U.K. Arrests 5 in News Corp. Raid

London police aren’t finished taking Rupert Murdoch’s people to jail: they arrested five Saturday morning in a sweep of Murdoch’s News International headquarters and the accused people’s homes. Four men, all identified as current or former journalists for News International, were arrested at their homes around London, and a 29-year-old police officer was apprehended on the job on suspicion of corruption and misconduct. Police made the arrests after being tipped off by News Corp.’s internal investigation unit, created after the phone-hacking scandal tarnished the company in 2011. Investigators are conducting forensic analysis of News International’s payments from 2000 to 2006 in search of suspicious disparities.