Getty Images staff photographer Chip Somodevilla talks about some of his favorite photos taken during the first term of the Obama administration.
For many Americans the holiday season is about staying home with family, but others use the opportunity to travel. CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg reports on destinations that provide holiday cheer.
Saturday, Dec. 14, 2013, marks the one-year anniversary since the Sandy Hook School shooting in Newtown, Conn., and the community has decided against a public commemoration. Anthony Mason reports. For information on the families and how to donate to charities visit www.mysandyhookfamily.org.
In 2014 the youngest baby boomers, born in 1964, will turn 50-years-old. AARP Magazine marks the occasion by examining how the generation shaped America. Magazine contributor P.J. O'Rourke joins "CBS This Morning Saturday."
Nelson Mandela's remains begin their journey back to his home village for burial. Allen Pizzey reports from Qunu, South Africa.
A spacewalk may be ordered to fix the International Space Station's cooling system. Jeffrey Kluger, editor-at-large at Time Magazine has more on this and other goings on in space.
Children everywhere eagerly await that Christmas morning visit from Santa Claus, but a few lucky kids already got to meet him during a magical trip to the North Pole. Brandon Scott reports.
Prince Harry and a group of Wounded Warriors celebrate their 200-mile trek across Antarctica. Charlie D'Agata reports on the charity's race to the South Pole.
Terry Loewen is in federal custody accused of plotting to bomb the Wichita, Kan. airport. Jeff Pegues reports.
Doctors Jon Lapook and Holly Phillips discuss the major medical stories of the week including the FDA's attempt to curb antibiotic use in cattle, pigs and chicken on "CBS This Morning: Saturday."
Secretary of State John Kerry makes his first trip to Vietnam since becoming Secretary of State. Vinita Nair reports.
"CBS This Morning" takes a look at some of the day's headlines from around the globe.
Jazz artist Gregory Porter performs "No Love Dying". The song is featured on his Grammy-nominated album "Liquid Spirit."
Even though he's only been on the scene for five years, critics already are comparing Gregory Porter to Marvin Gaye and Lou Rawls. Porter joins "CBS This Morning Saturday" to perform "Hey Laura."
Newly released video shows the final moments of 19 firefighters who died in an Arizona wildfire last summer. The material reveals an out-of-control fire and the firefighters' growing desperation. John Blackstone reports.
New details about a missing former CIA contractor who vanished in Iran six-and-a-half years ago, reportedly while on an unsanctioned spy mission. CBS News senior correspondent and former FBI assistant director John Miller provides insight.