The News Corp. COO tells analysts that U.K. parliamentary report contains "hard truths" but criticism of his boss was "purely partisan"
The vote of confidence in Murdoch comes after U.K. parliamentary report declares him unfit to lead the company
Rupert Murdoch talks Margaret Thatcher, Tony Blair and David Cameron, denying any political corruption all the while
The British government is not amused the latenight host's crack
The lawyer drops that hint while questioning Piers Morgan
Pressed by the committee, Murdoch stands by his prior testimony
News Corp. Chief Rupert Murdoch's son returns to Parliament Thursday for a second testimony
The news has been expected since two former employees have accused him of misleading Parliament
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...
By using footage from the House of Commons for satirical purposes, "The Daily Show" violates British broadcasting rules
Louise Mensch, who suggested Morgan knew of phone hacking, says she misread an article
Analysis: The media mogul seemed out of touch, uninformed and defensive while testifying before Parliament on Tuesday
The embattled media mogul's reputation might be taking a hit, but his spouse is earning high praise for thwarting his assailant
News Corp. says it will cooperate