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Loretta Lynch sworn in as new U.S. attorney general
Loretta Lynch has been sworn in as the nation’s 83rd attorney general. She was sworn in today at a Justice Department ceremony, with Vice President Joe Biden presiding. Lynch replaces Eric Holder, who left the job Friday after six years as attorney general.
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Mideast turmoil goes back centuries
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