Before going to the Department of Justice, Matt Whitaker ran the Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust, which set its sights on investigating several Democrats, including Hillary Clinton.
Former student India Landry is suing the Houston school district that kicked her out, saying it violated her First Amendment rights.
Trump, in an interview with Hill.TV, said Sessions wanted to be attorney general, but that he "didn't see it."
Keith Ellison is standing to be attorney general in Minnesota.
Two New Jersey radio hosts were suspended for using "hate speech" after they referred to the state's attorney general as "turban man."
Several woman had accused Hill of inappropriate behavior.
Jillian Mai Thi Epperly also believes her cabbage juice can "cure" homosexuality.
"Yes I'm a woman. That's not a liability. That's an asset," Michigan attorney general candidate Dana Nessel says in controversial campaign ad.
The attorney general has long been an opponent of cannabis legalization.
House Judiciary Committee Democrats say they will force Sessions to reveal more about Russia meetings.
Desiree Fairooz wrote on Twitter that "Guess they've got enough 'laughing' matters to deal with!"
President Donald Trump isn't doing too hot either.
In recent days, the president has appeared to grow more frustrated with the direction of the Russia investigation.
"Time will tell, time will tell," Trump said on Tuesday about Sessions.
Sessions was the first sitting senator to throw his support behind candidate Trump early in the election season.
Senior Obama official tells Sessions "don't quit" after Trump calls him 'VERY weak.'
In a letter, Maryland's attorney general said prohibiting women from exposing their chest at the beach while allowing men to do so wasn't a violation of the Constitution.
The decision to suspend the dress code came after Massachusetts' attorney general told the school to do away with the biased policy.
Pot advocates are calling on U.S. lawmakers to legalize the substance federally as support reaches an all-time high.
Trump's attorney general steps aside from potential probes following the news of his pre-election meetings with the Russian ambassador.