During a discussion about the royal's upcoming memoir, TalkTV host Dr David Bull criticized Prince Harry, saying his recent activities don't "look good."
Tom Bower told a U.K. morning show that Meghan "won't want to appear in court being cross-examined by my [lawyer]" if she were to sue over his new book.
"Absolutely everything has gone up in price; food, clothes, everyday basics, fuel is through the roof"
The British Defense Ministry highlighted a report that surfaced claiming that Russian wives were begging for "exhausted" soldiers to be returned home.
Multiple scandals, including holding illegal parties during strict COVID lockdowns, have brought down the embattled prime minister.
"I understand there are many problems with America right now but does this outweigh the sadness my children will feel growing up without a father?"
The queen surpassed King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand's 25,694 day reign on Sunday, but was this enough to earn her the top spot?
If Johnson loses the vote among the 359 Conservative Party lawmakers, he will be replaced as Conservative leader and prime minister.
This year the queen's official birthday is being marked with a special Trooping the Colour parade but what is it and what does it mean? Newsweek has the answers
It is the first time a Platinum Jubilee has been celebrated for a monarch in British history.
Meghan has been praised by comedian Katherine Ryan for her "confidence to challenge" royal roles that infringe on her "personal freedom."
Russian TV host Dmitry Kiselyov doubled down on content from a previous program that outraged Ireland.
"I would cut a small bite-sized portion from the center of the triangle, spear it with my fork and then place it into my mouth," said Lucy Challenger.
The controversial front man thinks Charles becoming king could be "the end of the monarchy," as this is a "man who plays Pink Floyd to his cabbages."
In November 2021, Australia began a program to equip its navy with nuclear powered submarines in a new defense alliance with the U.K. and the U.S.
Queen Elizabeth II's health triggered talk of her stepping aside for Charles but the number of Brits who feel she should remain the monarch has increased.
An official with the Department of Defense said economic sanctions were "having a bite" on Russia's ability to replace stocks in its defense industrial base.
RT editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan wrote that Britain's support of Ukrainian strikes on Russian soil is leaving Moscow cornered.
Britain's spy chief Jeremy Fleming said there's evidence Russian troops are "short of weapons and morale."
Justin Lee Price, 19, sent the message after the European Championship final last year.
The editors claim the idea, created by writers such as Charles Dickens, is a myth.
The royal family has a lengthy history with dozens of exceptional British vehicles in their stables.
Protesters on the balcony of the mansion owned by Oleg Deripaska suggested that the sanctioned billionaire's building be used to house Ukrainian refugees.
An announcement from Australian experts confirming the ship was discovered in Newport Harbor is called "premature" by their Rhode Island counterparts.
Two new polls are shining a light on the current state of National Health Service workers amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
"The prime minister is a national distraction and he's got to go," said one politician after the reveal of an alleged 30-person party in June 2020.
The spaniel, named Reggie, fell into a deep crevice in Clydach near Swansea, Wales.
A spokesperson for Cleethorpes Wildlife Rescue told Newsweek the seal "put up a good fight to protect itself when we got him."
The lawsuit argues Meta should pay its 44 million British users compensation for taking all their personal and private data between 2015 and 2019.
The deadly fire that swept the London high-rise Grenfell Tower in June 2017 highlighted the risks of certain types of aluminum composite cladding.