Rupert Murdoch and Scientology ... Alan Jones v Darren Davidson ... Malcolm Roberts' cache of gold bullion ...
Rupert Murdoch was a "person of interest" to Scientology and therefore a target for spying.
The Church of Scientology has released a "media guide". And other media tidbits of the day.
A media guide released by the Church of Scientology is aimed at dispelling myths around the religion -- turns out they're not descended from aliens, but they do teach English to African migrants.
If Katie Holmes had agreed to attend Scientology marriage counselling, she would have been repeatedly asked "what have you done to Tom?" while Cruise sat watching, writes Tony Ortega.
After more than three decades as a member of the Church of Scientology, Oscar winning writer/director Paul Haggis resigned over its stance on gay marriage. This illuminating story by Lawrence Wright chronicles the bitter hullabaloo that ensued.
Screenwriter J.D. Shapiro apologises for penning "the suckiest film ever", the big-screen version of L. Ron Hubbard's Battlefield Earth -- he only hung out with Scientologists to meet chicks.
The Senate normally conducts inquiries into pretty much anything that takes its fancy. But it was different when the issue was Scientology.
The NYT finally treads where most papers dare not with this excellent front-page feature, detailing the abuses and general insanity from inside Scientology.