Rebekah Brooks Arrested In British Phone-hacking Scandal

LONDON — Rebekah Brooks, a former top executive with Rupert Murdoch’s News International, was among six people arrested Tuesday in one of the largest police sweeps yet in the long-running phone-hacking scandal, British news media reported.
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