A Russian monument to Steve Jobs has been removed since Tim Cook, Apple's current CEO, came out as gay. The monument, which was in the shape of an over-sized iPhone, was located on a university campus in St. Petersburg. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
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CNET, which is part of CBS, is a trusted source for online tech reviews and insights. The publication is now annoucing its new venture into a quarterly product. CNET reviews editor-in-chief Lindsey Turrentine and CNET news editor-in-chief Connie Guglielmo join "CBS This Morning" to talk about the new venture.
It is day three into the investigation of what caused a space plane to crash in California. Virgin Galactic founder Richard Branson joins "CBS This Morning" from Necker Island to discuss the crash.
Authorities investigating the crash say human error may have caused the space plane to break apart in mid-air. Early feathering may have caused the incident. John Blackstone reports.
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