Rebekah Brooks, last Friday in London.
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May 15, 2012 Rebekah Brooks allegedly tried to "pervert the course of justice" last year by seeking to cover up what had been going on at Murdoch's News of the World.
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March 13, 2012 Former News Corp. International executive Rebekah Brooks, her husband and four other men are arrested a second time by British police in connection with the widening phone hacking scandal.
July 18, 2011 As Scotland Yard has been swept up in the story, questions continue to be raised about Prime Minister David Cameron's decisions.
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Rupert Murdoch and Rebekah Brooks in London on July 10, 2011.
July 15, 2011 His News Corp. has handled the scandal over things done by its British tabloids "extremely well in every way possible," making just "minor mistakes," Murdoch tells one of his company's news outlets, The Wall Street Journal.
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July 15, 2011 News International CEO Rebekah Brooks resigns; a heat wave is building across the central and eastern U.S.; a volcano is erupting in Indonesia; and in Boston, a large jet clips the tail of a smaller jet as both prepare to depart Logan Airport.
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