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Afghan president Hamid Karzai has announced he is suspending security talks with the U.S., due to Afghan officials' concerns about planned peace talks between the U.S. and the Taliban. Just hours after announcing their intention to engage in the talks, the Taliban took responsibility for killing 4 American soldiers. Charlie D'Agata reports.
"CBS This Morning" takes a look at some of the day's headlines from around the globe.
More than 50,000 demonstrators, protesting high taxes, high prices, and a corrupt government packed the streets of Sao Paulo. The demonstrations were initially triggered by a hike in public transportation fares. In some cities, the fares have been reversed. Norah O'Donnell reports.
Craig admires Angie Harmon's jewelery.
Craig's Monologue for June 18th, 2013.
Allie LaForce and Doug Gottlieb talk about what the woman who is looking to be the first NFL female referee for the 2014 season. Watch "Lead Off" - Weekdays at Midnight ET on CBS Sports Network.
Former Terps center Alex Len could go no. 1 to Cleveland Cavaliers. Allie LaForce and Doug Gottlieb have the story. Watch "Lead Off" - Weekdays at Midnight ET on CBS Sports Network.
Allie LaForce and Doug Gottlieb discuss the possibility of retired international soccer star David Beckham becoming a field goal kicker for the NFL. Watch "Lead Off" - Weekdays at Midnight ET on CBS Sports Network.
Allie LaForce and Doug Gottlieb talk NBA as the Clippers end negotiation talks with the Celtics for Doc Rivers and Kevin Garnett. Watch "Lead Off" - Weekdays at Midnight ET on CBS Sports Network.
Zach Galligan talks 'Gremlins.'