What Mattered Today: October 2, 2019

House Democrats announced plans to subpoena the White House over Trump's dealings with Ukraine, Bernie Sanders cancelled upcoming campaign events after undergoing heart surgery, and the U.S. prepared to levy $7.5 billion in tariffs against the European Union. Plus, ex-Dallas officer Amber Guyger sentenced to 10 years in prison for fatal shooting of her neighbor, Microsoft unveiled new Surface products, and Johnson & Johnson agreed to a second multi-million dollar settlement over opioid sales. Read these and more of today's headlines here.

    What Mattered Today: October 2, 2019