What Mattered Today: October 18, 2019

NASA celebrated its first all-female spacewalk, President Trump nominated ex-lobbyist Dan Brouillette to replace outgoing Rick Perry as energy secretary, and Johnson & Johnson recalled some baby powder over asbestos concerns. Plus, Syrian Kurds began evacuating as Turkey's tentative cease-fire begins, U.S. convicts brother of Honduran president on drug trafficking, and FAA blasts Boeing for withholding texts from their investigation. Read about these and more of today's top headlines.

    What Mattered Today: October 18, 2019

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