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The Dish: Chef Timothy HollingsworthTimothy Hollingsworth's humble beginnings in the food industry began with a job as a dishwasher. From there, he rose through the ranks and to the highest heights eventually becoming chef-de-cuisine at Thomas Keller's world-renowned French. He eventually stepped out on his own in Los Angeles, where his Otium serves vibrant rustic dishes flavored with the influence of his worldwide travels. Hollingsworth joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his culinary journey.
Who are the winners and losers in the GOP tax plan?The Senate version of the Republican tax reform bill cleared committee on Friday in a straight party-line vote for a plan that has both winners and losers. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to break down what the proposed tax overhaul means for everyone.
After da Vinci painting shatters records, a look at other art mega salesThis week, a piece of history made history. Leonardo da Vinci's "Salvator Mundi" sold for a record $450 million at an auction in New York City. While some experts dispute the origin of the painting it's believed to be the last da Vinci in private hands. But the era of art mega-sales began back in 2004. Alex Wagner reports.
How one school protected its students from a mass shootingFive people were killed when a gunman opened fire at several locations in the rural Northern California town of Rancho Tehama Tuesday. One of those locations was an elementary school where one child was wounded. The school's superintendent reflects on how his staff's training many saved lives. Jamie Yuccas reports.
Senate panel presses Jared Kushner on "Russian backdoor overture"Jared Kushner's lawyer is pushing back after a Senate committee said President Trump's son-in-law had not been fully forthcoming in its investigation into Russian interference in last year's presidential election. Kushner's attorney says his client encouraged others in the Trump campaign to decline meetings with foreigners. Jeff Pegues reports.
Will Republicans pass tax reform before year's end?National political reporter for Bloomberg News, Sahil Kapur, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss why Republicans are "so eager" to pass tax reform before the end of the year and the challenges the party faces in making that happen.
As Trump tweets focus on Franken, attention turns to his own historyAs a wave of allegations sweep various men across the country, President Trump has reserved his tweets for one individual in particular: Democratic Sen. Al Franken. That tactic only served to draw attention back to reports of his own impropriety. Errol Barnett reports.
Gymnast Gabby Douglas apologizes after comment about sexual abuseDouglas tweeted that women should "dress modestly" in response to a comment by teammate Aly Raisman, a victim of sexual abuse, about victim shaming

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Senate panel presses Kushner on "Russian backdoor overture"Senate Judiciary Committee asks for more information about a request from a Russian with ties to Putin
Who are the winners and losers in the GOP tax plan?The Senate version of the Republican tax reform bill cleared committee on Friday in a straight party-line vote for a plan that has both winners and losers. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to break down what the proposed tax overhaul means for everyone.
Trump administration threatens to shutter Palestinians' D.C. officeThe administration says it will shutter the PLO's office in Washington unless they enter serious peace talks with Israel
Senate panel presses Jared Kushner on "Russian backdoor overture"Jared Kushner's lawyer is pushing back after a Senate committee said President Trump's son-in-law had not been fully forthcoming in its investigation into Russian interference in last year's presidential election. Kushner's attorney says his client encouraged others in the Trump campaign to decline meetings with foreigners. Jeff Pegues reports.
Will Republicans pass tax reform before year's end?National political reporter for Bloomberg News, Sahil Kapur, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss why Republicans are "so eager" to pass tax reform before the end of the year and the challenges the party faces in making that happen.
As Trump tweets focus on Franken, attention turns to his own historyAs a wave of allegations sweep various men across the country, President Trump has reserved his tweets for one individual in particular: Democratic Sen. Al Franken. That tactic only served to draw attention back to reports of his own impropriety. Errol Barnett reports.
Montana Rep. blamed "liberal media" to authorities after reporter assault, police documents showGreg Gianforte told an officer that Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs grabbed him by the wrist and pulled both of them to the floor, which differed from witness accounts
Commentary: Bill Clinton - the original Donald Trump?Trump has been accused of coarsening our political discourse. And Bill Clinton was accused of the same

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Saturday Sessions: Elbow performs "All Disco"The band Elbow has been together since 1990, but only in the past decade did they become one of the biggest bands in Britain. Their latest album, "Little Fictions" was their second to go straight to No. 1.
Saturday Sessions: Elbow performs "Magnificent (She Says)"The band Elbow has been together since 1990, but only in the past decade did they become one of the biggest bands in Britain. Their latest album, "Little Fictions" was their second to go straight to No. 1
Comedian Bob Saget on returning to sitcom life and maintaining his edgeComedian Bob Saget's career is famously a tale of two comic personas. There's the family-friendly Saget of "Full House" and "America's Funniest Home Videos" and in stark contrast the stand-up comedian whose act can tend toward the decidedly blue. Jamie Wax sat down with Saget to discuss his new stand-up special, return to sitcoms and his relationship with the late legendary comic Don Rickles.
Elbow's Guy Garvey and Pete Turner on their long road to successThe band Elbow has been together since 1990, but only in the past decade did they become one of the biggest bands in Britain. Their last two albums went straight to No. 1. "CBS This Morning: Saturday" co-host Anthony Mason sat down with two of the band's members, lead singer Guy Garvey and bassist Pete Turner to discuss their long road to success.
Malcolm Young, AC/DC guitarist and co-founder, dead at 64"With enormous dedication and commitment he was the driving force behind the band," the band said on its website
Nicki Minaj poses for racy Paper magazine coverThree years after Kim Kardashian West bared her behind for Paper magazine, Nicki Minaj poses for a "Minaj a trois"
Jay-Z defends Meek Mill in New York Times op-edAfter pausing his concert to call Meek Mill's prison sentence unfair,​ Jay-Z is defending Mill once again
"Nashville" to end after Season 6CMT announced that Season 6 of "Nashville" will be its last

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