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After attending the "main event" at CPAC featuring a Q&A with former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, CBS News' Nancy Cordes, John Dickerson and Steve Chaggaris take a break to reflect on CPAC 2015.
28-year old Levi Bettwieser collects forgotten rolls of film and shares their images with the world
Baby Oliver may be the youngest heart transplant recipient ever. He was born seven weeks premature at Phoenix Children's Hospital with a bad heart. Doctors feared for the worst, but the baby survived the surgery. Carter Evans reports.
The court battle begins over Robin Thicke's hit single. Did Thicke steal from Marvin Gaye's classic, "Got to Give It Up"? Anthony Mason reports.
Actor Leonard Nimoy will be laid to rest at a private funeral tomorrow, following his death at home Friday in Los Angeles. As "Star Trek's" half-human Mr. Spock, he brought to life one of television's most memorable characters. Carter Evans takes a look at the star's career.
Parts of the Southwest are recovering from a snowstorm with school closings, delayed air travel and treacherous highways. Other parts of the country like Southern California, are expecting rain, which could trigger mudslides. WBBM-TV's meteorologist Ed Curran reports from Chicago.
Congress has narrowly averted a shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security for one week because President Obama signed the funding bill. CBS News political director John Dickerson joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" with more on the budget bill.
President Obama signed a one-week funding bill to avert a partial shutdown of the agency minutes before the midnight deadline. Julianna Goldman reports from Washington.
President Obama prevents a partial shutdown of the Homeland Security department by signing a one-week funding bill. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your World in 90 seconds.
Attorneys for alleged bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev argued he wouldn't be able to get a fair trial after deadly attack, publicity
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