National Headlines 11-27-16

Federal agencies push ‘midnight’ rule-making flurry under Obama (Christian Science Monitor)

Priebus: Trump will require ‘some movement’ from Cuba for relationship (The Hill)

Fed braces for Trump administration shake-up (The Hill)

In Tweet Flurry, President-Elect Donald Trump Calls Election Recount Efforts ‘Sad’ (NBC News)

Sheriff on pipeline protests: ‘My job is to enforce the law’ (Chicago Tribune)

Tug of War Delays Some of Donald Trump’s Key Hires (Wall Street Journal)

Trump douses White House hopes of Cruz, Rubio and others (Politico)

Tim Ryan says Dems no longer ‘a national party,’ challenging Nancy Pelosi as House minority leader (Washington Times)

Cities Vow to Fight Trump on Immigration, Even if They Lose Millions (New York Times)

Devotion, despair fill teeming North Dakota camp (Boston Globe)

Future is dim for consumer agency (Detroit News)