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Commentary February 13
Jeff Sessions is right about the ‘heritage” of U.S. sheriffs, in more ways than one.
News January 17
Here are nine ways the law-and-order president has smashed Obama’s legacy.
News January 9
Sessions considers tying the hands of immigration judges.
Commentary September 20, 2017
The DOJ’s most recent attempt to appear pro-cop actually hurts law enforcement.
Analysis September 5, 2017
President Trump tries to deflect a potentially thunderous blowback.
Feature June 6, 2017
Left and right came together on criminal justice reform. Then Trump happened.
Commentary May 21, 2017
A former senior DOJ official says ‘Shots Fired’ gets right what the AG gets wrong.
News May 16, 2017
Some D.A.’s urge new discretion on pleas, sentences.
News May 10
Here’s what you need to know about the “Tuesday Night Massacre.”
Analysis May 3, 2017
Forget Korea and Ivanka. It’s all immigration, all the time.
News April 16, 2017
Under Sessions’ latest orders, the border is everywhere.
Commentary January 30, 2017
Consent decrees can improve law enforcement even in cities that aren’t investigated.
Analysis January 10, 2017
Senator laments a “corrosion of respect” for police in first day of testimony centered on crime and punishment.
Analysis December 16, 2016
Four reasons a bipartisan bill has a better chance than you think
News November 18, 2016
From police to prosecutions to prisons, the AG holds wide sway.
Analysis November 18, 2016
An extensive record as a prosecutor and a senator gives some hints of what to expect.