Prime minister David Cameron, defending his integrity to parliament on Wednesday, said he regretted hiring a journalist at the heart of a scandal that has rocked Britain's press, police and politicians. Full story
A bomb placed under the driver's seat of a British man's car blew up in southern Yemen on Wednesday, killing the man, security officials said, while opposition parties accused the government of trying to assassinate the leader of a key Islamist opposition group in an attack in the capital. Full story
Author Daniel Silva joins Morning Joe to discuss his new book "Portrait of a Spy," which is his fourteenth and the eleventh to feature Israeli intelligence officer Gabriel Allon. Allon is also an assassin and an art restorer, and he’s recruited by the CIA to break a terrorist network.
MSNBC's Martin Bashir joins Morning Joe to discuss Rupert Murdoch's cozy relationship with several British politicians, the nature of British politics and the press, and how Murdoch could make difficult the lives of journalists and editors.
Michael Wolff, author of “The Man Who Owns the News: Inside the Secret World of Rupert Murdoch,” and msnbc’s Martin Bashir discuss the testimony of News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch and his son James in front of British parliament Tuesday. Wolff says the pie thrown in Rupert Murdoch’s face as a prank du
Robert Moore, correspondent for Britain's ITV New, talks with Rachel Maddow about the testimony of Rupert and James Murdoch and Rebekah Brooks before U.K.'s Parliament and the likelihood that Rupert Murdoch is as out of touch with the running of News Corp. as his testimony suggests.
MSNBC's Martin Bashir joins The Last Word live from London with details on the circus surrounding Rupert Murdoch's parliamentary inquiry, which included a foam pie-throwing incident.
Rupert Murdoch and his son James told a British parliamentary committee they had no prior knowledge of phone hacking at the News of the World. Later, a protester attacked Rupert Murdoch with what appeared to be a plate of shaving cream. Stephanie Gosk reports.
LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 20: Jennifer Aniston and Kevin Spacey pose for a photocall to promote the UK release of Horrible Bosses at The Dorchester on July 20, 2011 in London, England.
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves 10 Downing street in central London, on July 20, 2011. British lawmakers Wednesday criticised attempts by Rupert Murdoch's News International to "thwart" phone-hacking probes, as Prime Minister David Cameron geared up for a parliamentary showdown over th