James Grimaldi

Wall Street Journal

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James Grimaldi is a senior writer for the Wall Street Journal. He is a former staff writer for the Washington Post, where he won a 2006 Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting.

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It's well known that Special Counsel Robert Mueller is investigating former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn.

Mueller investigating Flynn's role in Turkish kidnapping scheme

It's well known that Special Counsel Robert Mueller is investigating former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn.

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Since the deadly  mass shooting in Tucson , three high school students  have been shot  near Los Angeles and a gunman killed two police officers in Miami.

Is Gun Control Dead?

Since the deadly mass shooting in Tucson , three high school students have been shot near Los Angeles and a gunman killed two police officers in Miami.

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A law passed by Congress in 2003 protects the identities of US gun dealers who sold firearms that have been seized at crime scenes in Mexico.

US Gun Stores on the Mexican Border Supply Drug War Arsenals

A law passed by Congress in 2003 protects the identities of US gun dealers who sold firearms that have been seized at crime scenes in Mexico.

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