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Embattled media mogul Rupert Murdoch caved in to pressure from Britain's Parliament Thursday as he and his son James first refused, then agreed, to appear next week before lawmakers investigating phone hacking and bribery by employees of their British newspaper empire.
Rupert Murdoch is defending News Corp.'s handling of a U.K. newspaper scandal, saying his media company will recover from any damages wrought by phone-hacking and police bribery allegations.
Pushing back against the notion of an Old World in decline, President Obama, addressing Britain's Parliament, said that while the U.S. and United Kingdom no longer can single-handedly carve up the world, they remain the fundamental forces pushing the rest of the globe toward democracy and open economies.
Prime Minister David Cameron met an unlikely namesake Tuesday, as TV's David Hasselhoff took a tour of Britain's Parliament.