Carl Bernstein

Author, journalist and the investigative reporter

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Author, journalist and the investigative reporter who, teamed with Bob Woodward, helped break and report on the Watergate story

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Rupert Murdoch's troubles in Britain are escalating fast.

Is Rupert Murdoch's Media Empire Crumbling?

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Rupert Murdoch's troubles in Britain are escalating fast. Since closing his  News of the World , he's had to  buy back stock  in his News Corporation, to keep up its value.

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