Sari Horwitz

Washington Post

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Sari Horwitz is a staff writer for the Washington Post.

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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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The Justice Department today  announced guidelines  for what could be a large-scale grant of clemency for non-violent drug offenders in federal prisons.

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The Justice Department today announced guidelines for what could be a large-scale grant of clemency for non-violent drug offenders in federal prisons.

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Three weeks after the Boston Marathon bombings, some members of Congress are calling for more surveillance of American Muslims.

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Three weeks after the Boston Marathon bombings, some members of Congress are calling for more surveillance of American Muslims.

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