British Prime Minister under fire for hacking scandal
NBC News — British Prime Minister David Cameron addressed his country's hacking scandal in front of a rowdy session of parliament wednesday. The Prime Minister denied claims that his staff tried to stop investigations looking into the phone hacking at the tabloid, News of the World.
Cameron also defended his decision to hire one of the tabloid's editors as his communications chief. His testimony comes a day after Rupert Murdoch and his son, as well as the former head of the News of the World, testified in front of a special parliament committee on the scandal.