Coulson, a former aide to the prime minister and ex-editor of the defunct Sunday tabloid, and Brooks, News International's former chief executive, will face charges in connection with the hacking of the phone of the murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler.
Media baron Rupert Murdoch took to Twitter Saturday evening to express his support for gun-control measures in the wake of the Aurora, CO shooting that killed 12 people on Friday:
Rupert Murdoch has resigned as director of News International, the UK operation of News Corporation and publisher of several UK newspapers.
Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation has confirmed it is considering splitting its publishing assets – including its scandal-hit UK newspapers – and film and TV businesses into two separately listed public companies.
Rupert Murdoch joined in an "over-crude" attempt by US Republicans to force Tony Blair to accelerate British involvement in the Iraq war a week before a crucial House of Commons vote in 2003, according to the final volumes of Alastair Campbell's government diaries.
Rupert Murdoch told John Major to switch policy on Europe or his papers would not support him, the ex-prime minister has told the Leveson Inquiry.
The previously undisclosed meeting in November 2009 also shows how Mr Cameron was being assiduously courted by News Corp executives beyond the Murdoch family, as the company was gearing up for its bid to take over BSkyB.
Rupert Murdoch has been deemed 'not a fit person' to run a major international company
Labour has called for Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt to resign after Leveson Inquiry evidence appeared to show his support for News Corp's bid for BSkyB.
Opposition parties have called on Alex Salmond to "come clean" about an offer to speak to the UK government about News Corp taking control of BskyB.
James Murdoch has stepped down as chairman of BSkyB – the company confirmed this afternoon – saying that he had become aware that his position "could become a lightning rod" for criticism of the satellite broadcaster, because of what had happened at News International.
Part of Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation empire employed computer hacking to undermine the business of its chief TV rival in Britain, according to evidence due to be broadcast by BBC1's Panorama programme on Monday .
The FBI has told Scotland Yard it is "prepared to step in" if the Metropolitan Police fails to investigate the full extent of impropriety in the Murdoch empire. The warning came at a meeting between the transatlantic law enforcement groups at the Ministry of Justice in London.
Letters overturn official history and show that tycoon briefed PM at Chequers before he was allowed to expand his empire
Rebekah Brooks is among six people arrested by Scotland Yard detectives on suspicion of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice, as part of the investigation into phone hacking.
The murder of Mr Morgan was raised at the Leveson inquiry into media standards and ethics on Tuesday in evidence from former Metropolitan Police detective and BBC Crimewatch presenter Jacqui Hames.
James Murdoch has stepped down as executive chairman of News International, the UK newspaper business that owns the Sun and the Times titles.
Rupert Murdoch's flagship tabloid, the Sun, established a "network of corrupted officials" and created a "culture of illegal payments", the police officer leading the investigation into bribery and hacking at News International has alleged.
News International (NI) insiders say that the launch of The Sun on Sunday, which appears today, only nine days after Rupert Murdoch's announcement it was to go ahead, was brought forward because to launch a new paper in the wake of fresh revelations would be virtually impossible
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch has rung in the New Year with a new Twitter account that includes praise for Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum and opinions on President Barack Obama's policies and the Steve Jobs biography. In one of his tweets, Murdoch described Santorum, a socially conservative former senator who has risen sharply in the polls ahead of Tuesday's Iowa caucus, as the "only candidate with genuine big vision" for the country.
Investors holding nearly a quarter of BSkyB shares failed to back the re-election of chairman James Murdoch on Tuesday, in protest over the former chief executive's handling of a phone hacking scandal that has damaged the family name. A BSkyB spokesman said that excluding the shares controlled by News Corp , investors owning 24 percent of the company voted against his reappointment. An initial estimate put the figure at 19 percent.
It’s hard to imagine Britain without its red top press but week by week such a prospect becomes increasingly realistic.
The past few days have been the worst that anyone can remember at The Sun, where there are genuine fears that the paper could follow its sister publication’s path to oblivion, taking its place among thousands of other defunct titles in the archive of the British Library.
James Murdoch was accused today of heading a "Mafia" organisation as MPs probed the phone hacking scandal.
Secret internal documents kept by News International reveal that executives knew three years ago that there was "overwhelming" evidence of senior journalists' involvement in phone hacking.
Neville Thurlbeck, the former chief reporter of the News of the World who was dismissed by News International last month, yesterday turned on his former employer by warning that there was much he could say "to the detriment" of Rupert Murdoch's corporation.
Carl Bernstein said the two events were 'cultural moments of huge consequence' about corruption at the highest levels.
The Metropolitan police are seeking a court order under the Official Secrets Act to make Guardian reporters disclose their confidential sources about the phone-hacking scandal.