Here is a list of key players in the Leveson inquiry, which is examining the phone-hacking scandal that has ensnared the powerful Murdoch family and prominent government officials.
Rebekah Brooks and Andrew Coulson are among those who were charged with conspiracy today in a scandal that embarrassed Prime Minister Cameron's administration.
Mitt Romney's personal fortune remains near $250 million, about the same as last year even after a mass sell-off of stocks from his vast investment portfolio.
Rebekah Brooks, former CEO of Rupert Murdoch's News International, talked about her relationship with British Prime Minister David Cameron and former prime minister Tony Blair in testimony Friday before the Leveson inquiry.
The damning language came amidst further investigation into the phone hacking scandal which has enveloped British media and politics.
Testimony in the Leveson inquiry, which is investigating the British phone hacking scandal, has cast doubt on Culture Secretary Hunt's impartiality toward Murdoch's News Corp.
James Murdoch, son of billionaire Rupert Murdoch, stepped down as chairman of News Corps BskyB satellite broadcaster, as two investigations into the family business near their conclusion.
Sky, the news channel of BSkyB, said his resignation would be confirmed later Tuesday after an unscheduled board meeting.
Three major reports this week detail an alleged satellite TV hacking scandal by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp that reportedly cost its rivals tens of millions of dollars.
Many media observers predicted that the News Corp. phone-hacking scandal would peter out. But Rebekah Brooks's arrest today indicate the inquiry is still very much alive.