Top of the Agenda: Phone-Hacking Scandal Threatens British PM
Sir Paul Stephenson, commissioner of the UK's Metropolitan Police, commonly known as Scotland Yard, resigned (DailyTelegraph)
Stephenson said he had not told Prime Minister David Cameron about Wallis's employment so as not to "compromise" Cameron (FT),
Stephenson's resignation followed mounting criticism that reporters at British conglomerate News International's now-closed News of the World bribed UK police officers (WashPost)
The scandal has threatened to bring down News International's parent company: media mogul Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation. Two of the company's most senior executives (Bloomberg)
At the same time, News Corp. faces a potential fallout in the United States (WSJ)
David Cameron's friendship with Rebekah Brooks and employment of Andy Coulson puts him at the center of the phone-hacking story, writes the Daily Telegraph.
The Guardian's Duncan Campbellsays the Metropolitan Police is at the heart of the phone-hacking scandal, and calls on former police chief Stephenson to tell his story.
News Corporation looks likely to weather its scandal