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Saturday Sessions: Allman Betts Band performs "Midnight Rider"

Devon Allman, son of Allman Brothers frontman Greg Allman, paired up with sons of other founding Allman Brothers members to make the Allman Betts Band just three years ago. Following their acclaimed debut "Down to the River,” the band is now set to release their second album “Bless Your Heart” on August 28. They join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform "Midnight Rider." Details...

Saturday Sessions: Allman Betts Band performs "Pale Horse Rider"

Devon Allman, son of Allman Brothers frontman Greg Allman, paired up with sons of other founding Allman Brothers members to make the Allman Betts Band just three years ago. Following their acclaimed debut "Down to the River,” the band is now set to release their second album “Bless Your Heart” on August 28. They join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform "Pale Horse Rider." Details...

Saturday Sessions: Allman Betts Band performs "Magnolia Road"

Devon Allman, son of Allman Brothers frontman Greg Allman, paired up with sons of other founding Allman Brothers members to make the Allman Betts Band just three years ago. Following their acclaimed debut "Down to the River,” the band is now set to release their second album “Bless Your Heart” on August 28. They join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform "Magnolia Road." Details...

Startup fights absenteeism in remote learning

Schools and educators across the nation have been under enormous pressure to continue teaching amid the coronavirus pandemic. According to an Education Week research survey, 42% of teachers in May said student engagement was much lower than before the pandemic. CBSN producer Jean Song spoke with Joanna Smith, the CEO of Boston educational technology company AllHere, which is using artificial intelligence to improve engagement. Details...

Pandemia: Latinos in Crisis

These are the stories of disparity, inequity and leadership in the Latino community amid the coronavirus pandemic. Maria Elena Salinas hosts "Pandemia: Latinos in Crisis," a CBS News special. Details...

Saturday Sessions: Rufus Wainwright performs “Devils And Angels (Hatred)”

Canadian-American artist Rufus Wainwright has written and performed on nine albums, and his career has been nothing if not eclectic. Released just this month, “Unfollow the Rules” is the singer-songwriter’s first pop music album in eight years. He joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “Devils And Angels (Hatred).” Details...

Saturday Sessions: Rufus Wainwright performs “Unfollow The Rules”

Canadian-American artist Rufus Wainwright has written and performed on nine albums, and his career has been nothing if not eclectic. Released just this month, “Unfollow the Rules” is the singer-songwriter’s first pop music album in eight years. He joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “Unfollow The Rules.” Details...

Saturday Sessions: Rufus Wainwright performs “Damsel In Distress”

Canadian-American artist Rufus Wainwright has written and performed on nine albums, and his career has been nothing if not eclectic. Released just this month, “Unfollow the Rules” is the singer-songwriter’s first pop music album in eight years. He joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “Damsel In Distress,” written as a homage to Joni Mitchell. Details...

In times of crisis, Latinos look for the (celebrity) helpers

Eva Longoria, Wilmer Valderrama and José Andrés join CBS News' Adriana Diaz to discuss the ways they have helped others during this difficult time. They also provide us with key information on how the Latinx community can get through the COVID-19 pandemic. Maria Elena Salinas hosts “Pandemia: Latinos in Crisis,” a CBS News special. Details...

Inequities and risks Latinos face as frontline workers in the pandemic

Since the beginning of the coronavirus crisis, Latinos and Latinas have been essential workers on the front lines, doing jobs that can't be done through Zoom meetings from the comfort of home. They are keeping the economy going while risking their lives. Maria Elena Salinas hosts “Pandemia: Latinos in Crisis,” a CBS News special. Details...

New York politician turns public office into food pantry and diaper supply

The pain and concern of Latinos and Latinas nationwide is being felt in Washington, D.C., where Florida Senator Marco Rubio co-authored the Paycheck Protection Program, which aims to help keep people employed. There are also local politicians like New York State Assemblywoman Catalina Cruz, who's filling the gaps and getting creative to meet the needs of her constituents in Queens. Maria Elena Salinas hosts “Pandemia: Latinos in Crisis,” a CBS News special. Details...

Pandemic's impact on undocumented farm workers in the U.S. could hit global economy

Undocumented immigrant farm workers in the United States are feeling the impact of this pandemic and they do not qualify for much help from our government. The group Doctors Without Borders recently joined efforts in Immokalee, Florida, to help provide crucial medical help. An outbreak among these workers would affect the economics of not just our food supply chain, but of many families in Latin America who rely on their wages. Maria Elena Salinas hosts “Pandemia: Latinos in Crisis,” a CBS News special. Details...

