Craig welcomes actress Nikki Reed and author Peter May. (TV-14 D, L)
Lauren Astley was a popular teen; her ex-boyfriend, Nathaniel Fujita, a football star. Their breakup was intense - and she's dead. "48 Hours" correspondent Tracy Smith investigates.
Jamie and Roy are on opposite sides of the biggest courtroom battle of their careers when Lee Anne's sexual harassment case against the Charleston Police Department finally goes to trial and a verdict is rendered. Meanwhile, Jamie and Roy decide whether or not they are ready to take the next step in their relationship. (TV-14 L, S)
Jamie and Roy are on opposite sides of the biggest courtroom battle of their careers when Lee Anne's sexual harassment case against the Charleston Police Department finally goes to trial and a verdict is rendered. Meanwhile, Jamie and Roy decide whether or not they are ready to take the next step in their relationship. (TV-14 L, S, V)
For the third time in less than a month, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, also known as ISIS, released a video purporting to show the
execution of a hostage. The video allegedly showing the execution of David Haines, a British aid worker, was posted on social media today; and, at first it seemed unthinkable, South Africa's golden boy - the athletic superstar who had turned disadvantage into advantage - would be on trial for murder. But as Debora Patta explains, the Pistorius story resonates with the fear of violent crime across South Africa.
The Secret Service enlists Carrie and Al's help when a murder investigation leads them to uncover a counterfeiting ring run by an assassin. Boris Kodjoe guest stars. (TV-14 D, L, V)
When a detective from Danny's precinct is killed while working undercover, Frank puts on a full-court press to find his killer, only to discover that the deceased had a big secret. Meanwhile, Jamie and Eddie help Nicky track down a former classmate who is living on the streets. (TV-14 D, L, V)
Carrie and Al delve into the murky waters of office politics and government scandals when a reporter who broke a salacious story about the director of the NSA is found murdered. Meanwhile, Agent Simms returns to assist Carrie, and Al reconnects with an old girlfriend who may be able to help on the case. (TV-14 L, V)
Carrie and Al must uncover the pieces of a championship boxer's past to figure out who was able to beat him to death without any indication that he defended himself or fought back. (TV-14 D, L, V)
McGarrett and Grover must work together to protect national security after they are tasked by the Governor to serve a warrant to a young computer hacker. Nick Jonas guest stars. (TV-14 L, V)
Boston Public Health Commission Executive Director Barbara Ferrer talks about what parents need to know about teen dating abuse, the impact of social media, and the importance of healthy dating relationships.
A Weight Watchers executive is murdered by her Wall Street lawyer boyfriend. Did his mother’s neglect 30 years ago push him to kill? Troy Roberts investigates Saturday, Sept. 20 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
Investors will watch to see if strong retail sales and consumer sentiment numbers will spark a change in the Fed's monetary policy. Also, two Mark Rothko paintings could fetch up to tens of millions together at auction this fall. Karina Mitchell reports on the day's top MoneyWatch headlines.
Doctors Jon LaPook and Holly Phillips join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the week's top medical news, including new developments in treating childhood autism and a rare respiratory illness spreading among children.
A new study warns that California could be facing a 30-year megadrought, posing "unprecedented challenges" to water resources. Brandon Scott reports from one town where water is already in dangerously short supply.
A double whammy of energized particles from the sun cause light shows in the skies above, while threatening damages on the ground. Teri Okita reports.
Nathaniel's uncle, George Mattingly, defense attorney William Sullivan, and psychiatrist Dr. Wade Meyers talk about Nate's diagnosis and the changes in the 18-year-old football player's behavior after his breakup with Lauren Astley.
CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman discusses the legal battle over the now-heralded body of work.
At first it seemed unthinkable, South Africa's golden boy - the athletic superstar who had turned disadvantage into advantage - would
be on trial for murder. But as Debora Patta explains, the Pistorius story resonates with the fear of violent crime across South Africa.
President Obama's war plan against ISIS now includes deploying an additional 475 U.S. military advisers to Iraq, bringing the total number there to more than 1,600. But the CIA says ISIS is growing too. Julianna Goldman reports.
Time Magazine editor-at-large Jeffrey Kluger joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his new book "The Narcissist Next Door."
Roy is angry that his jury may have been tampered with by the Chief Of Police.
Adam Zucker, Gus Malzahn, Spencer Tillman and Brian Jones discuss domestic violence in college football and if coaches should have a zero tolerance policy.
Wounded veterans from around the world are taking part in the final events of the Invictus Games in London, a tournament established for the first time this year by Britain's Prince Harry. Charlie D’Agata reports.
Malcolm Astley and Mary Dunne share memories of their only daughter, Lauren - who was murdered by her ex-boyfriend in a case of breakup violence.
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