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The latest on Europe’s migrant crisis and the 2016 campaign trail, with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, and others.
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Massive blizzard slams East Coast
A powerful blizzard is dumping historic amounts of snow on the Eastern Seaboard and has shut down the country's most populous city. Eleven states and Washington, D.C., have declared a state of emergency, and a full travel ban has been declared in New York City. Marlie Hall has more from the snowy Big Apple.
Michael Bloomberg considering 2016 run for president
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg may wind up making a run for the White House as an independent candidate. Bloomberg's advisors say the billionaire may run if Donald Trump wins the Republican nomination and Bernie Sanders wins the Democratic nomination. CBS Senior Political Editor Steve Chaggaris joins CBSN with more.
Scott Kelly captures image of "thundersnow" from space
A rare weather phenomenon was seen from space as a massive blizzard hit the East Coast Saturday. Astronaut Scott Kelly managed to snap a photograph of "thundersnow" from the International Space Station. CBSN's Jamie Yuccas reports.
Greg Gutfeld: Vaccine virtue signaling and peer pressure -- this is CNN
CNN's call for Fox hosts to share 'vaccine selfies' has nothing to do with improving public health
Despite massive blizzard, people flock to Central Park
As the snow pummels New York City, many are braving the weather to visit Central Park. CBSN's Kaitlynn Fish reports from Columbus Circle amid the wind and continuous snowfall.
Expert: Market correction natural due to slower growth
Veteran dealmaker Stephen Pagliuca says what we're seeing on Wall Street is a natural correction of markets to reflect part of the jitters about global growth. Pagliuca, a partner and managing director at Bain Capital for 28 years, was in China a month ago. He said he still sees the hustle and bustle there and the service businesses are growing
Donald Trump says he could "shoot somebody and I wouldn't lose" support
The Republican presidential candidate comments on the "incredible" loyalty of his voter support base during a rally in Sioux Center, Iowa.
GOP: Obama's energy policy "weaken our growth"
Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, blasts the president's positions on Keystone XL and other energy-related issues just as the Senate readies to review a bipartisan energy bill in the coming week
President ticks off Affordable Care Act accomplishments as enrollment deadline looms
In his weekly address, President Obama issues a reminder that enrollment through the federal healthcare exchange will remain open until Jan. 31
Graham Nash on loss of David Bowie, Glenn Frey
There's been an outpouring of grief from the music world since the New Year as multiple legends have left us, including Natalie Cole, Lemmy of Motorhead Fame, David Bowie, and The Eagles' Glenn Frey, who died just a week later. Their music may be timeless, but age is catching up to a whole generation of classic rockers. Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Graham Nash spoke to "CBS This Morning: Saturday" co-host Anthony Mason about the loss of two contemporaries and his thoughts on his own mortality.
Victor Davis Hanson blasts Delta's CEO on 'wokeness': 'If you make $17M' you're 'not committed to equity'
Historian Victor Davis Hanson joined 'The Ingraham Angle' on Monday and called today's social landscape 'the Great Awokening', singling out Delta Airlines CEO Edward Bastian who has spoken out against Georgia's election integrity law
Art meets science in new exhibit of space
This week, London sees the opening of a stunning new exhibition called “Otherworlds” at the Natural History Museum of London. American artist Michael Benson used raw data from deep space missions by NASA and the European Space Agency to create vividly detailed images of our solar system, all displayed with a sound track by acclaimed music composer Brian Eno. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
The Dish: Chef Michael Schlow
Chef Michael Schlow was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. A jock who played sports, he traded in a baseball scholarship and a 92-mile-per-hour fastball for culinary school. It's a decision that's clearly paid off. He now has a restaurant empire that spans coast to coast -- including Alta Strada, Tico and The Riggsby -- and his ninth restaurant is slated to open in March. Schlow is also the author of "It's About Time, Great Recipes for Everyday Life." Food and Wine Magazine named him a "best new chef," and the James Bond Foundation awarded him "Best Chef: Northeast." Schlow joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to share his favorite dishes and discuss his career.
A look at the Tom Brady-Peyton Manning rivalry
One of the greatest rivalries in NFL history is between quarterbacks Peyton Manning and Tom Brady, who have faced off 16 times going back to 2001. They will square off Sunday for what could be the last time, with a spot in Superbowl 50 on the line. New York Daily News football columnist Gary Myers joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his new book, " Brady vs Manning: The Untold Story of the Rivalry That Transformed the NFL," which takes readers inside this hard-nosed history.
