Here are six things to know for today.
Texas sheriff's deputy Darren Goforth, who was shot and killed while pumping gas, will be laid to rest later today. A suspect has been arrested and charged with capital murder in connection with the shooting.
Same-sex couples will return to the Rowan County, Kentucky courthouse for the fifth time to ask for a marriage license. Only this time, jailed clerk Kim Davis will not be there to stop them after being jailed on contempt of court charges.
The government will issue the August jobs report today. A healthy employment gain in August could provide one of the final pieces of evidence the Federal Reserve needs to start raising interest rates from record lows on September 17.
Thousands of migrants are still trying to get on trains in Budapest. Some of the ones that made it on the train were forced off about 20 miles outside the city, sparking dramatic scenes of desperation.
Congressman John Shimkus of Illinois says he's running for re-election. The process of getting on the 2016 ballot has already started. Shimkus says he's passing around a petition to get on the March primary ballot.
You can get your hands on the newest Star Wars toys today. Being called "Force Friday," the new toys from the upcoming Star Wars movie will be on shelves and are sure to be a hot ticket item for the holidays.
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