Former editor and top Rupert Murdoch aide was cleared of charges in phone hacking scandal
“I’ve lived in America most of my life, so I’ve seen first-hand how not to run a country,” explains the animated character
The charges come after former News of the World editor Andy Coulson was sentenced to 18 months in prison
David Cameron, the British prime minister, became the fourth Group of 8 world leader to join Twitter
David Cameron's visit to "Late Show With David Letterman" marks the first time a sitting British prime minsiter has appeared on a CBS late-night program
British prime minister tells inquiry panel that he did not trade favors for the support of Murdoch's news
The White House released the entertainers and menu for Wednesday’s dinner, but not the guest list
Damian Lewis, star of “Homeland,” said that he will attend the White House dinner with visiting Prime Minister David Cameron
President Obama and U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron will be interviewed at halftime of first March Madness basketball game on TruTV
The News of the World’s former editor and lawyer restate their prior claims that Murdoch knew of an e-mail that he told Parliament he did...
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...
The British prime minister sings a different tune about social media now that the uprising is on home soil
British Prime Minister and Parliamentarians call for Murdoch to answer more questions over “mistaken” information
Cameron regrets hiring Andy Coulson but does not deny talking with former News International chief Rebekah Brooks about BSkyB
From the closing of a major tabloid to resignations and arrests, TheWrap traces the contours of the ongoing scandal
Scope will be broadened from just News Corp. to scrutinize greater dealings between law enforcement, the media and politicians