Judge orders jurors to deliver not guilty verdict on one of five charges in phone-hacking trial
Turnabout is fair play
Eunice Huthart alleges her voicemail was intercepted by British newspaper News of the World
The former News of the World editor follows in the footsteps of Rebekah Brooks, who also plead not guilty earlier this week
London detective April Casburn is found guilty of leaking information to the defunct News Corp. tabloid, making her the first conviction in the phone-hacking scandal
Leveson Report calls for whistleblower line for press abuses, conscience clause in journalists contracts
Rupert Murdoch says News Corp. is shaking up compliance structure in the wake of the phone-hacking scandal
The division of News Corp. into two separate entities will be a welcome development for those on the film and TV side
Former News of the World editor was formally charged in a case that rocked News Corp. to its core
The former prime minister denies that he ever vowed to "make war" against Murdoch after his papers endorsed Conservatives in the 2010 election
The former head of News Corp.'s British newspapers is being charged with concealing material from the police
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
Company says study into hacking and bribery at News of the World by British lawmakers contained "hard truths"
Rupert Murdoch also acknowledged a cover-up at his media conglomerate, News Cop., blaming one or two people at his British newspaper properties
Rupert Murdoch talks Margaret Thatcher, Tony Blair and David Cameron, denying any political corruption all the while
On a Tribeca panel with Susan Sarandon, documentary filmmaker Michael Moore says he hated Davis Guggenheim's "Waiting for Superman"
News Corp.'s British publishing unit finds itself the target of several more civil suits, making the total over 100
News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch will return to England for another day of testimony about phone hacking
Rupert Murdoch's former top deputy and five others are arrested for conspiracy to pervert the course of justice
Teri Everett, News Corp.'s former PR czar, left the company at the end of January
News Corp.'s CEO and Chairman reassures Sun employees with a staff memo and promises of a Sun on Sunday
News Corp. gave the UK police documents leading to the arrest of five of its journalists, how bad will the scandal get?
The FBI has found scant evidence of phone hacking, but foreign bribery may fell some of Rupert Murdoch's employees
Cops claim journalists at now-shuttered News Corp. tabloid misled them and obstructed search for missing girl later found dead
It is believed to be the long-time assistant to Murdoch ally Rebekah Brooks
Former U.K. newspaper editor Morgan has repeatedly denied condoning hacking, but what else does he know?
Rupert's son continues to deny he was warned hacking was widespread
Glenn Mulcaire, a private investigator who worked for the News of the World, has been arrested
One was the owner of the scandal-ridden News of the World