Last year, the New York Times sent three investigative reporters to London to dig into the hacking practices of the News of the World. After five months of reporting and writing, they produced a story that, together with the tenacious reporting of the Guardian, helped set off the current outcry. Why not devote similar resources to Fox, a far more influential outlet on the home front?
In Britain, it took the revelation of a squalid phone-hacking ploy
for a backlash against Murdoch-style journalism to develop. What will it