• Kermit and friends find a new home in NYC exhibit celebrating Jim Henson
    The full story of the late Muppet master's nearly 40-year career is being told at a new exhibit in the Museum of the Moving Image
  • Jim Vance, longtime D.C. news anchor, dies at 75
    Vance joined NBC Washington in 1969 as a reporter before becoming an anchor in 1972
  • John Heard, "Home Alone" actor, dies at 72
    Early reports say Heard was found dead in his hotel room in Palo Alto, California
  • Firefighters bring dog back to life after rescue from house fire
    Firefighters revived a dog pulled from a house fire in Bakersfield, California. The dog, named Jack, was unresponsive as firefighters carried him out of the home. Using a specialized dog mask, the firefighters were able to resuscitate him. Moments later he was able to stand up and open his eyes.
  • The Dish: Chef Roxanne Spruance
    Chef Roxanne Spruance had competing interests growing up in Chicago: food and field hockey. But by 22, after a series of unpaid apprenticeships in some of Chicago's top dining restaurants, she had already earned the title of executive chef. In 2010, she moved to New York and into the kitchens of two renowned restaurants: WD-50 and Blue Hill at Stone Barns. Spruance joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss her culinary journey and her New York restaurant, Kingsley.
  • "The Chickens**t Club" author on why justice is rarely served on Wall Street
    Greed at the highest levels of the corporate world caused untold pain for millions of Americans during and after the 2008 financial crisis. That injustice, and similar failures, are the subject of a new book, "The Chickens**t Club: Why the Justice Department Fails to Prosecute Executives." Author of the book and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jesse Eisinger joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss why Wall Street sees so few prosecutions.
  • What kind of health care bill could the Senate vote on next week?
    The White House changes come as Republicans try to iron out a possible repeal bill to the Affordable Care Act. But that continues to be mired in delays. CBS News political director Steve Chaggaris joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss what kind of bill the Senate could be voting on next week, why Republicans have never been able to agree on a replacement for Obamacare and whether he thinks Republicans and Democrats will ever work together on the issue.
  • Could we soon get from New York to Washington in 30 minutes?
    This week, SpaceX founder Elon Musk issued a provocative tweet saying he's received verbal government approval to build a hyperloop system which would carry passengers in a metal tube at 700 mph. Editor-at-large for CNET's Roadshow, which covers transportation technology, Tim Stevens joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss how the system would work and why we still have a long way to go.
  • Morning Rounds: Forecasting migraines, advance healthcare directives
    CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook and CBS News contributor Dr. Tara Narula join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss a new model to forecast migraine attacks, how many Americans have advance directives regarding their medical care and a new way scientists are manufacturing a silk-like substance that may have applications in both medicine and food science.
  • Hawaii prepares for possibility of nuclear attack
    Hawaii is launching a program aimed at helping residents and visitors prepare for a nuclear attack. Earlier this month, North Korea launched its first and only successful international ballistic missile and experts say a weapon like that could reach Alaska and possibly Hawaii. Carter Evans reports.
  • Minneapolis mayor under fire after deadly police shooting
    The Minneapolis police chief is out after one of her officers shot and killed unarmed Australian yoga teacher Justine Damond. On Friday, Police Chief Janeé Harteau resigned and some are calling for Mayor Betsy Hodges to also step down. Jamie Yuccas reports.
  • What's next for White House after major staff changes?
    Senior writer for Politico, Jake Sherman, is the co-author of Politico's "Playbook" newsletter. He joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss reports that Attorney General Jeff Sessions had additional communications with the Russians, President Trump's new communications director and whether there could be more White House staff changes on the horizon.
  • Who is new White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci?
    President Trump praised Sean Spicer on Twitter after the departing White House spokesman gave his resignation. In his newly-appointed communications director, Anthony Scaramucci, President Trump has found a kind of kindred spirit. Errol Barnett reports.
  • White House staff shake-up amid growing Russia probe
    It was a tumultuous week for the White House team. The president publicly criticized his attorney general and lost two members of his personal legal team. There was also a shakeup on the communications team, leaving the new spokeswoman scrambling for answers. Paula Reid reports.
  • Eye Opener: Jeff Sessions back in the Russia spotlight
    The attorney general is under fire again after new reports surface about his communications with the Russians. Also, Sean Spicer resigns and a new face emerges as front man for the White House. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
  • St. Louis police pepper spray protesters outside jail
    About 200 people demonstrated against the St. Louis Workhouse, which has no air conditioning
  • Firefighters rescue nearly dead dog, bring him back to life
    Firefighter Matt Smith and his partners used a pet oxygen mask donated to the department by a local Girl Scout troop to revive the nearly lifeless shih tzu
  • 7/21: The Takeout
    In this week's episode of "The Takeout," CBS News Chief White House Correspondent Major Garrett and CBS News Political Director Steve Chaggaris have lunch with Tea Party Patriot co-founder and CEO Jenny Beth Martin
  • Minneapolis police chief resigns amid officer shooting controversy
    Minneapolis Police Chief Janeé Harteau resigned Friday afternoon as her department is under scrutiny for an officer-involved shooting of an unarmed woman. Harteau was away on vacation when the shooting occurred, and was critical of the officer in her first remarks about it on Thursday.
  • Hyperloop could transform transportation in the Northeast
    How would you like to have breakfast in New York and be at your desk in Washington, D.C., in time for your morning coffee break?

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