Inside one of the world's most dangerous ski races
The world's best skiers are gathered in Austria this weekend to take on the most challenging ski course on the planet -- one even the sport's best say they are simply happy to make it down in one piece. The documentary "STREIF: One Hell of a Ride" by Red Bull Media House takes an in-depth look at the notorious course that's been described as "two minutes of terror," and has produced triumph and tragedy in its over 70-year history. Nathaniel Vinton, author of "The Fall Line: How American Ski Racers Conquered on the Edge" joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the legendary race.
Saturday Sessions: Dylan LeBlanc performs "Look How Far We've Come"
At age 20, Dylan LeBlanc released his debut album, "Pauper's Field," which quickly took him from working as a waiter to being hailed as "the new Neil Young." Now, six years later, LeBlanc is out with his third studio album, "Cautionary Tale" and it is getting rave reviews. LeBlanc performs "Look How Far We've Come" from his latest album.
Saturday Sessions: Dylan LeBlanc performs "Easy Way Out"
At age 20, Dylan LeBlanc released his debut album, "Pauper's Field," which quickly took him from working as a waiter to being hailed as "the new Neil Young." Now, six years later, LeBlanc is out with his third studio album, "Cautionary Tale" and it is getting rave reviews. LeBlanc performs "Easy Way Out" from his latest album.
Mobile payment revolution
More and more people are turning to mobile apps such as Apple Pay or Venmo and the big banks are scrambling to adapt. Forrester Research predicts that mobile payments in the U.S. will reach $90 billion in 2017, up from 12.8 billion in 2012. CBS News senior business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss what's driving this change.
LIVE UPDATES: Derek Chauvin murder trial continues Tuesday
The murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer, Derek Chauvin is set to continue Tuesday.
LIVE UPDATES: Minnesota police and protesters clash for second night following Daunte Wright fatal shooting
Protesters and police clashed for a second night Monday outside the Brooklyn Center Police Department after the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man, during a traffic stop.
Morning Rounds: Zika disease, antibiotics test and restaurant calories
The CDC issued new guidelines for doctors caring for pregnant women who may have been exposed to the Zika virus. Doctors in Brazil now say the mosquito borne virus linked to birth defects could also be linked to a rare syndrome that can leave patients almost completely paralyzed for weeks. Also, an experimental test from Duke University researchers could help determine whether patients need antibiotics the next time they're feeling under the weather. Finally, researchers at Tuft University in Boston found 92 percent of popular menu choices at restaurants exceed calorie limits for a single meal. Dr. Holly Phillips and Dr. Tara Narula join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss all of these topics.
Takata airbag recall expands after 10th death
There’s been another highway death -- the tenth caused by a defective airbag made by the Japanese manufacturer Takata. The federal government is now adding another five million Takata-equipped vehicles to the 19 million already recalled. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Conservatives Call for Dr. Anthony Fauci to Be Fired for Advising Against Indoor Dining
"The fact that Fauci was ever paid with tax-payer money is an embarrassment to the United States of America," one Republican representative has written about the infectious diseases expert.
More than 8,000 flights canceled due to winter storm
The blizzard has canceled thousands of flights and is creating headaches for rail travelers, even for those not in the direct path of the storm. David Begnaud reports.
Coastal floods prompt voluntary evacuations in New Jersey
One of the biggest dangers from the massive storm hitting the East Coast is the threat of severe coastal flooding. New Jersey, which was hard-hit by Superstorm Sandy is on edge. Gov. Chris Christie did not issue mandatory evacuation orders, but some shore communities advised residents to get out before the storm hits. Meg Baker of CBS News' New York station WCBS-TV reports.
Joe Biden, Kamala Harris Tweet Support for Duante Wright's Family
President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris each tweeted their support Monday for the family of Duante Wright, the 20-year-old black driver killed after he evaded arrest on an outstanding warrant Sunday in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota.
Nine killed in icy crashes throughout the South
The monster storm moving east first slammed parts of the South with snow and ice, causing major problems on the roads, stranding hundreds and killing nine people. Mark Strassmann reports from Charlotte North Carolina.
Why Biden is making more progress on economic than social issues
The magnitude of the economic proposals that President Joe Biden may pass through Congress this year is drawing legitimate comparisons to Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal and Lyndon B. Johnson's Great Society.
Analysis: Why Biden is making more progress on economic than social issues
The magnitude of the economic proposals that President Joe Biden may pass through Congress this year is drawing legitimate comparisons to Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal and Lyndon B. Johnson's Great Society.
