Commentator Richard Fitzwilliams said of the Sussexes that "there is undoubtedly potentially worse to come" but the "palace knew who they were dealing with"
"A mutual friend of ours and I were speaking, and he said, 'I haven't seen Johnny smile like that in six years,'" said attorney Vasquez.
"The Umbrella Academy" stars David Castañeda and Justin H. Min spoke to Newsweek about filming Diego and Ben's argument scene in Spanish and Korean.
Author Tina Brown has said that Harry poses a "bigger problem" than Andrew because "because you never quite know what he's going to do next."
The video clip went viral after reports surfaced that the findings of a palace investigation into accusations of bullying against Meghan would no be made public
Warren Wayne, star of the upcoming fan-made movie "Spider-Man: Lotus" spoke to Newsweek about his regret over past racist and homophobic comments.
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Diana's advice to William that "if you were lucky enough to find someone who loved you then one must protect it" is evident in the way he protects his family.
William's fortieth birthday falls in a year which marks an important anniversary relating to his late mother, Princess Diana.
Reports that suggest the findings of the investigation into bullying allegations lodged against Meghan Markle will not be made public has been criticized online
The Duchess of Cornwall has opened up about the years of criticism she faced in the 1990s during a rare interview.
Heard's interview with Savannah Guthrie—her first since her court battle with Johnny Depp—pulled in less-than-stellar numbers, it has been revealed.
"The Umbrella Academy" creator and showrunner Steve Blackman spoke to Newsweek about Season 3 and teased what fans can expect from the new episodes.
"The Boys" star Karen Fukuhara spoke to Newsweek about filming Kimiko's musical number, and said it felt like "night and day" compared to her usual day on set.
Larry Wilmore and Annette Bening told Newsweek why "Jerry & Marge Go Large," now on Paramount+, isn't your normal Hollywood movie.
"Good Luck To You, Leo Grande" director Sophie Hyde and writer Katy Brand spoke to Newsweek about their new enlightening Hulu movie.
Jones, who is a dual citizen of the U.S. and Russia, has revealed he's been speaking with a friend who is "a right-hand man to the office of" Vladimir Putin.
"One thing I'm not is vindictive," said Heard in her interview with Savannah Guthrie.
In a statement released ahead of Amber Heard's Savannah Guthrie interview airing in full, a rep said Johnny Depp is "looking to move forward with his life."
"There's a binder worth of years of notes dating back to 2011," Heard says in a preview of her interview with Savannah Guthrie.
'Lightyear' star Keke Palmer and producer Galyn Susman spoke to Newsweek about the same-sex relationship in the film, which has got it banned in 14 countries.
"First Kill" was only just released on Netflix but creator V. E. Schwab and actors Imani Lewis and Sarah Catherine Hook are ready to sink their teeth into more.
"The jury heard all of your defenses, all of your attempts to poke holes in the credibility of these people, and they rejected them," Kelly said of Heard.
The highly anticipated interview will see Heard discuss her ex-husband Johnny Depp and the media circus surrounding their recent trial.
What democracies need to succeed is "leaders who endeavor to bring out the best in us," Hillary Clinton said in a new interview.
"I loved him with all my heart," Heard told Savannah Guthrie of Depp. "And I tried the best I could to make a deeply broken relationship work. And I couldn't."
"She still wants him in her life—even if it's in a negative way," said Cooper Lawrence. "They have a toxic relationship and she clearly wants to continue it."
"I'm not a good victim. I get it," Heard told Savannah Guthrie. "I'm not a perfect victim. But when I testified, I asked the jury to just see me as human."
"Obi-Wan Kenobi" writer Joby Harold spoke to Newsweek about his work on the "Star Wars" Disney+ series, and how Princess Leia's appearance remained a secret.