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Justice for J6: What to know about Saturday’s rally for those arrested in the Capitol riots

The “Justice for J6” rally begins at noon at Union Square, a public park near the Capitol Reflecting Pool. Organizers are expecting around 700 attendees.
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Queen Elizabeth II Cancels Trip On Medical Advice
Queen Elizabeth II is in "good spirits" after pulling out of a rare overseas trip after medical advice to rest, Buckingham Palace said.
In the cruise industry, she's a trailblazer. On TikTok, she's @captainkatemccue. Meet Captain Kate.
USA TODAY chatted with Kate McCue, the first and only female American captain of a major cruise ship, about her career and making a life in cruising.
'Always an Astro,' but rarely a hero, Jason Castro finally takes a star turn in ALCS Game 4
Astros backup catcher Jason Castro's career began in Houston in 2010. He left in 2017, but is back now and had the biggest hit of his career in win.
Inside the financial struggles caused by the coronavirus pandemic
A record number of Americans filed for unemployment last week as millions feel the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Jericka Duncan speaks to a few of these everyday Americans who lost their jobs due to the pandemic, talking to them about how they their families, and their colleagues are dealing with financial struggles and the uncertainty of their own careers.
Trump at odds with U.S. governors on end to pandemic precautions
As the Trump administration's 15-day "slow the spread" initiative comes to an end on Monday, the president told governors that he is planning to categorize every county in America as high, medium or low risk as part of his push to reopen the economy sooner. The goal was met with resistance by medical experts as well as an increasing number of governors who are issuing shelter-in-place or stay-at-home orders as the virus spreads. Paula Reid reports on how the administration is dealing with the outbreak from the White House.
US stocks are sleepy
Here's the latest news on what stocks are doing.
What to Expect From the 'American Horror Story' Season 10 Finale
"American Horror Story: Double Feature" is set to end on Wednesday, October 20, with the finale of the "Death Valley" arc.
Newlywed Couple Tragically Killed Just Two Days After Their Wedding
Jessiah Plemons and Lily Rose had also taken in the groom's old sister's two young children, aged two and five, prior to their sad passing.
NYC to announce vaccine mandate for municipal workers: Source
The move comes after certain workers had been required to be vaccinated.
How Sabrina Spellman's 'Riverdale' Season 6 Crossover Will Work
"Riverdale"s Season 6 has been confirmed to start with Kiernan Shipka playing Sabrina Spellman in a "CAOS" crossover – but what exactly will she be doing during the "Rivervale" event?
Southwest and American Are Making a Dangerous Mandate Mistake
The airlines are spinelessly softening their original demands that all employees be inoculated against Covid-19.
A Party Without Purpose | Opinion
Despite labeling themselves the party of the working class for half a decade, most Republicans still do not share the same values their voters do.
5 things to know for October 20: Covid, Congress, Capitol riot, supply chain, Haiti
Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and On with Your Day.
Queen Elizabeth II cancels trip, advised to rest for a few days
Tributes Paid to 'Dragon Ball' Voice Actor Chris Ayres After His Death Aged 56
Chris Ayres was best known for voicing "Dragon Ball" character Frieza.
In-N-Out Burger clashes with San Francisco over vaccine mandate: 'We refuse to become the vaccination police’
As San Francisco requires proof of vaccination to dine indoors, In-N-Out Burger is refusing to become the "vaccination police."
Woman Asks Hinge Matches for Their Most Controversial Opinion and They Don't Disappoint
"Men and women are never going to be equal… It's simple biology. Socially, yes, we can be equal, but physically no."
'Nature' celebrates 40 years of documenting wildlife
Fred Kaufman, executive producer of long-running PBS show "Nature," discusses how the series has evolved - and captured climate change - over the last four decades. (Oct. 20)
Abcarian: If you can't save money, time and the planet with Uber and Lyft, then what is the point?
Good news for taxi drivers: App-based ride services like Uber and Lyft have failed us miserably.
What Biden told lawmakers at the White House
And it's a unanimous committee vote to hold Steve Bannon in contempt.
Handing out midseason awards for 2021 college football season
An eventful college football season has completed Week 7, which means its time to start handing out first-half awards for players, coaches and teams.
Oklahoma's Caleb Williams makes his debut in Week 7 college football quarterback rankings
After playing limited minutes in his team's first five games, Oklahoma's Caleb Williams is in the top 10 of the Week 7 quarterback rankings.
White House under pressure to act on voting rights, but it's not ready to blow up the filibuster
The White House is under mounting pressure to get results on voting rights legislation, but sources tell CNN the Biden administration still isn't ready to try to jam it through the Senate by force -- even though the Senate's latest voting bill is expected to falter yet again on Wednesday.
