The presumptive attorney general, in his own words.
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The homicide rate and corrupt police department are inseparable.
A new paper argues that the justifications for protecting cops from liability don't add up.
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Here's what the Senate needs to ask Trump's nominee for attorney general.
The latest in busted doors, dead dogs and dead bodies.
The president's treatise in the Harvard Law Review only underscores how he missed a golden opportunity for reform.