WASHINGTON ? Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday restated his opposition to marijuana use and offered an ominous warning about state-level marijuana legalization efforts, suggesting that such policies would open states to “violence,”...Show More Summary
North Carolina Republican legislative leaders want the U.S. Supreme Court to reject the new Democratic state attorney general's bid to dismiss their appeal of a lower court ruling that struck … Click to Continue »
Attorney General Jeff Sessions promised to crack down on violent crime and direct the Justice Department to increase prosecutions of gun-law violations, seeking to outline his priorities to reporters the day before his first public speech as the nation’s top law enforcement official.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions will reportedly drop government opposition to the Texas state ID law. The adults are in charge... The post Breaking: Trump-Sessions DOJ to Drop Govt. Opposition to Texas Voter ID Law appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
AG: Recent spike in violent crime 'not a blip'
WASHINGTON (AP) — Environmental Protection Agency administrator Scott Pruitt occasionally used private email to communicate with staff while serving as Oklahoma's attorney general, despite telling Congress that he always used a state...Show More Summary
The new AG held his first on-record briefing as head of the Justice Department on Monday. He said he's "not a fan" of legalized marijuana use, and threats against Jewish centers are unacceptable.
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions told reporters on Monday that recent bomb threats made against Jewish groups are “unacceptable” and a “very serious and destructive practice.” Several Jewish community centers and schools in at least 12 states received bomb threats on...
Talking Points Memo reports: For the last six years, the Justice Department has sided with the citizens and civil rights groups fighting Texas’ voter ID law, which a federal judge at one point found to be intentionally discriminatory against black and Latino voters. Show More Summary
The confirmation of Scott Pruitt as Environmental Protection Agency administrator was expected to rankle environmental groups. Pruitt is a climate-science denier who, in his previous position as Oklahoma attorney general, sued the agency he is now charged with many multiple times over its efforts to enforce environmental regulations.
A consignment seller does not budge even after 89 complaints against him are filed with the New Hampshire attorney general’s office.
The request comes after an Indianapolis lawyer earlier this month sought the overturning of a state appeals court decision denying access to emails sent to Pence in 2014 in which a staffer for Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott outlined a legal strategy for challenging then-President Barack Obama's executive order on immigration.
The move marks a stark reversal under new Attorney General Jeff Sessions from the Obama White House, which joined a lawsuit against Texas in 2013. Continue reading ? The post White House won’t challenge Texas voter ID law appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Israel's Attorney General has ordered an investigation into the purchase of German submarines months after it emerged that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's attorney represented the German firm involved in the … Click to Continue ...
In 2003, Congress—led by current attorney general Jeff Sessions—passed a law to eliminate sexual assault in America's jails and prisons. Is it working?
The 'transgender' celebrity rebuked the President and ripped the Attorney General in a Twitter rant.
A state prosecutor with the Florida Attorney General’s office has contacted M. Susan Pine of FACE Life, Inc., with confirmation that he is reviewing a criminal referral of Presidential Women’s Center, Inc. made by the US. House Select Investigative Panel on Infant Lives. “Attorney General [Pam] Bondi asked my Office of Statewide Prosecution to review […]
The Oklahoma Attorney General's office confirms former Attorney General Scott Pruitt used a private email for state business. The information comes week after FOX 25 first revealed the emails that appeared to be sent from Pruitt's private email account. Show More Summary
A Kansas man has been sentenced to 8 ½ year in prison for attempting to attack two police officers before being shot. The Kansas attorney general's office says in a … Click to Continue »
Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) thinks Attorney General Jeff Sessions should recuse himself from any investigation into the White House's ties to Russia...