sessions

Civil Rights

EXCLUSIVE: Trump’s Justice Department is investigating 60% fewer civil rights cases than Obama's

Staffing cuts, poor morale, attrition, and a lack of emphasis on civil rights are behind the drop-off.
Rob Arthur
3.6.19
immigration

What Life Is Actually Like for Kids in Migrant Detention Centers

"The whole thing is garbage right now. The kids are not being sent to any parent. It doesn’t make any sense."
Luke O'Neil
6.6.18
Andrew McCabe

Axed FBI chief Andrew McCabe has crowdfunded a huge amount of cash

McCabe said he and his family “continue to deal with the very public and extended humiliation that the administration, and the president personally, have inflicted on them over the past year.”
David Gilbert
3.30.18
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

RNC ditches Roy Moore, Australia votes in favor of marriage equality, Sessions admits being told Trump aide had Kremlin ties, and more.
VICE Staff
11.15.17
DACA

Meet One of the Six DACA Recipients Suing Trump

"DACA, for many of us, changed our lives entirely... People just want to be able to live without fear and without anxiety."
Kimberly Lawson
9.19.17
immigration

Trump administration's war on sanctuary cities suffers another blow

Alexa Liautaud
9.15.17
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Republicans keep up healthcare repeal drumbeat in Senate, wildfires in France force 10,000 to evacuate, Manafort no longer set to give public testimony, and more.
VICE Staff
7.26.17
trump administration

Jeff Sessions recuses himself from investigations into Trump's ties to Russia

Tess Owen
3.2.17
russia

Jeff Sessions met with the Russians while advising the Trump campaign, but didn't tell Congress about it

Alex Thompson
3.2.17
saddest calendar on the internet

Trump Fires AG for Upholding the Law, Senate Boycotts Hellish Confirmations

Less than a day after Trump fired the acting Attorney General for upholding the Constitution, the world watches to see if the Senate confirms Jeff Sessions—a man who was once determined to be too racist to be a judge—to fill the role.
Amanda Arnold
1.31.17
News

What Jeff Sessions's Appointment Would Mean for Criminal Justice in America

What the former US attorney and state attorney general in Alabama could do to police oversight, sentencing, private prisons, immigration, and more if he becomes attorney general.
Eli Hager, Alysia Santo, and Simone Weichselbaum
11.22.16