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10 Things to Know for Wednesday
Among 10 Things to Know: Senate votes to move forward with GOP health bill; Trump turns up heat on AG Sessions; Barbara Sinatra dies at 90.
Justice Dept. rules intensify crackdown on sanctuary cities
The Justice Department says it won't give cities law enforcement grant money unless they give federal immigration authorities access to jails and alert them when someone facing deportation will be released from custody
What could happen if Jeff Sessions is pushed out of office?
President Donald Trump's withering invective about Jeff Sessions over the last week an effort to pressure the attorney general into resigning with an eye to ending the Justice Department investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election
The Latest: Speaker Ryan defends Trump's prerogative
Speaker Paul Ryan says President Donald Trump gets to decide his personnel amid reports that the president has spoken with advisers about firing Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Tillerson resignation rumors 'false,' State Department says
The State Department is pushing back on a new wave of rumors that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is planning on resigning. “That is false,” spokesperson Heather Nauert said when asked about the rumors at the department's briefing Tuesday. “The secretary has been very clear: He intends to stay
Trump vents anew on Sessions, who's under pressure to quit
President Donald Trump turned up the heat on Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Tuesday, launching a fresh Twitter tirade against him while musing privately about firing the man who was the first U.S. senator to endorse his candidacy. Pressure on the nation's top law enforcement to resign mounted by
Key dates in the tenure of Jeff Sessions
Key dates before and after Attorney General Jeff Sessions' recusal from the investigation of ties between Russia and the Trump campaign
Rosenstein: "mutual respect" needed for confidence in police
Deputy U.S. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein says building public confidence in law enforcement "is one of our great challenges."
Donald Trump says he's 'disappointed' in Jeff Sessions
President Donald Trump said today that he is "disappointed" in Attorney General Jeff Sessions , adding to a recent spate of public criticisms. "He should not have recused himself almost immediately after he took office, and if he was going to recuse himself, he should have told me prior to taking
Jeff Sessions still has no plans to resign, hasn't spoken to Trump in days, source says
Attorney General Jeff Sessions still has no plans to resign, despite the latest public criticism from President Donald Trump, according to a source familiar with the situation. At this point, the source told ABC News, Sessions is still of the mind that he's going to keep his head down and press on.