Meant to replace the defunct NotW.
The singer has settled her phone-hacking case.
The former prime minister and his wife, Cherie, are close personal friends of the Murdochs.
Now every day is a Sun day, says the Sun.
Amid arrests at his British tabloid, Murdoch is pledging his support and launching a new product.
Insiders say the British paper is pissed about the latest News Corp. arrests.
Talk of the paper closing, or its editor leaving.
Looming scandals didn't stop the company from earning a huge quarterly profit.
Rupert Murdoch's company could still be in trouble domestically.
He makes yet another hire from the schools administration.
Four current and former editors of The Sun were also arrested.
Rupert Murdoch's "alter ego" loves sports and buffalo wings.
News Corp. has agreed to pay dozens of high-profile victims.
Bills would've changed "technical architecture" of the Internet.
He'll be charged with handling all of the phone-hacking lawsuits.
A longtime News Corp. employee becomes the seventeenth person arrested in the scandal.
The ex-News Corp. editor is taking over New York City's other tabloid.
The News Corp. boss has taken Twitter by storm, but for how long?