What Mattered Today: September 5, 2019

Today, floodwaters, wind and tornadoes hit the Carolinas as the Bahamas death toll rose, takeaways from the 2020 candidates' stances on climate change, and the Trump administration proposed overhauling the housing market. Plus, U.S.-China trade talks will resume in October, Michigan State was fined a record $4.5M over the Larry Nassar abuse scandal, and Vitamin E was examined as a possible vaping contaminant. Catch up on these and more headlines.

What Mattered Today: September 5, 2019