Well, that wasn’t so hard! After waiting for a nearly record-setting 166 days to be confirmed, Loretta Lynch was finally sworn in as U.S. Attorney General by Vice President Joe Biden, who presumably saved his congratulatory groping for after the ceremony. Read more on Loretta Lynch Is Finally Your New Attorney General, IMPEACH!…
Loretta E. Lynch after she was sworn in as attorney general at the Justice Department.
Loretta Lynch was sworn in on Monday as the 83rd attorney general of the United States at a ceremony at the Department of Justice, which she vowed to lead "to even greater heights."
Loretta Lynch was sworn in Monday as the 83rd U.S. attorney general, becoming the first African-American woman to serve as the nation's top law enforcement official.
Loretta Lynch has been sworn in as the nation's 83rd attorney general. She was sworn in Monday at a Justice Department ceremony, with Vice President Joe Biden presiding. Ms. Lynch replaces Eric... To view the full story, click the title link.
WASHINGTON -- Loretta Lynch was sworn in as U.S. attorney general on Monday, becoming the first African-American woman to fill the position. "It seems like such an understatement to say my heart is full, but it is," Lynch said. "I have...Show More Summary
Loretta Lynch has been sworn in as U.S. Attorney General by Vice President Joe Biden. She is the first African-American woman to hold the position and was confirmed by a 66-34 Senate vote last week. Watch the swearing-in ceremony, AFTER...
Lynch's nomination was confirmed last week by the U.S. Senate, five months after President Obama nominated her to succeed Eric Holder.
Eric Risberg/APCalifornia Attorney General Kamala Harris with an internal document showing the target demographic of Corinthian Colleges. SANTA ANA, Calif. -- Corinthian Colleges will shut down all of its remaining 28 ground campuses, displacing about 16,000 students, less than two weeks after the U.S. Show More Summary
As of late, Attorney General Kamala Harris remains as the front runner in the race for California’s senatorial seat. In a recent article, the Los Angeles Times compared Harris with presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. The news source...Show More Summary
By Richard Cowan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A string of deadly confrontations between mostly white police and black men will be among challenges immediately facing Loretta Lynch when she is sworn in on Monday as U.S. attorney general. Lynch,...Show More Summary
Cooper Union is awaiting the results of a state attorney general probe looking for financial mismanagement.
NEW YORK (AP) -- First came a hotly-debated decision by Cooper Union to start charging its students after being tuition-free for generations. Then came an investigation by the state attorney general into the school's management of its...Show More Summary
Roll Call, the newspaper that covers Capitol Hill, featured a video of Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill playing the race card on the Senate floor about the vote to confirm Loretta Lynch for Attorney General. And she wasn’t alone in getting this kind of attention - attention that was manifestly filled with flat-out untruth. Show More Summary
NPR, not known as an outlet sympathetic to Republicans, reported: Loretta Lynch’s confirmation as Attorney General was not the only sign of a spring thaw in the Senate this week: Senators also voted for a crackdown on human trafficking, while green shoots of compromise seemed to sprout on other contentious issues, both foreign and domestic. […]
Loretta Lynch's confirmation as U.S attorney general was a crucial victory for a group of women whose influence is seldom appreciated.
NoisyRoom.net Getty Images The Republican Party is becoming more and more detached from their conservative base. They seem to vote against anything the conservatives want and do all they can
At a March 4 press conference, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder grudgingly bowed to the truth relating to the events surrounding the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri in August of last year: "Michael Brown’s death, though...Show More Summary
On April 24, Kansas' Attorney General released an opinion that states fantasy sports leagues are not considered illegal lotteries under Kansas Law, because they are games of skill.