House coronavirus task force, Mr. Trump and the First Lady did not wear masks at the event. Nikole Killion reports on the president's divisive remarks.