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President Obama and his fellow Democrats either remained silent or joined the chorus when radicals in their own party called for less incarceration, fewer arrests and a pullback of police presence in high-crime communities.

“Just because we believe BlackLivesMatter doesn’t mean we don’t believe NYPDLivesMatter."

Unless there is a stunning revelation that would disqualify her, Republicans should allow Loretta Lynch's nomination to be the next attorney general to go through a normal, mostly low-key process.

The outgoing attorney general's comments on reporters and press freedom were particularly noteworthy.

Attorney General Holder revels in as much as he is humbled by his role in this nation’s history.

He has neither been silent about nor disengaged from the shooting of Michael Brown.

A poll on racial attitudes shows why conversations on race are imperative.

The conversations on race we need to have are going to require more courage than what’s on display now.

The Obama administration won't interfere with Colorado and Washington's legalization.

If Holder leaves it won’t be because the president pushed him out. It’ll be because he has had enough of the [barnyard epithet goes here] of Washington.

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