Quickly catch up on the day's news: Wednesday, October 18

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell attends the game between the Jacksonville Jaguars and Houston Texans in September.

(CNN)Here's what you might have missed on CNN today:

-- President Trump engaged in another public feud today, this time with a Florida congresswoman over his response to the ambush that left four US soldiers dead in Niger. The congresswoman claimed that in a phone call, Trump told the widow of one of the servicemen killed that "he knew what he signed up for, but I guess it still hurt." Trump said that claim was "fabricated." A family member of the soldier called the congresswoman's account "very accurate."
-- Trump blasted the bipartisan health care bill that would extend Obamacare subsidies, after praising it on Tuesday. Here's what that means.
-- Attorney General Jeff Sessions faced tough questions from his former colleagues on the Senate judiciary committee, forcing him to once again repeatedly deny any improper contacts with the Russian government during the presidential campaign.
    -- Slightly more than half of Americans oppose the President's recent tax reform proposals, according to a CNN poll. One-third say they support the plan.
    -- After a second day of meetings about protests in the NFL, Commissioner Roger Goodell said players who protest aren't trying to be "disrespectful to the flag." Although the league still believes they should stand, Goodell didn't commit to changing the league's policy to require it.
    -- Three people were killed and two others were wounded in a shooting at a Maryland business. The suspect, Radee Labeeb Prince, is also a suspect in another shooting in Wilmington, Delaware, a Maryland sheriff said.
    -- China's President Xi Jinping laid out a sweeping vision for the country as he kicked off a weeklong pivotal meeting of the Communist Party's ruling elite. The meeting is expected to formally grant Xi a second five-year term.
    -- It has been one month since Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico. About 1 million Americans are still without running water. Three million are without power. This is what life is like on the island.