Trump says it's "inconceivable" that a lawyer would tape a clientPresident Trump responded for the first time to news that his longtime attorney recorded their conversation
China is waging a "quiet kind of cold war" against the U.S., says CIA officialBeijing doesn't want to go to war, he said, but the current communist government, under President Xi Jingping, is subtly working on multiple fronts to undermine the U.S.
Pompeo, Haley step up pressure to support Trump's talks on North KoreaU.S. Secretary of State said Friday that he and President Trump remain "upbeat about the prospects of denuclearization of North Korea" and that "progress is happening"
What legal questions does Michael Cohen's Trump recording raise?Amber Phillips, who writes about politics for the Washington Post, joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss the revelation that President Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen secretly recorded him discussing payments to a former Playboy model and the continuing fallout from the Helsinki summit earlier this week.
White House stays silent on secret tape of Trump discussing paymentsA secret recording of President Trump made by his former personal lawyer appears to undercut the president's denial of payments to a former Playboy model. Michael Cohen taped a conversation with the president about a payment to the woman a few months before the 2016 election. Errol Barnett reports.
DNC files motion to serve lawsuit against WikiLeaks via TwitterThe DNC filed its lawsuit against the Trump campaign, the Russian government and WikiLeaks, alleging conspiracy, three months ago

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9 of 17 people who died in duck boat accident are from one family"I was yelling. I was screaming. And finally I said, 'Lord, just let me die, let me die. ... I can't keep drowning, I just can't keep drowning.' And then I just let go," said a survivor
"I got a call": Locals rushed to help tourists in duck boat accident"All we seen was empty life jackets and empty life rings and I mean, your heart just drops," said Roger Carpenter
Eye Opener: Survivor speaks as duck boat victims are mournedA survivor of the duck boat tragedy in Missouri says the captain told passengers "they didn't need life jackets." Also, revelations that the president's lawyer secretly recorded him discussing payment to a Playboy model. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
Trump says it's "inconceivable" that a lawyer would tape a clientPresident Trump responded for the first time to news that his longtime attorney recorded their conversation
The Dish: Boston chef Kevin O'DonnellRhode Island native Kevin O'Donnell attended the famed Johnson and Wales Culinary Institute before heading off to Italy for a cooking internship. While there, he met fellow chef Michael Lombardi and the two became fast friends as well as cooking collaborators. The pair went on to work at the same restaurant kitchens in Italy, France and New York, before heading back to their native New England. Last year in Boston's South End, they opened their dream restaurant, SRV, specializing in the regional food of the city of Venice.
Man mows lawns across America for those in needMost people look at mowing the lawn as a chore, but one young man sees it as an opportunity to help people in need and empower young people along the way. Michelle Miller reports.