Thursday Lord Justice Sir Brian Leveson unveiled The Leveson Inquiry, a report that examined the phone hacking of British celebrities, politicians, athletes and crime victims at Rupert Murdoch's former tabloid publication News of the World.
Jimmy Savile was one of Britain's most popular media personalities. But since he died last year, allegations have been made that Savile was a sexual predator. Anchor Marco Werman talks with Sarah Lyall, the London correspondent for the New York Times.
Following the phone hacking scandal at its rival News International, the Trinity Mirror newspaper group in the U.K. has announced that it will lead a review into its own editorial practices. Sarah Lyall has the latest from London.
News broke yesterday that British tabloid News of the World hacked into the cell phone of a teenage girl who disappeared in 2002 and was later found dead. We talk to Sarah Lyall, London-based correspondent for our partner The New York Times.
Eyebrows raised when Shelley Sawers posted on Facebook photos of where she and her husband live and the names of relatives. Why? Lady Sawers is the wife of the head of MI6. Lisa Mullins talks with Sarah Lyall, London correspondent for the New York Times.
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