Meghan Markle had said she hoped to promote privacy in court cases—but months later her former lawyer is pursuing private details on a soccer star's wife.
It's my belief that while readers may not immediately realize they're being force-fed an agenda and may even like the taste of it, at a certain point, they will tire of being manipulated and go get their news where their intelligence is respected.
"I'm not confident," the president responded. "When did I say I was confident?"
It was difficult to hear President Biden amid the confusion and noise in the library at Geneva's Villa La Grange.
Outspoken royal author Lady Colin Campbell said she wanted to put the scandal surrounding Prince Andrew's relationship with Jeffrey Epstein "in proportion."
If only they would say the quiet part out loud: We were wrong. We were wrong. We were wrong. But they don't really need to. America—along with the rest of the world—already knows.
Prince Harry has accused the BBC of defamation over a story about the name of his newborn daughter, but the broadcaster has not backed down.
Julie Burchill claimed she was fired from her job at U.K. newspaper the "Daily Telegraph" after her Twitter posts about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's baby.
As summer approaches, I hope women will cherish their pre and post-pandemic bodies for everything they survived through.
Prince William has challenged the narrative bombshell 1995 interview with Martin Bashir—where she made claims of a royal campaign against her.
The Fox News host criticised Cuomo after it was revealed he had offered political advice to his brother.
Prince Harry warned history is repeating with the media and Meghan Markle, saying: "My mother was chased to her death while she was in a relationship with someone that wasn't white."
Prince Harry said "I was willing to drink, I was willing to take drugs," discussing the trauma from his mother's death while being chased by the paparazzi.
The network said it would not work with Raja again "in any capacity" after his anti-Semitic tweets were surfaced.
In the family's first major attack on a U.S. outlet, Prince Harry said the 'New York Post' published photos of Archie getting picked up by Meghan Markle.
Meghan Markle's victory on the final issues in her tabloid lawsuit was finally made official today, in a judgement handed down by a High Court judge in London.
Meghan Markle has applied to end her marathon lawsuit against a U.K. tabloid—after getting the backing of a former aide who once accused her of bullying her staff.
The Duchess of Sussex, who is pregnant, was photographed on a walk with her toddler son and the pictures were published without blurring Archie's face.
Meghan Markle was seen carrying Archie, who turns two years old next week, in a picture taken four days after the funeral and published by 'Page Six.'
Meghan Markle's privacy victory against a U.K. tabloid will be placed under scrutiny after the newspaper requested permission to appeal.
The Left's dishonest crusade has real victims.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been photographed by the paparazzi almost once a month since moving to America, including twice since their Oprah Winfrey interview was broadcast.
Harry will work alongside Rupert Murdoch's daughter-in-law tackling misinformation—but U.K. critics say his wife Meghan told a "fib" in their Oprah interview.
Meghan Markle's lawsuit against Splash News over pictures of her with Archie has driven the company to Chapter 11 bankruptcy—but a statement says it will not be closing down.
Meghan Markle won a resounding victory in her privacy lawsuit over a letter to her father. However, the tabloid wants permission to appeal and lawyers tell Newsweek they may get their wish.