Tim Arango

Los Angeles correspondent for the New York Times

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Tim Arango is the Baghdad bureau chief, and former media reporter, for the New York Times.

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Amid health and political challenges, Senator Diane Feinstein and her daughter are suing the estate of Feinstein’s late husband over money for health needs.

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