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Disgraced New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman to be replaced by state Solicitor General Barbara Underwood

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman will be replaced by Barbara Underwood, the state's solicitor general, after he suddenly resigned Monday night following a report detailing allegations of physical abuse from four women.
Jeff Sessions.

Trump’s Justice Department reportedly edited its official manual to scrap a section on press freedom and add a section on leaks

The Department of Justice overhauled its policy manual, and edited sections detailing press freedom and leaking confidential information, Buzzfeed News reported on Sunday.

Trump is still clinging to Scott Pruitt even as John Kelly reportedly has told Trump to cut him loose

Trump has said he maintains faith in Pruitt despite the numerous ethics allegations against him.
Australian billionaire James Packer (left) and Hollywood movie tycoon Arnon Milchan listen to Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu address a joint meeting of the United States Congress at the US Capitol March 3, 2015 in Washington, DC.

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu may be in hot water over bribery allegations and he doesn’t seem to be denying it

Netanyahu is accused of accepting gifts as bribes from Australian billionaire James Packer and Hollywood producer Arnon Milchan.

New York Attorney General sues Harvey Weinstein and The Weinstein Company

Weinstein allegedly told several of his employees "I will kill you,"and had a group of female employees facilitate his sexual requests.
Customers shop for marijuana at the MedMen store in West Hollywood, California, on Tuesday.

Jeff Sessions is on a crusade to stamp out legal marijuana — but Republicans might not be onboard

Republicans are warming to legal weed, which could make a marijuana policy decision from the Justice Department an unpopular one.
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan.

An Illinois bus company is in trouble over ad that promised ‘you won’t feel like you’re in China’ on its buses

The company initially apologized by criticizing the University of Illinois' enrollment choices.

New York’s AG is investigating Equifax after 143 million Social Security numbers were exposed in a hack

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said that he's investigating the Equifax hack, in which 143 million people's personal information was compromised.

A ‘culture of lawlessness’: Sessions slams Chicago after city sues Justice Department

Attorney General Jeff Sessions cracked down on "sanctuary cities" in July, making some grants conditional on cooperation with federal immigration authorities.