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"CBS Evening News" headlines for Sunday, July 1, 2018

Here's a look at the top stories making headlines on the "CBS Evening News" with Elaine Quijano.

"Craziest thing ever": Wave-like "shelf cloud" caught on camera

A wave-like cloud that was spotted barreling toward the shore in Au Train, Michigan, has been identified as a shelf cloud

"Hero" dog suffers rattlesnake bite defending owner on hike

The golden retriever, named Todd, became a hero Friday when he jumped between his owner and a rattlesnake about to strike

Mass stabbing suspect targeted 3-year-old's birthday party

Timmy Kinner, 30, was charged with nine counts of aggravated battery and six counts of injury to a child

Total lunar eclipse to happen in July 2018

The longest lunar eclipse of the century will happen on July 27, 2018, but you may need to travel far to see it

Thieves drain bank account of country's oldest veteran

Richard Overton, 112, is believed to be the oldest living man and veteran in the U.S.

How a comedian's prank call was allegedly patched through to the president

The "Stuttering John" podcast reached out to the White House pretending to be Sen. Bob Menendez -- and the podcaster claims it worked

48 babies born in 41 hours at Texas hospital

The nursery at a Texas hospital has never been as full as it has in the last 41 hours. Forty-eight babies arrived in less than two days. CBS Dallas/Fort Worth reporter Gilma Avalos reports on the baby

Deaf puppy rescued from 50-foot hole

A deaf 7-week-old foster puppy named Toffee was stuck in a 50-foot hole in Huntsville, Alabama. After more than 30 hours, the puppy was rescued by a local fire department who saw the story on the news

Bus driver returns purse with $8,000 inside

After he found a purse with thousands of dollars in cash inside, a shuttle driver's act of kindness saved a family's vacation in Massachusetts, but he says he wouldn't have done the same in the past

John Mellencamp: Life goes on

Jane Pauley profiles rocker and fellow Hoosier John Mellencamp, who explains why he is driven to make music and paint portraits. (This story was originally broadcast on July 2, 2017.)

Nature: Eagles

We leave you this Sunday Morning before the Fourth of July in Berks County, Pennsylvania, where our national bird, the eagle, flies free. Videographer: Carl Mrozek.

Bar backs down after backlash over ban on "MAGA" hats

A bar in the Lincoln Park area of Chicago is banning "Make America Great Again" hats, saying it wants to "keep it classy"

Calendar: Week of July 2

From World UFO Day to Independence Day, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.

By The Numbers: The July Fourth holiday

As we head into Independence Day celebrations, Jane Pauley looks at some data on the holiday.

Second chance at love

Jeff and Angela are in that getting-to-know-you stage of their relationship. But unlike most couples going through this discovery period, Jeff and Angela Hartung are married – and have been for the

Passage: The Capital Gazette

It's been a weekend of mourning in Annapolis, Md., where five staffers of The Capital Gazette newspaper were slain. Jane Pauley reports.

The sweet and sour history of ketchup

There's a lot you don't know about that most popular of condiments, ketchup - its origin, its manufacture, and (as Luke Burbank finds out) why some people who spot a ketchup bottle see red.

Jim Gaffigan on that other Jim Gaffigan

The comedian and "Sunday Morning" contributor investigates a case of identity theft.

Ketchup, a sweet and sour love story

But not everyone loves the ubiquitous condiment that seems to go with everything