Tax Day tips: Filing extensions and planning ahead

The Treasury Department extended the tax filing deadline to July 15 this year in response to the coronavirus pandemic. But for more than 142 million taxpayers who have already filed, this may also be a good time to start planning for 2020 taxes. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins CBSN to offer her tips for Tax Day and beyond. Details...

99-year-old WWII veteran vows to walk 100 kilometers by 100th birthday

A 99-year-old World War II veteran named Captain Tom Moore set out to walk 100 laps by his 100th birthday, raising millions for the U.K. health care system. Captain Tom's story resonated with many - including a 99-year-old from Denver, who also vowed to walk for a good cause. Ray Burns, known as "Papa Ray," ended up reaching his walking goal much sooner than expected. CBSN's Caitlin O'Kane reports. Details...

Saturday Sessions: Ashley McBryde performs “One Night Standards”

Arkansas native Ashley McBryde said she learned how to sing in a biker bar, and that authenticity has never worn off. Her major label debut earned her three Grammy nominations and got her named “New Artist of the Year” at the CMA Awards. McBryde’s latest collection, “Never Will,” came out in April. She joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “One Night Standards” Details...

Saturday Sessions: Ashley McBryde performs “Sparrow”

Arkansas native Ashley McBryde said she learned how to sing in a biker bar, and that authenticity has never worn off. Her major label debut earned her three Grammy nominations and got her named “New Artist of the Year” at the CMA Awards. McBryde’s latest collection, “Never Will,” came out in April. She joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “Sparrow” Details...

Saturday Sessions: Ashley McBryde performs “Hang In There Girl”

Arkansas native Ashley McBryde said she learned how to sing in a biker bar, and that authenticity has never worn off. Her major label debut earned her three Grammy nominations and got her named “New Artist of the Year” at the CMA Awards. McBryde’s latest collection, “Never Will,” came out in April. She joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “Hang In There Girl” Details...

Biden unveils economic recovery plan as Trump signs Hispanic prosperity initiative

As the Labor Department released new unemployment numbers, a Monmouth University poll reveals a sharp shift in views on race along party lines. CBS News 2020 campaign reporter Nicole Sganga joins Elaine Quijano on CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss the latest on the campaign trail and the future of the president's rallies. Details...

House holds hearing on Russian bounty intelligence reports

Defense Secretary Mark Esper testified before the House Foreign Affairs Committee to discuss intelligence reports alleging Russia may have paid the Taliban to kill U.S. troops. John Gans, the director of communications and research for the University of Pennsylvania's Perry World House global policy center, and former chief speechwriter for Secretary of Defense Ash Carter, joins "Red and Blue" with key takeaways from the testimony. Details...

Journy navigates the new world of travel and hospitality

Peak travel season is upon us, but the number of travelers has plummeted due to the coronavirus pandemic. Susan Ho, founder and CEO of travel concierge service Journy, spoke to CBSN about how her company has been navigating the new reality in travel and hospitality. Details...

Filing your taxes? Here are some last-minute tips

CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joined "CBS This Morning" with last-minute advice on filling your 2019 taxes. Details...

Saturday Sessions: Aloe Blacc performs “I Do”

Grammy-nominated artist Aloe Blacc has been creating music for the past 25 years. The California native rose to fame in the early 2000s in Europe before climbing the charts in the U.S. He has released three solo studio albums, with his fourth, “All Love Everything,” set to come out in the fall. He joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “I Do.” Details...

Saturday Sessions: Aloe Blacc performs Bob Dylan’s “Blowin’ in the Wind”

Grammy-nominated artist Aloe Blacc has been creating music for the past 25 years. The California native rose to fame in the early 2000s in Europe before climbing the charts in the U.S. He has released three solo studio albums, with his fourth, “All Love Everything,” set to come out in the fall. He joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform his take on Bob Dylan’s “Blowin’ in the Wind.” Details...

Saturday Sessions: Aloe Blacc performs “My Way”

Grammy-nominated artist Aloe Blacc has been creating music for the past 25 years. The California native rose to fame in the early 2000s in Europe before climbing the charts in the U.S. He has released three solo studio albums, with his fourth, “All Love Everything,” set to come out in the fall. He joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “My Way.” Details...

