A hidden camera of a scorned journalist captures Rupert Murdoch discussing the hacking scandal.
Rupertgate Update - The Son Sets . . .for now. James Murdoch announced his resignation from News International in order to assume full-time duties at Newscorp overseeing Pay-TV operations. So they say.
When The Going Gets Tough The Tough Go Tabloid - Rupertgate Friday and news that Rupert Murdoch plans to launch a Sunday edition of The Sun in the face of widespread criticism over his handling of the News Of The World phone Hacking Scandal and the recent firings at The Sun.
Coming To A Courtoom Near You - further evidence that the Phone Hacking Scandal involving Rupert Murdoch's Newscorp empire may have much wider implications that originally thought came to light when Scotland Yard arrested several editors at Murdoch's other publication The Sun this weekend, following stepped-up investigations of bribery and coverup as reported on the BBC's Radio 4.
Rupertgate Latest - News this morning of cash settlements in the cases of 37 phone Hacking victims at News Of The World, including actor Jude Law.
Rupertage Tuesday with highlights of todays Leveson Inquiry into the Phone Hacking Scandal at News Of The World with former editor and CNN talkshow host, Piers Morgan.
Rupertgate Tuesday with new discoveries that James Murdoch was aware of the phone hacking scandal as early as 2008. A release of an e-mail which was sent to Murdoch by then-Editor of News Of The World Colin Myler regarding the extent of phone hacking at the Murdoch-owned tabloid.
Nobody ever truly leaves the mafia, do they? James Murdoch has left the boards of operating companies overseeing News Corp.'s U.K. newspapers the Sun, the Times and the Sunday Times, according to British regulatory filings, which registered
Rupertgate Wednesday - latest news and mulling over questioning from the previous day's hearings, plus new allegations of phone hacking here in the U.S. - the never-ending wonders.
Fox Business Correspondent Gasparino Falsley Claims Network Has Covered Murdoch Scandal 'Very Seriously'
Fox Business Network senior correspondent Charlie Gasparino insisted Sunday that the Fox News Channel and the Fox Business Network had provided adequate coverage of the scandal involving their parent company News Corp. "It's a story, we've been
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