Coulson was prime minister David Cameron's former director of communications and a NotW editor; other defendants include the paper's former managing editor and Brooks' husband
The former News of the World editor follows in the footsteps of Rebekah Brooks, who also plead not guilty earlier this week
Coulson and Brooks have been ensnared in the News Corp. phone-hacking scandal
Former News of the World editor was formally charged in a case that rocked News Corp. to its core
Seven people charged with conspiracy to intercept communications
Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson is also slated to appear before the Leveson Inquiry
New allegations surface that News Corp.’s UK publishing arm hacked into the computer of former Northern Ireland Secretary Peter Hain
A UK governmental inquiry will bring both Murdochs and potentially many more figures in the scandal before a high court judge
After a report earlier this week that News International paid its former editor while he was working for the conservative party, there is now a...
Coulson, the former editor of News of the World, was still receiving severance payments while he was working for the U.K. Conservative Party, according to...
Cameron regrets hiring Andy Coulson but does not deny talking with former News International chief Rebekah Brooks about BSkyB
Former reporter talked with the New York Times about Coulson's role in phone hacking