National Headlines 5-13-18

Peace talks ignite land buying frenzy along South Korea’s fortified border (Reuters)

With an eye on 2020, Democrats jockey to define their party, and gain an advantage (Washington Post)

Federal Tax Cuts Leave States in a Bind (CNBC)

These 95 Apartments Promised Affordable Rent in San Francisco. Then 6,580 People Applied. (New York Times)

Ivanka Trump arrives in Israel ahead of US Embassy opening (Ynet)

Trump’s peace plan is stalled, but he’s bringing Israel and Gulf states closer (Axios)

Controversial US pastors to take part in embassy opening in Jerusalem (CNN)

Ryan, GOP scramble to win support for controversial farm bill (The Hill)

Trump pledges to help Chinese phone maker ZTE ‘get back into business’ (Washington Post)

After Dick’s banned all ‘assault-style’ firearms, the free market responded in a powerful way (TheBlaze)

Michael Cohen’s D.C. Consulting Career: Scattershot, With Mixed Success (Wall Street Journal)