What Mattered Today: October 4, 2019

Ukraine's new chief prosecutor will "audit" Biden case as texts revealed U.S. diplomats pressured for an investigation and House Democrats requested documents from Vice President Pence, Microsoft alleged that Iran tried to hack a 2020 campaign, and the U.S. economy added 136,000 jobs in September. Plus, pioneering actress Diahann Carroll died at age 84, Hong Kong banned face masks at protests, and Disney banned Netflix ads from most of its networks. Catch up on the day's top headlines here.

What Mattered Today: October 4, 2019

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