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Sarah Outen nearly done with man-powered, around-the-world trek

In 2011, Sarah Outen set out on a solo voyage around the world by by rowboat, kayak and bike. She's nearly completed the journey, and is currently in the middle of the Atlantic, as Anna Werner reports.
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Details surface of sexual abuse allegations against Dennis Hastert
Prosecutors say former Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert sexually abused at least four boys while he was a high school wrestling coach. The allegations come ahead of Hastert's sentencing for financial crimes later this month. Jericka Duncan has more.
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Preview: Inside Hugh Jackman's coffee shop
Hugh Jackman brings us inside his New York City coffee shop. See the full story on" CBS Sunday Morning," April 10th.
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Watch: Search for beloved stuffed animal is out of this world
In a science experiment gone wrong, a beloved stuffed animal is out of reach in outer space. Elaine Quijano explains.
Former police officer Derek Chauvin speaks for the first time in court
Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin spoke for the first time in court Thursday, telling the judge he will invoke the fifth amendment and not testify during his murder trial. Shortly after, the defense rested its case. Closing arguments are scheduled to begin on Monday. Criminal defense attorney Arthur Aidala discusses the case presented by both sides and why the judge threatened to declare a mistrial.
Colleges accept video applications as competition mounts
As schools attempt to limit stress on students applying to college and their parents, some are now letting students apply by video. Mark Albert reports.
Senator urges Obama to declassify part of 9/11 report
In an interview that will air Sunday on "60 Minutes," former Florida Gov. and U.S. Sen. Bob Graham tells Steve Kroft that 28 classified pages of a congressional report on the 9/11 attacks could reveal who helped the hijackers.
President Biden authorizes sweeping sanctions against Russia
President Biden authorized sweeping new sanctions against Russia on Thursday designed to punish the Kremlin for cyber hacking and interfering in the 2020 election. The sanctions target more than 30 companies and individuals. The U.S. is also expelling Russian diplomats and intelligence officials. CBS News senior White House correspondent Weijia Jiang reports from the White House, and then joins CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss that and more.
Manhunt for violent offender ends in Washington
Accused killer Anthony Garver was captured late Friday night, days after escaping from a Washington state psychiatric hospital. As Carter Evans reports, the facility is increasingly coming under fire.
Cruz wins Colorado, Sanders takes Wisconsin
Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders each gained ground on their party front-runners Saturday with primary wins in Colorado and Wisconsin respectively. As Julianna Goldman reports, the next "big one" comes 10 days from now, when New Yorkers will go to the polls.
Brussels terror suspect confesses to being "man in the hat"
Belgian authorities say Mohamed Abrini, who was detained Friday in a raid, has confessed to being the third attacker in the Brussels Airport bombing. Abrini has also been linked to the terrorist attacks in Paris last November. Jonathan Vigliotti has more.
SpaceX Crew Dragon cleared for launch
The flight will mark the third piloted launch of SpaceX's futuristic astronaut ferry ship.
Bernie Sanders re-cuts "America" ad with more diversity
The viral "America" ad, first released in January, gets a new look from the Bernie Sanders campaign ahead of New York's primary. The campaign released their "New York" version earlier this week.
Abby Wambach: "I made a mistake, I'm owning it"
Addressing her recent DUI arrest at the 2016 OWN IT Summit at Georgetown University, retired World Cup soccer champion Abby Wambach took full responsibility for the incident and spoke to "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell about what she's learned from the mistake.
Abby Wambach: "Tackle real, true equality"
The retired soccer champion spoke with "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell at the 2016 OWN IT Summit at Georgetown University about the importance of fighting inequality, including the U.S. women's national team's push for equal pay.
Would John Kasich have signed N.C. transgender bathroom bill? "Probably not"
The Ohio governor and Republican presidential candidate spoke with CBS' "Face the Nation" and discussed North Carolina's controversial transgender bathroom law. The full interview will air Sunday, April 10, 2016.
GOP congressman urges bipartisan support in fight against opioid epidemic
In the Republican weekly address, Rep. Bob Dold, R-Illinois, is calling for bipartisan support in passing a bill taking aim at the nation's rising opioid addiction and overdose problems.
Atlanta high school changing its name to honor Hank Aaron
Change is on the way for a high school in Atlanta.
Moneywatch: Dave & Buster's plans to expand; Best Buy's new delivery option
Dave & Buster's plans to open 10 locations this year, and Best Buy will soon offer same-day delivery. Hena Daniels reports from New York.
Las Vegas teen couple charged in killing of girl’s father
A teenage couple planned to run away together to Los Angeles before stabbing and trying to dismember the girl's father in Las Vegas last week, according to media reports.
Stricter rules for brokers giving retirement advice
In an effort to crack down on backdoor payments and hidden fees, the Department of Labor just released new rules on how financial professionals must handle retirement accounts. Jill Schlesinger reports.
Video takes aim at stressful college application process
For many high school seniors this is the most nerve-wracking time of their lives. They have just three short weeks left before the May 1st college admissions deadline. It’s becoming such a high-stakes, stressful process that some colleges and universities are trying innovative ideas, like scrapping SATs, essays and even transcripts. Mark Albert reports.