Pending home sales surge a record 44.3% in May: Could it be a sign of economic recovery?

The nation’s pending home sales jumped a record 44.3% in May, according to the National Association of Realtors. It’s the highest one-month gain in the history of the index, which began in January 2001. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins “CBS This Morning” to explain how the pandemic is impacting the housing market and why home prices remain high despite record-low mortgage rates. Details...

Saturday Sessions: The Jayhawks perform “This Forgotten Town”

The Jayhawks are releasing a new studio album, “XOXO,” on July 10. The collection will be more collaborative than ever, featuring songs and lead vocals by each of the four bandmates. They join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” from Saint Paul, Minnesota to perform “This Forgotten Town.” Details...

Saturday Sessions: The Jayhawks perform “Gonna be a Darkness”

The Jayhawks are releasing a new studio album, “XOXO,” on July 10. The collection will be more collaborative than ever, featuring songs and lead vocals by each of the four bandmates. They join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” from Saint Paul, Minnesota to perform “Gonna be a Darkness.” Details...

Saturday Sessions: The Jayhawks perform “Living in a Bubble”

The Jayhawks are releasing a new studio album, “XOXO,” on July 10. The collection will be more collaborative than ever, featuring songs and lead vocals by each of the four bandmates. They join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” from Saint Paul, Minnesota to perform “Living in a Bubble.” Details...

MahoganyBooks owners urge readers to go "beyond the book" as activism grows

When MahoganyBooks made the jump from online to brick-and-mortar in 2017, it became the first bookstore in more than 20 years to serve the Anacostia community, a historically black neighborhood in Washington, D.C. Owners Ramunda and Derrick Young, whose mission since 2007 has been to provide access to black literature, spoke with CBSN about the latest movement to support black-owned businesses. Details...

Saturday Sessions: Hiatts perform “Walking Proof”

Nine-time grammy nominee John Hiatt has released more than 20 studio albums. His songs have been covered by such artists as Bob Dylan, BB King, and Bonnie Raitt. His daughter Lilly has gone on to record four albums of her own. Together, they join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform a special Father’s Day duet of the title track from Lilly's new album "Walking Proof." Details...

Saturday Sessions: John and Lilly Hiatt perform “Through Your Hands”

Nine-time Grammy nominee John Hiatt has released more than 20 studio albums. His songs have been covered by such artists as Bob Dylan, B.B. King, and Bonnie Raitt. His daughter Lilly has gone on to record four albums of her own. Together, they join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform a special Father’s Day duet of “Through Your Hands.” Details...

Adults with autism find fulfilling jobs through New York City program

These two men with autism once struggled to find jobs. Now, they've found roles that are perfect for their interests through Birch Family Services' New Frontier employment program. Details...

CBS News Special: "Justice for All"

As protests continue to grip the nation following the death of George Floyd, "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King anchors "Justice for All," a one-hour primetime special that explores how this tragic confrontation ignited a movement demanding an end to the painful history of systemic racism and brutality in police departments across the country. Correction: Robin DiAngelo is an Affiliate Associate Professor at the University of Washington in Seattle. Please note: This is a revised version of the program that aired on 6/9/20. Details...

Saturday Sessions: Margo Price performs "Letting Me Down"

Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Margo Price was set to release her latest album, “That’s How Rumors Get Started,” when the coronavirus pandemic hit. The Nashville artist, whose last album has been hailed as one of the best of the decade, has postponed the release until July 10. She joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “Letting Me Down.” Details...

Forty Acres Fresh Market fights "food apartheid" in Chicago

Inequality in America impacts every aspect of life including food access. Forty Acres Fresh Market owner Liz Abunaw, whose business is fighting against "food apartheid" in Chicago, tells CBSN why the recent protests across the nation come as no surprise. Details...

Saturday Sessions: Margo Price performs "Drifter"

Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Margo Price was set to release her latest album, “That’s How Rumors Get Started,” when the coronavirus pandemic hit. The Nashville artist, whose last album has been hailed as one of the best of the decade, has postponed the release until July 10. She joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “Drifter.” Details...

How therapy startup Real is revamping mental health care

U.S. Census Bureau data shows about a third of Americans are experiencing symptoms of anxiety or depression amid the coronavirus pandemic. A new membership-based therapy startup for women called Real is helping address those mental health needs. But first, they had to quickly pivot when their own launch plans in New York were set back by COVID-19. Details...

