Trump and Biden to face off in first 2020 presidential debatePresident Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will be going head-to-head in their first presidential debate Tuesday night in Cleveland, Ohio. Ed O'Keefe breaks down the likely topics, including the Supreme Court and a peaceful transition of power, and what the election battlefield looks like ahead of their first formal meet-up as candidates.
Angelina Jolie donates to 6-year-olds’ lemonade stand raising money for YemenTwo young philanthropists in London selling lemonade to raise money for Yemen got a generous contribution from one Hollywood star. Imtiaz Tyab speaks to the pair of 6-year-olds behind “Lemonade for YemenAid.”
Chef shares what goes into a perfect New England clambakeFor the “CBS This Morning: Saturday” series The Dish, Jeff Glor visits a remote island off the coast of Maine, for a clambake put on by Eventide — one of the most successful seafood restaurants in the country. The team who started Eventide just released their first cookbook, a tribute to friendship, fishing and classic seafood.
Baseball super fans go to extreme lengths to catch a glimpse of the gameMajor League Baseball is going into its final weekend of the regular season — one that was cut short and played without fans due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, as Brook Silva-Braga reports, a small group of so-called “fandemics” have gone to great heights just for a glimpse of the game
U.S. soars past 7 million COVID-19 cases as some states relax restrictions"We're going to be able to host a Super Bowl in February," said Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said. "We expect to do a full Super Bowl."
NASA astronaut to cast her ballot 200 miles above Earth"If we can do it from space, then I believe folks can do it from the ground, too," Kate Rubins said.
Former ICE detainee claims major surgery was done without her consentAn ICE detention facility in Georgia is coming under fire after being accused of performing unwanted medical procedures. In an exclusive interview, Mireya Villarreal speaks with Pauline Binam, a former detainee who claims the doctors performed a major surgery without her consent. CBS News has requested more information from ICE and access to Binam's other medical records, but the agency said such a request would require Binam to sign a consent form. Additionally, Binam’s attorney, Van Huynh, tells us they have also been unable to acquire those documents, and are still working to get her surgical consent form and other records from the hospital.
Elijah Cummings’ widow on his new autobiography and extraordinary lifeLate Congressman Elijah Cummings’ autobiography, titled “We’re Better Than This” after the cvil rights giant’s signature phrase, has recently been shepherded to completion thanks to his widow, Maya Rockeymoore Cummings. Michelle Miller speaks to her about completing the book, and her husband’s lasting legacy.
How will a Supreme Court vacancy shake up the 2020 race?Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death has set off a dramatic chain of events leading up to what is expected to be a fierce confirmation battle in the Senate to fill her seat. President Trump is set to announce his pick to fill the vacancy Saturday, just over a week since the icon’s death. The Hill Editor-in-Chief Bob Cusack joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to break down the latest in the Supreme Court fight.
Saturday Sessions: The Lumineers perform “It Wasn’t Easy To Be Happy For You”Wesley Schultz and Jeremiah Fraites were struggling musicians in New York before they moved to Denver and started recording. There they formed The Lumineers, and the group’s first album peaked at number two on the charts. Their second album debuted at number one. Their latest collection, “III,” just scored a Billboard nomination for “Best Rock Album.” They join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “It Wasn’t Easy To Be Happy For You.”
Saturday Sessions: The Lumineers perform “Life In The City”Wesley Schultz and Jeremiah Fraites were struggling musicians in New York before they moved to Denver and started recording. There they formed The Lumineers, and the group’s first album peaked at number two on the charts. Their second album debuted at number one. Their latest collection, “III,” just scored a Billboard nomination for “Best Rock Album.” They join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “Life In The City.”
Saturday Sessions: The Lumineers perform “Cleopatra”Wesley Schultz and Jeremiah Fraites were struggling musicians in New York before they moved to Denver and started recording. There they formed The Lumineers, and the group’s first album peaked at number two on the charts. Their second album debuted at number one. Their latest collection, “III,” just scored a Billboard nomination for “Best Rock Album.” They join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “Cleopatra.”