National Headlines 10-30-17

The Manafort Indictment: Not Much There, and a Boon for Trump (National Review)

Manafort ordered under house arrest as his lawyer calls charges ‘ridiculous’ (CNBC)

Amid swirl of controversy, Democratic power lobbyist Tony Podesta steps down (Washington Post)

How Trump can shut down the special counsel probe (Wall Street Journal)

Benghazi suspect to face federal court trial (Associated Press)

Russia and the US send nuclear bombers to North Korea as tensions soar in row over Kim Jong-un (The Sun)

Google’s Dominance in Washington Faces a Reckoning (Wall Street Journal)

New Va. attack ad shows minority children chased by truck with Gillespie sticker, Confederate flag (ABC News)

Menendez rests defense case after judge denies mistrial request (CNN)

Trump Is Expected to Name Jerome Powell as Next Fed Chairman (New York Times)

Could taxes as high as 45% on cannabis bolster black market in California? (Cannabist)