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CPS order 'phone-hacking' retrial for Andy Coulson, Clive Goodman

The British Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has decided to proceed with a retrial of Andy Coulson and Clive Goodman, it has been revealed.

Cameron issues 'full and frank' apology over hiring Andy Coulson

The British Prime Minister, David Cameron, has issued an apology after former News of the World editor Andy Coulson was found guilty of phone-hacking charges.

Piers Morgan interviewed by police over phone hacking

London - Former tabloid editor and CNN host Piers Morgan has been interviewed by police investigating allegations of phone hacking.

Senior police officer sentenced in British hacking scandal

London - In January 2013, a British senior police officer became the first person prosecuted as a result of the UKs £40m, phone-hacking investigation. Today she was sentenced to 15-months in jail.

Senior police officer is first UK phone-hacking conviction

London - A female senior police officer, in the UK, has become the first person convicted as a result of the £40m, phone-hacking investigation.

Rebekah Brooks: 'I am baffled by the decision to charge me'

Rebekah Brooks, the former chief executive of News International, now faces criminal charges and possible prison time over the phone hacking scandal that has rocked Britain to its core.

The damning verdict: Rupert Murdoch 'not fit' to lead News Corp

Rupert Murdoch is not fit to run a major international company, British lawmakers said in a damning report Tuesday, finding him guilty of "willful blindness" towards its staff at the News of the World tabloid.

Rupert Murdoch admits phone-hacking 'cover up'

Rupert Murdoch took the stand Thursday, where he admitted to the phone-hacking cover up but blamed 'one or two very strong characters' for shielding him from what was going on.

Op-Ed: Harry Potter, the actress, and businessman at the Leveson Inquiry

London - The Leveson Inquiry continued at the Royal Courts of Justice today with evidence from, among others, a wealthy man, a famous actress, and a lady author who is both famous and wealthy.

2,000 more names of phone-hacking victims in UK

London - Nearly 5,800 people in the UK could possibly have been phone-hacked by the famous British tabloid 'News of the World', says a new report.

Op-Ed: TheOnion.com introduces a paywall for non-US visitors

TheOnion.com - a satirical website (and newspaper) dubbed "America’s finest news source" - is currently testing a paywall for non-US visitors.

Op-Ed: Protester sentenced to six weeks in prison for Murdoch pie attack

Westminster - Jonathan May-Bowles has been jailed for six weeks after attacking News Corporation CEO Rupert Murdoch with a shaving foam pie.

Murdoch evidence questioned as more media engulfed in hacking row

As more news outlets become embroiled in the phone-hacking scandal that’s hit Rupert Murdoch’s media empire, it’s emerged that evidence given to MPs by his son, News Corporation executive James Murdoch, is being questioned.

Op-Ed: Is James Murdoch willfuly blind to willful blindness?

When appearing before a parliamentary committee yesterday, the young Murdoch appeared stunned when asked if he knew what willful blindness was.

News Of The World phone hacking informant found dead in home

A Guardian report states that the reporter, Sean Hoare, who came forward about the alleged phone hacking going on at News of the World, was found dead in his home today.

Ex News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks arrested

Rebekah Brooks, the ex-News international chief executive, has been arrested. Police investigating the phone hacking and bribery scandal arrested Brooks Sunday two days after she resigned.

Op-Ed: Sorry is not the hardest word - for Rupert Murdoch

In a move some might interpret as a cynical attempt at damage limitation, Rupert Murdoch has apologised to the Dowler family. But he didn't have to do it.

Rupert Murdoch under FBI investigation

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has launched a probe into allegations that journalists at Murdoch’s News Corporation bribed police and hacked telephones in order to gain access to 9/11 victims’ phone records.

Op-Ed: The police can’t be trusted, so MPs investigate phone hacking

London - Keith Vaz is not the most likeable of politicians – normally – but when he chaired the Select Committee that has been given the task of investigating the ongoing phone hacking scandal, he had the Metropolitan Police on the back foot.

Op-Ed: Jews of the world! What the crazies think of the hacking scandal

After years of cover ups and collusion, the Metropolitan Police have finally been pressurised into a proper investigation of the phone hacking scandal, but some people are looking too far afield in search of the hidden hand.

Op-Ed: Will Hugh Grant be the next James Bond?

A List film actor Hugh Grant is shaping up for his most unlikely role, that of a real life James Bond, but the villains he is currently tracking are far less glamorous than Goldfinger or Scaramanga.

News of the World final crossword puzzle takes shot at editor

London - Former News of the World (NoW) staff apparently got the last laugh when sending a parting shot to Rebekah Brooks, former editor of the now-defunct British tabloid, by subtly referring to her “arrogance” in the paper’s final edition crossword puzzle.

Op-Ed: News Of The World (1843-2011)

The “News Of The World” is one of the oldest “lowbrow” newspapers in the world. Sunday, it will publish its last ever edition. Though few will weep at its funeral, are we seeing the bigger picture?

News Of The World to close amid phone hacking scandal

The UK's biggest selling Sunday newspaper, News Of The World, is to print its final edition this weekend, according to owner and chairman of News International James Murdoch.

UK phone hacking scandal – shocking new revelations

The UK phone hacking scandal continues with new revelations and claims of an incestuous relationship between the "News Of The World" and the Metropolitan Police.

The British press in contempt

London - Yet again, British tabloids have gone too far with biased reporting and dubious methods, now, untypically, they are set to pay a heavy price as the Attorney General brings contempt charges, and worse could follow for one of their number.

News of the World accused of hacking Milly Dowler's phone

The News of the World has spent months in the headlines following allegations of the phone-hacking of celebrities phones but now drops to new low as allegations emerge they hacked murdered Milly's phone.
 

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