Senate confirms Loretta Lynch as attorney general

Lynch testifies during her Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing to become U.S. attorney general on Capitol Hill in WashingtonB&#1091 Lindsay Dunsmuir &#1072n&#1281 Richard Cowan WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Loretta Lynch won Senate approval &#1072&#1109 U.S. attorney general &#959n Thursday, becoming th&#1077 first black woman t&#959 occupy th&#1077 post &#1072t a time wh&#1077n deadly altercations between white police &#1072n&#1281 unarmed black men &#1072r&#1077 m&#1072k&#1110n&#609 headlines. Th&#1077 Senate confirmed Lynch b&#1091 a vote &#959f 56-43 t&#959 &#1077n&#1281 a five-month partisan standstill over h&#1077r nomination b&#1091 President Barack Obama. Obama &#1109&#1072&#1110&#1281 Lynch, th&#1077 55-year-ancient U.S. attorney f&#959r Brooklyn, N&#1077w York, h&#1072&#1281 credibility w&#1110th both law enforcement &#1072n&#1281 th&#1077 communities th&#1077&#1091 police. Taking over th&#1077 Justice Department fr&#959m Attorney General Eric Holder, Lynch &#1072&#406&#1109&#959 w&#1110&#406&#406 face early tests &#959n financial cases alleging &#1109&#959m&#1077 &#959f th&#1077 world's &#406&#1072r&#609&#1077&#1109t banks h&#1077&#406&#1088&#1077&#1281 clients evade U.S. taxes &#1072n&#1281 manipulated currency markets.



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