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FILE - In this Feb. 9, 2017 file-pool photo, Attorney General Jeff Sessions is greeted by employees as he arrives at the Justice Department in Washington. The federal prison population is on the decline, but a new attorney general who talks tough on drugs and crime could usher in a reversal of that trend. The resources of a prison system that for years has grappled with overcrowding, but that experienced a population drop as Justice Department leaders pushed a different approach to drug prosecutions, could again be taxed. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File)
Sessions tough talk, policies could increase prison totalsA new attorney general who talks tough on drugs and crime and in favor of private prisons could usher in a reversal of a trend of declining federal prison populations
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FILE - In this Feb. 16, 2017 file photo, Supreme Court Justice nominee Neil Gorsuch, right, meets with Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn. on Capitol Hill in Washington. A review of dozens of employment cases Gorsuch heard in his decade at the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals reveals a focus on texts and a fondness for scrutinizing definitions of words in legislation and the Constitution. Conservatives herald his strict approach. Many liberals say it too often results in workers losing out.  (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File)
Gorsuch often sided with employers in workers' rights casesGorsuch's worker's rights opinions are often sympathetic to the employees, but coldly pragmatic, and they're usually in the employer's favor
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President Donald Trump speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), Friday, Feb. 24, 2017, in Oxon Hill, Md. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
AP FACT CHECK: Trump makes his points with overstated flairPresident Donald Trump makes his points with dramatic overstatements
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FILE - In this Jan. 21, 2107 file photo, Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Joseph Dunford greets Defense Secretary Jimn Mattis at the Pentagon. A new military strategy to meet President Donald Trump’s demand “to obliterate” the Islamic State group is likely to deepen U.S. military involvement in Syria, possibly with more ground troops, even as the current U.S. approach in Iraq appears to be working and will require fewer changes. Dunford said Feb. 23 that the strategy will take aim not just at the Islamic State but at al-Qaida and other extremist organizations in the Middle East and beyond whose goal is to attack the United States. He emphasized that it would not rest mainly on military might. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)
New anti-IS strategy may mean deeper US involvement in SyriaA new strategy designed to meet President Donald Trump's demand for a more aggressive campaign against the Islamic State group is likely to deepen U.S. military involvement in Syria, possibly with more ground troops
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AP sources: White House to propose boosting defense spendingThe White House is planning to propose boosting defense spending and slashing funding for longtime Republican targets like the Environmental Protection Agency
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