Entertainment

Barbra Streisand says Michael Jackson's accusers were "thrilled to be there"Streisand clarified her remarks in a statement to CBS News on Saturday
Dolly Parton has helped give 100 million free books to childrenCountry music legend Dolly Parton has sold millions of records in her long career. But what you may not know is that she's responsible for putting millions of books in the hands of children. Parton is the driving force behind a charity that distributes books, completely free of charge, to children around the nation. "CBS This Morning: Saturday" co-host Anthony Mason sat down with the singer, songwriter and actress to talk about her charity work – and what inspired her dedication to helping everyone to learn to read.
Library of Congress announces National Recording Registry inducteesEarlier this week, the Library of Congress announced the 25 recordings that would be inducted into the National Recording Registry for preservation. The items inducted are deemed culturally, historically or aesthetically significant. Michelle Miller reports.
Saturday Sessions: Yola performs "Ride Out In The Country"Growing up in Bristol, England, British singer Yola was fascinated by her mother's record collection and by age 4, knew she wanted to be a performer. She started singing in nightclubs and with several bands before striking out on her own including a breakout performance at this month's South by Southwest festival. Now, she's released a critically acclaimed debut album "Walk Through Fire."
Saturday Sessions: Yola performs "Love All Night (Work All Day)"Growing up in Bristol, England, British singer Yola was fascinated by her mother's record collection and by age 4, knew she wanted to be a performer. She started singing in nightclubs and with several bands before striking out on her own including a breakout performance at this month's South by Southwest festival. Now, she's released a critically acclaimed debut album "Walk Through Fire."
Saturday Sessions: Yola performs "Faraway Look"Growing up in Bristol, England, British singer Yola was fascinated by her mother's record collection and by age 4, knew she wanted to be a performer. She started singing in nightclubs and with several bands before striking out on her own including a breakout performance at this month's South by Southwest festival. Now, she's released a critically acclaimed debut album "Walk Through Fire."

Politics

Kid Rock posts golfing photo with TrumpPresident has not sent any tweets since special counsel Robert Mueller submitted his report
Key findings on Mueller report will not be released SaturdayThe special counsel has submitted his findings into potential ties between the Kremlin and Trump campaign
Video shows an upbeat Trump after Mueller submits reportPresident Trump was at Mar-a-Lago when word came down that special counsel Robert Mueller had finished his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Nikole Killion reports from West Palm Beach, Florida.
Congress could get Mueller report details this weekendAfter nearly two years of captivating the nation, the special counsel's closely watched inquiry into Russian interference during the 2016 election is over. Late Friday afternoon, a security officer delivered the completed report to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who is overseeing the investigation. Within minutes, Rosenstein passed the report to Attorney General William Barr. Paula Reid reports.
How did the Russia investigation begin?It's been nearly two years since Robert Mueller was appointed to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Since Mueller's appointment, his team has indicted or received guilty pleas from 34 individuals and three companies. Ed O'Keefe takes a look at how the investigation got underway.
2020 candidates demand Mueller report be released in fullReaction to the completion of the Mueller report was swift. The Justice Department notified top congressional leaders from both parties that it had received the report from special counsel Robert Mueller and many, including all eight Democrats in congress who are running for president, called for the report to be made public. Ed O'Keefe reports.