What Mattered Today: August 28, 2019

Today, Puerto Rico and the southeastern U.S. prepared for Hurricane Dorian to make landfall, Purdue Pharma sought to settle opioid lawsuits, and the United Kingdom's Prime Minister Boris Johnson moved to suspend Parliament in order to block opposition to Brexit. Plus, New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand ended her presidential campaign, Georgia GOP Senator Johnny Isakson announced his retirement, and Facebook tightened political ad rules. Catch up on these news headlines and more.

What Mattered Today: August 28, 2019