Christopher Ingraham

Washington Post

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Christopher Ingraham is a reporter for the Washington Post's Wonkblog.

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What did President Trump do this time?

The secret memo

What did President Trump do this time?

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Jeff Sessions is restarting part of the federal program called civil asset forfeiture.

How the feds could seize suspects' property even before they're accused of a crime

Jeff Sessions is restarting part of the federal program called civil asset forfeiture.

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If Washington isn't a swamp, can it be drained?

Can there be a moment of bipartisan comity in Washington?

If Washington isn't a swamp, can it be drained?

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