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CNN celebrity interviewer Piers Morgan refused to disclose details Tuesday about his most damning link to Britain's phone hacking scandal _ his acknowledgment that he once listened to a phone message left by Paul McCartney for his then-wife Heather Mills.
CNN star interviewer Piers Morgan faces questions Tuesday about his time at the top of Britain's tabloid industry _ widely anticipated testimony that may dredge up allegations his British newspaper career was colored by wrongdoing.
CNN star Piers Morgan may be known to Americans as an empathetic English interviewer, but it's his past at the heart of Britain's troubled tabloid newspaper world that is being trotted out before the cameras this week.
The former crime editor for the News of the World tabloid was arrested Thursday in Britain's phone-hacking scandal, and authorities announced that CNN journalist Piers Morgan would appear before the U.K.'s media ethics inquiry.
British police said Wednesday they have arrested another suspect in their investigation of phone hacking by the News of the World tabloid.
Hacking into celebrity phones was just the tip of the iceberg.
Actress Sienna Miller told a media ethics inquiry Thursday that she was left paranoid and scared by years of relentless tabloid pursuit that ranged from paparazzi outside her house to the hacking of her mobile phone.
Author J.K. Rowling has told a U.K. media ethics inquiry she felt under siege from intrusive journalists who staked out her house and went as far as to slip a letter into her 5-year-old daughter's school bag.
Author J.K. Rowling told a U.K. media ethics inquiry Thursday how she felt "under siege" from intrusive journalists, who staked out her house and even went so far as to slip a note into her 5-year-old daughter's school bag.