News International

LulzSec Hacks News International Emails

Members of the hacking group LulzSec claim to have accessed News International emails, the Guardian reports.

‘Jonnie Marbles’ Comes Clean on Murdoch Pie Attack

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Police Seize Bag Found Near Rebekah Brooks’ Home

Detectives are investigating a computer, phone, and paperwork found in a bag near the home of recently-arrested former News International CEO Rebekah Brooks, the Guardian reports.

‘News of the World’ Whistleblower Found Dead

Former News of the World entertainment reporter Sean Hoare has been found dead at his home in the U.K., the Guardian reports. Hoare was the first named journalist to accuse Andy Coulson of being aware of the hacking activities that went on at the tabloid.

Second Top London Police Official Resigns

Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner John Yates has resigned, becoming the second Scotland Yard casualty of the News International hacking scandal. His boss, Sir Paul Stephenson, exited his own post yesterday.

Cameron Cuts Short Trip to Address Parliament

Prime Minister David Cameron prematurely ended a trip to Africa on Monday and ordered a special Parliamentary session to address the News International hacking scandal, just after the arrest of former CEO Rebekah Brooks and

Hacking Scandal Brings Down London Police Chief

The repercussions of News Corp.'s phone hacking scandal don't seem likely to end any time soon, and now they're spreading out in to the British government. 

Dow Jones CEO Hinton Resigns

Dow Jones CEO Les Hinton is resigning from his position, becoming the latest (and first American) casualty of the News Corp. phone hacking scandal.

News Corp. PR Kicks Into High Gear

After initially dismissing the massive importance of the News International hacking claims, News Corp.

News International CEO Rebekah Brooks Resigns

News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks has resigned after facing intense pressure from British lawmakers and the public over the