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From the Sequoias in California to the Everglades in Florida, the National Parks Service has been stewards of these magnificent landscapes and monuments for nearly 100 years. Ahead of this milestone, it has launched a campaign called “find your park,” aimed at attracting a wider audience to experience parks, monuments, seashores and wilderness areas. David Begnaud reports on the plans to make these natural wonders available to more people.
Third grade teacher Kyle Schwartz is used to telling her students about the world, but she wanted to know more about the world that they live in, where 93 percent of the students qualify for meal assistance. Barry Peterson reports on how one Denver teacher found a way to get her students to open up through a simple assignment.
The online market place for homemade goods has gone public. But, now that it’s a publicly traded company, will Etsy’s reputation as a hip company “re-imagining commerce” clash with the money making demands of its new stockholders? CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss what this debut means for the company.
Gunfights and burning cars reported in Reynosa, across from McAllen, Texas; gang members detained
A Washington state bee-keeping company is counting its losses, a day after a truck carrying nearly 14 million honeybees overturned near the Canadian border. Many of the bees were lost, and many people on the scene were stung. Ben Tracy has the details.
"Unacceptable" that oil still leaking off Louisiana coast from 2004 hurricane damage, says Fla. Sen. Bill Nelson
Scientists say the long-awaited El Nino weather pattern is finally arriving in the pacific. But can it keep California from drying up completely? TIME magazine's foreign editor Bryan Walsh joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the forecast.
20 years ago tomorrow, domestic terrorist Timothy McVeigh and his co-conspirators set off an enormous truck bomb in downtown Oklahoma City. The blast killed 168 people, including 19 children. Anna Werner reports on that awful day after visiting the site.
 
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