BSkyB tweets the news, then says it was hacked.
A preview of the report suggests he'll be found merely "ill-informed."
The second time was much like the first.
He has a lot more explaining to do.
Rupert Murdoch will replace him as chairman at the end of the month.
It's not illegal, but it is "Mafia-like."
The scandal spreads.
Victims can opt to use the Internet instead of going to court.
Phone hacking only made things worse.
Investigators found one cell phone used to hack more than 1,000 voice mails.
Minority shareholders came out strong against the family in a vote.
And yet new allegations surface.
Local pension funds to oppose Rupert Murdoch.
To tell or not to tell.
Speculation continues about News Corp.'s succession plan.
California teachers' pension fund, which owns 6 million shares.
Shareholder advisers are recommending that investors vote against the family.
Report into conflict of interest due Monday.
It's open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Claims could reach more than £100 million.