1. SORRY I'M NOT SORRY

    Murdoch Defends Post's Photo Slipup

    Rupert Murdoch on Feb. 24. (Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP)

    Rupert Murdoch will not apologize for his newspaper's big mistake. In fact, the media mogul came to the defense of the New York Post for implicating two men, not the Boston bombing suspects, by running their photographs under the headline "Bag Men: Feds seek these two pictured at Boston Marathon." The Post simply used the photos that were distributed by the FBI, Murdoch argued. "And instantly withdrawn when FBI changed directions." Except the photos that graced the cover and inside the Post's print edition were never withdrawn, and they weren't used by any other print publication.

    Read it at Politico