Videos - CBSNews.com 3 April 2018

Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream: How far have we come?

Ahead of the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination, we're taking a look at his life and legacy. We asked prominent voices to share their memories and reflect on the progress toward achieving King's dream of justice and equality for all Americans. Those voices include Colin Powell, Loretta Lynch, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Kamala Harris, and Trombone Shorty.

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"Unified": Sen. Tim Scott, Rep. Trey Gowdy on friendship and hope

Police shootings across the U.S. have increased concerns about race relations in this country. Among those concerned are South Carolina lawmakers Tim Scott and Trey Gowdy. They believe their different backgrounds can be an example of how our country can come together. Scott and Gowdy join "CBS This Morning" to discuss their new book, "Unified: How Our Unlikely Friendship Gives Us Hope for a Divided Country."

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Spotify CEO on going public, convincing Taylor Swift to rejoin

Spotify, the world's largest music streaming site, is going public on the New York Stock Exchange. Analysts say the company could be valued at more than $20 billion. It will launch with a direct listing of shares, not an IPO, which removes the traditional role of investment banks. Spotify founder and CEO Daniel Ek joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why this is only the second inning for the streaming platform, how he convinced Taylor Swift to return to Spotify, and whether he feels threatened by competitor Apple Music.

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Eye Opener at 8: Oklahoma teacher strike continues

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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Teen rescued from Los Angeles sewer: "Mom, I'm alive. Come pick me up."

We are now hearing from the teenager who was rescued after being trapped for more than 12 hours in Los Angeles sewers. Jesse Hernandez, 13, was freed after a massive search by police, fire and sanitation crews. Mireya Villarreal reports.

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Tesla plagued by production delays, crash probe, recalls

Tesla faces a crucial test with the release of new production numbers for its highly-touted Model 3. The stakes are especially high because a deadly accident involving Tesla's autopilot feature is under federal investigation. Jamie Yuccas reports.

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Cancer survivors sue Ohio fertility clinic

Three cancer survivors are suing the Cleveland-area fertility clinic that accidentally destroyed more than 4,000 stored embryos and eggs. All three woman allege they risked their lives by delaying chemotherapy to undergo painful fertility treatments. Dr. Tara Narula reports.

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Texas suspect suffered seizure before police encounter, attorney says

A lawyer for a man allegedly punched by Fort Worth, Texas, police says the man could have been disoriented because of a seizure. Witness cellphone video shows two officers on top of 35-year-old Forrest Curry and one officer appears to punch him repeatedly. David Begnaud reports.

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Oklahoma teacher strike continues in school funding fight

Teachers are on strike again Tuesday in Oklahoma to protest low wages and cuts in school funding. An estimated 36,000 teachers flooded the state's Capitol on Monday. Teachers also rallied in Kentucky to oppose legislation they say would damage their pension system. Omar Villafranca reports.

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Wall Street turmoil is "healthy market correction," expert says

Investors hope for a rebound in U.S. stocks after another day of big losses on Monday. William Cohan, Vanity Fair special correspondent and author of "Why Wall Street Matters," joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the confluence of events that have led the markets to this point.

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Where does immigration legislation stand in Congress?

The White House is working with the Department of Homeland Security to draft new legislation on DACA. President Trump tweeted Monday that "DACA is dead." Nancy Cordes reports.

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EPA to roll back Obama-era emissions, fuel economy standards

The Trump administration is set to roll back one of President Obama's signature policies on the environment. Meanwhile, the White House is reportedly reviewing reports that EPA administrator Scott Pruitt paid a below-market rate to live in a Washington condo tied to an energy lobbyist. Chip Reid reports.

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Eye Opener: Trump admin. prepares for battle over emissions

The EPA will announce plans today to reverse Obama-era fuel standards meant to fight air pollution. Also, investors watch Wall Street on Tuesday after another sell-off led by tech stocks. 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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