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Confirmation for Justice's No. 2 job occurs amid controversy

WASHINGTON (AP) - Longtime federal prosecutor Rod Rosenstein is expected to face questions about a federal investigation into Russian interference in the presidential election as he appears before Congress Tuesday for a confirmation hearing for the role of deputy attorney general.

That No. 2 person at the Justice Department handles day-to-day oversight of the department and its component law enforcement agencies.

Much of the questioning before the Senate Judiciary Committee is likely

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