Videos - CBSNews.com 31 March 2018

Saturday Sessions: Courtney Marie Andrews performs "May Your Kindness Remain"

Singer-songwriter Courtney Marie Andrews left her home to focus on music at just 16 years old. Her 2016 album "Honest Life" was a breakout hit and a fixture on many lists for album of the year. Her latest collection, "May Your Kindness Remain," was released last week.

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Saturday Sessions: Courtney Marie Andrews performs "Two Cold Nights in Buffalo"

Singer-songwriter Courtney Marie Andrews left her home to focus on music at just 16 years old. Her 2016 album "Honest Life" was a breakout hit and a fixture on many lists for album of the year. Her latest collection, "May Your Kindness Remain," was released last week.

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Saturday Sessions: Courtney Marie Andrews performs "Kindness of Strangers"

Singer-songwriter Courtney Marie Andrews left her home to focus on music at just 16 years old. Her 2016 album "Honest Life" was a breakout hit and a fixture on many lists for album of the year. Her latest collection, "May Your Kindness Remain," was released last week.

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Story Course: Dinner theater series tells the stories of immigrant chefs

Chef Jae Jung recently participated in a month-long dining experiment that converted a New York City school cafeteria into a fine dining room. It's called Story Course and its creators felt that chef Jae's life had all the ingredients for a new type of dining experience. Jamie Wax reports.

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Retired New Yorker turns garbage into art – and his home into a museum

They say one man's trash is another man's treasure. For one resident of Queens, New York, trash is an inspiration and his artistic medium. John Norwood has created dozens of works of art from raw materials that would otherwise go straight to the landfill – and he's inviting everyone to have a look. Anthony Mason reports.

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Latest Trafalgar Square fourth plinth artwork recreates destroyed Iraqi sculpture

More than two decades ago, Britain's Royal Society of Art decided something needed to be done with a prominent but empty space in the middle of London's famed Trafalgar Square. The society chose to make it a showcase for works from a rotating group of artists. This year, an American artist came up with a tribute to the lost heritage of Iraq destroyed by ISIS. Roxana Saberi reports.

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Mother behind the "free-range kids" movement on Utah's new law

A decade ago, New York mother Lenore Skenazy caused a big stir when she wrote a column explaining why she routinely let her 9-year-old son ride the subway alone. Her philosophy, known as "free-range kids," launched a movement of like-minded parents. Skenazy joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss a new Utah law that makes it legal for a child to travel or play without supervision.

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What Facebook's "ugly" memo reveals about company's priorities

There could be some more sharp swings for Facebook stock following the company's latest bombshell. A leaked memo from a top executive is raising new concerns about just how far the social media giant is willing to go to boost its profits. Anna Werner reports.

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Michio Kaku on what NASA's new planet-hunting satellite could find

Earlier this week, NASA announced the planned launch of an experimental satellite with the goal of finding new Earth-like planets. CBS News science contributor Michio Kaku joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the significance of the satellite's mission, how it works and what it might find.

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How fatal accidents could change the self-driving car industry

Tesla announced one of its cars involved in a deadly crash was on autopilot when it hit a concrete divider in Arizona. The company says the driver had received several warnings before the wreck. Arizona recently suspended Uber’s driverless car testing permit following a deadly collision there. Wired transportation editor Alex Davies joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss how these incidents will affect the self-driving car industry at large.

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Site of Jesus' baptism to be cleared of landmines

One of the holiest sites in Christianity is a spot on the West Bank of the Jordan River. It's been inaccessible to people for more than 50 years because it's planted with landmines. Now, a joint effort is hoping to reopen the place where Jesus is believed to have been baptized. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.

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Will Trump fire Scott Pruitt, EPA chief, over apartment controversy?

Philip Bump, national reporter at the Washington Post, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss what President Trump's campaign trail remarks indicate about his plan for Syria, how new national security adviser John Bolton will handle the escalating diplomatic war with Russia and whether Mr. Trump will fire EPA chief Scott Pruitt.

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Trump freezes more than $200M in funds earmarked for Syria recovery efforts

President Trump eased into the holiday weekend, making his way to Florida and onto the golf course. The president has no public events on his schedule for Saturday, but the drama from Washington continues to follow him. Weijia Jiang reports.

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New video offers a raw account of Alton Sterling's last moments

Nearly two years after his death, police in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, released body camera footage of the encounter with police that left Alton Sterling dead. The officers involved have been cleared of criminal wrongdoing but one has been fired and the other suspended. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Stephon Clark shot primarily from behind, independent autopsy finds

The family of Stephon Clark released the results of a private autopsy Friday nearly two weeks after his death. They say it shows the unarmed 22-year-old was shot eight times, seven of the bullets hitting him from behind. John Blackstone reports.

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