National Headlines 1-29-18

FBI’s Andrew McCabe leaving deputy director job amid internal investigation (Washington Post)

House Intel committee votes to release Nunes memo on FBI (CNN)

Sanders Backs Out of Interview After Failing to Dictate Conditions (Seven Days)

Gillibrand Softens Tone On Clinton Sex Scandals (Daily Caller)

Trump Jr. Hits At Hillary Clinton’s ‘Fire And Fury’ Grammy Cameo (NPR)

Top DNC official out after less than a year on the job (NBC News)

Patti Solis Doyle says she was ‘overruled’ after recommending Clinton fire adviser accused of sexual harassment (FOX News)

With Stocks Surging, Americans Are Saving at 12-Year Low (Wall Street Journal)

Sales are up for companies, and so are wages, survey says (Associated Press)

Exxon Mobil announces $35 billion in new US investments over 5 years, citing tax reform (CNBC)

White House says there are ‘no decisions’ yet on 5G network (The Hill)