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 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.

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Scandal shows money still talks, but elite colleges are widening access for low-ine students. Officials say they are working er than they ever have before to seek out, recruit, enroll and Norway’s sovereign wealth fund has ballooned so much due to high oil and gas prices that every person in the country became a theoretical millionaire this week. Like many outside of , the British Greengrass — who, along with directing three installments in the “Jason Bourne” action franchise, has dramatized real-life attacks in such films as Tags: with, july, paul, greengrass, Topics A-Z | Democracy Now! Democracy Now! is a 501(c)3 non-profit news organization. We do not accept funding from advertising, underwriting or government agencies. We rely on contributions from our viewers and listeners to The Hollywood Reporter is your source for breaking news about Hollywood and entertainment, including movies, TV, reviews and industry blogs.

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