Andy Warhol divides Supreme Court's liberal justices
On a bench where liberals often vote together, one patent case involving Warhol's artwork has divided the three justices.
Ed Sheeran frustrated despite winning court case
"I'm obviously very happy with the outcome of the case," Sheeran said, adding he's also dismayed that claims of this type even advance to a courtroom.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's media battles won't do them any "favors"
Author Sally Bedell Smith said that Harry and Meghan should at some point "back off" from their battles with the media, on Newsweek's "The Royal Report."
Liza Minnelli caught off guard by Trump's new book
The former president is set to release a book in April that contains private correspondences between himself and many well-known figures, including Minnelli.
Princess Diana saw Donald Trump as "worse than an a*** fissure"
Princess Diana's brother, Earl Spencer, took a swipe at Donald Trump on Wednesday for suggesting the late royal "kissed his a**."
Trump gets copyright law wrong while defending release of Jay Leno letters
The former president claimed he got permission to publish letters from Leno merely from the talk show host sending them.
Will Oprah sue Donald Trump? Book revelations could land him in hot water
The former president may be infringing on copyright for publishing private letters sent to him by numerous public figures over the years.
Read Dr. Dre's cease and desist letter to Marjorie Taylor Greene in full
"I don't license my music to politicians, especially someone as divisive and hateful as this one," Dre said of Greene in a statement.
'Harry & Meghan' accuses Prince William of authorizing private message drop
Meghan Markle is shown saying "I'm not going to say anything about your brother, but it's so obvious," and her lawyer implicated Prince William on Netflix.
Prince Harry blames Meghan Markle's miscarriage on 'The Mail on Sunday'
Prince Harry told Netflix: "I believe my wife suffered a miscarriage because of what the Mail did. I watched the whole thing."
What's next for Kanye West's Yeezy brand as Adidas copyright feud continues
While Ye's longstanding relationship with Adidas has officially come to an end, questions remain over who will release the distinctive shoes.
Meghan Markle's palace "team was aghast" over her tabloid lawsuit—book
Meghan Markle sued a U.K. tabloid after ditching Queen Elizabeth II's lawyer in favor of a law firm introduced to her by Elton John, according to a new book.
Ed Sheeran copyright trial shows system is "broken": lawyer
The English singer has been ordered to stand trial over allegations he copied his hit song "Thinking Out Loud" from Marvin Gaye's classic "Let's Get It On."
Texas Church to 'Pay Damages' After Unauthorized 'Hamilton' Goes Viral
The Door Christian Fellowship McAllen Church in Texas issued a public apology to "Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda.
'Playas Gon' Play': How 3LW Song Compares to Taylor Swift's 'Shake It Off'
Amid accusations that Swift plagiarized 3LW's song for her mega hit, Newsweek has looked at the lyrical similarities.
Harry and Meghan's 10 Lawsuits in 3 Years and What They Say About Couple
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have between them launched an average of around three lawsuits a year since 2019—against both the British government and media.
Mickey Mouse Safe With Disney For Now as Early Version Enters Public Domain
The first animated short featuring the character of Mickey Mouse, known as "Steamboat Willie" is set to enter the public domain in 2024.
Charles, Camilla Hire Executive From Daily Mail Group Meghan and Harry Sued
Prince Harry has so far sued "The Mail on Sunday" twice, with his latest lawsuit still ongoing.
'Rhode' Owners Suing Hailey Bieber Say She Tried to Buy Them Four Years Ago
Hailey Bieber has launched the skincare line titled "Rhode," but she's being sued by a fashion company of the same name.
Disney's Mickey Mouse Copyright in Republican Crosshairs Over LGBTQ Stance
Disney has upset many people within the GOP for its opposition to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis' so-called "Don't Say Gay" bill.
From Dua Lipa to Ariana Grande, 4 Artists Sued for Copyright
Most recently, pop singer Dua Lipa has been sued for copyright infringement by a band who believes a song of theirs is very similar to her hit "Levitating."
Twitter Can't Sue Trump's Truth Social, Even Though They Look Identical
Legal experts explain how the former president's new app can get away with being a Twitter-clone in terms of design.
Artists, Labels up in Arms About 'Music NFTs' Offered Without Consent
"I could go and mint the webpage featuring this article and maybe Newsweek could convince brokers not to list it, but it's still on the chain and in somebody's wallet forever."
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Did Not Launch a Single Media Lawsuit in 202
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry previously launched six lawsuits in just more than a year—but did not bring any new cases in 2021.
Meghan Markle Troll Makes Over $3k a Month Trashing Her on YouTube
A Meghan Markle troll makes more money every month than officer cadets at Prince Harry's former military academy, one of their videos appears to reveal.
Meghan's Privacy Ordeal Could Drag on As Tabloid Eyes Supreme Court Appeal
Meghan Markle won a two-year privacy battle—but the tabloid she sued may appeal again.
Why Meghan Texts Released by Bullying Accusation Aide Did Not Swing Lawsuit
Meghan Markle's private messages exposed by a former aide forced her into an embarrassing apology—but she still won her tabloid lawsuit.
Meghan Markle Calls Mail on Sunday 'Daily Fail' After Court Victory
The Duchess of Sussex issued a lengthy statement after winning a two-year tabloid privacy lawsuit that at one stage left her fearing she would lose a pregnancy.
Meghan Markle Wins Tabloid Privacy Case Even After Private Messages Exposed
Meghan Markle has finally won her privacy lawsuit over a letter to her father—ending a two year saga in which she was forced into an embarrassing apology.
Meghan Markle Tabloid Privacy Judgement Due After Private Messages Exposed
Meghan Markle's privacy lawsuit against a U.K. tabloid will either end in victory or be blown wide open after a judgement which is due in London.