In a statement Tuesday, Time [Magazine] said reporter Matthew Cooper agreed to give a deposition after Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Vice President Cheney's chief of staff, personally released Cooper from a promise of confidentiality about a conversation the two had last year.
And from DailyKos on the 23rd:
We know that various administration officials, including Cheney and Bush, have gotten lawyered up. Cheney has retained Terrence O'Donnell, a senior partner in the Washington law firm of Williams & Connelly, while Bush has Jim Sharp, a trial lawer (who does a great deal of criminal defense work) and former assistant U.S. attorney.
John Dean explains why it's significant that Bush & Cheney have obtained outside lawyers.
Looks like Bush will go into the convention having to explain why his people outed a CIA agent.