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News Corp. Scandal

  1. Former Murdoch Editor and Cameron Aide Will Face a Second Trial The phone-hacking fallout continues. 
  2. Tony Blair Heckled During Phone-Hacking TestimonyThe power of [the British press] is indisputable,” he said.
  3. Rebekah Brooks Name-Drops Three Prime Ministers at Phone-Hacking InquiryShe wasn’t such great pals with Gordon Brown, but did teach David Cameron the true meaning of “LOL.”
  4. Rupert Murdoch Expected Before Hacking InquiryThe answer is some degree of “very.” 
  5. U.S. Phone-Hacking Lawsuits Against News Corp. Reportedly ImminentAnti-Murdoch lawyer Mark Lewis is due in town on Monday.
  6. On Twitter, Rupert Murdoch Vows Revenge for News Corp. TreatmentGame on!
  7. James Murdoch Is Out of Another JobHe has resigned from the board of Times Newspapers Holdings.
  8. Rebekah Brooks Arrested AgainAlong with her husband and several others.
  9. Former Russian News Corp. Subsidiary Under Investigation for BriberyThis scandal is logging some serious frequent-flier miles.
  10. James Murdoch Out As Executive Chairman of News InternationalRupert’s scandal-plagued son is finally taking that “breather.”
  11. Rupert Murdoch Launches The Sun on Sunday, Which Sort of FizzlesMeant to replace the defunct NotW.
  12. Murdoch Flies to London to Avoid Crisis at SunTalk of the paper closing, or its editor leaving.
  13. Charge: NYDN Editor Authorized News Corp Surveillance [Updated]The scandal gets closer to Colin Myler.
  14. Murdoch-Owned Company Cancels Murdoch-Teasing PodcastThe Bugle got dropped, but for financial reasons, supposedly.
  15. Murdoch Employees Hacked Government Computers?National security and Charlotte Church are now involved in the News Corp. corruption scandal.
  16. James Murdoch Arrested ... or Not, Oops!BSkyB tweets the news, then says it was hacked.
  17. Parliament to Shake Finger at James Murdoch for Phone HackingA preview of the report suggests he’ll be found merely “ill-informed.”
  18. James Murdoch Says He Didn’t Know AnythingThe second time was much like the first.
  19. James Murdoch Goes Back to Parliament: A PrimerHe has a lot more explaining to do.
  20. Chairman and CEO of News Limited Steps DownRupert Murdoch will replace him as chairman at the end of the month.
  21. News Corp. Had Phone-Hacking Lawyers Spied OnIt’s not illegal, but it is “Mafia-like.”
  22. Journalist Arrested at Another News Corp. NewspaperThe scandal spreads.
  23. News Corp. Hacked Your Phone? Apply for Money Online!Victims can opt to use the Internet instead of going to court.
  24. Murdochs Reportedly Sought Family Counseling Over News Corp. IssuesPhone hacking only made things worse.
  25. News Corp. ‘Smoking Phone’ Found in Hacking InquiryInvestigators found one cell phone used to hack more than 1,000 voice mails.
  26. Rupert Murdoch Pretty Much Saved His Sons in the News Corp. Shareholders’ VoteMinority shareholders came out strong against the family in a vote.
  27. Rupert Murdoch Attempts to Soothe Investors at Annual MeetingAnd yet new allegations surface.
  28. Bloomberg Backs Rupert Murdoch, NYC Funds Do NotLocal pension funds to oppose Rupert Murdoch.
  29. News Corp. Allegedly Fired a Whistle-blower, Now Promises to Protect Whistle-blowers [Updated]To tell or not to tell.
  30. News Corp. Investors Starting to Wonder About This Murdoch GuyShareholder advisers are recommending that investors vote against the family.
  31. News Corp. Employees Can Now Police Themselves With Illegal Activity HotlineIt’s open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
  32. News Corp. Now Facing More Than 60 Lawsuits for Phone HackingClaims could reach more than £100 million.
  33. Murdoch Mouthpiece Quit Over Phone HackingShe declined to comment.
  34. Phone-Hacking Lawsuits Against News Corp. Coming to New YorkIt’s another headache for Rupert Murdoch.
  35. U.S. Prosecutors Invite News Corp. to Get in TouchWhy should the U.K. have all the fun?
  36. News Corp. Offers $4.7 Million Settlement in Phone-Hacking CaseThe family of Milly Dowler would receive most of it, while the rest will go to charity.
  37. British Police Attempting to Force Guardian Into Giving Up Phone-Hacking SourcesWhy ever would Scotland Yard be going after journalists?
  38. The Stars Come Out for High Court’s News of the World InquiryFinally, some glamour.
  39. James Murdoch Has Some More Explaining to Do, Will Face Parliament AgainThe News Corp. exec will face more questions from parliament, as expected.
  40. Tony Blair Is Godfather to Rupert Murdoch’s DaughterAnd yet somehow he went unnoticed at the ceremony.
  41. News Corp. Plans Layoffs Amid More Phone-Hacking Testimony [Updated]More than 100 will lose their jobs, but not James or Rupert. Yet.
  42. What Hacking? Rupert Murdoch and Son Pocket $18.5 Million in BonusesPlus, another possible Rupert successor!
  43. Murdochs to Testify Under Oath in Phone-Hacking ScandalThis time they’ll be asked to tell the truth.
  44. Eric Holder Says There’s ‘No Proof’ 9/11 Victims Were HackedSo far, that is.
  45. Former NotW Editor Received News Corp. Money While Working for CameronAs with everything related to News Corp., the relevant parties claim they were “not aware.”
  46. News of the World’s U.S. Editor Arrested TooHe’s the thirteenth person so far.
  47. New Evidence of Cover-up in Murdoch Hacking ScandalNew documents are “absolutely devastating” to the Murdochs.
  48. Rupert Murdoch and Friends Still Filthy RichNews Corp. announced better than expected earnings today.
  49. News Corp. Has ‘Best Friends’ in High PlacesRupert Murdoch’s company is in good hands.
  50. Joel Klein and News Corp. Go Way BackThe newly appointed special adviser has dealt with the company’s issues before.
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