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  • The Colts quarterback, 29, was on the sideline during an exhibition when the news of his shock retirement came out - Colts fans boo Luck after his shock retirement
  • Trump claims an 'absolute right' to order US companies out of China - President Donald Trump claimed he has the "absolute right" to "order" US companies to stop doing business with China that would involve using his broad executive authority in a new and unprecedented way under a 1977 law.
  • British PM Boris Johnson says he'll ask Trump not to escalate the trade war with China - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told reporters Saturday that he will ask US President Donald Trump not to escalate the trade war with China.
  • Opinion: Call him King Trump - There are countries that have endured unhinged leaders before. I'm thinking of Britain during the reign of King George III, whose years of delusion were depicted in the 1994 film "The Madness of King George." Our current civic stress test in the United States is coming courtesy of a President whose narcissistic impulses seem to be getting worse. Two recent days crystallized those concerns.
  • Analysis: Six polls and more than 6,000 interviews show Trump's approval dropping - First things first: The theme song of the week is the ESPN's SportsCentury.
  • Opinion: Under Trump, the deficit has ballooned, exploding a GOP myth - The Congressional Budget Office has predicted the federal deficit could reach $1 trillion by the 2020 fiscal year. Once again, President Trump has exposed a myth in American politics. That myth? That Republicans are the party of fiscal responsibility.
  • SE Cupp: If it feels like the world is on fire ... it is - As President Donald Trump lands in France for the G7, CNN's SE Cupp looks at the fires Trump started in the US with his recent political plays.
  • Former CEO makes wild claims during CNN interview - Two former top FBI officials deny former Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne's claim that the FBI directed him in the summer before the 2016 election to pursue a "romantic relationship with Maria Butina," the Russian woman who was accused of seeking to win influence in powerful Republican circles at the behest of her country's government. CNN's Sara Murray reports.
  • High school sweethearts die after wedding - As a young Texas couple were leaving the courthouse for their wedding ceremony, their car collided with a pickup truck, killing both of them, according to CNN affiliate KFDM.
  • United Airlines suspends service between Chicago and Hong Kong - United Airlines is suspending daily service from Chicago's O'Hare International Airport to Hong Kong starting next month, the company confirmed to CNN Saturday.
  • Singer died with $1M in uncashed checks - An estate inventory found $1 million in uncashed checks among Aretha Franklin's possessions.
  • Tropical storm forms near the Caribbean - A tropical depression has formed in the Atlantic near the Caribbean and it could become a tropical storm this weekend as the peak of hurricane season approaches.
  • Russia launches 2 ballistic missiles in the Arctic Ocean - Russia launched two ballistic missiles from nuclear-powered submarines in the Arctic Ocean and the Barents Sea on Saturday, according to a tweet from the Russian Ministry of Defense.
  • Trump dines with Macron amid tensions - President Trump's first stop during the G7 summit in France was lunch with his host, French President Emmanuel Macron.
  • Why Elizabeth Warren overrode her adviser on this issue - 2020 presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) tells CNN's David Axelrod why the selfie line is an important part of her campaign events.