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Del Quentin Wilber

Del Quentin Wilber is an enterprise and investigative reporter in the Los Angeles Times’ Washington bureau, focusing on criminal justice and national security matters. An award-winning reporter and author, he previously worked for the Baltimore Sun, the Washington Post, Bloomberg News and the Wall Street Journal. He is the author of “Rawhide Down: The Near Assassination of Ronald Reagan,” a national bestseller, and  “A Good Month for Murder: The Inside Story of a Homicide Squad.”
House Democrats rally to protect Mueller after Sessions' ouster

President Trump's replacement of Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions with an avowed critic of the Russia investigation has put the future of special counsel Robert Mueller's probe in doubt. Democrats will try to use their new majority in the House to limit any damage.

Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions forced out by Trump, setting up likely clash over the Russia investigation

Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions was forced to resign, ending a tortured relationship with President Trump and opening what may be a historic fight over the fate of the special counsel's Russia investigation.

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