National Headlines 1-10-18

Poll: Nearly half of voters say Trump exoneration is likely in 2018 (Politico)

Trump attacks Feinstein over release of testimony on Russia probe, calls for GOP to ‘take control’ (Washington Post)

Dianne Feinstein Says Someone ‘Pressured’ Her To Release Fusion GPS Transcripts, Backtracks (Daily Wire)

Supreme Court seems skeptical of blocking Ohio law that removes voters from rolls (Washington Post)

Anthony Weiner, Huma Abedin opt to settle divorce out of court to spare young son embarrassment (New York Daily News)

Trump Renews Pledge to ‘Take a Strong Look’ at Libel Laws (New York Times)

Democratic Leader in State Senate Accused of Sexual Misconduct (New York Times)

5 Mexican states get highest US ‘do not travel’ warning (ABC News)

Lavish Obama Center hits mounting opposition in Chicago as profs blast plans, ‘socially regressive’ ideas (FOX News)

Senators want ‘massive’ fines for data breaches at Equifax and other credit reporting firms (Los Angeles Times)

Jack in the Box CEO Says It ‘Makes Sense’ to Consider Replacing Human Cashiers with Robots If Wages Rise (Slate)