Against the Sun
‘The Sun’ Lawyer Claims Johnny Depp Was Misogynistic Abuser of Ex-Wife Amber Heard
A lawyer for British tabloid 'The Sun' claimed Monday that Johnny Depp was "a hopeless addict" whose violence toward ex-wife Amber Heard was fueled by misogyny and a toxic combination of drink, drugs, jealousy and anger.
Amber Heard Tells Court She Feared Johnny Depp Would Kill Her
Amber Heard has accused ex-husband Johnny Depp of abusing her both physically and verbally while he was allegedly bingeing on alcohol and drugs, claiming that at various times during their tempestuous relationship she feared for her life.
‘Ink’: Theater Review
With 'Ink,' playwright James Graham and director Rupert Goold revisit the wild early days of Rupert Murdoch's reign on Fleet Street, as he and The Sun editor Larry Lamb reshaped British tabloid journalism.
Rupert Murdoch Weighs In on U.K. Tabloid Topless Women Controversy
The News Corp chief says The Sun "will always have great looking women."
Rupert Murdoch’s ‘The Sun’ Denies It Is Dropping Topless Model Photos
Critics have called the U.K. tabloid's page 3, which started using such pictures in 1970, sexist and anachronistic.
News Corp, Google War of Words Reignites
The Internet giant? references a famous Sun headline mentioning a hamster
Rupert Murdoch Wades Into Scottish Independence Debate
The mogul also comments on Piers Morgan's departure from CNN "after failing to attract any audience"
Rupert Murdoch ‘Betrayed’ by Secret Recordings
The News Corp executive chairman says he feels hurt by the leak of his private conversations with Sun staffers.
Rupert Murdoch’s ‘The Sun’ to Erect Online Paywall
Mike Darcey, the CEO of News Corp.'s U.K. newspaper unit News International, says its current practice of offering all content for free on the Internet is "untenable."
Rupert Murdoch on Debate Over Naked Prince Harry Photos: U.K. Lacks Free Press
Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt, meanwhile, says he sees "no public interest" in "The Sun"'s publication of the pictures.
U.K. Government Office Casts Doubt on Rupert Murdoch Claim
The News Corp. CEO had told the Leveson Inquiry that former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown had declared war on the media conglomerate.
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.