Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch returns to Capitol Hill in Washington, Jan. 28, 2015, to testify after a short break of the Senate Judiciary Committee's hearing on her nomination.
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160 days later, there’s a new quiz along side our new attorney general

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160 days later, there’s a new quiz along side our new attorney general, Loretta Lynch. Did you stay on top of the week’s biggest stories? 

“I am glad that my story, however indirectly, will contribute to that discussion. While I don’t like that the guy is an ancestor, I am happy that aspect of our country’s history is being talked about,” the actor posted on Facebook after his cover up was revealed. 

The Senate confirmed Lynch in a 56-43 vote and Lynch became the first black woman U.S. attorney general. 

“We don’t know what happened in the wagon. One thing is for sure, somebody has to speak for Freddie Gray … I’m telling [the police that] they don’t have the right to remain silent,” Rep. Elijah Cummings told msnbc. 

Read more about Sheriff Joe’s uncertain legal future.

Get the details on the scandal that took Leonhart down. 

Get more information about the thwarted attack.

See the photo that went viral.

The United Nations deemed the deaths of hundreds who fled Libya and died off the Italian coast “a massacre.” The captain and crew member were charged for favoring illegal immigration and the captain was also charged with reckless multiple homicide in relation to the sinking.

Several residents of the town don’t believe the resignations were motivated by racism

Charges against Dent of resisting arrest and assaulting a police officer were dropped after the video was released nearly two months after the incident occurred. 

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160 days later, there's a new quiz along side our new attorney general

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