What will become of the "man who owns the news"?
An unlikely crusader, Diana Holt wages a heroic, long-odds battle against the death penalty.
Today's announcement goes further than any previous official statement in acknowledging the UK's role in Binjam Mohamed's torture
Lawyers and human rights activists here are successfully turning to the courts to staunch the erosion of civil liberties released by the Bush Administration's war on terror
In today's hearing, the younger Murdoch remained calm in the face of searing accusations
James Murdoch will be questioned in a parliamentary committee about his knowledge of phone hacking at News of the World on Thursday
UK investigators are using tough anti-spying laws to try and pressure The Guardian newspaper to reveal its sources
After the attacks, journalists were swept up in the national feelings of fear and outrage -- and failed to do their job
The former British spy chief says al-Qaeda's attack should have been considered a crime, not an act of war
Thousands of rioters have been caught on tape; British officials now have the task of identifying every single one of them
Joblessness, rising inequality, and a frustrated underclass are all being blamed for the violence in London
The latest twist in the phone-hacking scandal: the announcement by a judge heading the government inquiry that he'll conduct seminars on press ethics
Graphic sex talk at Julian Assange's extradition trial is practically going unnoticed--but not by Assange's new legal team, which is fighting to keep him in England
With Lundbeck's refusal to sell pentobarbital to prison authorities, executioners face mounting difficulties
Denmark's Lundbeck is the sole remaining supplier of pentobarbital used on death row in the U.S.
In Britain, bankers, athletes, and others have sought gag orders to stop coverage of embarrassing scandals—but it's hard to squash discussion in the age of social media
If you want a pack of cigarettes in Australia, don't expect to see fancy logos—but do brace yourself for gruesome teeth
As in the U.S., the killing of the al-Qaeda leader stirs a complicated and emotional reaction to years of terrorism, costly engagement in two wars, and a nation's idea of itself
New military reports released by Wikileaks reveal laziness of both thinking and detail in the handling of Australia's Mamdouh Habib and David Hicks
Shoe removal? Please. Maureen Dowd and the chairman of British Airways attack the TSA's outdated measures.