Sunday, 15 September 2019
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The Dish: Chef Victoria Blamey shares her signature recipes

Added: 07.09.2019 15:15 | 1 views | 0 comments

Born in Santiago, Chile, Victoria Blamey was a college student studying history when she changed her plans and went off to cooking school. That led to jobs in Britain, Australia, Spain, and New York, where she won acclaim for reviving Chumley's, a historic 1920's speakeasy. That led to her brand-new position at one of the city's most prestigious restaurants. This summer, she took over as executive chef at Gotham Bar & Grill, becoming only the second chef in the venue's 35-year history. Blamey joins "CBS This Morning Saturday" to share a few of her signature recipes.

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CDC warns consumers to stop smoking e-cigarettes after lung illnesses rise

Added: 07.09.2019 14:31 | 0 views | 0 comments

The Centers for Disease Control is warning people to stop using e-cigarettes, after the number of possible cases of vaping-related lung illnesses has more than doubled in a month. Currently, there are more than 450 possible cases in 33 states, and health officials say at least five deaths are likely linked to vaping. Dr. Jon LaPook joins “CBS This Morning Saturday” to discuss the cases.

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Saturday Sessions: J.S. Ondara performs "Lebanon"

Added: 07.09.2019 14:03 | 1 views | 0 comments

As a teenager in Kenya, J.S. Ondara fell in love with American folk music, memorizing parts of Bob Dylan's catalog. By 20, he'd gotten a green card, moved to Dylan's native state of Minnesota, and launched a music career, soon opening for artists like Lindsey Buckingham and Neil Young. Earlier this year Ondara released his debut album, "Tales of America." A deluxe version comes out later this month. J.S. Ondara joins “CBS This Morning Saturday” to make his national television debut.

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Latest on mass shooting in Texas

Added: 01.09.2019 17:07 | 3 views | 0 comments

CBS This Morning Lead National Correspondent David Begnaud is in Odessa, Texas this morning where a shooting rampage last night left multiple people dead and more than 20 injured.

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"The Warehouse" author on how his sci-fi dystopia isn't too different from reality

Added: 31.08.2019 14:00 | 3 views | 0 comments

The new sci-fi novel "The Warehouse" weaves a tale of a workplace so bent on making profits that workers are slowly transformed into modern-day slaves. “CBS This Morning Saturday” met up with author Rob Hart to hear about his dystopian vision of the future – a vision that my be frighteningly familiar.

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“We’re heading towards hell”: Expert shares concerns with autonomous vehicles

Added: 31.08.2019 13:41 | 1 views | 0 comments

The race to create the self-driving car continues at a feverish pace, with major players pumping billions into the effort. The intense pursuit may have led to corporate espionage: this week, former Uber engineer Anthony Levandowski was charged with 33 counts of trade-secret theft and accused of bringing key data from Google to rival Uber. Kevin Delaney, editor-in-chief and co-CEO of Quartz, joins “CBS This Morning Saturday” to discuss the future of autonomous vehicles.

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How ethical is America's heath care system?

Added: 24.08.2019 14:37 | 5 views | 0 comments

From stem cell therapies to editing our genes, we've seen no shortage of medical breakthroughs in recent years. But these developments also raise ethical issues. That’s especially true when it comes to policy decisions about the kind of care people get and how precious resources are allocated. That’s the subject of the new book, "Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven but Nobody Wants to Die: Bioethics and the Transformation of Health Care in America." The book’s authors, Dr. Amy Gutmann and Dr. Jonathan Moreno, join “CBS This Morning Saturday” to discuss the ethics of the modern American health care system.

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The fall movies worth watching

Added: 24.08.2019 14:19 | 5 views | 0 comments

Owen Gleiberman, chief film critic for Variety magazine, joins “CBS This Morning Saturday” to discuss the movies worth watching this fall. That includes "IT Chapter Two," "Downton Abbey," and "Ad Astra."

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Why the Amazon could be at risk of “collapsing”

Added: 24.08.2019 13:51 | 10 views | 0 comments

French President Emmanuel Macron wants the wildfires in the Amazon rainforest to be on the agenda at this weekend’s G-7 summit. In Brazil, President Jair Bolsonaro has authorized the military to join the fight, and forces will begin deploying on Saturday. Deforestation has increased since Bolsonaro took office last year, and he previously described the rainforest protection as an obstacle to his country’s economic development. Naturalist Paul Rosalie wrote about his experiences in the jungle in his 2014 book, “Mother of God.” Rosalie joins “CBS This Morning Saturday” to talk about the fires.

Why Trump may be in a "very sour mood" ahead of G-7 talks

Added: 24.08.2019 13:04 | 7 views | 0 comments

Melanie Zanona of Politico joins "CBS This Morning Saturday" to discuss the upcoming G-7 summit, and why the trade war with China and the threat of a recession may put Trump in a "very sour mood." Zanona also talks Democratic 2020 candidate Joe Biden, and his decision to ask voters to think about what would have happened if former president Barack Obama had been assasinated.

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