The phone hacking scandal which has engulfed Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. had been relatively dormant over the past couple of weeks. But a letter revealed for the first time Tuesday is likely to blow the whole thing open again.
As the reporter who’s been at the forefront in the investigation into phone hacking by News of the World, the Guardian’s Nick Davies has been a real thorn in Rupert Murdoch’s side. And now things might just get worse for the media mogul. Davies has come to the U.S. looking for evidence of similar malfeasance here.
The Guardian is reporting that police believe Glenn Mulcaire, the investigator once employed by the News of the World who's at the center of the News Corp.
The Guardian is out with a fresh report on the ongoing News Corp. phone hacking scandal, and this one is absolutely explosive.
News Corp. may just have gotten its 18 minutes of missing tape moment. The Guardian is reporting that police in the U.K.
Update: According to a report in the New York Times, Andy Coulson has been arrested "on suspicion of corruption and phone hacking."
Harper’s Magazine and Scott Horton were not supposed to win the National Magazine Award for Reporting this year.
Dish Network's Charlie Ergen has decided to step down as president and CEO of the company he founded. Effective June 20, Joseph Clayton, the former head of Sirius Satellite Radio, will replace Ergen.