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Rupert Murdoch's media empire was besieged Monday by accusations that two more of his British newspapers engaged in hacking, deception and privacy violations that included accessing former Prime Minister Gordon Brown's bank account information and stealing the medical records of his seriously ill baby son.
The scandal engulfing Rupert Murdoch's media empire exploded in several directions Monday, with fresh reports of phone-hacking attacks against some of the nation's most powerful figures, including royals and former Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
With the last edition of Britain's News of the World tabloid in hand, Rupert Murdoch descended on the United Kingdom on Sunday to face the growing phone-hacking scandal that prompted the paper's closure.
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch scrambled to London on Sunday to try to contain a scandal that caused him to close the weekly News of the World, Britain's largest-selling newspaper.
Soon-to-be out of work journalists readied the last edition of Britain's News of the World tabloid on Saturday, as Britain's media establishment reeled from the burgeoning phone-hacking scandal that brought down the 168-year-old muckraking tabloid.
As Britain's most powerful Sunday newspaper crashes and burns, newsrooms across London are feeling the heat.
Prime Minister David Cameron's former communications chief and an ex-royal reporter were arrested Friday in a phone hacking and police corruption scandal that has already toppled a major tabloid and rattled the cozy relationship between British politicians and the powerful Murdoch media empire.
London police on Friday arrested Andy Coulson, the former News of the World editor who also served as the prime minister's former communications chief, in relation to Britain's tabloid phone-hacking scandal.
A lawyer who represented the family of Princess Diana's lover at the inquest into her death says police have warned him his voicemails may have been hacked.