Burger spot says it won't be 'vaccination police'
San Francisco temporarily shut down an In-N-Out hamburger restraurant's indoor dining, because it didn't comply with a rule to check the COVID-19 vaccination status of customers. In-N-Out called the rule "intrusive and offensive." (Oct. 20)
Op-Ed: Sure, resolve to stage more plays by women. It still won't make up for all we've lost
May the season of the female and nonbinary playwright at Center Theater Group mark a new beginning for women who've continued to write no matter what.
An Army vet falsely claimed he was paralyzed. He got $1 million in payouts — and spent some on a BMW, feds say.
Veterans Affairs gave William Rich funds to buy a specially adapted car for his alleged leg paralysis. He used it to buy a BMW instead, feds say.
Off-duty D.C. police officer fires gun to thwart armed carjacking in Georgetown
Police said one suspect is in custody and the gun was found.
End gerrymandering: Senate can safeguard democracy by outlawing partisan redistricting
Dozens of states still do not have redistricting commissions. In several, 1 party controls the legislature. Quickest solution is for Congress to act.
When Was the Last Time Japan's Mount Aso Erupted and How Active Is the Volcano?
The Aso Volcano has been erupting sporadically for decades, according to the NASA Earth Observatory website.
Fact Check: Jen Psaki's Claim on Police Officer COVID Deaths
The White House press secretary referred to COVID deaths among police officers when discussing vaccine mandates.
Why 'independent' redistricting commissions don't really end gerrymandering
National Republican Redistricting Trust: Even when redistricting commissioners are genuinely nonpartisan, biased voices aren't shut out entirely.
Netflix's 'Cowboy Bebop' Cast: Every Actor in the New Live-Action Remake
The Netflix adaptation of Shinichirō Watanabe's sci-fi anime "Cowboy Bebop" is set to be released on November 19.
Student loan forgiveness is a lot closer for some borrowers, and they are pumped
Thousands of teachers, nurses and other public servants are learning they could have some of their federal student loan debts erased months — and even years — earlier than expected.
Commentary: Julio Urías set to start NLCS Game 4 for Dodgers, ready or not
The Dodgers have made 20-game winner Julio Urias more of a utility pitcher, and he is set to go on two days' rest for Game 4 of the NLCS.
Los Angeles Turns Supply-Chain Mess Into Biggest Covid Rebound
The area’s employment growth and performance in the stock market has topped its U.S. peers.
Meghan McCain reveals biggest regret -- and it has nothing to do with 'The View'
EXCLUSIVE -- Conservative firebrand Meghan McCain doesn’t regret walking away from "The View," or standing up for what she believes in. However, the "Bad Republican" author has one regret that has nothing to do with television, politics or ideology.
How the controversy over Dave Chappelle’s special put Netflix on blast
When it comes to the controversy surrounding Dave Chappelle's "The Closer," Netflix seems to not only have a blind spot, but to have hit a nerve affecting both employees and boldfacers.
Sen. Josh Hawley: America under Joe Biden is a land of scarcity and want
Long a land of abundance, the United States has become a land of scarcity under President Joe Biden.
Don’t put your kids on the title of your home. There’s a better way for them to inherit the property.
REAL ESTATE MATTERS | In a nutshell, it might be better for your mom to put the home in a living trust that allows her to control the home while she is alive and allow you to inherit the home through the trust upon her death.
Fiona Hill testified against Trump. Now she’s worried Biden isn’t doing enough to save democracy.
A former Trump administration official issues a stark warning.
As White House tries to finalize vaccine mandate, dozens of groups seek last-minute meetings
Companies like Walt Disney and industry groups have sought more clarity, while others have sought to slow the process.
Editorial: 'Forever chemicals' are everywhere. It's time to rein them in
PFAS or "forever chemicals" break down slowly in the environment and have been linked to several negative health effects. It's good that the U.S. EPA is taking steps to regulate them, as California has done.
Take a Walk in the Garden, Before It’s Too Late
Go out and look around. Your garden has things to tell you in the fall.
Former CIA analyst David McCloskey on Syria conflict
Michael Morell talks with former CIA analyst David McCloskey about how policy decisions made during the Obama administration paved the way for realities on the ground today.
Letters to the Editor: Common Core, phone addiction and other reasons kids are learning less
Readers suggest reasons for the drop in student test scores, including the adoption of new curriculums and attention spans shorted by technology.
Sharon D Clarke Is Ready to Bring Change to Broadway in 'Caroline or Change'
"It's all about change and how far we've come. How change has to be less talk and more action," Sharon D Clarke tells Newsweek about her star-making turn as Caroline Thibodeaux in the revival of the musical 'Caroline or Change.'