Murdoch in Crisis
Complete coverage of the hacking scandal plaguing Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.
Ex-exec. on Murdoch questioning
Journalist and former Murdoch exec. Nick Ferrari speaks to Chris Wragge about how James Murdoch is handling a second round questioning by Parliament over the "News of the World" phone hacking scandal.
Murdoch's son faces new questions over hacking
Rupert Murdoch's son is facing a second round of harsh questioning from Parliament over the "New of the World" phone hacking scandal. Charlie D'Agata reports on the latest details.
James Murdoch returns to UK over phone hacking
News Corp. exec faces a second grilling in Britain's Parliament about the phone hacking scandal
BBC: Murdoch tabloid spied on Prince William
Private eye conducted surveillance on prince in 2006 during visit to Prince Charles' country home, broadcaster reports
Murdoch hacking scandal spreads with new arrest
British media reports say The Sun journalist Jamie Pyatt arrested on suspicion of police corruption
U.K. police: 6,000 possible phone hack victims
British police increase their estimate of potential phone hacking victims of the News of the World tabloid to 5,795
Murdoch company may pay family of murdered teen
Rupert Murdoch's London office confirmed that negotiations are under way for a settlement with the family of murdered 13-year-old girl Milly Dowler. Charlie D'Agata reports on the latest in the phone hacking scandal.
Letter suggests News of the World knew of hacking
New evidence about Britain's News of the World phone hacking scandal suggests some senior executives knew what was going on. Mark Phillips reports on the new revelations.
Bombshell letter in Murdoch scandal
Top executives from News Corp, including Rupert and James Murdoch, have sworn that they had nothing to do with phone hacking at their newspapers. But as Mark Phillips reports, a 4-year-old letter has turned up could haunt them.
Rupert Murdoch back in N.Y. to salvage News Corp.
Rupert Murdoch arrived back in the New York hoping the newspaper scandal in Britain did not move over to the U.S. Jeff Glor reports on Murdoch's moves in the scandal's aftermath.
Parliament grills PM Cameron on ties to Murdoch
At a rowdy emergency session of Parliament, British lawmakers grilled U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron on his relationship with Rupert Murdoch and his now disgraced executive team, reports Elizabeth Palmer.
Chinese-born Wendi Deng is the third wife of media mogul Rupert Murdoch
Wife defends Murdoch during hearing, attacks attacker
About two hours into the parliamentary hearing concerning Britain's hacking scandal, Rupert Murdoch's 42-year-old wife, Wendi Deng, wasted no time to come to her husband's rescue. Jeff Glor reports.
While apologetic, Murdoch does not accept blame
Rupert Murdoch appeared in front of a parliamentary committee to answer questions concerning his knowledge of the News of the World phone hacking scandal. Jeff Glor reports on the latest details of the hearings.
Who got a pie in the face?
Look at some of the famous people who have had pies shoved in their faces
Can Murdoch maintain control of his media empire?
Stock in Rupert Murdoch's "News Corporation" has fallen 12 percent since the hacking scandal. Now, many are asking whether the all-powerful CEO can maintain control of his media empire. Anthony Mason reports.
Murdochs testify, admit to nothing
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch, along with his son James, testified before Parliament on the hacking scandal that brought down "News of the World." Though they were apologetic, they would not admit to knowing anything about the wrongdoings, reports Elizabeth Palmer.
Rebekah Brooks apologizes
Ex-Murdoch newspaper chief Rebekah Brooks apologized to UK Parliament members of the House of Commons culture, media and sport committee for allegations of unethical journalistic practices by the "News of the World."
Rupert Murdoch attacked during hearing
Rupert Murdoch was attacked with what appears to be a pie during a hearing before members of Parliament. The videotape appears to show a protester heading toward Rupert Murdoch. Murdoch's wife, Wendi Deng, then lunged at the protester.
Murdoch's backdoor access to PM Brown
During questioning by a British Parliamentary Committee, Media mogul Rupert Murdoch was repeatedly questioned about entering through the backdoor when meeting with then-British Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
Murdoch: "Most humble day of my life"
Rupert Murdoch interrupts his son, James Murdoch, during the parliamentary hearing to say, "This is the most humble day of my life."
Murdoch CEO Rebekah Brooks arrested
In wake of the fallout from the Rupert Murdoch phone hacking scandal, former editor and News International CEO Rebekah Brooks was arrested. Elizabeth Palmer reports on the latest details.
Murdoch CEO bailed after questions on hacking
Murdoch CEO Rebekah Brooks has been released on bail after being arrested by British police investigating the News of the World phone hacking scandal. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
What's next for Murdoch's News Corp.?
The Daily Beast's Lloyd Grove speaks to Chris Wragge about the arrest of Murdoch's CEO Rebekah Brooks and what's next for the News International following the News of the World phone hacking scandal.
Murdoch apologies, hacking probes continue
Major British newspapers carried full-page advertisements of apology from Rupert Murdoch and his company News International for the hacking scandal. But, as Dana Lewis reports, it won't slow down the criminal and judicial investigations already underway.
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