October 17, 2011 What does the coverage of the scandal at News Corp. say about NPR and its critics?
August 24, 2011 Attorney General Eric Holder told relatives of people who died in the Sept. 11 attacks that a preliminary criminal investigation into the allegations had been opened. But even if the hacking took place on U.S. soil, investigators could run into trouble with the statute of limitations.
July 22, 2011 The latest key development in the U.K.'s "hacking scandal" centers on News Corp. executive James Murdoch (son of Rupert) and claims he misled lawmakers' earlier this week. The younger Murdoch says he did not.
July 21, 2011 A 2006 report spotlighted "blagging" — information obtained by private investigators who pretend to be someone they're not. Several U.K. news outlets used blaggers to get scoops.
July 19, 2011 The News Corp. chief is taking questions from members of Parliament about the "hacking scandal" that has engulfed some of his U.K. newspapers.
July 15, 2011 The News Corp. CEO apologizes for his newspapers' "serious wrongdoing" in the U.K. Investigators hired by the news outlets allegedly got private information about thousands of people, from the royal family to murder victims.
July 11, 2011 The scandal keeps growing. Now there are reports of snooping into the private records of Gordon Brown, even when he was prime minister, and of payments to officials for information about the royal family.
July 11, 2011 In the first hour of Talk of the Nation, the politics of the debt ceiling, and the final edition of the British tabloid News of the World. In the second hour, the future of South Sudan, and the future of synthetic organs.
July 8, 2011 In many cases, investigators hired by News of the World were able to "hack" into voice mail systems simply because the users hadn't changed the "default" passwords. Have you made your password tough to figure out?
July 7, 2011 The list of those who may have had their phones hacked by an investigator working for News of the World keeps growing. And the U.K. scandal keeps widening.