President Trump is ratcheting up a contentious dispute with two of America's most popular professional sports leagues.
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On Saturday, North Korea's foreign minister spoke to the United Nations. He reacted to tough new sanctions and global condemnation over the country's missile and nuclear programs. He also said that President Trump is on "a suicide mission." Watch his full remarks here.
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It's not just Facebook and Google who are slimming down their mobile apps for the sake of regions where data is slow or spotty. Twitter has confirmed to TechCr...
On Friday, President Trump gave a speech in Huntsville, Alabama, and touched on various topics including the tension with North Korea, the GOP health care bill and the NFL. He called out Kim Jong Un and Sen. John McCain in the process. Watch his remarks for more.
British Prime Minister Theresa May proposed a two-year transitional Brexit deal during a keynote speech in Florence, Italy on Sept. 22.
The demands of binge-watching have changed the way scripts are created, bringing larger teams together in one intense space. Showrunners Eric Newman, Jill Soloway and Alec Berg on how their hit shows are written
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This weekend, a stunning new museum opens in Cape Town, South Africa. The Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art - also known as the Zeitz MOCAA - is Africa's first modern art museum. While the breathtaking structure is considered groundbreaking by some, others find it elitist. Debora Patta reports.
File under "Not worth the hassle."
People have had three decades to describe The Mavericks, but their sound is still tough to categorize. Along their musical journey they've been described as rock, country, Latin and more. "CBS This Morning: Saturday" co-host Anthony Mason spoke with the band about their comeback and new album, "Brand New Day."
The movement was started last year by Colin Kaepernick who was protesting police violence. Since then, other players have knelt or carried out other forms of protest during the anthem. During a campaign rally in Alabama Friday night, the president said team owners should get rid of those players.
People have had three decades to describe The Mavericks, but their sound is still tough to categorize. Along their musical journey they've been described as rock, country, Latin and more.
There is suspicion that North Korea may have conducted a new nuclear test. Seismic monitors detected a 3.4-magnitude earthquake on Saturday morning about 30 miles from where previous nuclear tests were carried out, according to a nuclear watchdog group. China's earthquake center says it was caused by a suspected explosion, while South Korea calls the tremor a natural event.
Chef Tim Cushman's first training wasn't in food, but in jazz and classical guitar. But while pursuing his musical dreams, he worked in restaurants and discovered a whole new passion in cooking. His Boston restaurant O Ya has been recognized as one of the top sushi restaurants in the nation, earning him a James Beard Award as Best Chef in the Northeast. Cushman joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his culinary journey.
Social media influencers have become a $1 billion industry and it's projected to grow to more than twice that in the next two years. In some ways, it's a throwback to integrated content at the dawn of television, but as one expert said, what's different is who can be the pitchman and how much money can they make. Jamie Wax reports.
This week's major tech headlines include reviews of the new iPhone 8, 8 Plus and Apple TV 4K. Nest also introduced a new line of home protection products called Nest Secure and there's even more rumblings that Sprint and T-Mobile may actually pull off a long-rumored merger.
Politico congressional reporter Rachel Bade joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" from Washington to discuss how Republicans' latest plan to replace Obamacare differs from the party's previous efforts and why the bill doesn't seem to have the support it needs.
CBS News medical contributor Dr. Tara Narula joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss a new report that offers guidance on the potential health issues surrounding body modifications like tattoos, a telling survey on the over-treatment of patients and a new patch that could help diabetics accurately measure glucose levels after exercise.
Find out what it took to break the iPhone 8 and which side broke first.
Tuesday's deadly earthquake in Mexico killed at least 295 people, but the death toll could have been higher without the country's warning system. While other nations have implemented similar systems, so far the U.S. has not - at least not fully. Atlantic senior editor Derek Thompson joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss how the early warnings work and why the U.S. has yet to adopt the technology.
A man was shot and killed by a police officer outside a convenience store in Huntington Beach, California, on Friday morning. The violent confrontation was captured on a cell phone camera and then shared on social media. This video contains graphic content. Lee Cowan reports.
Emergency crews are racing to evacuate tens of thousands of people who live downstream from a failing dam in northwest Puerto Rico. The reservoir behind the dam is swelling from heavy rain left by Hurricane Maria as Puerto Rico continues to struggle with widespread power outages. David Begnaud reports.
Senate Republicans are in a rush to pass a bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act by the end of September. Sen. John McCain has once again rejected the GOP plan and now Republicans can't afford to lose another vote. Paula Reid reports.
National political reporter for Bloomberg News, Sahil Kapur, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss why North Korea probably won't ever give up their nuclear weapons, President Trump's United Nations address earlier this week and why many lawmakers have issues with the GOP's latest health care plan.
The GOP's latest plan is just one vote away from failing after Sen. John McCain comes out against it. Also, emergency evacuations in Puerto Rico after a dam hit by Hurricane Maria begins failing. 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.
The new gray design is all business, but loses the fun, multicolored lights.
