News of the World phone hacking
Stories related to the scandal related to phone hacking at News of the World and other News Corp. tabloids.
Morning media roundup: How to borrow a horse from Scotland Yard
Also: Rupert Murdoch wishes people would stop nagging him.
The Sun on Sunday: We smuggled in two copies!
Editorial acknowledges cloud over the company.
Murdoch's Times of London is being investigated for hacking
News Corp. internal investigation will take another 18 months.
Former News of the World editor: Many of my sources would be considered unreliable
But the tabloid checked out their information.
Independent corrects report that The Sun hacked phones
No evidence that The Sun hacked phones of Prince Andrew's daughters.
Phone hacking victims say News Corp. has admitted coverup
News Corp. pays out $1 million to settle cases.
Who should really be jailed for News of the World hacking?
It's a stretch to think cops are fooled by flirtatious reporters
Which is what a U.K. report warned of.
Colin Myler named New York Daily News editor
He was editor of News of the World when it closed.
Testimony contradicts Piers Morgan's claim he was unaware of phone hacking as UK tabloid editor
"The newspaper was built around the cult of Piers."
CNN's Piers Morgan testifies before UK inquiry on phone hacking
"People don't understand how stories get into newspapers."
Murdoch says he didn't read email about phone-hacking lawsuit
Editor told Murdoch of phone-hacking lawsuit, "It is as bad as we feared."
Auletta: Rupert Murdoch's vision of family-run News Corp. is dead
Unlike the legacy of Steve Jobs, which will live on.
Midday roundup: Dec. 7, 2011
Robert Thomson criticizes competitors for phone hacking coverage; Fed criticizes Bloomberg for lending coverage.
Morning advisory: Dec. 7, 2011
Phone hacking arrest; new owners appoint new president for U-T; shield law doesn't apply to blogger.