Here's a look at the week ahead on our "Sunday Morning" Calendar:
Monday sees the 20th anniversary of the publication in Britain of J.K. Rowling's first Harry Potter book. The first American edition was published in September of 1998.
- Harry Potter at Scholastic.com
- Pottermore (from J.K. Rowling)
- Follow @HarryPotterFilm on Twitter
Tuesday is National HIV Testing Day.
- National HIV Testing Day (June 27) (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
- Information on being tested
- Find an HIV Testing event near you
- HIV Basics (CDC)
On Wednesday, comedian and filmmaker Mel Brooks celebrates his 91st birthday.
To hear an excerpt from Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner's "2000 Year Old Man," click on the player below.
On Thursday, President Trump welcomes South Korean President Moon Jae-in to the White House.
- Complete CBS News coverage: North Korea tensions
Friday is World Asteroid Day -- a day to raise awareness of the hundreds of thousands of asteroids that have the potential to impact Earth.
- Planetary Defense Coordination Office (NASA)
- New developments in U.S. plan against rogue asteroids ("CBS This Morning," 10/04/14)
To watch the prologue of Lars von Trier's "Melancholia," in which Earth collides with another heavenly body, click on the video player below.
And Saturday sees the start of the 104th Tour de France bicycle race, a roughly 2,200-mile marathon that ends in Paris on July 23.
- Tour de France 2017 (Official site)