Actor Peter Scolari, who was known for his role in "Bosom Buddies" alongside Tom Hanks, has died of cancer, his manager Ellen Lubin Sanitsky confirmed Friday. He was 66. Scolari, who most recently appeared in the series "Evil," had a decades-long career. He rose to fame in 1980 when he and Tom Hanks co-starred in the sitcom "Bosom Buddies." The two played roommates who pretended to be women so they could live in an affordable, female-only apartment building, CBS Los Angeles reported. Years later, he and Hanks again worked together, voicing characters in the animated holiday movie "The Polar Express."
Nature photographer Jim Balog joined Major Garrett to talk about his new book "The Human Element," in which he documents wildfires and the melting of sea ice, and he also shared stories of how he captured the images on this week's episode of "The Takeout."
"Passing" can be a gray area that some biracial or multiracial Americans face when navigating questions of identity and social acceptance, while defining the story we tell about ourselves. "CBS Saturday Morning" co-host Michelle Miller talks with Rebecca Hall, Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga, the director and stars of the new film "Passing," and with writers Lise Funderburg and Allyson Hobbs, about the social history of passing, and its impact upon perception and power.