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Topic: News International

Former 'News of the World' Editor Coulson Arrested

He had also served the prime minister

Update: According to a report in the New York Times, Andy Coulson has been arrested "on suspicion of corruption and phone hacking." As if News Corp.'s decision to close the News…

It’s the Advertisers Wot Done It

'News of the World' to end its 168-year run without any ads at all

News of the World, Rupert Murdoch’s scandal-plagued British tabloid, will print its last issue this Sunday—and it will not be running any advertising. In the statement in which he announced the…

News Corp. Closing Beleaguered 'News of the World'

Rupert Murdoch's tabloid destroyed by hacking scandal

Editors' note: This is a breaking story, and is being continuously updated as news warrants. The latest revelations in the ongoing News Corp. phone hacking scandal were apparently too much for…

News Corp. Facing New Investigation into Phone Hacking Scandal

Prime Minister David Cameron caves to pressure

LONDON—Rupert Murdoch’s News International, a subsidiary of his News Corp. empire, has lost a battle that it desperately wanted to win. It has failed to avoid a public inquiry into…

'News of the World' Also Hacked Families of 7/7 Victims

PM David Cameron plans to launch inquiry

As if hacking into the voicemails of a missing 13-year-old-girl and wrongly accused murder suspect weren’t already bad enough, another revelation has come to light in the News of the…

Murdoch's 'News of the World' Involved in Two New Hacking Scandals

One involves a murdered 13-year-old girl

News Corp.’s British tabloid News of the World made headlines in recent months after it was revealed that the paper hired private detectives to hack into people's private voicemails, leading to…

'Times of London' Digital Subs Top 100,000

But digital gains come alongside print declines

The Times of London and its Sunday Times are crowing that their digital subscriptions have topped 100,000 one year after Rupert Murdoch’s papers started charging for online access, even as…

The Phone Hacking Scandal Gets Even Uglier

Stream of new revelations battering company

The story so far: Clive Goodman, a journalist for Rupert Murdoch’s English tabloid, the News of the World, was sent to prison in 2006, along with a private detective, Glenn…

Revelations About Kate Middleton, Tony Blair Give U.K. Hacking Scandal New Life

Prince William's new wife, former prime minister allegedly targeted

There’s a saying popular in Britain that you can wait ages for a bus to arrive and then several come along at once. After a lull of about 10 days,…

Even Scotland Yard's Tied Up in U.K. Phone-Hacking Scandal

Some suggest collusion in cover-up

The story so far: Clive Goodman, a journalist for Rupert Murdoch’s English tabloid, the News of the World, was sent to prison in 2006, along with a private detective, Glenn…

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