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World Cup: Scores and recaps from Friday’s matches

The 2018 World Cup continues with Groups A and B

Tropical Storm Carlotta forms near Mexico’s Acapulco

Tropical Storm Carlotta is forecast to make landfall Saturday

U.S. envoy to NATO taking “an earful” from allies for Trump

Ahead of security alliance's summer gathering, Ambassador Kay Bailey Hutchison admits our oldest allies feel need to "vent sometimes"

Ex-soldier sentenced for damaging parachute of wife who survived 4,000-foot fall

Emile Cilliers was convicted last month of two counts of attempted murder

Stephen Hawking’s ashes buried between graves of Darwin and Newton

Stephen Hawking has taken his place among Britain's greatest scientists with the burial of his ashes in Westminster Abbey

DOJ Inspector General report on the Clinton investigation finds Comey not motivated by political...

A long-awaited report has been released on the FBI's handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation. It focuses on former FBI chief James Comey, and describes him as "insubordinate." CBS News Washington correspondent Paula Reid reports.

Iraqi beauty queen’s visit to Israel enrages people back home

Sarah Idan reunited with Israel's 2017 Miss Universe beauty pageant contestant this week -- months after she posted a controversial selfie that prompted death threats

U.N. resolution condemning Israel passes over U.S. objections

“For some, attacking Israel is their favorite political sport” Nikki Haley said as U.S. fails in U.N. vote to condemn Hamas for Gaza violence

Mexican candidate shot dead while posing for a selfie

It's just the latest string of murders in Mexico targeting politicians and candidates

U.S.-North Korea summit: Fallout continues over joint statement

The president declared "there is no longer a nuclear threat from North Korea," but counselor Kellyanne Conway contradicted that message

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Burger King pulls ad urging sex with World Cup stars

Fast food chain admits ad urging Russian women to procreate with soccer stars, "turned out to be too offensive"

Japan suspends missile strike drills after Trump-Kim summit

Started last year as N. Korea test-fired missiles near Japanese islands, drills now on hold as gov't says threat has eased

Mass murderer’s appeal to human rights court rejected

Anders Behring Breivik, serving 21 years for killing 77 people in bomb, shooting rampage, said prison isolation violated his rights