Entertainment - CBSNews.com 7 April 2018

Laura Ingraham due back at Fox News following backlash

Reports say 19 have left Ingraham's show after mocking a survivor of the Florida school shooting

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Hannity vows to bash Kimmel until he apologizes to Melania Trump

Hannity called Kimmel a "sick, twisted, creepy, perverted weirdo" on his Fox show

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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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Preview: Antonio Banderas

This week on "Sunday Morning": Actor Antonio Banderas takes Seth Doane on a tour of his hometown, Malaga, on the southern coast of Spain.

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Saturday Sessions: Wye Oak performs "It Was Not Natural"

Jenn Wasner and Andy Stack of indie rock duo Wye Oak have been friends since high school. They formed the group back in 2006 and released their debut album a year later, but things really took off with their 2011 breakthrough "Civilian," which was a commercial and critical success. The duo released their fifth full-length studio album on Friday titled "The Louder I Call, the Faster It Runs."

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Saturday Sessions: Wye Oak performs "Join"

Jenn Wasner and Andy Stack of indie rock duo Wye Oak have been friends since high school. They formed the group back in 2006 and released their debut album a year later, but things really took off with their 2011 breakthrough "Civilian," which was a commercial and critical success. The duo released their fifth full-length studio album on Friday titled "The Louder I Call, the Faster It Runs."

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Saturday Sessions: Wye Oak performs "Lifer"

Jenn Wasner and Andy Stack of indie rock duo Wye Oak have been friends since high school. They formed the group back in 2006 and released their debut album a year later, but things really took off with their 2011 breakthrough "Civilian," which was a commercial and critical success. The duo released their fifth full-length studio album on Friday titled "The Louder I Call, the Faster It Runs."

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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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