Chicago Police Consent Decree: Public Comment Hearings Begin TodayA two-day hearing begins Wednesday in federal court, allowing the public to weigh in on a proposed consent decree governing sweeping changes at the Chicago Police Department.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions Calls Chicago Police Consent Decree 'Insult' To DepartmentThe proposed Chicago police reforms are an insult to the officers who are fighting crime, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said.
Attorney General Sessions To Address Chicago Crime Commission TodayAttorney General Jeff Sessions' speech comes little more than a week after he vowed to fight a proposed court order that would govern massive changes at the Chicago Police Department.
Sessions Returns To Chicago To Speak To Anti-Crime GroupHis talk will come one week after his department filed a statement of interest in federal court asking a judge to reject the reform plan the city and the Illinois attorney general's office hammered out.
Jeff Sessions Plans To Stop Chicago's Consent DecreeAttorney General Jeff Sessions on Tuesday said he plans to stop proposed police reforms from taking effect in Chicago. 
Trump Criticizes Chicago's 'Shooting Wave,' Mayor Responds"Overall gun violence is down about 20 percent in the city."
Attorney General Jeff Sessions Blasts ACLU, Rahm Emanuel Today In Waukegan Speech To Police OfficersAttorney General Jeff Sessions was in Waukegan Wednesday talking to police officers at the Valor Survive and Thrive Conference. 
Trump Wants Sessions To Investigate New York Times Op-EdNeither Trump nor the White House have identified a specific crime that has been committed.
Trump Blasts Sessions Over Indictments Of GOP Congressmen Ahead Of MidtermsPresident Trump chastised Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Twitter on Monday for federal indictments of two sitting Republican congressmen ahead of the midterm elections, the latest attack by a president who pledged to "drain the swamp" against the attorney general he handpicked. 
What Happens If Jeff Sessions Is Fired Or Quits?If Sessions is fired, then Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the current No. 2 at the Justice Department, would automatically take his place.
Jeff Sessions To Trump: 'I Took Control Of Justice Dept. The Day I Was Sworn In'"The actions of the Department of Justice will not be improperly influenced by political considerations."