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One year Into Trump's presidency, agencies work to make good on his campaign promises
The first 12 months of President Donald Trump 's administration showed little regard for precedent, tradition or protocol. As he set about putting top officials in place at the federal agencies charged with carrying out his administration's priorities, the former businessman turned politician chose
Alleged MS-13 gang members indicted on murder, drug charges
Long Island authorities say a grand jury has indicted 17 alleged members and associates of the MS-13 gang on a slew of charges including murder, conspiracy to commit murder and drug trafficking
Attorney general's team to review Obama-era Hezbollah probes
The Justice Department is forming a team of prosecutors to investigate drug trafficking and money laundering linked to Iranian-backed Hezbollah militant movement
Pot industry frets, then shrugs off Sessions' new policy
Pot purveyors are shrugging off the long-term effects of the DOJ's announcement it would no longer adopt a "hands-off" approach to states that have legalized marijuana
ANALYSIS: Losing troops and territory, will a new US strategy change the Afghan war?
A deadly suicide attack that claimed the lives of 41 people in Kabul on Thursday was another stark reminder that the U.S. war against terrorism in Afghanistan — now in its sixteenth year and the longest American war — is far from over. ISIS claimed responsibility for that attack, a new enemy group
The Note: As Robert Mueller's probe continues, increased scrutiny of his efforts
The TAKE with Rick Klein This is what political warfare looks like. President Donald Trump is getting loads of help from his party apparatus on at least one front. White House allies are building a case against Robert Mueller 's investigation as quickly as Mueller himself does his work – or so it
Sessions takes tough questions from Justice Department interns
For more than 25 minutes in June, Attorney General Jeff Sessions took sometimes tough questions from interns.
Fight against opioid epidemic 'a winnable battle,' Sessions says
During an event with Justice Department interns in June, Attorney General Jeff Sessions is praised for making the opioid crisis a priority under his leadership.
Jeff Sessions sued by 12-year-old girl with epilepsy who wants to legalize medical marijuana
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is being sued by a 12-year-old Colorado girl suffering from epilepsy who aims to legalize medical marijuana nationwide. Alexis Bortell, along with her father and other plaintiffs, including former NFL player Marvin Washington, filed suit in the Southern District
Trump faces tough leader, bloody drug war and terror threat in the Philippines
President Donald Trump will wrap up his 13-day tour through Asia with a stop in the Philippines Sunday and Monday -- a key American ally in the midst of a bloody drug war, dealing with an insurgent ISIS threat and concerned about increasingly stronger ties to America's adversaries China and Russia.