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Vice President Mike Pence's national security adviser says he found "nothing wrong" with President Trump's July phone call with Ukraine's leader. In a statement, retired Lieutenant General Keith Kellogg said he didn't hear anything "improper" and has no concerns. This after Pence's aide Jennifer Williams testified Tuesday in the House impeachment inquiry.        Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is pointing to a new defense analysis that suggests ISIS has been strengthened because of the U.S. withdrawal from Syria. Speaking to reporters Tuesday, the New York Democrat said President Trump has a troubled history of being played by autocratic leaders from Turkey and Russia. He called on the President to release his plan for Syria and the fight against ISIS.       The U.S. military says two U.S. service members were killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan. The military says it doesn't appear that enemy fire caused the crash, but the incident is under investigation. The names of the two people killed are being withheld while their families are notified.        A new federal bill would provide access to funding for the families of 9-11 victims. If passed, the bill will make 9-11 widows and children eligible for the U.S. Victims of State Sponsored Terrorism Fund. The bill also reopens the application period for new claims and extends the fund through 2030.       Tom Hanks isn't just playing Mister Rogers, he's also related. Access Hollywood told the actor during the premier of the Fred Rogers biopic, "A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood," that Hanks shared a common ancestor with the beloved TV icon. The outlet even provided a family tree from Ancestry.com that shows Hanks and Rogers are sixth cousins.