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Trump says fire NFL players who kneel during anthemThe movement was started last year by Colin Kaepernick who was protesting police violence. Since then, other players have knelt or carried out other forms of protest during the anthem. During a campaign rally in Alabama Friday night, the president said team owners should get rid of those players.
Trump: Fire NFL players who kneel during anthem"That's a total disrespect of our heritage. That's a total disrespect of everything that we stand for," he said
Cause of earthquake near N. Korea nuclear test site unclearThere is suspicion that North Korea may have conducted a new nuclear test. Seismic monitors detected a 3.4-magnitude earthquake on Saturday morning about 30 miles from where previous nuclear tests were carried out, according to a nuclear watchdog group. China's earthquake center says it was caused by a suspected explosion, while South Korea calls the tremor a natural event.
The Dish: Boston chef Tim CushmanChef Tim Cushman's first training wasn't in food, but in jazz and classical guitar. But while pursuing his musical dreams, he worked in restaurants and discovered a whole new passion in cooking. His Boston restaurant O Ya has been recognized as one of the top sushi restaurants in the nation, earning him a James Beard Award as Best Chef in the Northeast. Cushman joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his culinary journey.
How social media influencers use their followers to cash inSocial media influencers have become a $1 billion industry and it's projected to grow to more than twice that in the next two years. In some ways, it's a throwback to integrated content at the dawn of television, but as one expert said, what's different is who can be the pitchman and how much money can they make. Jamie Wax reports.
"Extremely dangerous" dam failure in Puerto RicoIsabela and Quebradillas were being evacuated because the nearby Guajataca Dam was failing after Hurricane Maria​ hit Puerto Rico

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Strong aftershock rocks jittery Mexico CityThe latest quake rolled through the capital, prompting civil defense officials to temporarily suspend rescue operations
Cause of earthquake near N. Korea nuclear test site unclearThere is suspicion that North Korea may have conducted a new nuclear test. Seismic monitors detected a 3.4-magnitude earthquake on Saturday morning about 30 miles from where previous nuclear tests were carried out, according to a nuclear watchdog group. China's earthquake center says it was caused by a suspected explosion, while South Korea calls the tremor a natural event.
Inside South Africa's glitzy new modern art museumThis weekend, a stunning new museum opens in Cape Town, South Africa. The Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art - also known as the Zeitz MOCAA - is Africa's first modern art museum. While the breathtaking structure is considered groundbreaking by some, others find it elitist. Debora Patta reports.
"Extremely dangerous" dam failure in Puerto RicoIsabela and Quebradillas were being evacuated because the nearby Guajataca Dam was failing after Hurricane Maria​ hit Puerto Rico
Earthquake detected in North Korea said to be naturalSouth Korea's weather agency said a magnitude 3.0 earthquake was detected in North Korea on Saturday
Mexico has an earthquake warning system, what about the U.S.?Tuesday's deadly earthquake in Mexico killed at least 295 people, but the death toll could have been higher without the country's warning system. While other nations have implemented similar systems, so far the U.S. has not - at least not fully. Atlantic senior editor Derek Thompson joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss how the early warnings work and why the U.S. has yet to adopt the technology.

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