Apple's switch to self-designed GPUs in the newest iPhones forced UK chipmaker Imagination Technologies to put itself on the block.
YouTube's "Creators for Change" program finally debuted tonight at the Tribeca TV Festival.
With the 90 day expiration approaching, the Trump administration is introducing new rules for its controversial travel ban. White House and senior foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan joins CBSN to discuss the expected changes.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has withdrawn Obama-era guidelines intended to better protect victims of sexual misconduct on college campuses. Politico Pro education reporter Caitlin Emma explains what the changes mean.
Is the Apple Watch that bad? Did Apple do enough with the Apple TV 4K? Are the new iPhone 8 and 8 Plus boring? We take a deep dive into Apple's latest product line with the man who reviewed them for CNET, Scott Stein.
Nintendo adds two-step verification for Nintendo Accounts through the Google Authenticator app.
President Donald Trump discusses his tax reform plan during a campaign rally for Luther Strange, one of the GOP candidates for the Alabama special election.
President Donald Trump discusses North Korea’s nuclear provocations during a rally in Alabama where he was campaigning for Luther Strange in the state’s special Senate election.
President Donald Trump criticized Hillary Clinton for her stance on the second amendment during a rally in Alabama where he was campaigning on behalf of Luther Strange in the state’s special Senate election.
New Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi sent out an internal email following the company's loss of taxi license in London.
An exclusive look behind the scenes of Ken Block's run up Pikes Peak.
FBN’s Charles Payne on the global economy and what stocks investors should watch out for.
The ride-hailing giant may be driven out of one of its biggest overseas markets, crimping growth and adding another hurdle to its operations
What's said to be the largest study ever on the benefits of exercise was published this week. Researchers tracked the physical activity of 130,000 people in 17 countries. Dr. Jon LaPook has the results.
Uber is being driven off the streets of London. Transportation officials said today they will not renew the ride-hailing company's license to operate in the city. Uber has 21 days to repeal. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
The Supreme Court will take up the constitutionality of President Trump's ban on citizens from six Muslim-majority countries next month. The ban is set to expire this Sunday, and the president is working on a replacement. Margaret Brennan reports.
Puerto Rico is an island in crisis. More than two days after Hurricane Maria hit, the power is out, roads are blocked, cell phone towers are down, streets are flooded and now a dam may be failing. Officials are scrambling to evacuate 70,000 people downstream. David Begnaud reports.
A California family is trying desperately to bring a relative to the United States from Vietnam for a life-saving transplant. But they're being tangled up in red tape. Carter Evans has more.
Three days after a devastating earthquake shook Mexico City, the death toll continues to climb. Nearly 300 people are dead. But some feared lost are still being pulled alive from the rubble. Manuel Bojorquez has one survivor's story.
The latest version of Fujifilm's fixed-lens APS-C compact is faster with a better design and photo quality than any of its predecessors.
Away's suitcase is disrupting the travel gear space.
The FTC claims that the developer of the Pact app charged customers who canceled or met goals.
A leak has revealed Lenovo might announce a retro-looking ThinkPad in honor of the line's 25th anniversary next month.
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Tesla is considering adding convenience stores to its charging stations so folks can wait comfortably while their EVs juice up.
Ryan Seacrest weighs in on Mariah Carey's New Years Eve performance in Times Square and defends his production team. In other news, Selena Gomez's best friend who donated her kidney posts a video on her Instagram. ET Online reporter Denny Director has more.
Colin Cowherd, Jason Whitlock, Eric Dickerson and Dave Wannstedt talk Rams and the NFC West.
Customers in areas with no other providers can switch to limited data plans with Verizon.
Want to see who's in your yard? The $349 Nest Cam IQ Outdoor can tell you.
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich (R-GA) on North Korea’s hydrogen bomb test threat over the Pacific Ocean.
And not just yours: Find out if a dog came to your door with Nest's new video doorbell.
Target is expanding Restock to places like Chicago, Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco.
This is in addition to the $1.3 billion it already invested for SUVs made at the US facility.
Lawyers for Aaron Hernandez say he suffered from "severe" CTE brain damage. And after a young fan was injured by a foul ball at Yankee stadium, a number of MLB teams will extend their netting. However, the New York Yankees are not one of them. CBS Sports' Bill Reiter, the host of "Reiter Than You," joins CBSN with more.
The back class doesn't qualify for screen repair costs, it's subject to 'other damage' fees instead.
HTC is wooing Vive developers and arcade operators with new incentives.
Jason McIntyre comments on Kevin Durant fessing up, and where Carmelo Anthony will land.
Nest wants to secure your home with sensors that detect doors opening, NFC tags to arm or disarm the system and a keypad base.
The robot implanted two 3D-printed teeth all by itself.
President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un are trading personal insults, with Kim saying he will "tame the mentally ill deranged president" and Mr. Trump calling Kim a "madman." Anthony Ruggiero, senior fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, joins CBSN to discuss.