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Britain's tabloids ruined many lives, a judge concludes. Now, he's recommending more oversight. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images hide caption

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Report Proposes Tougher Oversight For British Press

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Judge's Report Due On Regulating British Press

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The mysterious, most-interesting, super-sexy North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. (And if you believe all that, you may be reading too many reports from Chinese media.) Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Journalist Deaths Hit High In 2012, Report Says

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