Attorney General Jeff Sessions continues to crack down on illegal immigration, saying sanctuary cities are contributing to issues with violent gangs and drugs. During a speech Thursday to dozens of law enforcement officers in North Carolina, Sessions said cities that shield illegals are adding to the problems caused by gangs like MS-13.
Results for Alabama’s special elections are now in. Former Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore and Senator Luther Strange will advance to a Republican primary runoff to fill the Senate seat left vacant by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
The Department of Justice is demanding more than one million IP addresses from a resistance website against President Trump. In the warrant the DOJ cites authorities can obtain any information on those who break a D.C. code governing riots, which they are relating to protests on inauguration day.
President Trump doubles down on his condemnation of the Charlottesville car attack, this time taking aim at the KKK, Neo-Nazis, and white supremacists.During his speech from the White House Monday, the president said this kind of bigotry and hatred will not be tolerated and the DOJ has launched a civil rights investigation.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions calls the murder at a rally in Virginia an evil act, and said it fits the definition of domestic terrorism. He made the comments during an interview this Monday morning as the man suspected of ramming his car into a crowd of protesters in Charlottesville was denied bond.
With one day before the primary election to fill Attorney General Jeff Sessions former Senate seat, president Trump tweets out his endorsement for incumbent Luther Strange. The president said Strange will be the best man for the job thanks to his strong stance on key policy points like the border wall and tax cuts.
A new poll shows an increasingly wide gap in the primary race for Alabama’s Senate seat. The survey from the Trafalgar group shows former state chief justice Roy Moore has 35% support.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein says the DOJ crack down on Washington leakers will not affect journalists who publish sensitive information unless the circumstances warrant it.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions fires back against intelligence leaks which he says have exploded in recent years. At a press conference in Washinton D.C. Friday Sessions said leaks of President Trump’s calls with world leaders are “incredibly damaging,” and promised to triple the number of investigations.