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LORETTA LYNCH CONFIRMATION
Loretta Lynch Sworn In As U.S. Attorney General
Lynch replaces outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder, who announced his resignation in September. Holder stayed on the job
Senate Makes History By Confirming Loretta Lynch As U.S. Attorney General
Lynch was confirmed in the Senate 56 to 43. All Democrats voted for her, along with 10 Republicans: Kelly Ayotte (N.H.), Thad
Senate Leaders Announce Deal On Human Trafficking Bill, Clearing Path For Loretta Lynch Vote
Under the deal announced Tuesday, the bill will create two funding streams. The first one flows from fines collected from
Kim Kardashian's Second Marriage, The Creation Of The World And 9 Other Things That Didn't Take As Long As Loretta Lynch's Confirmation
Here's a chart that gives some important context on things that took less time to complete than Lynch's confirmation. If
Senators Say Loretta Lynch Standoff Could Be Resolved This Week
Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) said Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press" that he expects a vote on Lynch's nomination "within the next
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'The HuffPost Show' Takes On: Loretta Lynch Stalemate
In its latest episode, “The HuffPost Show” discussed the top stories of the week and delved into the Loretta Lynch stalemate
Obama Torches Republicans Over Loretta Lynch Delays: 'This Is Embarrassing'
Lynch appears to have enough support to be confirmed, whenever she gets a vote. If confirmed, she would be the first African
Josh Earnest Accuses Chuck Grassley Of Being 'Duplicitous' For Delaying Loretta Lynch Nomination
“Rather than rush a nominee through the Senate in a lame-duck session, I hope the president will now take his time to nominate
Loretta Lynch Confirmation Vote Likely On Hold Until At Least Mid-April
By Reuters, Reuters
That likely leaves the nomination for the next Justice Department chief, replacing Attorney General Eric Holder, frozen until
Obama On Loretta Lynch: 'You Don't Hold Attorney General Nominees Hostage'
"You don't hold attorney general nominees hostage for other issues," Obama told The Huffington Post's Sam Stein in a sit
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McConnell Says He'll Delay Loretta Lynch Confirmation Until Senate Votes On Bill With Anti-Abortion Language
This story has been updated to include comment from Reid and Schumer. Before the Senate considers Lynch's nomination, McConnell
Democrats Press Mitch McConnell To Give AG Nominee Loretta Lynch A Vote
He stopped short, though, of saying there's a racial component to Republicans' reasons for holding up the vote. In their
Loretta Lynch's Delayed Vote Over Confirmation
The debate about confirming Loretta Lynch is suddenly getting partisan. Democrats are now increasingly slamming Republicans
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