California, Sessions, Asia: 5 things that happened Tuesday

U.S. President Donald Trump waves goodbye as he enters Air Force One after participating in the East Asia Summit, Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017, in Manila, Philippines. Trump finished a five country trip through Asia visiting Japan, South Korea, China, Vietnam and the Philippines. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Looking to get caught up on the news, fast? Here are five things that happened Tuesday, covered by the local Sinclair stations you trust every day.

1. 4 dead in California shooting

Four were killed and more wounded after a gunman opened fire at random sites across northern California -- including an elementary school.

2. Sessions testifies in congressional hearing

At a hearing where congressional investigators pressed Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Russian involvement in the 2016 election, he displayed an uncharacteristically poor memory, responding "I do not recall" to multiple questions.

3. FDA approves first digital pill

The Federal Drug Administration approved the first digital pill, which will allow doctors to track if their patients are actually taking their prescribed medication.

4. Lawmakers detail sexual assault allegations

After two congresswomen detailed sexual misconduct by multiple male colleagues, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan announced that all members of the House of Representatives and their staff would be required to complete anti-harassment training.

The revelations were the latest to shake the political world, as Senate candidate Roy Moore stands accused of sexually assaulting multiple minors while a district attorney in Alabama.

5. Trump's Asia trip poorly reviewed

As President Donald Trump wraps up his trip to Asia, experts diverged from the commander in chief on whether the tour was a diplomatic success.

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