National Headlines 7-11-17

Democrats intentionally used disinformation from Russia to attack Trump, campaign aides (Washington Times)

Amid Defeats, ISIS Shifts Narrative From Invincibility to Victimization (Free Beacon)

Between Trump and Dems, a center lane opens (CBS News)

Sources: Cohn is Trump’s top candidate to replace Yellen at Fed (Politico)

Paying Professors: Inside Google’s Academic Influence Campaign (Wall Street Journal)

Delaying August Recess, Senate Republicans To Release Updated Health Care Bill (NPR)

US THAAD missile defenses hit test target as North Korea tension rises (Reuters)

Majority of Republicans say colleges have negative impact on country, poll says (USA Today)

Seattle is sticking it to the rich with a tax on the wealthy — in a state with no income tax (Los Angeles Times)

Trump administration limits government use of Kaspersky Lab software (Reuters)

Controversial Alaskan gold mine could be revived under Trump’s EPA (Washington Post)