Videos - CBSNews.com 2 April 2018

Urban ecologist on how cities speed up evolution process

Biologists are challenging the idea of naturalist Charles Darwin that evolution cannot be observed in real time. They cite evidence from cities where scientists study how animals and plants interact with humans. Urban ecologist Menno Schilthuizen joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the topic of his new book, "Darwin Comes to Town: How the Urban Jungle Drives Evolution."

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Planned Parenthood's Cecile Richards on running for office: "Never say never"

Outgoing Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards is sharing her own story for the first time in her new book, "Make Trouble: Standing Up, Speaking Out, and Finding the Courage to Lead." Richards joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her fight for women's health care, meeting with Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump who wanted to make a "political deal," and the record number of women running for office.

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Trauma of MLK Jr.'s assassination is still fresh in children's minds

This week marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Only on CBS News, Michelle Miller spoke with his three living children for their first joint interview in 12 years. The trauma of April 4, 1968 is still fresh in their minds.

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Howard students demand change amid embezzlement scandal

Student protesters at Howard University are entering their fifth straight day occupying the school's administrative building. It started after an anonymous blog post alleged that nearly a million dollars in financial aid money was misused. Jan Crawford reports.

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Ian Bremmer on China and U.S. tariffs, "Cold War on technology"

China's new tariffs on American products take effect today amid heightened tensions over trade. The move is a reponse to the U.S. tariffs on aluminum and steel imports. Eurasia Group president and CBS News senior global affairs contributor Ian Bremmer joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss who will lose more in the tariffs retaliation.

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Eye Opener at 8: China strikes back with tariffs

A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning." Subscribe to get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.

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What it takes to shop online without being tracked

With tech companies tracking us online, Tony Dokoupil tried to see if it's even possible to shop online without giving away any personal information.

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Family's deadly plunge off California cliff may have been intentional

Investigators say the crash off a California cliff that killed a Washington state family may have been intentional. The California highway patrol says the SUV carrying Jennifer and Sarah Hart, and at least three of their adopted children, drove straight off the cliff without stopping. Vladimir Duthiers reports.

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Saks, Lord & Taylor customers exposed in data breach

Millions of shoppers at Saks Fifth Avenue, Saks Off Fifth and Lord & Taylor may be impacted by a massive data breach. A cybersecurity firm estimates that hackers obtained more than five million customer credit and debit card numbers and put 125,000 of them for sale on the dark web. CNET's Dan Ackerman joins "CBS This Morning" with more on what customers can do to protect themselves.

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Sacramento sheriff's SUV hits protester at Stephon Clark rally

The Sacramento sheriff's department will release new information Monday after one of its vehicles hit a protester. A witness says the vehicle drove away without helping the 61-year-old woman who was protesting the police shooting death of Stephon Clark. Mireya Villarreal reports.

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Schools closed in Oklahoma, Kentucky amid teachers strike

Hundreds of schools in Oklahoma and Kentucky are closed today as thousands of teachers prepare to rally at their state Capitols. They're fighting for larger pay and increased school funding. Omar Villafranca reports.

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35 million people in path of spring snowstorm

A spring snowstorm is affecting 35 million people in the East Coast. Up to five inches could fall in New York, while parts of Pennsylvania and West Virginia could see a half foot. DeMarco Morgan reports.

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China strikes back with $3B tariffs on U.S. products

China imposed significant tariffs overnight on more than 100 imported American goods. The move is in retaliation for the Trump administration's new tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. Ben Tracy reports.

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Trump threatens future of DACA and NAFTA

President Trump promised no more immigration talks with Congress and also threatened to end NAFTA if Mexico does not take action to stop illegal immigration. Chip Reid reports.

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Eye Opener: Trump says no deal on DACA

President Trump closes the door on Dreamers, saying he's done with the DACA program for young undocumented immigrants. Also, China hits back against Mr. Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs, with its own tariffs on American products. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.

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