Pretty distastefully, too.
How News Corp. tried to cover up the scandal before it broke.
This could be so good!
Early on in the scandal, she called for Rebekah Brooks to step down.
Damage control failed in Britain. Can it work Stateside?
But will the unusually timed arrest help her avoid questions from the House of Commons on Tuesday?
That's almost once every two weeks since he took office.
Rebekah Brooks set for $5.6 million severance.
Les Hinton, in charge of the company's British newspapers during the hacking, has stepped down.
His damage control isn't working.
Apparently, even they answer to someone.
Specifically, claims that its British journalists tried to hack into the voice mails of 9/11 victims.
Could Rupert's successor be an outsider?
Ailes's Fox News fiefdom has avoided any connection to the hacking uproar.
News Corp. backs down in the face of political pressure.
How culpable is Murdoch — morally, legally, karmically?
Rupert and James Murdoch, as well as Rebekah Brooks, will have to answer questions about the growing hacking scandal.