News media protest White House press access limits
WASHINGTON (AP) — Dozens of leading news organizations are protesting to the White House against restrictions that sometimes keep journalists from taking pictures and video of President Barack Obama performing official duties. At the same time, two press groups urged their members to stop using official photos and video handed out by the White House, dismissing them as little more than ...
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News Corp. Lawyer Says He Never Gave Legal Opinion on Hacking
A top lawyer at News Corp. tabloids told jurors today that he was never asked to give an opinion on the legality of phone hacking and was assured that it only took place at the News of the World.
News Corp. Reporter Pushed for Cash Payments to Avoid Jail Risk
A News Corp. (NWSA) reporter warned the News of the World’s managing editor that cash payments had to be made to people in “uniform” or they would all “end up in jail.”
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Elizabeth Warren’s not running for president. That shouldn’t surprise anyone.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) made some news Wednesday when she declared, "I am not running for president and I plan to serve out my term." That should surprise no one. While the freshman senator has been the subject of a lot of presidential chatter of late -- including on this blog, where she
News Corp Appoints Jim Kennedy as Chief Communications Officer
News Corp announced today the appointment of Jim Kennedy as Chief Communications Officer, responsible for the company’s global corpora
News Corp. names chief communications officer
News Corp. has named Jim Kennedy, who was President Bill Clinton's deputy press secretary, as its chief communications officer. The company said Wednesday that Kennedy will be responsible for its global ...
Stolen Container Of Radioactive Material Found Empty, Mexican Officials Say
A Mexican official announced that a stolen container carrying radioactive material was found empty, the Associated Press reports on Wednesday evening. This is breaking news. Check back later for updates. Contribute to this Story: Send us a tip Send us a photo or video Suggest a correction FOLLOW
Local papers weigh on News Corp
News Corp shares dive as the drag from local papers pulls the entire group's revenues into reverse for the quarter.
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