The star of "Django Unchained" defends his director and adds that the film is "supposed to" make viewers angry
U.S. version of British site surges thanks to election
The widely read political columnist will move his blog to The Guardian
Google, Apple, The Boston Globe, The Guardian, Fox, CBS, AOL and others paid nearly $185,000 for custom domain names
How to cope without everyone's favorite research tool
The lawyer drops that hint while questioning Piers Morgan
It will consolidate sections as part of a "cycle of integration"
The British daily's parent company is talking with a "select number of potential buyers"
A New York Times story published Wednesday raises questions about who will succeed Rupert Murdoch as News Corp.'s CEO
The Guardian reports that one of Rupert Murdoch's key deputies, Andrew Langhoff, has resigned amid accusations that the Journal was buying copies of its own...
Media companies will now make their content available on the social networking giant
The media conglomerate's British publishing subsidiary will pay Milly Dowler's family $3.1 million and donate $1.6 million to charity
Scotland Yard is claiming the British daily violated the Official Secrets Act
The left-leaning British daily is making its second run an American operation
Twitter user linked to its full archive of leaked cables with the identities of at-risk individuals unredacted
Analysis: The family that owned the Journal regrets selling to Rupert, but how can they claim they didn't know?
One reporter is fired and another is suspended pending investigation