British Panel Told Phone-Hacking Was Necessary

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By Attacking The Media, Gingrich Built A Following

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Murdoch Son Grilled Over Phone-Hacking Scandal

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James Murdoch To Testify Again On Hacking Scandal

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Andy Rooney, '60 Minutes' Commentator, Dies

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Protesters demonstrate outside the News Corp. annual shareholder meeting at Fox Studios in Los Angeles on Friday.

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Murdoch Confronts Critics At News Corp. Meeting

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Some News Corp Investors Aim To Challenge Murdoch

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Protesters with Occupy Wall Street march along New York's 5th Avenue, where prominent heads of major business and financial institutions live, on Tuesday. The movement has expanded, along with media coverage.

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Tracking The Media's Eye On Occupy Wall Street

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Incoming NPR CEO and President Gary Knell.

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NPR's New Chief Faces Tough Choices On Funding

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NPR Turns To Public Television For New Leader

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News Corp.'s U.K. Actions Under Scrutiny In U.S.

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Methods Of Palin Book Author Draw Ire

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Al Sharpton's Unlikely Rise To MSNBC Host

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British Panel Questions Former Murdoch Executives

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