CBS This Morning - 7 April 2018

Doors from the famed Chelsea Hotel head to auction

The gritty, sometimes sketchy, establishment housed everyone from writer Mark Twain to painter Jackson Pollock and musician Jimi Hendrix

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Teen who fell into L.A. sewer system thanks rescue crews

A 13-year-old was rescued Monday after being trapped for more than 12 hours in the maze-like tunnels of Los Angeles' sewer system

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YouTube shooting spotlights ad revenue changes

Nasim Aghdam had been expressing her anger with YouTube's policies before opening fire at the company's headquarters

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Steve Spurrier to coach Orlando team in new pro football spring league

The Alliance of American Football will kick off next February -- just one week after the Super Bowl

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The Dish: Chef Zack Bruell

Bruell helped pioneer the development of "California cuisine" then brought it thousands of miles east to his hometown of Cleveland

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Why we're still talking about "2001: A Space Odyssey" 50 years later

Long before Siri or Alexa, there was the voice of Hal. The talking computer was just one way Stanley Kubrick's "2001: A Space Odyssey" forecasted our future. Fifty years ago this week, moviegoers got their first look at the sci-fi epic. Anthony Mason reports.

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