Eighty years ago, 400 Americans took part in the 1936 Olympiad in Berlin. But it was a group of nine rowers from the Pacific Northwest that took the nation by storm. A new PBS documentary -- inspired by the bestselling book, "The Boys in the Boat" -- tells the tale of the incredible University of Washington team that triumphed against all odds in Nazi Germany. The American Experience special, "The Boys of '36," airs Tuesday on PBS. Director and producer Margaret Grossi joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the film.
Clinton and Kaine are back on the campaign trail after the Democratic National Convention. The pair is expected to focus on the economy in battleground states Pennsylvania and Ohio, particularly Clinton's pledge to make the largest job-creating investment since World War II within her first 100 days in office.
It's been over a year since Steve Hartman helped his dad pack up move out of the family home for good. Now, his father George is in a senior living home in Atlanta, where Steve recently visited -- "On the Road."
Pope Francis visited the Nazi death camp in Auschwitz, Poland on Friday. He wrote in the memorial's guest book, in Spanish, "Lord, have mercy on your people. Lord, forgive us such cruelty." Seth Doane reports.
As the Democratic presidential ticket took a moment to celebrate a historic night in Philadelphia, Republican nominee Donald Trump went on the offensive. He unleashed a flurry of attacks on Hillary Clinton and former NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg. Major Garrett reports.
One of the most striking speeches at the Democratic Convention was delivered by Khizr Khan, a Muslim immigrant from Pakistan. Khan's son, U.S. Capt. Humayun Khan, was killed fighting in Iraq 12 years ago.
Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine left their DNC supporters in Philadelphia and headed straight for Republican territory in central and western Pennsylvania. The Democratic ticket is embarking on a bus tour to try to win over voters. Nancy Cordes reports.
North Carolina's law requiring voters to show photo ID was overturned Friday by a federal appeals court. The court cited discriminatory requirements for voting that targeted black voters. Similar laws were recently struck down in Texas and Wisconsin. Jan Crawford reports.
CBS News' chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook has been warning for months about the inevitable occurence of local Zika transmissions. It seems that time has arrived in Florida. He weighs in on how Americans can protect themselves.