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Expanding Murdoch scandal claims second Scotland Yard officer
Rebekah Brooks' fall from grace
Rupert Murdoch phone-hacking scandal: US connections grow
Rupert Murdoch: His empire under attack, a media potentate stumbles
Rebekah Brooks resigns as News International CEO
Movie industry hasn't stopped smoking, but it has cut back a lot
FBI to investigate Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.: Did it hack 9/11 victims?
News International legal chief out. Is James Murdoch in line of fire?
Key people to watch as News of the World scandal unfolds
Murdoch abandons BSkyB bid in rare business defeat
'Reverse ferret!' Can Rupert Murdoch limit tabloid scandal fallout?
British phone-hacking scandal: Could it happen in the US?
News of the World scandal gives Miliband a chance to shine
Murdoch biographer says hacking scandal could take down key executives
Will Rupert Murdoch's woes cross the Atlantic?
Murdoch's influence in question, BskyB deal in doubt
Rupert Murdoch's empire
Will and Kate visit L.A.: Locals' top 10 southern California must-sees
News of the World scandal: How often do reporters pay off police?
British phone hacking scandal hits second tabloid, crosses borders
Stocks sink after dismal June jobs report
Tabloid phone hacking scandal spreads, former Cameron aide arrested
UK reacts to closure of News of the World
UK phone hacking: Would the US press do this?
Brooksie's booboo! Has Murdoch tabloid gone too far?
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