Why do journalists run interference for the 1 percent, when their job is to expose their schemes?
British investigations reveal the shocking extent of his shady tactics. Can we really believe he hasn’t used the same methods here?
Will widespread shareholder discontent put a chink in Rupert Murdoch's armor?
Politicians don't just need the billionaire media mogul's cash—they need his newspapers, magazines and TV networks, too.
Rupert Murdoch is far from blameless—but he’s merely a symptom of the real disease: so much power in a single media corporation.
Thanks to the Guardian’s intrepid reporting, Britain has been released from the malign influence of the Murdoch empire.
From Dominique Strauss-Kahn to Casey Anthony to Rupert Murdoch, the media are debasing the public conversation—and therefore our democratic process.
As stunning revelations break daily in the hacking scandal, Rupert and James Murdoch withdraw News Corporation’s bid for BSkyB. But the inquiry into Murdoch’s para-corporation shouldn’t end here.