Piers Morgan Under Fire

    FILE - In this Dec. 20, 2011 file photo, Piers Morgan, host of CNN's "Piers Morgan Tonight," leaves the CNN building in Los Angeles. It's been an eventful year for Morgan, who revised the format of his prime-time show on the fly to emphasize more live interviews, quit "America's Got Talent" and saw his reputation dragged into phone hacking scandal by journalists in his native Britain. But he hasn't failed. "Piers Morgan Tonight" viewership was up 9 percent over Larry King's final year, even more among youthful viewers. He marks his first anniversary this week with appearances by Chelsea Handler, Rosie O'Donnell and former President Jimmy Carter.(AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, file)

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    British investigators had former tabloid editor and current CNN host Piers Morgan’s emails and phone transcripts, reveals The Daily Beast in an investigation into previously unreleased documents. Calling the investigation “one of the most unnerving things in my life,” Morgan is revealed in the documents to be a man who is deeply concerned about his reputation and uncomfortable in the hot seat—and someone who takes his privacy very seriously. Meanwhile, former News International chief Rebekah Brooks, husband Charlie, and four others appeared in court briefly on Wednesday, where a judge ordered the defendants to sever communication with each other, except for husband and wife. They will appear in court again on June 22.

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