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Today’s afternoon TV in Britain is a must-see for most of the country – as Rupert Murdoch, his son and besieged former UK CEO face angry lawmakers live. The trio’s arriving at Parliament to answer questions on the phone-hacking and police bribery claims at the now axed News of the World. In another grim twist to the story, the whistleblower who exposed the News Of The World phone-hacking scandal has been found dead. Police are treating it as unexplained, but say at this stage there’s no evidence of anything suspicious. The scandal has shaken the press, politicians and the police, having already taken down Britain’s two top cops. As Laura Emmett reports, it’s another blow to Britain’s beleagured police force, after a string of high-profile errors in recent years.
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A break in an oil collection pipeline on the eastern prairie of the Blackfeet Indian Nation, approximately 5 miles from the town of Cutbank, has led to a flood of crude that has been flowing approximately one mile over land and into the Cutbank River. Blackfeet Nation officials received word of the spill on Tuesday, but it remains unclear when, or why the pipeline, which is managed by FX Drilling, actually began leaking oil.
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ABC News – PASADENA, Calif. July 19, 2011 (AP)
NASA’s Dawn spacecraft was captured into orbit around the massive asteroid Vesta after a 1.7 billion-mile journey and is preparing to begin a study of a surface that may date to the earliest era of the solar system, the space agency said Monday.
The entry into orbit occurred while the spacecraft’s antenna was pointed away from Earth, so mission controllers had to wait for Dawn to re-establish contact to confirm its success.
The capture was estimated to have occurred at 10 p.m. PDT Friday, when Dawn was 9,900 miles from Vesta and 117 million miles from Earth in the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, according to a statement from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
“We are beginning the study of arguably the oldest extant primordial surface in the solar system,” the mission’s principal investigator, Christopher Russell from the University of California, Los Angeles, said in the statement.