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American troops being pulled from Syria aren't coming home just yet. They're going to Iraq. Pentagon chief Mark Esper says just about all of the one-thousand troops ordered out of northern Syria earlier this month are expected to move to western Iraq.        Dallas will start to clean up today after a tornado plowed a 17-mile path of destruction Sunday night. Damage is widespread across north and northeast Dallas. Authorities say there are reports of possible injuries along with downed power lines and heavy damage to homes and businesses.        Democratic presidential frontrunner Elizabeth Warren says she'll soon outline how she plans to pay for her "Medicare for All" healthcare program. At a weekend campaign stop in Iowa, Warren said over the next few weeks she'll lay out how much "Medicare for All" would cost and how she'd pay for it.        The Anti-Defamation League says 2019 is shaping up to be year of historically high anti-Semitic incidents. The Jewish civil rights organization says there were 780 anti-Semitic acts at synagogues and other Jewish institutions during the first six months of 2019. They include vandalism, arson, and distribution of white supremacist propaganda        Actress Felicity Huffman has been photographed for the first time in her prison uniform during a visit with her family. The Emmy-winner was seen on Saturday wearing a green prison jumpsuit at a federal women's prison in the San Francisco Bay Area. Huffman is six days into a 14-day sentence for her role in the college admissions scandal.       Walmart is recalling more than six-thousand pounds of sausage because of concerns about salmonella. The company announced the recall over the weekend for Great Value brand ready-to-eat sausage sold nationwide with sell-by dates between October 24th and November 5th.