Murdoch defends papers as Cameron pledges hacking probe

LONDON - Rupert Murdoch promised full cooperation on Wednesday to resolve a scandal shaking his media empire after UK British Prime Minister David Cameron promised an inquiry into what he called "disgusting" phone hacking by a newspaper.
Responding in parliament to allegations that the News of the World eavesdropped on voicemail for victims of notorious crimes, including child murders and suicide bombings, Cameron said he was "revolted" and would order inquiries, probably into both the specific case and more widely into Britain's cut-throat media.