What Mattered Today: September 27, 2019

Three U.S. House panels issued subpoenas to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for documents about Ukraine dealings, Puerto Rico filed a long-awaited debt reduction plan, and a Senate report accused the NRA of being a "foreign asset" to Russia. Plus, Sony and Disney came to an agreement over rights to "Spider-Man" films, Saudi Arabia opened to tourists, and a snowstorm is set to slam the western U.S. this weekend. Catch up on these and more top headlines from today.

What Mattered Today: September 27, 2019

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