What Mattered Today: October 22, 2019

Russia and Turkey agreed to a power-sharing agreement over Syria that would see Kurdish forces expelled from the border, the top U.S. diplomat to the Ukraine testified that President Trump sought a quid pro quo in Ukraine, and two far-right Proud Boys were sentenced for beating protesters outside a Republican event. Plus, 47 states signed onto an antitrust investigation of Facebook, WeWork's board approved a SoftBank takeover, and actress Lori Loughlin faces additional charges in the college admissions scandal. Read these and more of today's top headlines.

What Mattered Today: October 22, 2019