National Headlines 4-9-17

He lobbied for gay rights and opposed Trump — now Seattle’s mayor is accused of sexually assaulting minors (Washington Post)

Trump’s Options for North Korea Include Placing Nukes in South Korea (NBC News)

Russia and Iran say they will respond to American aggression following air strike in Syria (The Sun)

The Soviet Union fought the Cold War in Nicaragua. Now Putin’s Russia is back. (Washington Post)

Why Democrats have no regrets after McConnell’s ‘nuclear’ blast (Politico)

Trump to Bannon and Kushner: Work this out (CNN)

New York set to become first state to offer free tuition at public four-year colleges (Washington Post)

Google Denies Labor Department’s Pay Disparity Allegations (Bloomberg)

US jobs report: A tale of 2 surveys, at a glance (Associated Press)

FCC Chairman Plans Fast-Track Repeal Of Net Neutrality, Sources Say (Reuters)

Search for consensus on taxes veers into unexpected corners (Associated Press)