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CNN's Jake Tapper presses Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) after a comment he made that Attorney General Jeff Sessions is sympathetic with the "deep state." [Read More]
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Attorney General Jeff Sessions is personally intervening in the case of one woman from El Salvador. He is questioning whether she and other domestic violence survivors deserve asylum in the U.S. [Read More]
The Trump administration, having been unable to get Congress to fund its border wall, has adopted vengeful meanness as its next-best substitute. Speaking at an Arizona law enforcement conference, Attorney General Jeff Sessions erased any doubt about the motives behind his excessive new crackdown on parents crossing the border with their children.He pledged in no uncertain terms to prosecute anyone who crosses without proper documentation, including asylum seekers who are supposed to... [Read More]
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Article: Life or Death for the FCC - Reverse net neutrality? Open the floodgates to more media monopoly? Chairman Pai, a former staffer to Attorney General Jeff Sessions, has in mind to accomplish all that and more. He leads the commission's Republican majority in lockstep, and they've already proposed radical reductions to Lifeline, the meager subsidy that helps low income people connect to doctors, nurses, and public assistance. [Read More]
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Investigators in at least 10 countries had been looking at the Malaysian state investment fund known as 1MDB since 2015 and whether it was used for embezzlement or money laundering. The U.S. said more than $4.5 billion flowed from the fund, through a complex web of opaque transactions and fraudulent shell companies, to finance spending sprees by corrupt officials and their associates. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions called it "kleptocracy at its worst." Yet at home, Malaysia's government joi... [Read More]
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Attorney General Jeff Sessions is a law-and-order man who believes he is protecting our country. I'm a man, a son, a father and a writer who worries about our nation losing its soul amid the illegal immigration debate. [Read More]
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Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) said Monday that Attorney General Jeff Sessions has "Stockholm Syndrome" with regard to the "Deep State" because Sessions will not renounce his recusal from the ongoing investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. [Read More]
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During her Saturday opening statement for "Justice" on Fox News Channel, Jeanine Pirro blasted Attorney General Jeff Sessions, calling him the "most dangerous man in America" because he has "done nothing to make anyone responsible for the blatant corruption" seen from the 2016 election. "[Jeff Sessions] has done nothing to make anyone responsible... [Read More]
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Republican U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida suggested on Monday that Attorney General Jeff Sessions was a hostage of the deep state. During an interview on Fox News, Gaetz called on Sessions to reverse his recusal in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in th... [Read More]
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something he's done with increasing frequency over the last several months... [Read More]
Photo Illustration by Lyne Lucien/The Daily Beast In the year-and-a-bit since Donald Trump took office, Americans have witnessed a neck-wrenching 180-degree turn on an array of policy topics. One of the biggest has been with regard to drugs. Between anti-marijuana moves by Trump's attorney general, Jeff Sessions, and apparent interest by the administration in making passing a drug test a condition for receiving food stamps in states that request it, Trump and key figures in his administration seem eager to jump back to a time in history when drug use that has become more or less accepted in... [Read More]
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by Marc Jampole   A SPOKESPERSON for U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) just resigned rather than tell a bold-faced lie that Attorney General Jeff Sessions and other ICE officials have... [Read More]
When President Donald Trump was admonishing Attorney General Jeff Sessions to charge me with obstruction of justice Wednesday, I was at Harvard University sharing how we intend to give every... [Read More]
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When President Donald Trump was admonishing Attorney General Jeff Sessions to charge me with obstruction of justice Wednesday, I was at Harvard University sharing how we intend to give every child from Oakland, California, the opportunity to attend college. Like all cities, Oakland suffers from... [Read More]
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During her Saturday opening statement for "Justice" on Fox News Channel, Jeanine Pirro blasted Attorney General Jeff Sessions, calling him the "most dangerous man in America" because he has "done nothing to make anyone responsible for the blatant corruption" seen from the 2016 election. " has done nothing to make - jeanine | Breitbart TV... [Read More]
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Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf claimed that it is her "duty" to call out President Donald Trump's "racist lie" about illegal immigrants just days after Trump asked Attorney General Jeff Sessions to consider prosecuting Schaaf for obstruction of justice. - Libby Schaaf Trump | Breitbart California... [Read More]
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The black market for marijuana is thriving in Oregon and an oversupply of weed from growers is flowing to more than two dozen states where pot remains illegal, a top federal law enforcement official said Friday.U.S. Attorney Billy Williams said the state has a "significant overproduction" problem and that he would prioritize enforcement of overproduction, interstate trafficking, organized crime and cases involving underage marijuana use and environmental damage from illicit pot farms.The comments, which echoed those he made earlier this year, were included in a memo that outlines his plans for enforcing federal drug laws in a state with... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump, Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Trump's Chief of Staff John Kelly are cultivating, projecting and proselytizing a narrative of i... [Read More]
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Over the past 10 years, the backlog in America's immigration courts has nearly quadrupled to roughly 700,000 cases. On Thursday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a decision that could dramatically expand that backlog at a time when immigrants often wait years before judges decide whether they can remain in the United States. Using his control... [Read More]
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