What Mattered Today: October 1, 2019

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo refused to allow officials to testify to Congress in the impeachment inquiry, sparking accusations of more cover-ups, a federal judge ruled in Harvard's favor on a high-profile affirmative action case, and ex-Dallas cop Amber Guyger was found guilty of murdering her neighbor in his apartment. Plus, UPS got approval for the U.S.' first drone airline, a Hong Kong protester was shot as China celebrated its 70th anniversary, and the U.S. and North Korea said they would resume denuclearization talks. Catch up on these and more of today's top headlines.

What Mattered Today: October 1, 2019