Six Arrested in Hacking Inquiry

Britain’s Metropolitan Police have arrested six former News of the World journalists in relation to a new investigation into phone hacking at the now defunct newspaper. Two of those arrested currently work at the tabloid’s sister publication The Sun. Police said the suspects are believed to be part of a conspiracy to hack into voicemails of new victims who have not even been notified yet. Among those arrested were ex–News of the World assistant editor Jules Stenson and former entertainment editor Rav Singh, according to the BBC.