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Violent crime's at an all-time low, and President Trump's Attorney General says he wants to keep it that way — by removing federal limits on local police.

Jeff Sessions: New sheriff in town

Violent crime's at an all-time low, and President Trump's Attorney General says he wants to keep it that way — by removing federal limits on local police.

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Attorney General Eric Holder recently came out against a practice called data-driven sentencing, saying that it results in racial disparities.

Data-driven Sentencing

Attorney General Eric Holder recently came out against a practice called data-driven sentencing, saying that it results in racial disparities.

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After 30 years of being "tough on crime," the US -- with 5% of the world's population -- has 25% of its prisoners, and that's very expensive. Now the crime rate is way down.

What's Happened to America's 'Crackdown on Crime?'

After 30 years of being "tough on crime," the US -- with 5% of the world's population -- has 25% of its prisoners, and that's very expensive. Now the crime rate is way down.

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