News Two men and three teenage boys convicted at Old Bailey of 18 rapes and a string of other offences

Two men and three teenage boys convicted at Old Bailey of 18 rapes and a string of other offences

Leveson Inquiry: Law-breaking very rare says Sky News boss John Ryley

The head of Sky News said journalists have to consider breaking the law to "shed light" on wrongdoing as it emerged that media regulator Ofcom is launching an investigation into the hacking of private email accounts by the broadcaster.

Dr Rice might offer appeal as a woman and an African-American but until now her name has hardly arisen

Republicans call for the return of Condi

Republican voters have given a thumbs-up to Condoleezza Rice as their preferred choice as running mate for Mitt Romney as he gears up to challenge Barack Obama.

Will Ferrell, dressed as chauvinistic news anchor Ron Burgundy, took over the Conan show this week to announce that the hit film was being resurrected

Stay classy, San Diego: Anchorman and Ron Burgundy are back

Not many films get to announce their sequel by having its star, in character, storm a chat show to broadcast the news. But few films of the last 10 years are as universally loved as Anchorman – it's kind of a big deal.

Anchorman 2 is confirmed

Will Ferrell makes a surprise appearance on the Conan show as Ron Burgundy to announce Anchorman sequel is on the way

Joan Smith: An intrusion that won't serve justice

It's hardly a secret that the debate on law and order tends to be skewed to the right of the political spectrum. Sentences are too short, prisons are too soft: the discourse of more punishment, less rehabilitation, is depressingly familiar. Now the Government seems ready to cave in to demands that TV cameras should be allowed into courtrooms in England and Wales, supposedly to reassure us that justice is actually being done.

Joan Smith: One TV show I won't be watching

There is a difference between sitting in the public gallery and seeing clips on TV

BBC presenters including Emily Maitlis are moving office

Melting pot or goldfish bowl? BBC exposes engine room to the public gaze

Cafe customers in new Broadcasting House building can gaze straight into newsroom

Republican presidential candidate and former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich meets supporters with wife Callista

Is Gingrich about to turn the US election on its head?

Surging Republican candidate closes on upset that would leave Romney vulnerable

Man arrested for murder of Birmingham couple

Detectives were last night questioning a 24-year-old man in connection with the murder of a Birmingham couple battered to death in their home. West Midlands Police said officers arrested the man at a house in Birmingham on Friday. The arrest followed the discovery of the bodies of Avtar Kolar, 62, and his wife, Carole, 58, at their home in Handsworth Wood, Birmingham, by their policeman son on Wednesday. The couple had been married for 40 years.

Police to seize media film of Dale Farm row

Police will today try to force news broadcasters and documentary-makers to hand over film of the eviction of travellers from the controversial Dale Farm site in Essex, in a move condemned as the latest attack on press freedom.

The Business On... Keith Olbermann, Presenter, MSNBC

Didn't he just get fired?

Stephen Foley: What's the story on the changes at CNN?

US Outlook: So, farewell then, Jonathan Klein, president of CNN. The suits at Time Warner decided it was time to punish him for falling ratings at the news channel, which has lost out to the shock-jockery of rival Fox News and its leftist mirror image, MSNBC.

Disgraced Spitzer gets TV news job

The former New York governor Eliot Spitzer, who resigned two years ago after he admitted using a prostitute, is to co-host a show on CNN.

CNN in crisis as viewers switch to partisan rivals

CNN, the pioneering 24-hour news channel, is considering an overhaul of its schedule after haemorrhaging viewers in its core US market.

All About Steve (12A)

In which Sandra Bullock flails through another non-com of an awfulness she seems unerringly inclined to repeat.

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