Microsoft buys game maker Activision Blizzard for about $70B
Microsoft is paying the enormous sum of nearly $70 billion for Activision Blizzard, the maker of Candy Crush and Call of Duty, a deal that would immediately make it a larger video-game company than Nintendo while raising questions about the deal’s possible anti-competitive effects.
Cold case team shines new light on betrayal of Anne Frank
A cold case team that combed through evidence for five years in a bid to unravel one of World War II’s enduring mysteries has reached what it calls the “most likely scenario” of who betrayed Jewish teenage diarist Anne Frank and her family.
Prince Harry files court claim over UK police protection
Prince Harry has filed a claim for a judicial review against the British government’s decision not to let him personally pay for police protection while in the U.K. The Duke of Sussex’s legal representative said Saturday that Harry wants to bring his children Archie and Lilibet to visit his home country from the U.S. but that is too risky without police protection.
Film armorer blames ammo supplier in deadly 'Rust' shooting
A new lawsuit accuses an ammunition supplier of creating dangerous conditions on a movie set where a gun held by actor Alec Baldwin killed a cinematographer, by including live ammunition in a box that was supposed to include only dummy rounds.
Eye on entertainment: Queen Elizabeth checks out another 'Throne'
Eye on entertainment: Queen Elizabeth checks out another 'Throne' Queen Elizabeth visited the set of "Game of Thrones" in Northern Ireland, and Angelina Jolie makes a big announcement. Wendy Gillette reports on the day's top entertainment stories.cbsnews.com