Breaking News of the Day: Rebekah Brooks Resigns

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Breaking News of the Day: The single serving site "Has Rebekah Brooks Been Sacked Yet?" has finally been updated with a new response: "No. She has resigned."

The controversial News International chief executive announced her departure from the Murdoch Empire this morning after weeks of criticism over her alleged role in the

Breaking News of the Day: News Corp. Withdraws BSkyB Bid

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strong>Breaking News of the Day: News Corp. has surprised many by withdrawing its $12 billion bid for a 100% takeover of BSkyB mere hours after being urged to do so by UK PM David Cameron.

In a statement released a short while ago, Rupert Murdoch's embattled media conglo

News Of The World News of the Day

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News Of The World News of the Day: A report published in today's Daily Mirror alleges that News of the World journalists sought to pay a NYPD officer for access to the phone records of 9/11 victims.

An anonymous source who spoke with the Mirror claims the reporters wanted both phone numbers o

End Of An Era of the Day

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End Of An Era of the Day: The first and last editions of the British tabloid News of the World, which ends its 168-year run tomorrow.

Some of the paper's more memorable front pages can be seen here.

You can receive a f

Breaking News of the Day: News of the World Shut Down

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Breaking News of the Day: Following many months of mounting criticism over expanding allegations of phone hacking and evidence tampering, News Corp Europe and Asia Chairman and CEO James Murdoch announced today that Sunday's edition of News of the World will be the paper's last.

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