July 14, 2011 Reuters columnist David Cay Johnston says "there's no excuse" for the huge error he made Tuesday when he wrote that Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. had received billions of dollars in tax refunds, when in fact it had paid billions of dollars in taxes.
July 13, 2011 As the "hacking scandal" spreads, Conservative, Labor and Liberal party leaders joined to push News International to drop its move to acquire BSkyB. They're also moving to mount a full-scale inquiry into what the media giant did.
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 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.