Prince Andrew has been abandoned to the "frenzied posthumous assault upon Jeffrey Epstein" and it "is a disgrace," according to Conrad Black.
Stripping Prince Andrew of a birthday tribute threw up complicated questions as a third of the councillors voted against the move.
Prince Andrew's accuser has been given permission to seek testimony from a former royal aide whose name was in Jeffrey Epstein's little black book.
Prince Andrew had demanded a jury trial in his New York sexual abuse civil lawsuit, leaving his fate in the hands of 12 members of the public.
Prince Andrew's demand for a jury trial comes despite public "disgust" at Jeffrey Epstein—but there may be a strategy behind it, lawyers say.
The Duke of York's legal team has denied allegations against him and put forward several defenses, suggesting he will go after his accuser's reputation.
Andrew's car-crash TV interview may offer Virginia Giuffre's lawyers ammunition during questioning over her allegations.
Prince Andrew's former royal servant said she was left in tears after one confrontation when he told her: "Can't you f***ing do anything right?"
Queen Elizabeth II is poised to begin her Platinum Jubilee year with several brewing scandals looming over certain members of the royal family.
A former BBC royal correspondent says "everybody feels for the Queen" after she stripped Prince Andrew of titles, but adds Prince Harry "can't pick and choose."
A Ghislaine Maxwell juror gave a frank account of his impression of a key prosecution witness who also has evidence relevant to Prince Andrew's lawsuit.
An aide told Newsweek it is "ridiculous" to suggest the ex-president was "like brothers" with Jeffrey Epstein after a new documentary.
Ghislaine Maxwell's attorneys have formally requested a retrial in her Jeffrey Epstein case over a juror's experience of sexual abuse.
Bill Clinton was "very close to Jeffrey" Epstein and the pair were "like brothers," according to a former friend of the New York financier.
The Palace staff were given instructions on the exact arrangement for his stuffed toys, and warned in capitals: "Do not loose [sic] the teddy & cushion!!"
The convicted sex trafficker said in a legal filing this week that she no longer objects to unsealing documents related to Epstein's illicit sex ring.
Prince Andrew's failure to get Virginia Giuffre's sex abuse lawsuit thrown out has been described by her attorney as a vital moment in her "determined pursuit of justice."
Prince Andrew's bombshell sex abuse trial was given the go ahead by a judge—and will run in the year Queen Elizabeth II celebrates 70 years on the throne.
Prince Andrew has failed to get his Jeffrey Epstein case thrown out on a technicality, paving the way for a bombshell civil trial with accuser Virginia Giuffre.
Prince Andrew wants his Jeffrey Epstein-related sex abuse lawsuit dismissed, but the legal process may be upsetting for victims, psychologists tell Newsweek.
A Ghislaine Maxwell trial witness said she had spoken to Andrew's accuser about the prince—but her account had positives and negatives for both sides.
"I think the likelihood of a mistrial is very high," attorney Mark Stephens said. "It does seem that the juror didn't answer accurately or there was a mistake."
Ghislaine Maxwell prosecutors have offered to drop perjury charges against her if it spares victims the "trauma" of having to testify again.
Prince Andrew has paid off a $9 million debt on a Swiss holiday home he has been trying to sell, amid the prospect of a big money Jeffrey Epstein lawsuit.
Maxwell was convicted on five of six sex-trafficking-related charges, but the juror's comments threaten to upend the conviction.
A mistrial is "almost a racing certainty," a lawyer has told Newsweek, after one of the jurors who found Ghislaine Maxwell guilty revealed in interviews that he had been sexually abused.
Ghislaine Maxwell "may get a new trial" over a juror's media interviews in a saga that is "just awful" for Jeffrey Epstein's victims, said attorney Lisa Bloom.
One anonymous juror said in an interview that he used his experience with assault as proof that improper memories don't discredit abuse.
Prince Andrew asked a BBC interviewer whether his account of not being able to sweat "would be interesting to hear" before his car crash chat.