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- 'Duck Dynasty' Star Phil Robertson Also Under Fire for African-American Statements
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A lot can happen in 24 hours. ICYMI, GQ released some rather blunt remarks Phil Robertson made on the topic of homosexuality, prompting the "Duck Dynasty" star to clarify his statements.
- UK paper hacked phones of Prince William's wife, brother: court
By Michael Holden LONDON (Reuters) - The phones of Prince William's wife Kate Middleton and Prince Harry, Queen Elizabeth's grandson, were hacked by staff working for Rupert Murdoch's now-defunct News of the World tabloid, a London court was told on Thursday. Prosecutor Andrew Edis told the Old Bailey criminal court that recordings of messages to Kate from William, including one in which he called her "Babykins", were discovered at the home of the paper's ex-royal editor and a private eye working for the tabloid in 2006. Then-editor Andy Coulson, who was later Prime Minister David Cameron's media chief, is on trial, along with six others, on charges that include conspiracy to illegally intercept voicemails from mobiles.
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