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We are also learning tonight that if any items not contained in the warrant were retrieved during the FBI search at Mar-a-Lago, they will be returned.
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NEW: According to a DOJ official, the FBI is NOT in possession of former President Trump's passports. Trump had accused the FBI of stealing his three passports during the search of his Mar-a-Lago home.
BABY SWING RECALL: There鈥檚 a recall of more than 2 million infant swings and rockers made by the company 4moms. The recall includes 鈥淢ama-Roo鈥 baby swings and 鈥淩ock-a-Roo鈥 baby rockers.
An FBI forensics report obtained by CBS News concludes the revolver used by Alec Baldwin on the set of his movie 鈥淩ust鈥 could not have discharged without the trigger being pulled. Baldwin鈥檚 lawyer is reportedly questioning the report, saying it鈥檚 being misconstrued.
A new study by the non-profit, First Street Foundation, says that by 2053 more than 100 million Americans will live in an extreme heat belt, in the south and in a wide area stretching from Texas to the Wisconsin border.
DEADLY GATOR ATTACK: A woman鈥檚 body was discovered at the edge of a pond in South Carolina after what appeared to be a deadly alligator attack. The victim has not been identified and state wildlife personnel are working to remove the alligator.
As students return to the classroom, many school districts are struggling to hire enough teachers. That鈥檚 why some districts have turned to recruiting teachers from abroad as a temporary solution.
The battle over abortion rights is spreading to some unexpected places, namely pharmacies. One common medication used by more than a million patients for arthritis, lupus and even cancer has become harder to access since Roe v. Wade was overturned.
Today marks one year since the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan and the Taliban鈥檚 takeover. Meanwhile, Afghanistan is in the midst of a humanitarian crisis as billions of dollars in Afghan assets remain frozen by the U.S.
Iran鈥檚 government says it had nothing to do with the attack on author Salman Rushdie and instead blamed the author himself for the incident, which a spokesperson for the U.S. State Dept. called 鈥渄espicable.鈥
Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney has become one of former Pres. Trump鈥檚 loudest critics, gaining national attention for her role as Vice Chair of the Jan. 6th committee. @costareports聽has the latest on the Wyoming primary, where Cheney is up for re-election.
The FBI鈥檚 headquarters in D.C. and field offices across the country are on high alert following an uptick of threats online against the agency. This comes after a man was arrested after allegedly threatening agents on a far-right social media site.
One week after the FBI searched former Pres. Trump鈥檚 Mar-a-Lago home, members of Congress are demanding more details on what was seized. But today, the DOJ opposed the release of the affidavit that supported the warrant in order to protect the integrity of the investigation.
Two former Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd's killing told a judge Monday that they have rejected plea deals that would have resulted in three-year sentences, setting the stage for trial in October.
According to new research published on Friday, a disastrous megaflood could bring so much water to some areas of the state that it could completely drown entire stop signs on a neighborhood street.
The new school year has started for many students in California, and the state is officially the first to offer free meals to all students.
California becomes first state to provide free meals to all students
DRAMATIC LIGHTNING: A dramatic lightning display lit up the Las Vegas night sky as the region experienced heavy flooding this week in what meteorologists said was 鈥渢he wettest monsoon season in 10 years.鈥
Democratic Rep. Carolyn Maloney said "off the record," President Biden is "not running again," in an interview with the New York Times Editorial Board published over the weekend.
Starting Monday, people in Scotland will be able to get period products for free. The new government initiative is a massive step forward and world first in tackling period poverty.
Taliban fighters fired their weapons into the air Saturday to disperse a rare women鈥檚 protest in Kabul where 40 women chanted 鈥渂read, work and freedom鈥 just days before the first anniversary of the Taliban鈥檚 return to power.
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham must testify before a grand jury in Georgia investigating former President Donald Trump's conduct after losing the 2020 election.
Officials in a Boston suburb are investigating a former city employee they say shut down the police website during a pay dispute.
Former city employee shut down police website over a pay dispute, officials say
Wildlife rangers in Australia found an abandoned 鈥渏oey鈥 or rat-kangaroo curled up in the cold without its mother. They took it in their care, fed him and named him Stanley.
