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.
Afternoon digest: Dec. 6, 2011
Romney to appear on Fox News; The Atlantic tweets an ad.
Eavesdropping on voice mails 'perfectly acceptable,' says former NOTW journalist
Paul McMullan defends the practice during testimony.
Why The Guardian's Nick Davies paid child prostitutes for information
He talks to parliamentary committee about journalism ethics.
Many former News of the World readers have stopped reading Sunday papers
Rather than switch to a competitor, they have stopped reading.
Morning advisory: Nov. 22, 2011
Roger Ailes, NY media vs. NYPD, Hugh Grant.
Afternoon digest: Nov. 21, 2011
Guardian to sell paidContent, Meghan McCain gets job with MSNBC.
Morning advisory: Nov. 17, 2011
AP prohibition on breaking news on Twitter; Pulse news reader scores a prime spot on the Fire.
6 of 10 people in U.K. say phone-hacking scandal has hurt press credibility
James Murdoch: I didn't see memos describing widespread phone hacking
He sticks by earlier testimony.
News Corp. scandal broadens with arrest of The Sun reporter for bribery
News Corp. has contended unethical and illegal activities limited to News of the World.
News Corp. HR chief steps down
Beryl Cook has worked for the company for 22 years.
Latest documents describe 'culture of illegal information access' at News of the World
Lawyers describe evidence pointing to widespread illegal activity.
News of the World mobile phone used to eavesdrop on more than 1,000 voice mails
Phone was used by small group of people on the news desk.
Les Hinton says previous phone-hacking testimony was as truthful as his incomplete knowledge allowed
He appeared before a U.K. parliamentary committee Monday.
Father-son clashes at News Corp. a story of traditionalist vs. technocrat
James Murdoch's succession as CEO of News Corp. is in doubt.