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Rebellion at The Sun Threatens to Derail News Corp.’s Clean-Up Program

The growing rift between newspaper journalists and their bosses shows no signs of the abating as staff at the newspaper consider mounting legal challenge against News Corp.'s Management Standards…

News Corp. Reports 71 Percent Quarterly Profit Gain

Movies and television make up for weak publishing results -- as well as an $87 million charge for a hacking scandal -- at the media conglomerate.

Key Email Connecting James Murdoch to Phone Hacking Deleted Prior to Investigation

Multiple copies of the email were lost or deleted, but Murdoch has repeated his claim that he was not part of a cover-up.

The Guardian Under Pressure to Apologize for News of the World Phone-Hacking Accusation

The newspaper, which reported in July that messages on murdered teen Milly Dowler's phone had been deleted by News of the World, has now conceded that it is "no longer clear" what happened to the…

Glenn Mulcaire Latest to Be Arrested in Phone-Hacking Investigation

The Former News of The World investigator has already served jail time for illegal phone interception.

Rebekah Brooks, Andy Coulson Called ‘Scum of Journalism’ By Former Reporter

Paul McMullan, a former features editor on the News of the World, said Tuesday that the editors threw he and his colleagues into the thick of phone hacking.

CNN’s Piers Morgan to Be Called to Leveson Inquiry to Explain Comments on Phone Hacking

UPDATED: The disclosure came as Sienna Miller tells Leveson Inquiry she was "verbally abused and spat at" amid a "terrifying" campaign of press intimidation.

Steve Coogan Calls For Greater Rights of Privacy, Tells Leveson Inquiry: ‘I Have Never Wanted to Be Famous’

The actor said he did not consider himself a public figure and had not made "a Faustian pact" with the media.

Hugh Grant Accuses ‘The Mail on Sunday’ of Phone Hacking

The actor says the paper may have hacked his phone in 2007.

Princes William, Harry, Daniel Radcliffe Family Emerge as News Corp. Surveillance Victims

Private Investigator Derek Webb has told the BBC that they were among 90 celebrities, sportsmen and politicians he was hired to monitor.

Longtime News Corp. Human Resources Exec Stepping Down

Amid pressure from the company's growing phone-hacking scandal, HR boss Beryl Cook announced Thursday she is leaving the post she's held since 2007.

News Corp. Posts Strong Earnings in a Politically Tumultuous Quarter

UPDATED: Dinged by charges related to a well-publicized newspaper scandal, however, the company run by Rupert Murdoch records a smaller profit.