What Mattered Today: August 29, 2019

Today, the criminal case against Jeffrey Epstein was dismissed due to his death, the EPA announced plans to reverse limits on methane gas emissions, and the DOJ said James Comey violated FBI policy in leaking memos. Plus, Hurricane Dorian took aim at Florida, backlash ensued over U.K.'s suspension of parliament, and Mozilla's CEO resigned. Catch up on the latest news headlines here.

    What Mattered Today: August 29, 2019

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