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British Panel Questions Former Murdoch Executives

A parliamentary committee in London summoned four former top officials for Rupert Murdoch's British newspaper empire to face questions about the tabloid phone-hacking scandal there. Those former executives contradicted previous testimony from their old boss: James Murdoch.
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WikiLeaks Now Victim Of Its Own Leak

More than a quarter-million secret U.S. diplomatic cables in WikiLeaks' possession have found their way onto the Internet in an apparent inadvertent release. The cables are now available in their raw, unedited and unredacted form, potentially jeopardizing officials and their sources.
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WikiLeaks Now Victim Of Its Own Leak

More than a quarter-million secret U.S. diplomatic cables in WikiLeaks' possession have found their way onto the Internet in an apparent inadvertent release. The cables are now available in their raw, unedited and unredacted form, potentially jeopardizing officials and their sources.
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Consider This By Fred Fiske: Media

It's interesting that while most of our institutions and businesses have been heading in the direction of amalgamation, increasing size and tighter control, the news industry seems to be returning to a means of dissemination, which more closely resembles the past.

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Baltimore Journalist Still Missing In Libya

A senior Libyan official says he has no knowledge about the fate of Matthew VanDyke, a freelance journalist from Baltimore missing for more than nine weeks.

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Breaking The Hamilton Case: A Reporter Shares His Story

Former Virginia Delegate Phillip Hamilton (R-Newport News) faces up to 30 years in prison for bribery and extortion. He solicited a job as director of a teacher training center at Old Dominion University while working to secure state funding for it. Bill Sizemore, a reporter for the Virginian-Pilot newspaper, broke the story, and his subsequent reporting prompted the federal investigation.

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Va. Governor Cuts PBS Funding

Virginia governor Bob McDonnell got the last word in his quest to cut funding for public radio and television, vetoing just the one item funding PBS in the voluminous state budget -- and signing everything else.

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