Despite Jeff Sessions' tough-on-crime stance, congress seems ready to address our nation's overcrowded prison system
A new report suggests the feds could earn $5 billion in the next decade if weed stays federally banned – so where's the incentive for legalization?
"This new directive from Sessions must mean only one thing: He still doesn't know that white people smoke pot too," Colbert says
By rescinding the 'Cole memo,' the Attorney General reverses federal policy that prohibited federal agencies going after state-legal pot operations
Attorney general's decision puts state legal businesses in significant jeopardy
The Cole memo barred federal prosecutors from going after state-legal cannabis companies. If it's rescinded, will that be the end of legal pot?
For now at least, Jeff Sessions is tapping the breaks on his party's rush to try to toss Clinton in prison
Three people who immigrated to the U.S. as children address why they can't just become citizens, and other misconceptions
He's leading the White House's crackdown on immigration, voting rights and drugs – but first he has to fend off the president
Attorney general announces pilot program during speech in Ohio, will assign 12 experienced prosecutors to crack down on fraud cases
Rehashing an old Bush-Rove strategy from 2004, president's inflammatory stance on "wedge-issues" has already backfired spectacularly
"This is not draining the swamp. What he's interjecting is turning democracy upside down," said Sen. Lindsey Graham
Jeff Sessions is just the latest example of how joining Trump's circle means signing away your dignity
'New York Times' interview makes clear Trump aspires to be accountable to no one
Anti-drug curriculum has been criticized for being ineffective