Murdoch in Crisis
Complete coverage of the hacking scandal plaguing Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.
Dow Jones CEO resigns amid scandal
Amid the ever-growing scandal surrounding Rupert Murdoch's media empire, the head of Dow Jones and Co. Les Hinton announced his resignation, reports Elaine Quijano.
Murdoch apologizes for "serious wrongdoing"
In a stunning about-face, media mogul Rupert Murdoch is humbling himself publicly over the hacking scandal that brought down his "News of the World" paper. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Hacking scandal boils over to U.S.
Dana Lewis reports on Rupert Murdoch trying to defend his news organization in the U.K. over a cell phone hacking scandal. Then Whit Johnson reports on U.S. probe of whether the cell phones of 9/11 victims were hacked.
Britain newspaper hacking controversy
The News of the World, Britain's largest Sunday newspaper, is under fire for hacking the voicemail account of a missing teenager, giving her family false hope that she was still alive. Mark Phillips reports on the controversy that has reached parliament.
Did "News of the World" target 911 victims?
Political commentator Simon Hoggart speaks to Erica Hill about the implications of the phone hacking scandal that led to the demise of Britain's "News of the World" tabloid.
Farewell to "News of the World"
Though it remained one of the best selling newspapers in the English-speaking world, the name "News of the World" is now disgraced and the fallout has British politicians, the police and the formidable Mr. Murdoch. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
The end of Murdoch's "World"
CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports from London on the end of the "News of the World" and the scramble that is going on within the Rupert Murdoch empire to control the toxic fallout from the hacking scandal that took down the paper.
Accusations piling up on Rupert Murdoch
Another set of accusations of illegal activity by a Rupert Murdoch company surfaced from 2007 when the "News of the World" tried to buy a confidential directory of the royal family's phone numbers. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Murdoch media hacking scandal keeps growing
CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports on new allegations in the phone hacking scandal -- that tabloid reporters targeted the royal family and the Prime Minister. Meanwhile, Rupert Murdoch is standing by "News of the World" editor Rebekah Brooks. Then, Chris Wragge talks to media analyst Steven Hewlett about the latest revelations.
Murdoch pulls plug on Sky purchase
Rupert Murdoch was on the verge acquiring the British Sky broadcasting satellite network. But as Elizabeth Palmer reports, the tabloid hacking scandal forced him to pull the plug on the deal when as lawmakers on both sides of the Atlantic called for investigations.
British gov't issues summons for Murdoch, son
A ninth person has been arrested in the "News of the World" phone hacking scandal and the British Government Committee has issued a summons for Rupert and James Murdoch. Dana Lewis reports on the latest details.
UK hacking scandal's famous targets
Celebrities, politicians and members of the royal family are among the victims and reported targets in the News of the World phone-hacking scandal
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