Morning Links: TIME Man of the Year, Dead or Alive

News of the World spied on Prince William while the police investigated News of the World for spying on Prince Harry. [Guardian]

Basically, Thursday is looking rough for James Murdoch, who will reappear before Parliament that day. [NY Times]

Conde Nast’s top three editors Graydon Carter, Anna Wintour and David Remnick are still tops. [WWD]

Time magazine may choose its first ever Dead Person of the Year. (Steve Jobs, of course.) [Yahoo]

Former Politico reporter Josh Kraushaar is not related to Herman Cain’s second public accuser of sexual harassment, Karen Kraushaar, contrary to what Mr. Cain’s campaign manager Mark Block said. [Politico]

An anti-Palestine retweet from a right wing Washington Post blogger Jennifer Rubin has WaPo readers upset.  But do RTs equal endorsement? In this case, it seems like ‘Yes.'[WaPo]

Local TV Stations are consolidating to maximize political ad spending. [NY Times] Morning Links: TIME Man of the Year, Dead or Alive