loretta lynch confirmation

Vice President Joe Biden swore in Lynch during a ceremony at the Justice Department. Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.), one of her
Republicans who opposed Lynch, who until now was the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, conceded they didn't
Cornyn said he was "thrilled" that they've reached a deal on the bill, which has broad bipartisan support. Aides to Sens
WASHINGTON -- 163 days. That's how long Loretta Lynch has been waiting for the Senate to vote on her confirmation as U.S
"Call Loretta Lynch for a vote. Get her confirmed. Put her in place. Let her do her job. This is embarrassing, a process
In its latest episode, “The HuffPost Show” discussed the top stories of the week and delved into the Loretta Lynch stalemate
Lynch, who is currently the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, has been waiting since November to be confirmed
This story has been updated to include comment from a Grassley spokesperson. Republicans have refused to move on Lynch's
Republican and Democratic aides said they knew of no progress toward ending the standoff. If approved by the full Senate
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama chastised Senate Republicans on Friday for refusing to confirm his attorney general