The article, written by Michael Wolff, appeared in April 2014, when the trial of former News of the World editors Rebekah Brooks, Andy Coulson and others had been running for over three months.
The publisher of GQ magazine has been found guilty of contempt of court over a “very seriously prejudicial” article about
On Friday morning, Coulson walked out of Hollesley Bay Prison in Suffolk, but did not speak to reporters. The scandal caused
In a dramatic ending to a months-long trial, former News of the World editor Andy Coulson was convicted of conspiring to hack phones, while Rebekah Brooks, another former editor and one of Rupert Murdoch's closest confidantes, was cleared of all charges.
The defendants denied every charge, saying they had been completely in the dark about the corruption happening all around
The trial has unearthed a number of startling revelations, from the alleged affair between Brooks and Coulson to the deep
By Michael Holden and Kate Holton "Andy came over wanting to hear the tape. I played the tape a couple of times and they
The Old Bailey court has been told that Glenn Mulcaire, a private eye who worked for the now defunct News of the World, had
"Both a conspirator and victim at the same time? The two things do not sit easily together do they," he told the jury. LONDON
At the time, both Brooks and Coulson were married to other people. Brooks has since remarried; her current husband, Charlie
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There is a way to prevent government shutdowns. A change in U.S. law would keep federal workers on the job and ensure that treasured sites like the Statue of Liberty and Yosemite stay open during a budget fight, instead of becoming political pawns.
Brooks and Coulson, both former News of the World editors and close associates of Prime Minister David Cameron, have pleaded
LONDON, June 28 (Reuters) - Two former editors of a British tabloid newspaper shut down by owner Rupert Murdoch over a phone
Brooks, who also edited the daily Sun tabloid and ran Murdoch's British newspaper arm before being arrested in July 2011
Facing a public backlash, Murdoch closed the mass-selling Sunday title last year and formed an internal committee to cooperate
As the currents continue to pull at the foundations of Murdoch's empire, it's only a matter of time before the News Corp. scandal becomes an American story.
In Europe, where authorities' efforts have been more energetic, Google was forced to admit that its cars were drawing in material from households' unencrypted WiFi networks -- having at first denied it. Or rather claimed in Germany that it was a software programming mistake.
"O'Donnell says DV process would not have looked into hacking - only seeks to establish 'if you're blackmailable'. Err, contradiction