Front Page of the Day. Take your pick. Today’s collection of the UK front pages that cover the News of the World scandal is truly something to behold …

Coulson to be arrested over phone hacking tomorrow

“Andy Coulson has been told by police that he will be arrested on Friday morning over suspicions that he knew about, or had direct involvement in, the hacking of mobile phones during his editorship of the News of the World.” — The Guardian

Rebekah Brooks’ tenacious rise to the top

“Now 43 and known by her new married name, Rebekah Brooks, she has used a winning combination of charm, effrontery, audacity and tenacity to thrive in the brutal, male-dominated world of the British tabloids. She has risen to become chief executive of News International, Rupert Murdoch’s British newspaper subsidiary.” — New York Times

Fox News covers NotW … eventually

“Three days later, Fox News finally covers Murdoch’s UK phone-hacking scandal.” — Media Matters

US court rejects media consolidation push

“The decision by the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit threw out a 2007 FCC rule change that would have allowed a single company to own a daily newspaper and several broadcast stations in one local market.” — The Huffington Post

Paranoid Georgia arrests photojournalists for being Russian spies

“Four photojournalists in Georgia, including the personal photographer for that country’s hyper-paranoid joke of a president, Mikheil Saakashvili, were arrested overnight for allegedly spying for Russia.” — Gawker