Paige Lavender huffingtonpost.com WASHINGTON — Attorney General Eric Holder is resigning, NPR reports. According to NPR's Carrie Johnson, Holder will step down as soon as his successor is confirmed. The AP confirmed the news with a White House official, and ABC News also reported Thursday that Holder will resign. Holder has served as attorney general since 2009. He is the nation’s first black attorney general, and one of the longest-serving in the history of the United States.
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