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Andy Coulson, Clive Goodman Retrial Set to Start June 29

The phone-hacking trial jury last year failed to reach a verdict on charges that they conspired to pay public officials for royal phone directories.

Andy Coulson Leaves High-Security Prison

The former News of the World editor will spend the rest of his phone-hacking sentence in another British institution

Hacking Trial: Jury Discharged After Failing to Reach Verdict on Two Counts

UPDATED: The charges against Andy Coulson and the former "News of the World" royal editor focused on alleged payments to public officials for royal phone directories?.

Jude Law Testifies at News of the World Phone Hacking Trial

The actor said he was unaware that a close family member allegedly sold stories about him to British tabloids.

Hacking Trial: Former News Corp U.K. Newspaper Top Exec Andy Coulson Bites Back (Report)

The former "News of the World" editor's counsel tells the London court he did not commit the offenses he is charged with and warned the jury about prejudicial reporting prior to the trial.

News UK CEO Touts Benefits of Online Paywalls

Mike Darcey, the head of the British newspaper arm of the new News Corp, says he would rather go after "meaningful revenue" than pat his own ego with wider readership.

Read Angelina Jolie Stunt Double’s Wiretapping Lawsuit Against News Corp.

Eunice Huthart says that tabloids were getting exclusives on the actress by intercepting her voice messages.

Phone Hacking: 6 New U.K. Arrests

In a new line of inquiry, police officers in London detain former "News of the World" journalists who now work for News Corp.'s "The Sun."

Phone Hacking: Rebekah Brooks Will Be Cleared, Husband Charlie Says (Report)

Charlie Brooks tells The Sunday Times, published by News International, he is "100 percent confident" his partner, the ex-CEO of the News Corp. owned publishing division, will be cleared.

Phone Hacking Scandal: U.K. Prosecutors to Decide on Charges This Month

??Ex-News Corp. journalists who may face trial in 13 cases have not been identified, but long-time Rupert Murdoch ally Rebekah Brooks is among those previously arrested.

Private Investigator Must Reveal Who Gave Phone Hacking Orders

The U.K.'s Supreme Court has ordered Glen Mulcaire to hand over details of who told him to carry out the hacking at News Corp.'s now-shuttered News of The World.

News International Offers ‘No Comment’ on Reports That Two Reporters at Murdoch-Owned Sun Tabloid Attempted Suicide (Update)

British media and social sites largely silent as overnight reports suggest apparent suicide attempts came as pressure from investigations into alleged phone-hacking continues to mount.