Couple tie the knot at Spencer House and will hold a church ceremony on Fleet Street tomorrow
Billionaire media mogul mocked on social media after tweet praising Republican candidate Ben Carson
Post-debate survey asks who should be elected prime minister - and Miliband comes out on top
Department of Justice ends three-year investigation following UK phone hacking and bribery scandal
Campaigners celebrate as Murdoch says it's 'old fashioned'– but editors say readers still want it
Is Murdoch, attracted by power rather than party politics, set to play king-maker in Scotland?
Fox has withdrawn its $80bn bid for Time Warner, but experts say the story may not end there
Jury fails to reach verdict on remaining charges against Andy Coulson and Clive Goodman
Two of Australia’s top businessmen caught scrapping in the street over lingerie model
Investors often shy away from family companies, but some see promise in their grounded management style
The founder of Vice, Shane Smith, wants to build 'the next CNN'. Ambitious - but he might just do it
Vanity Fair publishes passionate note said to have been written by Murdoch's then wife
Jude Law's claim that his phone was hacked on US soil haunts Murdoch as he prepares for TV honour
Sources say mogul's ex-wife had 'multiple encounters' with ex-PM, but claims 'untrue', says Blair camp
Media tycoon is on the market again, but will he 'leap' into a fourth marriage?
'Everyone innocent until proven guilty' says Murdoch; try telling that to Chris Jeffries, say detractors
Disgraced former MP says he was targeted after calling for re-opening of inquiry into phone hacking
Wendi hires estate specialist William Zabel, as Murdoch braces himself for more legal problems
Saatchi returns to Scott's fish restaurant and the People orders the red herring, writes Nigel Horne
He was so contrite when he appeared before them in 2011 - so what was that punchy encounter with Sun staff all about?