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The Dish: Virginia Willis shares secrets of Southern cookingBorn in Augusta, Georgia, cooking expert Virginia Willis loved her grandmother's Southern classics. After college and culinary schools in the U.S. and France, she began a multifaceted career as a chef, cooking show producer and prolific author of six cookbooks. Willis joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss her journey and share recipes from her latest, "Secrets of the Southern Table."
Saturday Sessions: Fickle Friends perform "Brooklyn"British indie-pop group Fickle Friends met as students and got off to a fast start, winning celebrity chef Jamie Oliver's music festival and then heading off on tour. Fickle Friends perform "Brooklyn" from their first album, "You Are Someone Else," which was released this spring.
Saturday Sessions: Fickle Friends perform "Swim"British indie-pop group Fickle Friends met as students and got off to a fast start, winning celebrity chef Jamie Oliver's music festival and then heading off on tour. Fickle Friends perform "Glue" from their first album, "You Are Someone Else," which was released this spring.
Wildlife photographer James Aldred chronicles adventures on treesEmmy Award-winning wildlife photographer James Aldred has spent a career up in the trees, in jungles and forests across the globe. His life's work is documented in his new book, "The Man Who Climbs Trees." Aldred joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his adventures.
Saturday Sessions: Fickle Friends perform "Glue"British indie-pop group Fickle Friends met as students and got off to a fast start, winning celebrity chef Jamie Oliver's music festival and then heading off on tour. This spring they released their first album, "You Are Someone Else," debuting at No. 9 on the U.K. charts. Fickle Friends perform "Glue" on Saturday Sessions.
EPA cooperated with group that dismisses climate change, emails showEPA officials worked with the conservative Heartland Institute to rally people for hearings, counter media coverage and promote EPA chief Scott Pruitt

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Campaigner: "No going back" for women's rights in IrelandIf the "yes" forces seeking a constitutional change prevail as exit polls suggest, Ireland's parliament will be charged with coming up with new abortion laws
Will the Trump-Kim Jong Un summit still happen?New York Magazine national correspondent Gabriel Debenedetti joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss President Trump canceling his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and shortly thereafter telling reporters "we'll see" what happens. Debenedetti also talks about the Russia investigation and primary elections.
Exit polls indicate Ireland abortion ban may be repealedIreland's long-standing constitutional ban on abortion could soon be history. Official counting of the historic referendum is underway, though two exit polls are suggesting an end to one of the world's most restrictive bans. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
North, South Korean leaders meet again in surprise summitThey met for 2nd time in a month to discuss Kim Jong Un's potential meeting with President Trump
Trump says summit talks with North Korea has resumedThere's renewed hope that the highly anticipated summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un may still happen. Just hours after canceling the meeting, Mr. Trump signaled Friday that conversations with the North Koreans have resumed and the planned meeting in Singapore next month is still possible. Mola Lenghi reports.
Polls close in Ireland in historic vote on abortion referendumIn Ireland, voters have gone to the polls to consider whether to repeal some of the world’s most restrictive abortion laws. It would mark a major shift in a country long dominated by the Catholic Church. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.

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