by Vera H-C Chan
Judgment seemed in short supply this July. The trial of the summer ended in a verdict that dismayed even the Florida jury that rendered it. A long-submerged media scandal was dragged out, knocking over a domino of editors and coppers in the process. Meanwhile, a debt ceiling impasse deadlocked American lawmakers, threatening global financial stability. Most horrific was a native son’s extremism, which caused a massacre Norway has not seen since the second World War. In a roiling hot month, a look at the buzz that burned.
For decades, Norway (up 1,242% in searches) has been […]
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Very thorough take out by PBS News on the News of the World scandal from the beginning. Murdoch scandal, Norway massacre, debt ceiling: July 2011 Buzz by Vera H-C Chan Judgment seemed in short supply this July. The trial of the summer ended in a verdict that dismayed even the Florida jury Opponents of Rupert ’s bid to take over Sky Plc gained fresh ammunition after the billionaire’s U.K. publishing arm admitted hacking puters, and his son ran into opposition as Tags: murdoch, hacking, scandal, fuels, The Dirty Truth About All Rupert let Ailes create a culture that was only reined in when its outrages could no longer be publicly avoided. And, when things get too close for fort, he takes out his checkbook. The News International phone-hacking scandal was a controversy involving the now-defunct News of the World and other British newspapers published by News International, a subsidiary of News Corporation.