We're live-blogging Attorney General Jeff Sessions' testimony at House Judiciary Committee's hearing concerning oversight of the Department of Justice.
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This morning, Attorney General Jeff Sessions is testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee concerning Justice Department oversight. This will be his first time appearing before the committee since his confirmation hearing in January. See here for the ten questions Matthew Miller suggests the Senate Judiciary Committee should ask Sessions.
Jeff Sessions has shown that he’ll try to avoid tough questions from his former peers in the Senate. When he testifies before the Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, here are ten questions that senators should push him on.
The president is attacking the integrity of the leadership of the Department of Justice, the fair application of the law, and the pursuit of truth.
President Trump's recent expressions of his lack of confidence in Attorney General Jeff Sessions are further evidence of the White House's disregard for the independence of the Justice Department.
Former FBI Director James Comey's concerns about inappropriate White House contacts with the Department of Justice emphasize the importance of policies limiting these interactions to protecting our constitutional democracy.
Charley Snyder and Michael Sulmeyer analyze the recent indictment of two Russian spies and two criminal hackers.
Given the alleged conduct of Trump’s political aide, must Sessions do something about the guidelines presently in force?
According to a White House press release, President Trump will nominate Rod Rosenstein (U.S. Attorney for the District of Maryland) as Deputy Attorney General, Rachel Brand (Member of the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board and former Assistant Attorney General for Legal Policy) as Associate Attorney General, and Steven Engel (former Deputy Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Legal Counsel) as Assistant Attorney General. The press release is available below.