CBS News Democratic debate in Charleston, South Carolina: Watch in full

Seven Democratic candidates for president took the stage in Charleston, South Carolina, in a debate hosted by CBS News. Watch the debate in its entirety here. Details...

Democratic candidates reflect on debate performance in visit to CBS News spin room

Six Democratic candidates for president join CBS News in the spin room to review their debate performance in Charleston, South Carolina. Details...

Bravery and Hope: 7 Days on the Front Line

A team of CBS News journalists embedded with emergency physicians and critical care specialists at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx at the height of the coronavirus pandemic. Details...

CBS News Special: Super Tuesday: High Stakes

Today, voters in 14 states went to the polls to select their presidential pick. There are 1,357 pledged delegates up for grabs — the most to be determined on a single day in the 2020 primary cycle. Details...

Congress addresses crisis of missing and murdered Native American women

Bipartisan lawmakers in Congress have introduced bills to address the crisis of missing and murdered Native American women. CBS News reporter Grace Segers joins CBSN from Washington with more. Details...

39 Days: A CBS News documentary

In the wake of the Parkland, Florida, school shooting, CBS News embeds with survivors and a grieving parent as they turn anguish into action. Details...

Saturday Sessions: Mt. Joy performs “Death”

Mt. Joy founding members Matt Quinn and Sam Cooper knew each other as Philadelphia high school students, meeting up years later in Los Angeles to form the band. Their first hit, “Astrovan,” took off on Spotify before another song, “Silver Lining,” took the top spot on Billboard’s Adult Alternative Chart. They released their second album, “Rearrange Us,” in June. Mt. Joy joined “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “Death.” Details...

Saturday Sessions: Mt. Joy performs “My Vibe”

Mt. Joy founding members Matt Quinn and Sam Cooper knew each other as Philadelphia high school students, meeting up years later in Los Angeles to form the band. Their first hit, “Astrovan,” took off on Spotify before another song, “Silver Lining,” took the top spot on Billboard’s Adult Alternative Chart. They released their second album, “Rearrange Us,” in June. Mt. Joy joined “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “My Vibe.” Details...

Saturday Sessions: Mt. Joy performs “Strangers"

Mt. Joy founding members Matt Quinn and Sam Cooper knew each other as Philadelphia high school students, meeting up years later in Los Angeles to form the band. Their first hit, “Astrovan,” took off on Spotify before another song, “Silver Lining,” took the top spot on Billboard’s Adult Alternative Chart. They released their second album, “Rearrange Us,” in June. Mt. Joy joined “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “Strangers.” Details...

Kindness 101 with Steve Hartman: Compassion

Steve Hartman and his kids teach a lesson about compassion. Details...

Saturday Sessions: The Lone Bellow performs "Count on Me"

Zach Williams' friends urged him to turn his journal entries into song lyrics. Now, with bandmates Kanene Pipkin and Brian Elmquist, they make up The Lone Bellow — a widely-acclaimed group whose albums have often landed on best-of-the-year lists. They released their fourth collection, “Half Moon Light,” in February. They joined “CBS This Morning’s” Saturday Sessions from their homes in Nashville to perform “Count on Me.” Details...

Saturday Sessions: The Lone Bellow performs "August"

Zach Williams' friends urged him to turn his journal entries into song lyrics. Now, with bandmates Kanene Pipkin and Brian Elmquist, they make up The Lone Bellow — a widely-acclaimed group whose albums have often landed on best-of-the-year lists. They released their fourth collection, “Half Moon Light,” in February. They joined “CBS This Morning’s” Saturday Sessions from their homes in Nashville to perform “August.” Details...

Saturday Sessions: Watkins Family Hour performs "Just Another Reason"

Brother and sister Sara and Sean Watkins first gained acclaim for their Grammy-winning band, Nickel Creek. In 2015, they made their first Watkins Family Hour record with collaborators including Fiona Apple and Belmont Tench. Since the pandemic has put their tour on hold, they have been hosting a series of livestream concerts, featuring famous friends like Taylor Goldsmith, Mandy Moore and John C. Reilly. Watkins Family Hour joins "CBS This Morning's" Saturday Sessions from Southern California to perform "Just Another Reason." Details...



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