Prince Harry has launched a new barrage of criticism against the same U.K. tabloid wife Meghan Markle is suing—this time over an apology the newspaper printed late last year.
Donald Trump's new lawyer worked with Jeffrey Epstein in his last days and believes there is more to the financier's death than the ruling of suicide.
Meghan Markle has been accused of "inconsistencies" in her court claims by the tabloid she is suing for privacy and copyright infringement.
Billionaire financier Leon Black allowed Jeffrey Epstein to make millions from him because famous figures had not turned their backs on the pedophile, a report has found.
The private equity billionaire handed Jeffrey Epstein the money after his 2008 conviction, but a report found no links between the payments and the pedophile's crimes.
Amid calls for a new independence referendum, experts tell Newsweek Queen Elizabeth II does not want the break up of the United Kingdom because the royals have "Scotland in their souls."
Ghislaine Maxwell wants charges, alleging she trafficked under-age girls for former lover Jeffrey Epstein, thrown out over a controversial plea deal Epstein signed in 2008.
Princess Diana turned a potentially "terrifying" encounter with a paparazzi photographer into a game and "had a talent for reading children's hearts," according to her nieces.
Prince Harry's lawyers have been given a date for a court statement on allegations he turned his back on the Royal Marines, which he said left veterans "more susceptible to suicide."
Prince Harry has spoken out on the threat posed by social media and why they need to be held accountable, warning: "We are losing loved ones to conspiracy theories."
Royal fans spotted a familiar face in the background as President Joe Biden met the Clintons during an inauguration day visit to Arlington National Cemetery.
Prince Andrew is 'not some clean perfect prince' but 'a fun-time friend of Epstein'—according to the Twitter campaigner his aides had asked to help discredit his accuser.
Meghan Markle's former palace aides could "shed some light" on allegations she wanted details of a private letter leaked and helped the authors of a tell-all biography.
The Duchess of Sussex's aide opened doors for the authors of a biography that accused Prince William of snobbery, a "senior member of the royal household" has told a newspaper she is suing.
A YouTuber illegally broadcast audio of a hearing in Ghislaine Maxwell's Jeffrey Epstein trafficking case to 14,000 listeners including apparent QAnon conspiracy theorists.
Thomas Markle says daughter Meghan Markle "didn't say she loved me" and "did not even ask how I was" in a letter sent three months after he had a heart attack.
Extracts of Meghan Markle's private letter to her father have been read at her tabloid privacy lawsuit and show her pleading: "Allow us to live our lives in peace."
Meghan Markle's "anguished" letter to her father was published by a tabloid in a "plain and serious invasion" of her privacy, a court filing claims.
Royalty gave Meghan Markle and Prince Harry access to the most "powerful brand in the world" but they must maintain public service to succeed, Princess Diana's former aide says.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had a gift for a cause close to their hearts "in recognition of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and all that he stood for."
Prince Harry is excited by his new projects in California but is still coping with an "incredibly painful" situation that has caused "hurt feelings," a friends says.
Prince Andrew's advisors reached out to a Twitter user who claimed a picture of the royal with his Jeffrey Epstein accuser had been manipulated.
Meghan Markle hopes to end her tabloid privacy case with a resounding victory during a two-day hearing next week that would avoid both her and her father testifying.
"Hunting Ghislaine Maxwell" host John Sweeney has said the podcast tells "A dark fairy story of our times, about how power and money and connections can, for a time, blind justice."
A royal biographer has accused the couple of the "biggest royal sellout in the history of the family."
Samantha Markle told Newsweek that social media empowers people to "puff their chest" and "attack books like mine before they come out."
A regulatory case began six months ago into claims the charities misused $350,000, but they will not face a full inquiry.
Simon Bowes-Lyon walked behind Prince William during the Queen Mother's funeral procession but is now facing jail for an attack on a female guest at his ancestral castle home.
Prince Andrew's ex-wife recorded a bizarre promotional video to launch her Mills & Boon romantic novel with "parallels from my life," saying—"follow your heart. But do you dare?"
The British socialite is again asking for bail just weeks after one accuser said she was 'behind bars, where she belongs.'