November 26th @ 7:12 PM GMT
CBS News Over the next few weeks, Hollywood studios will deliver a wide range of films aimed at Oscar voters and other movie and media professionals. Fandango managing editor Erik Davis joins ''CBS This Morning: Saturday'' to share this year's top contenders. (U.S. News)
November 26th @ 1:08 PM GMT
Yahoo! Jonny Bairstow said England had a ''scrappy'' opening day after his half-century remained the only bright spot for the visitors who faltered against a persistent Indian bowling attack in Mohali on Saturday. Bairstow hit a gritty 89 to salvage some pride for England's batting after they were reduced to 87 for four in the morning session following their decision to bat first. Indian bowlers put up a combined effort as Umesh Yadav, Jayant Yadav and Ravindra Jadeja claimed two wickets each. (Top Stories)
November 28th @ 7:31 PM GMT
CBS News People are gathering across Cuba to remember former dictator Fidel Castro who died on Friday. CBS News spoke with the Cuban leader on several occasions during his time in power. When Castro appeared on ''Face the Nation'' in 1959, 200 armed men joined him in the Havana studio. Charlie Rose joins ''CBS This Morning'' from Havana to discuss his impression of Castro and the future of Cuba. (U.S. News)
August 30th @ 12:03 AM GMT
E! Online The singing superstar took care of her civic obligation in Nashville this morning when she arrived at the criminal courthouse in (Entertainment)
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November 28th @ 7:39 PM GMT
CBS News Terrorists in Belgium killed 32 people in March through attacks at Brussels Airport and a train station. Former professional basketball player Sebastien Bellin was among the wounded at the airport. He was on his way home to his wife and two young daughters in Michigan. CBS News' Vladimir Duthiers followed Bellin's story over the past eight months. Bellin joins ''CBS This Morning'' to discuss how he's moving on in his recovery journey. (U.S. News)
August 30th @ 1:43 AM GMT
E! Online Alberto ''Juan Gabriel'' Aguilera Valadez died Sunday morning of natural causes at his home in Santa Monica, (Entertainment)
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November 28th @ 7:49 PM GMT
CBS News Seat belts are meant to protect us in car crashes, but for some drivers, they can be harmful. Drivers 85 years and older are nine times more likely per mile driven to be hurt in a crash. Chest injuries are most common and they're linked to the seat belt. Only on ''CBS This Morning,'' Kris Van Cleave takes a look at how researchers are learning why one-sized seat belts don't fit all. (U.S. News)
November 28th @ 5:33 PM GMT
CBS News Mark Leibovich, New York Times Magazine's chief national correspondent and a CBS News political contributor, joins ''CBS This Morning'' from Washington to discuss why President-elect Donald Trump's inner circle is publicly fighting over Mitt Romney as potential pick for secretary of state. He also discusses voting recount efforts in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan. (Politics)
November 28th @ 8:03 PM GMT
CBS News National Geographic's ''Mars'' miniseries is part documentary and part science fiction. It features interviews with people working on making travel to Mars a reality. Musician and actress Jihae, who plays a set of twins in the series, and former NASA astronaut John Grunsfeld join ''CBS This Morning'' to discuss the series. (Entertainment)
November 25th @ 5:31 PM GMT
Reuters Crowds were thin at U.S. malls and stores on Black Friday morning, formerly the traditional start of the holiday shopping season, with stores opening earlier and online sales expected to take the biggest share of gains in retail sales over last year. (Business)
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