National Headlines 11-19-18

Press shouldn’t celebrate too soon on Jim Acosta lawsuit (Washington Examiner)

Beto O’Rourke’s donors and supporters are prodding him to run for president or against GOP Sen. John Cornyn in 2020 (CNBC)

de Blasio, citing ‘socialistic impulse,’ wants more government control of NYC property (FOX News)

After Florida’s election chaos, the Broward County election supervisor has resigned (Vox)

Migrant caravan at US border is harboring more than 500 criminals, Homeland Security claims (FOX News)

‘You can’t run from your roots.’ Kemp sticks to conservative approach (AJC)

The Presidential Turkey Pardon’s Weird Roots Go Back To The Iran-Contra Scandal (NPR)

Pelosi’s bid for speaker imperiled as public opposition grows (Politico)

Chaffetz on House Leader Contest: ‘No Greater GOP Foil Than Nancy Pelosi’ (FOX News)

Andrew Cuomo and Bill de Blasio are getting defensive about their Amazon deal (Vox)

Massachusetts to make history as first legal marijuana shops on East Coast set to open Tuesday (NBC News)