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Indiana Jones' box office destiny? A lukewarm $60 million debut in North America

Moviegoers were only moderately interested in going to the theater to say goodbye to Harrison Ford's archaeologist character in "Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny.

Adopted girl accused of 'masquerading' as 6-year-old spotted with new dad selling fireworks on parking lot

Adopted girl Natalia Grace, who was accused by her former family of pretending to be a child while allegedly a grown woman, was spotted selling fireworks with new family.

High court's 'gay wedding website' decision brings hope to photographer, baker, other creatives

Friday's Supreme Court ruling affirming free speech and free exercise protections for Christians who are creative professionals is just what wedding photographer Emilee Carpenter of Elmira, New York, was hoping for.

2 killed, 28 wounded in Baltimore mass shooting

At least two people were killed and 28 others wounded in a shooting at a block party in Baltimore's Brooklyn neighborhood. Scott MacFarlane has the latest.

Elon Musk imposes daily limits on reading posts on Twitter, preventing unauthorized data scraping

Twitter owner Elon Musk has limited the number of tweets that users can view each day -- restrictions he described as an attempt to prevent unauthorized scraping of potentially valuable data from the social media platform.

Here Comes the Sun: Actor Mark Hamill and “The Book of Charlie”

Actor Mark Hamill sits down with Tracy Smith to discuss his years playing Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars series and what the future looks like for the character. Then, Luke Burbank meets with author David Von Drehle who wrote a book on his 102-year-old neighbor, Charlie White.

Maryland woman killed by stolen forklift, suspect at large: police

A suspect is on the run after stealing a forklift from a Maryland business early Sunday and killing a woman before stealing her car, authorities said.

Around the world

More than 50 MPs resign from Iraqi Kurdish region's parliament in protest

More than 50 members of the local parliament in Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdish region in the north have submitted their resignations to protest a court decision that deemed as unconstitutional the body’s postponement of elections by a year

Pence calls on Biden to 'cease and desist' nuclear negotiations with Iran

Former Vice President Mike Pence on Saturday called on President Biden to "cease and desist" all negotiations with Iran, calling pursuit of a nuclear deal "ill-founded and dangerous.

Russian Forces Launch Overnight Drone Attacks on Kyiv

The assault was the first pre-dawn drone barrage to target the Ukrainian capital in almost two weeks, officials said.

In the Paris Suburb Where Police Shot a Teenager, Violence and Vigilance

French suburbs have been rocked by riots that have tapped into a deep-seated resentment toward the police. Many residents understand the anger, but not the violence.

25 dead after bus crashes and catches fire in western India

Police in western India say a tire blowout caused a bus to lose control and crash into a road divider and burst into flames, killing 25 people

World's largest croc still growing as it hits stunning age milestone: experts

Cassius was captured near the city of Darwin in 1984 and three years later transferred to the Green Island croc park, where he's remained happy and healthy for decades.

Transcript: University of California president Michael Drake on "Face the Nation," July 2, 2023

The following is a transcript of an interview with Michael Drake, president of the University of California system, that aired on "Face the Nation" on July 2, 2023.


Army combat veteran to take over key election security role working with state, local officials

An Army combat veteran with extensive cybersecurity and counterterrorism experience is taking over as one of the nation's top election security officials, the director of the U.S. Cybersecurity Infrastructure Security Agency announced Friday.

Crimeware services for crooks are fueling the surge of cybercrime

Kurt "The CyberGuy" Knutsson warns about cybercriminals using Crimeware-as-a-Service and shares what steps you should take to ensure that your information is secure.

Apple’s market value ends above $3 trillion for first time as new gadget releases loom

The tech giant’s stock rose more than 2% to $193.97 per share at the closing bell on Friday after finishing at a record high in each of its previous two trading sessions.

TikTok forming a "Youth Council" to make the platform safer for teens

An executive said the global Youth Council will be launched later this year, but an exact timeline has not been provided.

How AI can help prevent gun violence

A museum in Florida is using AI to try to detect guns and identify possible shooters as quickly as possible. Manuel Bojorquez takes a look at the technology.

New Uncensored Chatbots Ignite a Free-Speech Fracas

A new generation of chatbots doesn’t have many of the guardrails put in place by companies like Google and OpenAI, presenting new possibilities — and risks.

Furious Microsoft employees slam CEO Satya Nadella’s ‘landmark’ year claim

One disgruntled Microsoft worker reportedly received more than 250 upvotes after quipping that a "good way to show gratitude is to unfreeze pay raises.

Sports News

NFL suspends 4 players for gambling violations

The National Football League said Thursday that four players will face punishments for violating their gambling policy.

CBS not airing Rickie Fowler’s PGA Tour win live on TV angers fans: ‘Inexcusable’

Rickie Fowler won his first PGA Tour event since 2019 in a three-man playoff – but fans weren’t able to watch live on TV.

Short-handed Mystics fall to Sabally, Wings

Satou Sabally and Teaira McCowan each had a double-double, Arike Ogunbowale scored all her 17 points in the second half and the Dallas Wings beat the short-handed Washington Mystics 89-72 Sunday.

Nick Kyrgios pulls out of Wimbledon after revealing torn ligament in wrist

After battling a knee injury, Nick Kyrgios faces another injury to his wrist, keeping him from competing at Wimbledon.

Russell Westbrook agrees to two-year deal with Clippers, who also trade for K.J. Martin

Free agent point guard Russell Westbrook is returning to the Clippers after agreeing to a two-year contract. The team also traded for forward K.J. Martin.

Elliott: Kings add stability by signing goaltender Cam Talbot, bringing back Trevor Lewis

The Kings boosted goaltender depth, signing veteran goaltender Cam Talbot. The team also brought back Trevor Lewis and retained Jarret Anderson-Dolan.

Trevor Bauer freaks out on Japanese teammates after pickle play leads to bases-loaded blunder

Trevor Bauer, pitching for the Yokohama DeNA Baystars, was enraged after watching a pickle play go awry and his teammates failed to record an out.

Politics News

Prosecutor in the Hunter Biden case denies retaliating against IRS agent who talked to House GOP

The federal prosecutor leading the investigation of President Joe Biden’s son Hunter is pushing back against claims that he was blocked from pursuing criminal charges in Los Angeles and Washington

Iranian dissidents hold major rally in France calling for regime change in Tehran

Thousands of supporters of the world's biggest exiled Iranian dissident group rallied in France over the weekend, calling for the overthrow of the theocratic regime at an event that drew support from top international figures.

As 2024 Voting Battles Heat Up, North Carolina G.O.P. Presses Forward

Republicans, whose edge in the state has narrowed in recent years, have gone on offense politically, leading to clashes over voting access and control over elections.

John Adams message in 'friendship book' brings $40,000

Got any old notes or correspondence tucked away in the dusty drawer of some ancient desk? The Raab Collection has announced the discovery of a previously unknown, early 19th-century autograph book, or "friendship album" as it was called back then.

What should borrowers do now that Biden's college debt forgiveness plan is dead?

The Supreme Court has ruled against the Biden administration's blanket college loan forgiveness plan, denying debtors the instant relief the program offered. But they still have better options for managing their debt than they did before the court took up the case.

Lithium Scarcity Pushes Carmakers Into the Mining Business

Ford, General Motors and others are striking deals with mining companies to avoid raw material shortages that could thwart their electric vehicle ambitions.

Full interview: Former Vice President Mike Pence on "Face the Nation"

Watch the full version of Margaret Brennan's interview with former Vice President Mike Pence that aired on July 2, 2023.