National Headlines 10-11-17

Trump suggests challenging TV network licenses over ‘fake news’ (Reuters)

An old-school pharmacy hand-delivers drugs to Congress, a little-known perk for the powerful (STAT)

Pope wants Catholic opposition to death penalty increased (AFP)

Harvey Weinstein’s wife is leaning on Huma Abedin (Page Six)

Trump’s Justice Department moves on Harvey Weinstein and orders FBI to open probe over fears he will ‘do a Polanski’ (Daily Mail)

The Tax Reform Tipping Point (U.S. News & World Report)

‘Confidence in our country is back,’ Trump says as he promotes tax reform plan (CBS News)

Conservatives Want to Make Mitch McConnell the Symbol of a Toxic Washington (New York Times)

Kirstjen Nielsen, White House Aide, Is Picked to Run Homeland Security (New York Times)

Democrat stops just short of forcing House vote on Trump’s impeachment (Washington Post)

Las Vegas shooting survivor files lawsuit against bump stock maker, MGM Resorts over deadly attack (New York Daily News)