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Ex-Murdoch editors lose bid to have UK hacking charges dropped

LONDON (Reuters) - Two former editors of a British tabloid newspaper shut down by owner Rupert Murdoch over a phone-hacking scandal lost a legal battle on Friday to have criminal charges against them dropped.Full story

Brooks confirms Cameron contacted her amid scandal

  Former News International CEO Rebekah Brooks reveals details of sympathy messages received from British Prime Minister David Cameron after she was forced to resign over the phone hacking scandal. ITV‘s Lucy Manning reports.

For first time, Nevada legislature ousts lawmaker after arrests

(Reuters) - The Nevada State Assembly expelled Democratic Assemblyman Steven Brooks on Thursday after he was arrested twice this year, in the first time the chamber ousted a member in the history of the state legislature. Full story

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  Criminal charges filed in Murdoch hacking case

Prosecutors have filed criminal charges against former News of the World editor Andy Coulson and former News International executive Rebekah Brooks for their alleged involvement in Britain’s phone-hacking scandal. NBC’s Michelle Kosinski reports from London.

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Former News International chief executive Brooks leaves Southwark Crown Court in central London
Former News International chief executive Brooks leaves Southwark Crown Court in central London

Former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks leaves Southwark Crown Court in central London June 5, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

Charlie Brooks, Rebekah Brooks' husband, stands outside Southwark Crown Court in central London
Charlie Brooks, Rebekah Brooks' husband, stands outside Southwark Crown Court in central London

Charlie Brooks, Rebekah Brooks' husband, stands outside Southwark Crown Court in central London June 6, 2013. Rebekah Brooks, a former top executive in Rupert Murdoch's media empire and Coulson's predecessor at the News of the World, denied charges related to phone hacking in court on Wednesday.REUT