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    Shooting at senior living facility in Kentucky

    Man, woman in their 80s shot at Louisville facility in what police believe was domestic dispute

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  • Los Angeles commuter train hits car, partially derails

    Nearly two dozen people suffer injuries in collision near city's downtown

  • Multiple people shot at spring break house party

    Several victims described as Alabama A&M students visiting Florida Panhandle for break

  • Chef Michael Cimarusti brings his specialty seafood to "The Dish"

    Chef Michael Cimarusti's commitment to fine cooking with sustainable fish has earned him the title "Seafood King of Los Angeles." But, he actually got his culinary sea legs on the east coast, including three years in the kitchen at New York's famed "Le Cirque." He's now executive chef and owner of the award-winning restaurant "Providence." Michael Cimarusti joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to tell us more about his unique style of cooking.

  • Top "Made In America" factories to tour while on vacation

    For many Americans, the label "Made In the USA" is a welcome sight. So, if you're looking for an unusual trip this spring, how about visiting some of the places where those labels go on? From coast-to-coast, you can go inside factories to watch fellow Americans make everything from boats and jellybeans to shoes and whiskey. CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to tell us more.

  • Exclusive look at plans to purchase new Air Force One aircraft

    The Air Force is in the market for a few very special planes. The current planes are getting old, and the Pentagon wants to buy new ones. The Air Force gave CBS News extraordinary, behind-the-scenes access to learn how that may come about. Mark Albert joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday," to tell us more.

  • Patients of six-way kidney swap meet for the first time

    12 patients made medical history in California earlier this year with a six-way kidney swap. Now, they've met one another for the first time. Carter Evans reports on the emotional reunion.

  • Female-led films dominate at the box office

    Movies like "Insurgent," "Cinderella," and "50 Shades of Grey," are the top three live-action movie openings this year. Notably they all have female leads and most of the ticket-buyers were women. Meanwhile, male-centric movies have been bombing at the box office. Is Hollywood no longer strictly a man's world? The New York Times business editor Peter Lattman joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to tell us more.

  • Washington landslide forces evacuations

    Residents in central Washington state town of Des Moines have been evacuated from three homes because of a landslide. The homes in Des Moines are on top of a cliff, which collapsed down to a state park beach. The people living in the homes were told to grab their belongings and evacuate quickly. Vinita Nair reports.

  • Search continues for missing people after NYC building blast

    Special search dogs are being brought in to go through the rubble of three New York City apartment buildings that collapsed. Police are still looking for at least two missing people, after the apparent gas explosion Thursday. Vladimir Duthiers reports.

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