Guest host David Folkenflik speaks with The Guardian’s editor, Alan Rusbridger about his newspaper’s work uncovering NSA surveillance practices and compares press freedom laws in the US and the UK.
Emily Bell and Howard Kurtz dissect the findings of the British public inquiry into phone hacking by newspaper journalists.
A misunderstood piece of political satire, new revelations about Ann Curry's exit from "Today," and the BBC apologizes after a reporter breaks a royal confidence.
After the Murdoch hearings, our panel of John Burns, Paul Farhi, and Vicky Ward discuss if the coverage has been fair.
Former features editor of the News of the World, Paul McMullan, joins Howard Kurtz to defend his paper's use of phone hacking.
In the full version of the interview we aired part of on Sunday morning, the editor of the Guardian talks to Howard Kurtz about his paper's dogged pursuit of the phone hacking story.
As Rebekah Brooks is arrested, our panel of Michael Wolff, David Folkenflik and Sarah Smith debates the worldwide fallout of the phone hacking scandal.
Howard Kurtz is joined by Emily Bell, Matt Frei and Toby Harnden to discuss the phone hacking scandal consuming the UK.