Bobby Block

Wall Street Journal (formerly)

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Former homeland security correspondent for the Wall Street Journal and, previously, a foreign correspondent for many years, including a stint at the Murdoch-owned Sunday Times of London

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Britain's 80-year old press lord, Rupert Murdoch, and his son, James,  answered questions  from members of Parliament today for almost three hours, saying that phone hacking and…

Rupert Murdoch on the Witness Stand

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