National Headlines 12-13-18

Michael Cohen Pled Guilty to Something That Is Not a Crime (National Review)

Trump considering Jared Kushner for White House chief of staff (Washington Examiner)

Fears about artificial intelligence are ‘very legitimate,’ Google CEO says (Washington Post)

The shadow campaign for Democratic presidential nomination is well underway (Los Angeles Times)

China readying plan to widen foreign access to its economy: WSJ (CNBC)

McConnell to bring up criminal justice bill for a Senate vote (Washington Post)

Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren meet ahead of 2020 (CNN)

Trump reveals chief of staff search down to 5 candidates (FOX News)

Pelosi to press: Nonstop Trump coverage is hurting your ratings (Washington Examiner)

Donald Trump tears into GM: Mary Barra’s decision was ‘nasty’ (Detroit Free Press)

California proposes a plan to tax text messages (CNN)