National Headlines 4-2-18

Third Mexican town welcomes migrant ‘caravan,’ 400 miles closer to US (Washington Examiner)

IRS audits fewest tax returns in 15 years amid pressure from Congress to scale back enforcement (Washington Times)

Mueller Found a Very Dishonest Way to Shroud His Investigation in Secrecy (Law & Crime)

Rep. Esty won’t seek reelection after mishandling harassment allegations (Politico)

Trump administration moves on two fronts to challenge California environmental protections (Los Angeles Times)

Teachers Swarm Kentucky Capitol To Protest Pension Changes, School Budget Cuts (HuffPost)

Looming China Trade Action Divides Industry and Roils Markets (New York Times)

Trump declares DACA ‘dead,’ calls for border legislation using ‘nuclear option’ (Associated Press)

Can The Boom Last in Trump Country? (Wall Street Journal)

Facebook Keeps Saying ‘Trust Us’: Is It Finally Time To Say No More? (Forbes)

Weaken Consumer Bureau, Its Chief Requests in First Report to Congress (New York Times)