Sessions said Tuesday the Justice Department will limit its use of a tactic employed aggressively under President Obama, NBC News reports.
The White House spokesman's comments were viewed as a signal that the administration may target the recreational market.
"Drugs are becoming cheaper than candy bars. We're not going to let it happen any longer," Donald Trump said.
Flynn's departure raises several questions as the Trump presidency nears the four-week mark.
The U.S. Justice Department on Monday said a Seattle federal judge should not conduct further proceedings until after a U.S. appeals court reviews the ban.
Trump has called the NSA leaker a "spy" and a "traitor" who deserves to be executed, NBC News reports.
The court has some options beyond a straightforward yes or no, NBC News reports.
A jet belonging to Malaysian tycoon Low Taek Jho, under investigation regarding the scandal-hit 1MDB, was reportedly seized.
"The district court therefore erred in entering an injunction barring enforcement of the order," the Justice Department argued.
Trump's travel ban is forcing Iranian-German tech entrepreneur Amin Shokrollahi to look outside the U.S. for future growth.
The Washington Post reported the figure, citing a government attorney at a federal court hearing in Virginia.
CNBC's John Harwood reports that the Senate Judiciary Committee has voted to send Sen. Jeff Session's nomination to be attorney general to the Senate for a full vote.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew discusses President Donald Trump's firing of Acting Attorney General Sally Yates.
Herbalife also said it expects fourth-quarter earnings to come in "at the low end of guidance."
Western Union will pay $586 million, which will be used to reimburse consumers who were victims of fraud from 2004 to 2012.
The Justice Department called it "one of the largest" Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery and Enforcement Act penalties.
Federal health regulators are concerned that dialysis patients are being steered into private insurance as opposed to Medicare or Medicaid.
Takata will plead guilty to wire fraud and agrees to pay a $1 billion settlement for rupture-prone airbag case, U.S. Justice Department says. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports.
The Obama administration has expanded the power of the NSA to share globally intercepted personal communications. The New York Times reports.
U.S.-listed shares of Fiat Chrysler plunged as much as 18 percent Thursday after Reuters first reported the news.