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In Taking Aim at His Attorney General, Trump Tests Sessions’s Views

In Taking Aim at His Attorney General, Trump Tests Sessions’s Views

Attorney General Jeff Sessions during a news conference at the Justice Department last week.
Right and Left React to Kushner, Sessions and More

Right and Left React to Kushner, Sessions and More

Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama waiting for President-elect Trump last year.
In Trump’s World, ‘Very Weak’ Sessions Twists in Wind

In Trump’s World, ‘Very Weak’ Sessions Twists in Wind

The president’s unforgiving campaign against his own attorney general opens rift with the right and leaves White House at war with the Justice Department.
Trump Attacks Sessions Again, This Time Over the Acting F.B.I. Director

Trump Attacks Sessions Again, This Time Over the Acting F.B.I. Director

Andrew G. McCabe, the acting director of the F.B.I., during a news conference this month.

Trump on Sessions: Everything but ‘You’re Fired’

President Trump made a career of firing people on TV. Now, he is expressing his disappointment with Attorney General Jeff Sessions, but has not uttered two key words.
How Trump Could Oust Sessions if He Declines to Quit

How Trump Could Oust Sessions if He Declines to Quit

Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel leading the Russia investigation, at the Capitol in June.
Allies Warn Trump of Conservative Revolt Unless He Backs Off Sessions

Allies Warn Trump of Conservative Revolt Unless He Backs Off Sessions

Attorney General Jeff Sessions leaving the West Wing of the White House with his security detail on Wednesday.
Scaramucci Calls for Inquiry After ‘Leak’ of Financial Form

Scaramucci Calls for Inquiry After ‘Leak’ of Financial Form

Anthony Scaramucci, the Trump administration’s incoming communications director, spoke to reporters at the White House on Tuesday.
Sessions Calls Trump’s Remarks ‘Hurtful’ but Pledges to Press On

Sessions Calls Trump’s Remarks ‘Hurtful’ but Pledges to Press On

Attorney General Jeff Sessions in March. He defended his recusal from the government’s Russia inquiry in an interview Thursday.
Trump to Revive Push on Immigration Crackdown on Long Island Trip

Trump to Revive Push on Immigration Crackdown on Long Island Trip

President Trump at the White House on Thursday. On Friday, Mr. Trump will demand the denial of grant money to so-called sanctuary cities that do not assist the federal authorities in detaining
Alabama May Be Trump Country, but It’s Standing With Sessions

Alabama May Be Trump Country, but It’s Standing With Sessions

Jeff Sessions, then a senator, greeted President-elect Donald J. Trump in Mobile, Ala., in December.
Sessions Steers Clear of Trump’s ‘Joke’ About Police Use of Force

Sessions Steers Clear of Trump’s ‘Joke’ About Police Use of Force

Chuck Rosenberg, the acting administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration, denounced the president’s words in an email.
Trump Keeps His Conservative Movement Allies Closest

Trump Keeps His Conservative Movement Allies Closest

Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council. “I’ve been to the White House I don’t know how many more times in the first six months this year than I was during the entire Bush
Justice Dept., Under Siege From Trump, Plows Ahead With His Agenda

Justice Dept., Under Siege From Trump, Plows Ahead With His Agenda

Attorney General Jeff Sessions at the Justice Department in July. He has been the subject of President Trump’s rage recently because of his recusal in the Russia inquiry.
Leak Investigations Triple Under Trump, Sessions Says

Leak Investigations Triple Under Trump, Sessions Says

The attorney general vowed to bring criminal charges against those found to have given classified information to the news media.

Jeff Sessions: ‘This Culture of Leaking Must Stop’

Attorney General Jeff Sessions said the administration was increasing its effort to end intelligence leaks.
Reporters Not Being Pursued in Leak Investigations, Justice Dept. Says

Reporters Not Being Pursued in Leak Investigations, Justice Dept. Says

Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein, center, at a news conference last month. “We don’t prosecute journalists for doing their jobs,” Mr. Rosenstein said Sunday. “That’s not our goal here.”
Right and Left React to the Justice Dept.’s Moves on Affirmative Action

Right and Left React to the Justice Dept.’s Moves on Affirmative Action

Several pending lawsuits are challenging affirmative action practices at high-profile institutions, including Harvard University.
Trump Rewards Loyalty in Alabama Senate Race by Tweeting Endorsement

Trump Rewards Loyalty in Alabama Senate Race by Tweeting Endorsement

Senator Luther Strange, Republican of Alabama, last week in Washington.
Trump Says He Has Not Considered Firing Mueller, Contradicting Himself

Trump Says He Has Not Considered Firing Mueller, Contradicting Himself

Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel investigating Russian meddling in the election, in June.