National Headlines 4-11-17

North Korea state media warns of nuclear strike if provoked as U.S. warships approach (Reuters)

U.S. Says Russia Tried to Cover Up Syria Sarin Attack (Wall Street Journal)

Sessions tells prosecutors to bring more cases against those entering US illegally (Washington Post)

Partisan battles over nominees pose ‘real danger’ for Supreme Court, chief justice says (Washington Post)

Will Trump be roasted at White House Correspondents’ Dinner? (Politico)

Tom Marino set to serve as White House drug czar (Washington Post)

Venezuela default could expose U.S. oil infrastructure to Russian control, lawmakers warn (MarketWatch)

Google Wants Women to Just Trust That It Pays Them the Same as Men (Gizmodo)

GOP’s Dodd-Frank rewrite would strip consumer bureau of power (The Hill)

Investors seek safety on rising U.S. tensions with Russia, Syria, North Korea (Reuters)

Here’s how the Syrian conflict could actually send oil prices lower (CNBC)