Massive winter storm marches up East Coast
A big and powerful blizzard is affecting over 70 million Americans, with snow, sleet, freezing rain and gale-forced winds stretching from the Southeast to the Northeast. At least nine storm-related deaths are reported. The storm, combined with high tides, is also battering coastal areas. One-in-seven Americans could get at least half-a-foot of snow. Ten states along the East Coast are under emergency declarations, as well as New York City and Washington. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Michigan vaccine rebuff puts Biden and a top ally in a dicey political spot
President Joe Biden is confronting his most controversial and politically unpalatable moment yet since assuming responsibility for the US' response to the pandemic.
Indonesian Muslims Open Ramadan With Vaccines and Socially Distanced Prayers
With vaccines being rolled out, restrictions are easing in the world’s most populous Muslim nation despite a spike in COVID-19 cases
1/22: Epic blizzard arrives in the East; Historic roadside restaurant plans to stop taking orders
The first signs of the major blizzard forecasted to hit the East Coast have arrived; Until recently, Tim Harris was the only restaurant owner in the country with Down syndrome.
The "Other Davos" reveals the true plight of the plutocrats
The delightfully dismissive financial journalist Felix Salmon shared with CBS News in Davos, Switzerland, his skeptical views on a strange place where the talk is all about sharing ideas and shaping solutions to global problems but the action is all about billionaires drinking champagne and networking with other billionaires
Jersey Shore braces for snowstorm
On the New Jersey shore, flooding is the main concern. The expected storm surge will coincide with a full moon high tide, which is what happened during Hurricane Sandy. Jericka Duncan reports from Manasquan, New Jersey, where officials are busy preparing.
Historic roadside restaurant plans to stop taking orders
Until recently, Tim Harris was the only restaurant owner in the country with Down syndrome. For the last five years he has lived for his business. But now he is closing down to be with his new love, girlfriend Tiffani. Steve Hartman met the happy couple On the Road.
Elfrid Payton is rewarding Tom Thibodeau, Knicks’ trust
On Monday, Knicks starting point guard Elfrid Payton faced Denis Schroder, the Lakers point guard who will be a free agent this summer. Wednesday, Payton will face Pelicans playmaker Lonzo Ball, also a free agent this summer. The Knicks are expected to have interest in both point guards in August. But when Payton plays like...
Health clinics overwhelmed by lead testing in Flint
In Flint, Michigan, health clinics are crowded with worried parents getting their children tested for lead poisoning -- but the high demand has backed up the process. Adriana Diaz reports.
Laura Ingraham: Big corporations supporting woke ideals ‘completely at odds’ with business values
'The Ingraham Angle' host Laura Ingraham argues big businesses supporting liberal rhetoric is against all-things corporate.
Low oil prices, high unemployment in Texas town
Low oil and gas prices are great for drivers, but they have a negative effect on those in the oil business trying to stay afloat. Manuel Bojorquez reports from Alice, Texas.
National Review launches attack on Donald Trump
The Iowa Caucuses are just 10 days away. Donald Trump still leads the pack of Republican presidential hopefuls. Hoping to derail his campaign, a group of conservatives have formed a movement to stop Trump. Major Garrett reports.
5 million vehicles added to Takata air bag recall
Federal safety regulators confirmed the 10th death caused by a defective Takata air bag. With this latest death, officials expanded the largest auto safety recall in history, adding 5 million more vehicles. DeMarco Morgan has the latest.
East Coast braces for major snow dump
As a major snowstorm begins dumping an expected two feet of snow on Washington, D.C., chief meteorologist at CBS Boston Eric Fisher explains what the rest of the East Coast can expect.
Flight cancellations cause major headache
Snow, ice, and rain are about the only things flying in the Northeast -- more than 3,000 flights are cancelled. As David Begnaud reports, more delays and cancellations are expected -- and misery at the airports is accumulating.
Icy roads cause deadly wrecks in South
In the Carolinas, ice and freezing rain is putting residents in danger. Weather-related car wrecks have killed at least five people down South and power outages are starting to pile up. Mark Strassmann reports.
Epic blizzard arrives in the East
The first signs of the major blizzard forecasted to hit the East Coast have arrived. The snowstorm is already being blamed for at least six deaths. Kris Van Cleave reports on what to expect.
Daunte Wright's Brother Dallas Doesn't Believe Police Killing Was an Accident: 'Straight Bulls***'
"For them to call it an accident or a mistake, to be honest, it's just straight bullsh*t," Dallas Wright said about the fatal police shooting of his brother Daunte Wright.
Bond market guru zeroes in on key reason for global markets' recent wild ride
Rick Rieder of investment firm BlackRock told CBS News in Davos, Switzerland, that the Federal Reserve is in an unusually tricky spot with little room to maneuver as a slowing economy in the United States potentially derails the central bank's plan to raise interest rates.