| 'Key Figure' in Phone Hacking Arrested |
A former managing editor of the now-defunct UK tabloid News of the World has been arrested in connection with the phone-hacking scandal.
| British PM Grilled by Lawmakers over Phone-Hacking Scandal|
British Prime Minister David Cameron was grilled by parliament members Wednesday about the phone-hacking scandal in an emergency parliament debate called by the opposition Labour Party.
| Cameron Names Investigation Panel on Phone Hacking Scandal|
British Prime Minister David Cameron announced the names of a panel that will look at press regulation in an emergency statement at the Parliament on Wednesday.
| Cameron Regrets Hiring Coulson as Communications Chief|
British prime minister David Cameron said he would not have hired Andy Coulson as the administration's communications chief if he knew the former editor of the now-defunt News of the World (NoW) would get involved in allegations concerning phone hackings, when being questioned in parliament on Wednesday.
| Man Rushes at Rupert Murdoch in Hearing|
A protester rushed at Rupert Murdoch as he gave testimony to British lawmakers Tuesday, setting off a scuffle and spattering Murdoch with what appeared to be white foam in a foil pie dish in a shocking interruption of a hearing into the phone hacking scandal that's rocked the media baron's global empire.
| British Police: No Third Party in Hacking Whistleblower's Death|
British police said on Tuesday there is no evidence showing the death of Sean Hoare, former reporter with the now-closed News of the World tabloid, is related to a third party.
| Murdoch Denies Responsiblity for Scandal|
Rupert Murdoch on Tuesday denied the responsibility for the phone hacking scandal of the News of the World , but said that "the people he trusted or perhaps those they trusted" were responsible.
| James Murdoch: We Are Sorry|
James Murdoch said sorry for the phone hacking scandal at the News of the World newspaper on Tuesday.
| Britain's Metropolitan Police Chief Resigns|
Britain's Metropolitan Police chief Paul Stephenson resigned on Sunday after he was accused of having links with the News of the World, a newspaper which was closed for a phone hacking scandal recently.
| British Govn't Denies Being Close to Murdoch's Media|
The British government has denied that it was too close to Rupert Murdoch's scandal-hit media association, as the mogul apologized for phone hacking through one of his tabloids in a full-page newspaper advert.