hacking scandal

Murdochs to Testify Under Oath

Compared with last month's constant flood of revelations, there seems to be a lull in hacking news coming from the U.K.

Holder: ‘No Proof Yet’ that NOTW Hacked 9/11 Victims

In his meeting yesterday with the 9/11 victims' families, U.S.

AG Holder Meets With 9/11 Victims’ Families About ‘NOTW’ Hacking Claims

Following last month’s revelation that News of the World journalists may have hacked into the voicemails of 9/11 victims, Politico is reporting that U.S.

Newly Published Letter Reveals Extent of News Corp. Hacking Cover-Up

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.

Fast Chat: Piers Morgan’s Nemesis

Piers Morgan may have no bigger enemy in the blogosphere than Paul Staines. Though virtually unknown in the U.S., Staines—who writes under the pseudonym "Guido Fawkes"—operates one of the more widely-read political blogs in Britain.

‘NOTW’ Implicated for Hacking in Another Murdered Girl Case

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.

Blogger’s Claim That CNN’s Morgan Knew of Hacking Falls Short

The English blogger who has, for weeks, been accusing Piers Morgan of involvement in the ballooning U.K. hacking scandal, now says he is sitting on a recording in which Morgan admits as much.

News Corp. Legal Team in Turmoil

At a time when Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. is facing the worst legal quagmire in its history, it finds itself with a legal team in turmoil. The company’s top lawyer, a man close to Murdoch, left only recently, and his replacement is, for now at least, just temporary. It’s a situation the company may not be able to afford.

Senate Dems Ask News Corp. to Investigate Itself

Members of Congress are still making noise here and there about News Corp.'s phone hacking scandal, but they keep on asking others to take on the tough task of actually investigating the hacking, and whether it happened here, rather than moving to do it themselves.

Could News Corp.’s Board Fire Rupert Murdoch?

Though they deny it, there are credible reports that at least some of the directors of News Corp. have grown fed up with Rupert Murdoch’s leadership during the ongoing phone-hacking scandal and are looking to replace him.