Sen. Jeff Sessions, one of President-elect Donald Trump's earliest supporters, told Congress on Tuesday that he would be an independent-minded attorney general who would stand up to the president. He promised to aggressively enforce the nation's laws -- even in areas such as torture, abortion, gay rights, surveillance and hate crimes, where he has made his opposition well known.
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Print Headline: At hearing, Sessions says he'll obey law, not Trump