What Mattered Today: September 25, 2019

The White House released a summary of President Trump's controversial call with the Ukrainian president, the U.S. signed a trade deal with Japan and a migration deal with Honduras, and the United Nations issued a new climate change report. Plus, Juul's CEO steps down and the company halts ads in the U.S. following health concerns, employer-health insurance costs skyrocket, and 17 states sue to protect the Endangered Species Act. Catch up on these major headlines and more from today.

    What Mattered Today: September 25, 2019

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