Rupert Murdoch

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The headquarters of News Corp Australia in Sydney. Photograph:  Peter Parks/AFP via Getty Images

Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp will close or stop printing more than 100 regional and community titles across Australia as it succumbs to the market domi(...)

A member of the US secret service wears a surgical mask as  President Donald Trump arrives for a news conference on the  coronavirus in the White House on Monday. Photograph:  Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images

When the history is written of how the United States handled the global era’s first real pandemic, March 6th will leap out of the timeline. That was (...)

 Rupert Murdoch:   between them, Trump and Murdoch have helped to make the US the epicentre of the pandemic. Photograph:  Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

The comparison of the coronavirus crisis to a war is worse than useless. But it does prompt a question: if this were a war, who should be put on trial(...)

Media mogul Murdoch, who is also the chairman of Fox Corp , gave up his Fox salary last month.

News Corp executive chairman Rupert Murdoch is forgoing his cash bonus for the year after the media company posted a $1 billion quarterly loss due to (...)

Donald Trump: his presidency has grown on soil long prepared to receive it. Photograph: Michael Reynolds/EPA

Over more than two centuries, the United States has stirred a very wide range of feelings in the rest of the world: love and hatred, fear and hope, en(...)

Bernard Rorke as a baby in his father arms and his mother in 1959 in Dublin. Photograph: Bernard Rorke

Then came the phone call dreaded by every emigrant. It was my brother on the line, saying the nursing home had phoned to say Da was poorly and to prep(...)

Boris Johnson pictured leaving 10 Downing Street in January. His government’s coronavirus response was laid bare in a Sunday Times article. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP

Topped by the sight of Boris Johnson valiantly greeting a Chinese dragon outside Number 10, The Sunday Times pulled no punches in its long read on Bri(...)

A selection of UK newspapers. Newspaper sales have been heavily impacted by the effects of the Covid-19 lockdown.

Stuart Reddish, who owns the Baxters newsagent and post office in Sheffield, has spent the past few weeks creating “care packages” to deliver essentia(...)

US president Donald Trump and Attorney General William Barr  in the  White House.   Photograph: Reuters/Erin Scott/File photo

Tensions between Donald Trump and the US Department of Justice increased on Wednesday as the president issued a flurry of critical tweets about the ju(...)

 The financier Michael Milken (centre) leasves federal court in New York on April 7, 1989. Photograph: The New York Times

Thirty years after his conviction for securities fraud, and 20 years after he began asking US presidents to pardon him, junk bond king Michael Milken (...)

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