As David Cameron's former communications chief Andy Coulson is sentenced to 18 months in prison for conspiracy to intercept voicemail messages, the prime minister says "no-one is above the law".
The acquittals of Rebekah Brooks and five other defendants at the phone hacking trial was good news for Rupert Murdoch. But what, asks Martin Hickman, is the longer-term outlook for his global empire?
Speaking for the first time since being acquitted, former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks reiterates her innocence, thanks the jury, and promises to support former colleagues in future trials.
Former News of the World Managing Editor Stuart Kuttner tells Channel 4 News that the closure of the News of the World was a bleak day for the paper's hardworking staff - and their readers.
When the phone-hacking allegations piled up and eventually took down the News of the World, Hayley Barlow was there to witness it all. Here is her story.
News of the World editor, lover of Andy Coulson, protegee of Rupert Murdoch - the extent of Rebekah Brooks's connections with the rich and powerful became clear during the phone-hacking trial.
Former No 10 spin doctor Andy Coulson is found guilty of conspiring to hack phones while he was editor of the News of the World, but ex-colleague Rebekah Brooks is cleared.
Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson tells a court that his affair with his former colleague Rebekah Brooks was "wrong" and "shouldn't have happened".
The husband of former News International boss Rebekah Brooks has told the phone hacking trial that he hid a bag in an underground car park because it contained pornographic DVDs.