The Dish: Melissa Cookston
Pitmaster Melissa Cookston developed a passion for "cue" growing up around pit-fire grills and Southern Delta cooking in Mississippi. That passion was re-ignited in the late 90's at a barbeque contest, and she's been smoking the competition ever since. Today she is the only female barbecue world champion. After years on the competition junket, she returned home, opening her Memphis Barbecue Co. restaurant, now with three locations across the Southeast. Her latest cookbook, "Smokin' Hot in the South: New Grilling Recipes from the Winningest Woman in Barbecue," is due out in May. Cookson joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to share her passion for barbeque and some signature dishes.
Saturday Sessions: Charles Bradley performs "Ain't It A Sin"
Singer Charles Bradley was born in 1948, but released his debut album just five years ago. Dubbed the "screaming eagle of soul," Bradley was strongly influenced by the late James Brown. Bradley performs "Ain't It A Sin" from his new album, "Changes."
Charles Bradley on long road to success
Success was a long time coming for Charles Bradley, who was born in 1948 but released his debut album just five years ago. His experiences during those 60-plus years make for quite a story fitting for a soul man strongly influenced by the late James Brown. Anthony Mason spoke with the singer about his life and music at Brooklyn's Essence Bar, where he was discovered.
What to expect going into round three of the Masters
Round three of the Masters golf tournament gets underway Saturday. After the first two rounds, defending champion Jordan Spieth finished atop the leader board Friday. But many others, including Rory McIlroy, are still in the hunt. Amy Lawrence, host of “After Hours” on CBS Sports radio, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to break down the golfers' performance and what to expect as they face off in the next round.
Saturday Sessions: Charles Bradley performs "Changes"
Singer Charles Bradley was born in 1948, but released his debut album just five years ago. He was strongly influenced by the late James Brown. Bradley performs "Changes" from his new album, "Changes."
Mom of four killed when neighbor’s gun accidentally goes off
A Florida mom-of-four was killed when her neighbor’s gun accidentally went off as he was cleaning it, shooting her in the head, authorities said. Jennifer Edelen, 47, was fatally shot inside her home on Sunday afternoon, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office. Her teenage daughter, who was also inside the house at the time, called...
Saturday Sessions: Charles Bradley performs "The World (Is Going Up In Flames)"
Singer Charles Bradley was born in 1948, but released his debut album just five years ago. He was strongly influenced by the late James Brown. Bradley performs "The World (Is Going Up In Flames)" from his album, "No Time For Dreaming."
Nursing student leaves free paintings around Boston
Delivery man gets Covid vaccine on hoagie run
Police: Driver tried to jump onto truck
Female officer has served over 41 years
NC couple moves to TN for boy's transplant
Man charged with hate crime in church fire
Students complain about bar's Covid practices
WhatsApp rolls out encryption across all platforms
The battle between the FBI and Apple over unlocking the San Bernardino killer’s iPhone may be over, but the fight over encryption has just been dramatically ramped up. WhatsApp -- an online messaging service with over a billion users -- just added end-to-end encryption of all its services, including messages, phone calls, photos and videos. Wired magazine got an exclusive interview with WhatsApp co-founder Jan Koum and Brian Acton. Wired’s editor at large Jason Tanz joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to explain how the encryption works and its implications.
Morning Rounds: Investing in Zika fight, rise in diabetes
The White House budget director announced this week more than half a billion dollars is being rushed into a battle against the Zika virus. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook reports on how that money could be spent. Also, Dr. LaPook and CBS News medical contributor Dr. Holly Phillips join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss a new World Health Organization study that finds that diabetes is on the rise in the U.S.
Philip Bump on presidential showdown in the Northeast
Philip Bump, political reporter for the The Democratic race is getting bitter and nastier ahead of the New York primary. And on the Republican side, Donald Trump is in a battle to prevent his Republican delegates from switching to Ted Cruz. Philip Bump, political reporter for the Washington Post, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the impact of the upcoming contests in New York, whether House Speaker Paul Ryan might join the race amid the release of his new campaign ad and the GOP fight to prevent a Trump nomination.
Is final Paris suspect the "man in the hat" seen in Brussels airport?
Five men suspected of links to last month's bombings in Brussels are now in custody. They include the last remaining identified fugitive in the November attacks in Paris. Police are looking into whether the suspect -- Mohamed Abrini -- is the so-called "man in the hat" who escaped the suicide bombing at the Brussels airport. Jonathan Vigliotti reports from London.
Clinton and Sanders try to soften tone ahead of NY primary
The race between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders is heating up in New York as they try to pick up voters before the state's primary on April 19th. Julianna Goldman reports.
Mother of dead ISIS fighter has new mission
ISIS destroyed Geraldine Henneghien's world, but she refuses to let them do it to others. She spoke with Vladimir Duthiers for the new CBSN Original documentary, "Terror in Brussels: Hiding in Plain Sight."
4/8: TSA to ramp up random searches at airports; friends have a reunion 40 years in the making
In response to the terror attacks in Brussels last month, the TSA will be increasing random checks of vehicles and people with larger bags; two childhood friends had a drunken night 40 years ago, then never saw each other again
California woman stabbed to death ID's estranged husband as alleged attacker before dying
A California woman identified her estranged husband as her attacker before she died Thursday after being stabbed in her home while her three children were inside, authorities said.
Molenbeek and Schaerbeek: Brussels' map of terror
When you see how close the bombmakers' apartment was to the Mayor of Schaerbeek's house, it shows how much the Brussels terror attackers were able to hide in plain sight.
The mother of an ISIS fighter's fight
When we spoke to Geraldine Henneghien three months ago, she couldn't imagine ISIS destroying her world any more. Then, they did.