Brittney Griner's legal team has appealed against the American basketball star's guilty verdict and nine-year prison sentence on drug smuggling charges in Russia, the lawyers said on Monday.
Brittney Griner's defense team appeals WNBA star's drug conviction in Russia
Divers off the southwestern coast of England have reported finding a World War I U.S. Navy destroyer that was sunk by a German submarine more than a century ago.
Divers say they've found wreckage of the first U.S. Navy destroyer ever sunk by enemy fire
A meteor was captured on camera as it shot through the morning sky over Snowbasin Resort, north of Salt Lake City, on Saturday morning.
Scottish police said on Sunday they were investigating an apparent "online threat" made to Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling in response to a tweet supporting Salman Rushdie following his stabbing.
Police probe "online threat" to J.K. Rowling over pro-Rushdie tweet
Migrants are seeing health problems linger and worsen while waiting at the border.
The suspension of ticket sales to Machu Picchu sparked protests among angry tourists and merchants who were unable to visit from the town closest to the Inca citadel.
Iran on Monday denied any link with the attacker of British author Salman Rushdie but blamed the writer himself for "insulting" Islam in the novel "The Satanic Verses."
A carriage horse collapsed in New York City amid high temperatures. The horse's driver can be seen flogging the distressed animal and repeatedly telling it to "get up," as the animal lies on the asphalt.
Intense heat this summer has set records in the U.S., with some regions topping 110 degrees. Utah residents suffered through 16 straight days of triple-digit heat 鈥 the longest such stretch in the 125 years that records have been kept.
By mid-century, a third of Americans will live in dangerously hot areas, report predicts
A family-owned chocolate company with Caribbean roots is serving customers in the South Bronx making sure no matter how neighborhoods change deep roots and pride can keep island flavors alive.
The U.S. Humane Society is carrying out its largest animal rescue ever as it removes 4,000 beagles from a Virginia breeding operation that鈥檚 accused of violating animal welfare laws.
This month marks a year since the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. CBS News鈥 @ImtiazTyab has more on how the country has fared since the withdrawal.
The U.S. government is warning Americans to reconsider travel to border cities as Mexico deploys thousands of troops to de-escalate gang violence.
A Palestinian gunman opened fire at a bus near Jerusalem's Old City, wounding eight people including a pregnant woman, whose baby did not survive.
Ukrainian military officials told CBS News that troops are preparing an all-out assault to recapture Kherson, the only regional capital Russia has conquered since the invasion began nearly six months ago.
A man drove his car into a barrier near the U.S. Capitol early Sunday morning and opened fire before fatally shooting himself, police said.
The White House said it had no previous knowledge of the FBI鈥檚 search of former President Donald Trump鈥檚 Florida home, but lawmakers and the former president have mixed reactions regarding the search.
Federal authorities are warning of an increase in threats to law enforcement officials following the FBI's search of former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home.
Here's a look at the top stories coming up tonight on the CBS Weekend News with @lilialuciano
Minor league baseball players often live paycheck to paycheck, even staying with host families. Some players for the Schaumburg Boomers live in a retirement community in the Chicago suburbs as they chase their big league dreams.
A new, highly contagious avian flu is sweeping through wild bird populations and ravaging poultry farms as scientists work to contain the outbreak.
New data from the U.S. Department of Labor shows that inflation may have peaked, giving travelers a break from higher airfares as the summer travel season fades and fuel prices drop.
As more students across the country return to school next week, school districts nationwide continue to struggle with having enough bus drivers behind the wheel.
Hundreds of Black retired NFL players are now eligible for part of the league's $1 billion concussion settlement two years after a pair of former players sued the organization over its dementia test.
Record temperatures in Europe are leading to unprecedented droughts and wildfires across the continent, and some parts have introduced restrictions to combat the weather conditions.
A search warrant unsealed this week revealed that FBI agents removed more than 20 boxes and binders, including 11 sets of highly classified documents from former President Donald Trump's Mar-A-Lago estate.
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