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  • 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...
  • London's best-selling Sunday tabloid publishes last edition

    London's best-selling Sunday tabloid publishes last edition
    Staffers at the scandal-hit News of the World emotionally departed their London newsroom for the last time Saturday night, proudly holding up the final edition of the best-selling British Sunday tabloid. Scores of the newspaper's employees left their...
  • City leaning toward police auditor

    City officials this week veered toward hiring a police auditor who would report internal issues to the Police Commission — sidestepping a recommendation from two high-priced consultants in favor of a proposal that would keep more of the existing...
  • Police Make Arrests at News International Headquarters

    Police Make Arrests at News International Headquarters
    LONDON - our current and former employees of Britain's Sun newspaper were arrested by authorities investigating claims of inappropriate payments to police, News Corp. and police said Saturday. Police searched the men's homes as well as the East London...
  • George W. Bush's legacy

    George W. Bush's legacy
    The legacy of President George W. Bush will undoubtedly be debated by scholars and historians for many years to come. But as the president and his administration enter their final weeks in office, many of those who were most affected by the policies and...
  • A two-edged sword

    IN THIS WEEK'S torrent of well-deserved criticism aimed at President Bush for sparing I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby a prison sentence, one attack stood out. Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D.-N.Y.) denounced the administration for considering itself above the...
  • Springfield To Examine U of I Admissions

    Springfield To Examine U of I Admissions
    (WGN-AM) - Fallout from questionable admissions practices at the University of Illinois continued today as a state representative called for the resignation of the school system's president and the trustees who meddled with student applications. State...
  • University of Illinois application clout list fallout grows

    Fallout from questionable admissions practices at the University of Illinois continued Sunday as a state representative called for the resignation of the school system's president and the trustees who meddled with student applications. State Rep. Mike...
  • Cuomo's two-track role equals one political lift on L.I.

     
    By far the most common public response from top law enforcement officials to a question about a matter being probed is: ???No comment ??? it???s under investigation.??? Not true of Andrew Cuomo, certainly not on Thursday. New York State???s......
  • On the Offensive Against an Array of Suspected Foes

    "Never treat a war like a skirmish. Treat all skirmishes like wars."   --L. Ron Hubbard The Church of Scientology does not turn the other cheek. Ministers mingle with private detectives. "Sacred scriptures" counsel the virtues of combativeness....
  • From the archives: Police, Stadium Blamed in British Soccer Deaths

    SHEFFIELD, England -- Poor police crowd control, inadequate emergency medical facilities and shortsighted design of the soccer stadium here were being blamed Sunday as the death toll rose to 94 in the nation's worst sports disaster. The victims were...