Ryan Reilly

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Ryan Reilly is senior justice reporter for the Huffington Post.

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Back in January, when Attorney General Jeff Sessions was being confirmed by a Senate Committee, Alabama's Richard Shelby was commending Sessions' record.

Is laughing at Attorney General Sessions a crime?

Back in January, when Attorney General Jeff Sessions was being confirmed by a Senate Committee, Alabama's Richard Shelby was commending Sessions' record.

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The Justice Department has released a scathing  163-page finding  about the Baltimore Police Department.

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