Garland vows to investigate D.C. riot, keep politics out of DOJ

Merrick Garland attended his Senate confirmation hearing for attorney general, nearly five years after he was nominated to the Supreme Court and Republicans blocked his nomination. Garland said civil rights would be a priority under his leadership and he vowed to keep politics out of the Justice Department’s work. Kris Van Cleave has the latest.

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