Former News International chief executive received messages of support when she resigned.
The man who first approached Coulson should appear in person.
At today's inquiry, an accountant with a bad memory and Harmsworth, the hands-off mogul.
Andy Coulson says the paper told him a Conservative endorsement was "possible".
Fiscal quarter results form a defence of Murdoch.
Commentary surrounding the horrific Rochdale case speaks more for the critics than the victims.
Police investigation announces its findings at Leveson.
Outgoing Trinity Mirror executive attracts more protest in the wake of her resignation.
More prizes for the popular tabloid newspaper.
Sunday 20th May has been designated a day of prayer for the media.
Arrest came after information was provided to police by News Corporation's Management Standards Comm
CEO of Mirror titles has faced criticism over her pay package.
Former News International executives will appear at the inquiry on Thursday and Friday.
Condemning Rupert Murdoch did not diminish our committee's report.
The PM's text exchanges with Brooks could soon be published.
News Corp dismisses the select committee's claim that Murdoch is unfit to run the company.
When David Cameron became Prime Minister, he vowed to hold his government to a higher standard than its predecessors.
Leveson evidence shows News International's plans for multi-million pound sponsorship of academy and
Important that the inquiry does not restrict police investigations, judge says.
The internal Management and Standards Committee has completed its investigation, Murdoch says.
The media empire hits back at the select committee report.
"Bwing on the Euwos", says front page headline.
Tory MPs vote against main criticism of Murdoch in select committee report.
An article in the Sun today about the popularity of "lolcats" has drawn ridicule online.
The Southern Reporter will remain in the town.
The figure comes up against just 70 launches.
Hinton, Myler and Crone will also come under fire.
The former News of the World chief reporter will not be prosecuted.
Culture Secretary "confident" they will clear his name.