The use of gangs is a common tactic in mainland China to substitute for the use of police, and latest incident may mark escalation of Hong Kong chaos
Iran claims to break up a CIA spy ring, as Britain holds an emergency meeting about a British-flagged tanker captured by Iranian commandos. Also, the embattled governor of Puerto Rico is refusing to resign in the face of growing protests. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.
Our latest CBS News Battleground Tracker poll finds most Americans disagree with President Trump's recent controversial tweets about four progressive lawmakers. 59% say they disagree with his tweets and 40% agree. The split is along partisan lines. Weijia Jiang reports.
Some consumers who have shared their bad experiences have wound up in court; the FTC is now cracking down on businesses that put gag clauses in their consumer contracts
At least two deaths are being blamed on a brutal heat that stifled much of the country. More than a half dozen record-high temperatures were broken or tied in the eastern U.S. on Saturday and Sunday. Cooler temperatures are on the way, but it comes at the cost of severe weather. Meg Oliver reports.
Shinzo Abe says he wants to learn more about Washington's intentions before deciding if or how Japan can cooperate
The governor of Puerto Rico says he's not stepping down right now, despite days of protests. Governor Ricardo Rosselló announced Sunday night he will not seek re-election, but stopped short of resigning. He faces backlash after details of an obscenity-laced online chat involving him became public. David Begnaud reports.