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  • British leader Cameron testifies on press ethics, denies deal with Murdoch

     
    British Prime Minister David Cameron testifies Thursday at a judge-led inquiry into press ethics that was launched as a result of Britain's phone-hacking scandal. Cameron denied that there was any qui pro quo between his Conservative Party and media baron...
  • London's colorful mayor wins a second term

     
    Boris Johnson, the floppy-haired, often hilarious mayor of London, wins a second term. Johnson, a Conservative, beats Labor Party candidate Ken Livingstone, the man who was mayor of the British capital before him....
  • James Murdoch blames subordinates in phone hacking scandal

     
    British phone hacking scandal: Accused of enforcing a Mafia-style code of silence, News International chief James Murdoch maintained Thursday that he was not aware of the widespread use of phone hacking at the company's now-closed News of the World...
  • British critics applaud Meryl Streep's 'Iron Lady'

     
    British alarm at the idea of an American actor playing Margaret Thatcher, the country's first female prime minister, has been largely laid to rest. Early reviews praised Meryl Streep’s performance as Margaret Thatcher in "The Iron Lady."...
  • Ticket Replay: Sarah Palin and Margaret Thatcher, another 'special relationship' begins

     
    Republican Sarah Palin confirms on Facebook she'd "love to" meet the UK's Iron Lady Margaret Thatcher...
  • Margaret Thatcher refuses to meet with Sarah Palin

     
    Margaret Thatcher would rather unveil a statue of Ronald Reagan than meet the real Sarah Palin...
  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: The Wednesday Five.

     
    Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We're running seriously late this morning, courtesy of the endlessly compelling reality television otherwise known as British PM David Cameron's appearance before the House of Commons this morning. The...
  • Last Edition of News of the World Hits Stands

    Last Edition of News of the World Hits Stands
    LONDON -- When Rupert Murdoch, his media empire under fire over a phone-hacking scandal, swept into his London headquarters on Sunday from the United States, the message was clear. Murdoch, sporting a white panama-style hat, sat in the front passenger...
  • Controversial Hearing Thursday on The Radicalization Of U.S. Muslims

     Controversial Hearing Thursday on The Radicalization Of U.S. Muslims
    For Rep. Peter T. King, Sept. 11 was personal. It was personal, he says, for everyone in his Long Island district, which was home to dozens of the police, firefighters and financial workers who died at the World Trade Center. And despite concerted...
  • Watching a Netflix 'House of Cards' get built at the Baltimore Sun

    Watching a Netflix 'House of Cards' get built at the Baltimore Sun
    A few weeks ago, a group of actors dressed as reporters clustered near a cafeteria in The Baltimore Sun building. I had to take a second look to make sure they were actors and not visiting reporters or editors. But as I walked by, one asked me if I was in...
  • 5 Men That History Says Were important But Never Played For The Saints

    5 Men That History Says Were important But Never Played For The Saints
    On the 28th of June, 1776, 5 men strolled into Philadelphia’s Independence Hall with a document in hand. While most Americans today can name 10-15 members of their favorite football or basketball teams how many can name those five? Oh and the...