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US Capitol sheds 'war zone' look — is threat over? (Full show)

US National Guard operations are returning to normal, with an end to its controversial, very visible and unprecedented presence in Washington, DC. Does its withdrawal from Washington signal an end to the perceived threat of insurrection? Rick Sanchez explains. Then RT America's Faran Fronczak joins live with the details from outside the US Capitol. Then Ameshia Cross of "Watching the Hawks" and Ed Martin of Phyllis Schlafly Eagles share their insights.

China has told the US and South Korea not to “play with fire” after the two countries release a joint statement which mentions what China calls “purely domestic” issues that concern “China’s sovereignty and territorial integrity”. RT America's Alex Mihailovich reports.

When a bomb-threat and forced landing of a RyanAir plane in Belarus led to the arrest of journalist and political activist Roman Protasevich, who faces up to 12 years in prison for “terrorist” and “extremist” activities, US and EU authorities jumped to demand his release.

But in 2013, they had no qualms about the forced landing in Austria of a plane carrying President Evo Morales of Bolivia on the suspicion that it also carried famous NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. RT America’s Ben Swann has the details for the News with Rick Sanchez.

Nearly half of parents polled in the US say their kids become bored when playing outside. What is this world coming to? Comedian Lee Camp of "Redacted Tonight" joins Rick Sanchez to weigh in.

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