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News of the World ex-editor released from jail early
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Ex-Editor At Murdoch Tabloid Jailed For Phone-Hacking

Edmondson Admits To Conspiring With Private Investigator Glenn Mulcaire To Listen To Victims Voicemail Messages London : A former news editor at Rupert Murdoch's now-defunct Sunday tabloid, News of the World, was on Friday jailed for eight months ... The Freepress Journal, 2 weeks ago
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Mulcair deems last week's Ottawa shooter a criminal, but not a terrorist

OTTAWA - Some members of Parliament say they'll have a tough day as they return to caucus rooms where they were locked in last week as a gunman attacked Canada's seat of power. The NDP brought a counsellor into the party's caucus room, just in case ...
 Saskatchewan Lifestyles3 weeks ago MPs return to caucus after shootings: 'It's going to be a tough day'  CTV News3 weeks ago Stephen Harper and the Question of Canadian Security  New Yorker1 month ago

Phone-hacking editor Coulson freed from prison

LONDON: Andy Coulson, the former British newspaper editor and one-time communications chief of Prime Minister David Cameron, was released from prison on Friday after serving his sentence for phone-hacking, the justice ministry said. Coulson served ...
 The Gulf Today3 days ago Former British editor Coulson released from prison  NewsTimeAfrica4 days ago British Phone-Hacking Editor Andy Coulson Freed From Prison  Naharnet4 days ago Phone-hacking editor Andy Coulson freed from prison  Yahoo! News4 days ago

Woman with handgun held at White House

WASHINGTON: A 23-year-old woman armed with a handgun was arrested outside the White House late on Thursday, US Secret Service officials said. In a statement released yesterday, the Secret Service identified the woman as April Lenhart of Mount ...
 Qatar Peninsula4 days ago
Asian Connection

Canadian hero guard gets 'lifetime supply' of beer for defending MPs

13:17 The Conservative Party caucus room is shown shortly after shooting began on Parliament Hill, in Ottawa, Ontario, October 22, 2014, taken and provided by MP Nina Grewal. (Reuters/MP Nina Grewal) When a gunman stormed the Canadian ...
 Russia Today3 weeks ago Cheers for hero guard  Asian Connection3 weeks ago Commons guard tribute  CBC3 weeks ago Ottawa shooting: New Democrats hail 'hero' guard who protected MPs  CBC3 weeks ago

Voice calls on planes

Aaron Saltzman tests the mood among passengers as the U.S. mulls allowing cellphone voice calls in the air Now Playing on CBC Radio Refresh CBC Radio One Listen Live Ottawa change Now Playing: CBC Radio 2 Listen Live Eastern change ...
 CBC3 weeks ago

Count Chisu 'scared' by NDP policy

Conservative MP Corneliu Chisu, who is originally from Romania, makes a Halloween-inspired members statement in the House of Commons. Now Playing on CBC Radio Refresh CBC Radio One Listen Live Ottawa change Now Playing: CBC Radio 2 ...
 CBC3 weeks ago

THE JESTER: Beware! The year is 2017 … Partisan ghost stories for politicians of every stripe

This article was originally published in the October 2014 print edition of Ottawa Magazine. By CHRIS LACKNER Justin Trudeau . Illustration by Alan King 24 Sussex Drive, Halloween Night, 2014 — The Conservative cabinet gathers for its ...
 Ottawa Magazine3 weeks ago
CBC

Stephen Harper tells Tory MPs he's sorry he left during attack

Prime Minister Stephen Harper told his hushed caucus Wednesday morning he felt remorse for surreptitiously ducking into a closet during last week's assault on Parliament Hill, CBC News has learned. Many Conservative MPs were alarmed at the prime ...
 CBC3 weeks ago Harper tells MPs he's sorry he disappeared during attack  CBC3 weeks ago Ottawa shooting: Stephen Harper tells MPs he's sorry he left during attack  CBC3 weeks ago

MPs mull future of bullet-riddled doors from Centre Block

The bullet holes in their caucus room doors served as a sobering reminder to MPs on Wednesday that last week's attack by an armed gunman could have been much worse. As Parliament debates the weighty matters of how best to respond to threats with ...
 Globe and Mail3 weeks ago
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