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Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein praises Jeff Sessions in return to Department of Justice for Cabinet Chair Presentation Ceremony
Last week, Alabama’s own Jeff Sessions returned to the Department of Justice to claim the brown leather chair he once sat in across the table from President Donald Trump during Cabinet meetings.
Ignoring Trump's barbs, Sessions defends tenure as attorney general
MOBILE, Ala. — In a rare public appearance since his resignation last November, former Attorney General Jeff Sessions Thursday night gave a ringing defense of his tenure as head of the Justice Department. It was and is a defense well worth making.
Jeff Sessions’ speech on campus met with questions, protests
Former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions stressed the importance of free speech during a campus visit Monday evening amid interruptions from protesters. At the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management, Sessions’ speech was met with backlash from protesters as he spoke about immigrati
Instagram's cofounder worried that Mark Zuckerberg was behaving like Trump to get him to quit, blockbuster report reveals
The report features details on the deteriorating relationship between Mark Zuckerberg and Instagram's cofounders, who left in September. A source told Wired that cofounder Kevin Systrom worried aloud whether Zuckerberg was treating him the way Donald Trump treated former Attorney General Jeff Sessio
John Dowd swings and misses at former AG Jeff Sessions
Former Trump lawyer John Dowd gave a superbly informative interview, published Wednesday, to the Washington Examiner’s own Byron York. But Dowd was way off-base in the potshots he took at former Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Jeff Sessions speaking at MSU (Late)
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Jeff Rosen Says His Kirkland Leadership Role Will Help Him as DOJ's No. 2
Jeffrey Rosen, the Trump administration’s nominee for deputy U.S. attorney general, defended himself Wednesday against criticism that he lacked Justice Department experience and any background overseeing criminal cases, telling U.S. senators he would rely on guidance from seasoned federal prosecutor
How One Mother's Battle Is Changing Police Training On Disabilities. Working with people who have intellectual and developmental disabilities, like Down syndrome or autism, can be complex and challenging even for those with years of training. But one group — law enforcement — often encounters people
At MSU, Sessions discusses time as U.S. attorney general
Former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions emphasized the Department of Justice’s accomplishments under his and President Donald Trump’s leadership in a speech at Montana State University on Monday.
Sen. Doug Jones Could Be Challenged By Jeff Sessions
Senator Doug Jones (D-AL) knows what's going up on billboards in Alabama if Jeff Sessions ever challenges his seat. Watch The Late Show with Stephen Colbert weeknights at 11:35 p.m.
FLASHBACK: Obama Planned to Send Illegals to Alabama
While Democrats have been outraged over the Trump plan to send illegals to sanctuary cities, in 2016 none of them complained with Obama planned to send thousands of illegal immigrant children to Alabama, the home state of then Senator Jeff Sessions.
Byron York: From former Trump lawyer, candid talk about Mueller, Manafort, Sessions, Rosenstein, collusion, tweets, privilege, and the press
What was President Trump up to when he publicly attacked the work of Trump-Russia special counsel Robert Mueller? What was going on behind the scenes between the White House and Mueller's office? Was there cooperation? A fight over privilege? And just how mad was Trump at Attorney General Jeff Sessi
Post report, a new appreciation for Jeff Sessions
At a time when we “unfriend” those we disagree with and we’re only interested in opinions that reaffirm what we believe, is it still possible to acknowledge the value of someone we don’t particularly like? It is. Because it happened to me.
MSU Republicans hosting Jeff Sessions, Turning Point USA
The Montana State University College Republicans will host former Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday at 7 p.m. The free event will be in Inspiration Hall at Norm Asbjornson Hall. Doors will open at 6 p.m.
After Outcry, Jeff Sessions’s Former Spokeswoman Drops Editing Role at CNN
Sarah Isgur Flores, a Republican political operative whose hiring by CNN last month set off an uproar among liberals and several Democratic presidential campaigns, will no longer take on a management role at the network, CNN said on Friday.
Former acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker leaves Justice Department
Former acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker has left the Justice Department, a spokesperson confirmed on Monday. According to Justice Department spokeswoman Kerri Kupec, Whitaker's last day was on Saturday. It is not clear what his next career move will be.
Attorney General William Barr will not recuse himself from overseeing Mueller probe
Attorney General William Barr will not be recusing himself from Special Counsel Robert Mueller's ongoing Russia probe, citing advisement from "senior career ethics officials," according to the Department of Justice. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who is expected to be leaving his post in th
Trump: 'Sessions didn't have a clue!'
President Trump took a swipe at his former Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Friday, adding to a long history of barbs aimed at the nation’s former top cop. “Sessions didn’t have a clue!” Trump tweeted in response to an article claiming that former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe was investigating
Trump mocks Jeff Sessions and goes after Mueller
President Donald Trump has gone after special counsel Robert Mueller extensively, even mocking former Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ southern accent when recalling Sessions’ decision to recuse himself from the investigation.
John Kelly Says Jeff Sessions’ ‘Zero Tolerance’ Immigration Policy Caught Homeland Security ‘Flat-Footed’
Trump’s former chief of staff John Kelly blamed the fallout from the controversial “zero-tolerance” policy of separating migrant children from their parents on then-U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions.