Prince Harry finds unlikely ally in court showdown with the media
Harry was defended from online critics of his phone-hacking lawsuit heard in London this week, by a member of his mother's family.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle score big win in their paparazzi battle
Americans have backed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle over their battle with the paparazzi in New York. according to exclusive Newsweek polling.
Fact check: did Jason Knauf contribute to Meghan Markle's miscarriage
Meghan Markle lost a pregnancy in July 2020 and some supporters have sought to link the miscarriage to the former aide who accused her of bullying.
Paparazzi put Prince Harry and Meghan's lives "at risk"
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's treatment by New York paparazzi shows "the need for a change" in the media, a guest on their Netflix show told Newsweek.
Prince Harry is fighting U.S. paparazzi battles royals already won in U.K.
Harry and Meghan "left Britain because they wanted a better relationship with the media" but have ended up echoing Princess Diana's experience.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will hand paparazzi chase footage to NYPD
Prince Harry will supply his own images of paparazzi as New York police and the city's mayor appeared to tone down his account of a "near catastrophic" chase.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's U.S. move hasn't solved paparazzi problem
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been photographed going about their private lives at least four times on U.S. soil in 2023.
Tabloid deletes story about Prince Harry turning "woke" post-Meghan
A U.K. tabloid sued four times by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle pulled a story about "bewildering requests" from the Duchess of Sussex.
Tabloid slammed over Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton slavery stories
A Daily Mail article crediting Kate Middleton's ancestor with "a key role" in freeing Meghan Markle's ancestor from slavery has sparked a backlash.
Americans back Prince Harry over tabloid lawsuit
Just under half of Americans back Harry's decision to take legal action against the "Daily Mail" over allegations of historic phone-hacking and wiretapping.
Prince Harry is "driving force" behind royal fallout not Meghan Markle—Book
In his new book, royal author Robert Jobson discounts the idea that Meghan orchestrated the Sussexes' exit from the royal family.
Prince Harry's tabloid lawsuit could drag royals to the witness box
Prince Harry is suing the Daily Mail newspaper in a case that mentions Prince William and accuses "the institution" of covering up phone-hacking.
Prince Harry took private swipe at Palace days before coronation invite
Prince Harry prepared a new broadside against the royal family's "institution" days before King Charles III invited him to the coronation.
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."
Prince Harry takes swipe at Palace in privacy lawsuit
Harry said the Palace "was without a doubt withholding information from me" about phone hacking while making a deal with Rupert Murdoch's newspaper empire.
Prince Harry says media have betrayed "promises" made after Diana's death
In his lawsuit against "Daily Mail" publishers Harry claims that illegal acts used by journalists "amount to a major betrayal," given promises made in 1997.
Prince Harry avoids the media after bumping into photographer at court
The Duke of Sussex arrived at the Royal Courts of Justice using a side door on Tuesday after bumping into a photographer at the main entrance the day before.
U.K. tabloid says Prince Harry wiretap case has a fatal flaw
Associated Newspapers Limited, which Harry and a number of high-profile figures are suing over illegal information gathering, released a statement on Monday.
Prince Harry's tabloid lawsuit sparks privacy debate
Harry's appearance in a London court for a hearing of his privacy lawsuit against publishers of the "Daily Mail" has divided opinion online.
Prince Harry says he lost friends due to "paranoia" over tabloid stories
Prince Harry says in a court filing that "friends were lost or cut off" because of stories in U.K. newspaper "The Daily Mail" and "everyone became a 'suspect.'"
Prince Harry in court for "privacy" lawsuit
Prince Harry unexpectedly turned up at the High Court in London to fight a lawsuit against the Daily Mail and had a run-in with a press photographer.
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle ambushed by paparazzi amid house drama
Prince Harry appeared to shout "woah" as flashbulbs fired months after he wrote that cameras were "traumatizing" and "sounded like a gun cocking."
Queen's ex-aide calls for apology after "misquoting" in Prince Harry's book
Dickie Arbiter told Newsweek: "What is attributed to me is rubbish and an apology from Penguin Random House would be useful."
Prince Harry's memoir acquired by tabloids he is suing on day of chaos
Prince Harry's account of begging King Charles III not to marry Camilla has appeared in two U.K. tabloids five days ahead of publication.
"Harry & Meghan" Netflix docuseries' ten biggest bombshells
Harry and Meghan's landmark six-episode docuseries included a range of bombshell claims, including that Prince William screamed and shouted at his brother.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry body language claims go viral on TikTok
Meghan Markle is accused of controlling Prince Harry in Tiktok videos—including in one that has been viewed more than 24.9 million times.
Charles and Diana's portrayal in "The Crown" brings conflict to his reign
King Charles III's depiction in "The Crown" sparked a tabloid backlash but a source told Newsweek "the rags" exploited the show for "sensationalist purposes."
Harry has become "key player" in "fight for privacy," latest lawsuit shows
Prominent media lawyer Will Charlesworth told Newsweek how Harry's latest lawsuit shows his desire to "hold the press to account" for their actions.
Prince Harry sues Mail newspapers over "abhorrent criminal activity"
Prince Harry has joined forces with other public figures to accuse the U.K. tabloid of using private investigators to "place listening devices" in cars and homes.
Meghan Markle Interview Anecdote Criticized by Nelson Mandela's Grandson
Meghan's comment that she was told South Africans "rejoiced in the streets" over her marriage comparing it to Mandela's release from prison has been criticized.