Roundup: 'Barbie' Hits $1 Billion at Box Office; Julie Ertz Retires From USWNT; Penguins Trade For Erik Karlsson

The European Premiere of Barbie in London
The European Premiere of Barbie in London / Anadolu Agency/GettyImages

U.S. eliminated at World Cup ... Train derailment kills at least 30 in Pakistan ... Italy wants to walk back its embrace of China ... Stock futures inch higher heading into new week ... "Barbie" surpassed $1 billion at the global box office ... Ukraine strikes two bridges connected to occupied Crimea ... California's Joshua trees face the threat of fire ... "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" and "Meg 2" opened bigger than expected ... "The Fugitive" turns 30 ... Julie Ertz retires from USWNT after World Cup heartbreak ... Jake Paul beat Nate Diaz by unanimous decision ... Jose Ramirez had words for Tim Anderson after fight ... Penguins acquire Erik Karlsson from Sharks ... Latest NFL rumors ...

What went wrong for the USWNT? [Sports Illustrated]

What's next for USWNT after early World Cup exit? [CBS Sports]

How will the 2024 Big Ten schedule play out? [The Athletic]

Death of the Pac-12 marks point of no return for college sports [The Ringer]

What the best place in America have in common [The Atlantic]

RIP Pac-12 After Dark [The Big Lead]

The full penalty shootout from USWNT's loss to Sweden at the World Cup.

Highlights from Arsenal's penalty kicks win over Manchester City in the Community Shield match.

Zoe Saldana on her career highlights.

A thread about The Fugitive as it hits 30 years old.

Blink-182 -- "Anthem Part Two" (Live in Chicago)