Murdoch in Crisis
Complete coverage of the hacking scandal plaguing Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.
Americans to sue Murdoch in hacking scandal
British attorney Mark Lewis speaks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about his U.S. clients who intend to sue Rupert Murdoch for allegedly hacking their phones.
Britain's phone hacking scandal heads to U.S.
A British attorney is ready to sue Rupert Murdoch on behalf of three clients who may have been hacked in the United States. Mark Phillips reports on the latest of Britain's phone hacking scandal.
James Murdoch steps down at BSkyB
Media exec departs under pressure over role in U.K. tabloid phone hacking scandal
Rebekah Brooks arrested in phone hacking scandal
Rebekah Brooks, a former top executive at Rupert Murdoch's media empire, was reportedly arrested at her home in connection with Britain's tabloid phone-hacking scandal. Scott Pelley reports.
James Murdoch resigns from News International
James Murdoch is stepping down from his role as executive chairman of News International as British police begin to comb through a mountain of evidence in a hacking scandal surrounding his father's media empire. Jim Axelrod reports.
Murdoch son resigns as News International exec
James Murdoch relinquishes position at U.K. newspaper arm, remains deputy chief operating officer of News Corp.
Murdoch's challenge: Keep scoops, hold sleaze
News Corp's new tabloid, The Sun on Sunday, launches this weekend following the long-running phone hacking scandal
Senior U.K. cop investigated over hacking
Police say officer accused of giving information to News International during initial phone hacking inquiry
News Corp. says new tabloid to launch next week
Successor to Rupert Murdoch's scandal-tarnished News of the World newspaper will start publication in a week's time
Rupert Murdoch: Won't protect tabloid wrongdoers
Says News Corp. will continue to cooperate with police, pledges to restore status of newspaper tarred by hacking and bribery scandal
Murdoch to try and stem mounting corruption scandal
Media mogul expected in London to address staff after string of arrests at The Sun stemming from corruption investigation
8 more arrests in U.K. tabloid bribery probe
Five staff members of Murdoch paper The Sun, three police and defense officials detained
News International settles 9 phone hacking suits
Rupert Murdoch's British media company has now dealt with more than 60 claims in hacking scandal, 50 others being prepared
British police arrest 5 in tabloid bribery probe
Police officer, 4 others detained; Offices of Murdoch's British newspaper searched
British police make new phone hacking arrest
Police investigating tabloid phone hacking have arrested a long-serving former assistant to ex-News of the World editor
U.K. cops make 23rd arrest in hacking probe
Woman detained is reportedly Cheryl Carter, long-time assistant to ex-News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks
Journo: Morgan must have known about hacking
"Nothing happened at the newspaper without him knowing," ex-reporter, already convicted of hacking, tells inquiry
Morgan rejects hacking claims, but stays evasive
CNN host gives evidence of his experience running British tabloids News of the World and Daily Mirror
Murdoch media pays 7 more hacking victims
Princess Diana's ex-lover James Hewitt among several who receive settlements over News of the World scandal
Email chain erodes Murdoch's hacking defense
New email chain brought to light showing James Murdoch replied to a 2008 message suggesting hacking case "as bad as we feared"
James Murdoch re-elected chair of BSkyB
Retains post at U.K. broadcaster despite calls for resignation over Murdoch conglomerate's phone hacking scandal
Parents describe horror of phone hacking scandal
Sally and Bob Dowler were led to believe their murdered daughter Milly was still alive because a newspaper was illegally hacking into Milly's cellphone and listening to and deleting voicemails
Hugh Grant: I was hacked by non-Murdoch tabloid
Testifying at media ethics inquiry actor says hacked voice mails only possible source for newspaper story in 2007
Murdered teen's parents testify in hacking case
The parents of a murdered girl who were deceived into thinking she was still alive after her phone was allegedly hacked by Rupert Murdoch's The News of the World newspaper testified in front of a British judiciary panel. Mark Phillips reports.
James Murdoch: I was kept in dark about hacking
Media mogul's son blames subordinates for not sharing extent of illegal behavior at News of the World with him
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