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  • Murdochs, Brooks face questioning by lawmakers

    Rupert Murdoch, his son James and the media mogul's former top U.K. newspaper chief, Rebekah Brooks, face a grilling from lawmakers Tuesday about the intensifying phone hacking scandal, which has spread from their media empire, to the top ranks of the police and even the British prime minister's office.


  • Rupert Murdoch: I'm humbled over phone hacking

    Media titan Rupert Murdoch declared that his appearance Tuesday before a British parliamentary inquiry was "the most humble day of my life," taking a contrite tone over the phone-hacking scandal rocking his global empire.


  • Sean Hoare, the whistleblower reporter who alleged widespread phone hacking by the News of the World, was found dead on Monday, July 18, 2011. (AP Photo/News International)

    Hard-partying reporter outed News of the World

    Sean Hoare was the kind of reporter who could knock back several whiskeys and a few lines of cocaine before filing salacious stories of celebrity misbehavior.


  • A 2nd London police official quits in scandal

    Scotland Yard's assistant commissioner resigned Monday, a day after his boss also quit, and fresh investigations of possible police wrongdoing were launched in the phone hacking scandal that has spread from Rupert Murdoch's media empire to the British prime minister's office.


  • Photographers and cameramen surround the Range Rover carrying media mogul Rupert Murdoch along Whitehall in London on Tuesday, July 19, 2011, ahead of his and his son James' appearance before a House of Commons committee on the News of the World phone-hacking scandal. (AP Photo/Elizabeth Dalziel)

    Murdoch's car mobbed ahead of U.K. hearing

    Rupert Murdoch's car was mobbed by photographers Tuesday as he arrived for a grilling from U.K. lawmakers about the phone-hacking scandal that has swept from his media empire through the London police and even to the prime minister's office.


  • A 2nd London police official quits in scandal

    Scotland Yard's assistant commissioner resigned Monday, a day after his boss also quit, and fresh investigations of possible police wrongdoing were launched in the phone hacking scandal that has spread from Rupert Murdoch's media empire to the British prime minister's office.


  • **FILE** In this photo from July 9, 2009, London's Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner John Yates stands outside the force's headquarters at New Scotland Yard in London. (Associated Press)

    London police feel the heat in U.K. hacking scandal

    Britain's tabloid phone-hacking scandal enveloped the London police force Monday with the rapid-fire resignations of two top officers and claims of possible illegal eavesdropping, bribery and collusion. U.K officials immediately vowed to investigate.


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