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Hearing in phone hacking scandal resumes after protester attacks Murdoch; hearing room cleared. A protester has rushed Rupert Murdoch as the media baron gave testimony to British lawmakers, causing a scuffle and suspending the hearing. A man appeared to rush up behind Murdoch and was then struck by Wendi Deng, who jumped up to defend her husband. Police in the back of the committee room were holding an apparently handcuffed man with white foam covering his face and shirt. The foam also appeared to have spattered Murdoch in the Tuesday afternoon attack.
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In a stunning about-face, media mogul Rupert Murdoch is humbling himself publicly over the hacking scandal that brought down his "News of the World" paper. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
A ninth person has been arrested in the "News of the World" phone hacking scandal and the British Government Committee has issued a summons for Rupert and James Murdoch. Dana Lewis reports on the latest details.
Major British newspapers carried full-page advertisements of apology from Rupert Murdoch and his company News International for the hacking scandal. But, as Dana Lewis reports, it won't slow down the criminal and judicial investigations already underway.
In wake of the fallout from the Rupert Murdoch phone hacking scandal, former editor and News International CEO Rebekah Brooks was arrested. Elizabeth Palmer reports on the latest details.
The Daily Beast's Lloyd Grove speaks to Chris Wragge about the arrest of Murdoch's CEO Rebekah Brooks and what's next for the News International following the News of the World phone hacking scandal.
Murdoch CEO Rebekah Brooks has been released on bail after being arrested by British police investigating the News of the World phone hacking scandal. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Rupert Murdoch, his son James and former CEO Rebekah Brooks are set to meet with a parliamentary committee in relation to the phone hacking scandal, which has now expanded to include possible police bribery. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Former Special Counsel to President Bill Clinton Lanny Davis speaks to Rebecca Jarvis about how Murdoch is handling the widening phone hacking scandal surrounding the News of the World.
Rupert Murdoch is pushing back against a critical report on the tabloid hacking scandal. John Burns, London bureau chief for the The New York Times, talks to Charlie Rose and Gayle King about the fallout from the Parliamentary committee report.
Rupert Murdoch must face British lawmakers for the first time in an effort to defend his media empire. Michelle Miller reports on the latest in the scandal facing Murdoch and his News Corp.
Vanity Fair's Sarah Ellison speaks to Chris Wragge about the scrutiny against Rupert Murdoch and the ever-growing News of the World phone hacking scandal.
Rupert Murdoch interrupts his son, James Murdoch, during the parliamentary hearing to say, "This is the most humble day of my life."
During questioning by a British Parliamentary Committee, Media mogul Rupert Murdoch was repeatedly questioned about entering through the backdoor when meeting with then-British Prime Minister Gordon Brown.