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Topic - Jenny Jones
There was a lot of ugliness out on that supersized Olympic slopestyle course Sunday - crashes, splashes, face plants, even a cracked helmet.
There was a lot of ugliness out on that supersized Olympic slopestyle course Sunday — crashes, splashes, face plants, even a cracked helmet. As she so often does, Jamie Anderson made things look beautiful again.
Jenny Jones' first snowboarding lesson didn't include, among other things, snow.
Scotland Yard, still reeling from the alleged police role in Britain's phone hacking scandal, was asked Thursday to investigate another explosive claim: that journalists bribed officers to locate people by tracking their cell phone signals.
James Murdoch's former legal adviser and a former editor contested the testimony he gave to British lawmakers, saying Thursday he was told years ago about an email that suggested the rot at his Sunday tabloid was far more widespread than previously claimed.
"The information is there and you can check," she said.