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U.S. attorney in Massachusetts to resign amid ethics inquiry

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The U.S. attorney in Boston, Rachael Rollins, announced she would be resigning from her position as she faces allegations of misconduct from the Justice Department's inspector general. NBC's Ken Dilanian reports.