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.
Meghan Markle's father Thomas Markle said "they didn't care if I died" after his daughter told Oprah Winfrey he betrayed her in the run-up to their royal wedding.
The media landscape in Australia is problematic. Diversity in ownership largely eroded over the last decade and numerous TV, radio, print and online media is now owned by single organizations.
Suddenly, incredibly, it seems like after years of being untouchable, Andrew Cuomo might see consequences for his actions and his lies.
Meghan Markle has been told she is unlikely to get the full $2.1 million costs she asked for but will get $627,000 within 14 days and more later—after a tabloid published her private letter.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were photographed by the paparazzi in their car days after filming an interview with Oprah Winfrey linking their experience to Princess Diana's.
Meghan Markle's privacy victory over a letter she sent her father begging him not to speak to the press could be thrown into doubt after a U.K. tabloid asked for permission to appeal.
The EU is considering two laws to regulate media content on the Internet. The Markets Act focuses on checking Big Tech's power over the marketplace, while the Services Act seeks to check their power over content.
A U.K. tabloid was wrong to publish Meghan Markle's letter to her estranged father, according to 50 percent of Brits surveyed by Newsweek.
The Duke of Sussex alleges that intimate messages to his ex-girlfriend were hacked, but the News of the World's publisher says he is not entitled to compensation, Newsweek can reveal.
A U.K. tabloid defeated by Meghan Markle in a privacy lawsuit "has no alternative" but to appeal because a judge's ruling will "manacle the media," a lawyer tells Newsweek.
The Duchess of Sussex thanked her mother Doria Ragland and husband Prince Harry after her victory over the Mail on Sunday.
The Duchess of Sussex has won her High Court privacy claim against the Mail on Sunday for printing her "heartfelt plea" to father Thomas Markle.
The Duchess of Sussex is about to either win her tabloid privacy lawsuit over a letter accusing her father of breaking her heart—or be told she faces a full trial.
Trump's defense team claims that House impeachment managers "abdicated" their responsibility to investigate the Capitol riot to the media.
Prince Harry was accused of making "unduly tendentious" attacks on U.K. newspaper the Mail on Sunday by the judge in his Royal Marines libel claim, Newsweek can reveal.
Prince Harry has launched a new barrage of criticism against the same U.K. tabloid wife Meghan Markle is suing—this time over an apology the newspaper printed late last year.
Meghan Markle has been accused of "inconsistencies" in her court claims by the tabloid she is suing for privacy and copyright infringement.
Princess Diana turned a potentially "terrifying" encounter with a paparazzi photographer into a game and "had a talent for reading children's hearts," according to her nieces.
Prince Harry's lawyers have been given a date for a court statement on allegations he turned his back on the Royal Marines, which he said left veterans "more susceptible to suicide."
The Republican Kentucky senator continued to challenge the legitimacy of Joe Biden's victory Sunday morning.
Meghan Markle's former palace aides could "shed some light" on allegations she wanted details of a private letter leaked and helped the authors of a tell-all biography.
The Duchess of Sussex's aide opened doors for the authors of a biography that accused Prince William of snobbery, a "senior member of the royal household" has told a newspaper she is suing.
Extracts of Meghan Markle's private letter to her father have been read at her tabloid privacy lawsuit and show her pleading: "Allow us to live our lives in peace."