National Headlines 10-12-17

San Juan mayor accuses Trump of ‘genocide’ after hurricane (Washington Times)

Congress warned North Korean EMP attack would kill ‘90% of all Americans’ (Washington Examiner)

Bossier sheriff to boycott NFL sponsor Ford due to anthem protests (Shreveport Times)

With cannabis legalization around the corner, Los Angeles contemplates another dumb move (Los Angeles Times)

California secessionists think their path to independence is easier than Catalonia’s (McClatchy)

McCain could give the same thumbs-down to a tax overhaul as he did to health care (Washington Post)

Trump to end key ACA subsidies, a move that will threaten the law’s marketplaces (Washington Post)

Planned Sanders appearance at women’s convention draws fire (The Hill)

Missouri pol apologized for hoping for Trump assassination. Now, she compares him to Hitler (Post-Dispatch)

Amazon Studios’ Roy Price Suspended Amid Sexual Harassment Claims (Deadline)

Google Unveils Job Training Initiative With $1 Billion Pledge (New York Times)