News Of The World Phone Hacking News
Prince William's Voicemails Revealed: He Called Kate 'Babykins,' Mocked 'Ginger' Prince Harry
Jurors in the British phone hacking trial heard voicemails left by Prince William today, providing deeper insight into the royals’ private life. Journalists associated with the now-defunct newspaper News of the World are on trial for hacking the phones of celebrities, including Kate Middleton, ...
Rupert Murdoch , Pie-Catching Wife Finalize Divorce
Rupert Murdoch and wife Wendi Deng Murdoch appeared today in a Manhattan courtroom to say they had arrived at a divorce settlement. No terms of the settlement were released. The couple have been married 14 years, and have two young daughters. The divorce is the third for Mr. Murdoch, 82, who has
News of the World Trial Reveals Hacking Victims May Have Included Prince Harry
It turns out no one was safe from the News of the World hacking scandal, not even the Royal Family. How else could you explain running an unmatchable story on a panicked Prince Harry calling his private secretary, begging for help on a college essay? The intercepted message allegedly revealed
Representative For Sergey Brin And Wife Confirms Separation
The uncertain status of the marriage of Sergey Brin, Google's co-founder, today became clearer, when a spokesperson for Brin and his wife confirmed to ABC News that the couple has separated. The 40-year-old father of two has separated from his wife of six years, Ann Wojcicki. He reportedly is
Rupert Murdoch Filed for Divorce From Third Wife Wendi Deng
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch filed divorce papers from his wife of 14 years, Wendi Deng, on Thursday, a spokesman confirmed to ABC News. Murdoch, 82, chairman and chief executive officer of News Corp., married Deng, 44, in 1999 in New York City. A spokesman for News Corp. said the court filing
Leveson Report: 'Outrageous' UK Tabloid Behavior Leads to Call for Reform
After a Lengthy Inquiry Into Newspapers, Lord Justice Leveson Calls for Reform
Murdoch Hacking Scandal Results in Eight People Charged
Paul McCartney was considered fair game. So was his estranged wife Heather Mills. So was Jude Law and Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. After more than a year in the headlines, eight of Rupert Murdoch 's reporters and editors in Britain have been charged with hacking the voicemails of more than 600
Five Companies That Split--and One That Didn't
Chairman Rupert Murdoch Announced That News Corporation Would Divide Publishing and Entertainment Divisions
The Global Note: Syria's "Tipping Point"…The Pain In Spain…Mandela Appears…Kim Jong Un at the Amusement Park
SYRIA: “TIPPING POINT”…THEN WHAT? -BIG PICTURE…The conflict is at a “tipping point,” Kofi Annan says, having told President Bashar al-Assad yesterday that a U.N. plan “is not being implemented as it must be.” Of course, a “tipping point” implies something new is coming – and...
Tony Blair Testifies in Inquiry Into Murdoch News of World Scandal, Protestor Shouts 'War Crimes!'
It doesn't seem as if Tony Blair's media instincts have changed much since he was British prime minister. There he was, in a courtroom in central London today, testifying in the ongoing British judicial inquiry into media ethics after the uncovering of phone hacking at Murdoch's News of the World,