No Winning Ticket In Mega Millions Drawing, Jackpot At $1.6 Billion!Not a single ticket sold matched all the winning numbers in Friday’s drawing, upping the top prize to a record $1.6 billion. The next drawing is Tuesday night.
10/20 CBS2 Saturday Morning Weather HeadlinesThere are some rain showers passing through very early this morning, but if you hit snooze a few times you might just sleep past them!
Record $1 Billion Mega Millions Jackpot Up For Grabs In Friday DrawingThe Mega Millions jackpot crossed the $1 billion mark ahead of Friday night's drawing, making it the second-largest jackpot in lottery history.
Cuomo's Sudden Offer To Debate Saturday Morning Slammed By MolinaroAfter weeks of ducking and dodging, Andrew Cuomo has suddenly agreed to debate his Republican opponent, but only on radio at 8 a.m. Saturday morning.
NYPD: Second 'Proud Boys' Member Arrested After Brawl With AntifaThe charges stem from the Oct. 12 incident outside the Metropolitan Republican Club, when violence erupted between members of far-right group and anti-fascist protesters
Saudi Arabia Confirms Jamal Khashoggi Was Killed At ConsulateThe Saudi statement indicated that Khashoggi died in a fist fight.
Invasive 'Spotted Lanternfly' Threatening This Year's Christmas Tree CropWith wings coated in black and red spots and a body of bold yellow, the spotted lanternfly could soon be hitching a ride home with you from the farm.
Exclusive: Popular NYC Store Closes, Customers Left Without Pricey Orders FilledThe gates closed in the middle of the day at "Lighting by Gregory" on the Bowery.
Ride Along With A U.S. Coast Guard Patrol Around ManhattanAs busy New Yorkers walk the streets of the bustling concrete jungle, not many know what’s happening on the water surrounding them.

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Prince Harry kicks off fourth Invictus Games in AustraliaThe Duke and Duchess of Sussex, better known as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, are wrapping up their first week of a four-nation overseas tour. The first stop is Australia, where Harry has just opened the fourth Invictus Games. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
How vulnerable is the U.S. to election interference ahead of the midterms?On Friday, U.S. intelligence agencies stated that Russia, China, Iran and other countries are engaged in active efforts to influence voters ahead of the midterm elections. Hours later, the Justice Department announced the indictment of a Russian woman, making her the first person charged with interfering in the 2018 election. Ian Vandewalker, senior counsel at the Brennan Center for Justice, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the tactics being used to sow discord among Americans and how to spot election interference on social media.
Fish fraud is rampant – and the government rarely tests itNear a coastline or not, seafood is an increasingly popular food option for Americans. The U.S. is now the second-largest consumer of seafood worldwide after China and the Centers for Disease Control says about 20 percent of adults are eating fish at least twice a week. But choosing your fish doesn't always mean getting what you're after. Meg Oliver reports.
Japan's World Robot Summit sees a future with humans coexisting with machinesThere are always a lot of attendees at big conventions, but at one underway in Japan this week, only some of the participants are human. The city of Tokyo is hosting the World Robot Summit and it's packed with the usual assortment of the practical, the weird, and the entertaining. Lucy Craft reports.