Meghan Markle hopes to end her tabloid privacy case with a resounding victory during a two-day hearing next week that would avoid both her and her father testifying.
The newspaper said: "America will be better when he leaves office. Kansas will be much better if he decides to stay away from his adopted home state forever."
An alarmed homeowner found the sign on Roselawn Drive in the Brentwood subdivision of Lafayette and alerted police on Saturday.
Gil Tamary, the chief Washington correspondent of Israel's Channel 13 news, was forced to pause his report after the individual stepped in front of the camera.
Prince Harry's recent libel suit against a British tabloid contains revealing insights into how he sees his own reputation—which appears to still be closely bound to the country he left behind.
Prince Harry and "The Mail on Sunday" have reached a libel settlement over claims he turned his back on the Royal Marines. A statement is expected in court soon, sources tell Newsweek.
Prince Harry's lawyers claim a newspaper article accusing him of turning his back on the Royal Marines left military personnel "more susceptible to suicide," Newsweek can reveal.
A critical mass of reporting staff and editors have pivoted from objectivity to activism, utilizing their position to virtue signal or advance a predetermined worldview rather than present facts or spur public discourse.
Meghan Markle's sister is releasing a biography next week—right before a crunch hearing in her tabloid privacy case—and experts tell Newsweek the timing may not be a coincidence.
His interactions with the press have been scarce since November 3, and he's ignored questions a number of times.
Meghan Markle's inner circle face being forced to hand over private messages to the U.K. tabloid she is suing—but a new court order may give them a way out, Newsweek can reveal.
The first lady-elect called for women's achievements to be celebrated, not diminished.
Nielsen TV ratings showed the 7 p.m. Monday Newsmax show was ahead of its Fox rival by 26,000 viewers.
Prince Harry has filed a libel lawsuit against the same U.K. newspaper publisher that wife Meghan Markle is separately suing over a letter she sent to her father, Newsweek can reveal.
The president hit out at the reporter after he tried to interrupt an answer to an earlier question.
The Duchess of Sussex's lawyers say a U.K. tabloid has been "deeply offensive" in its court filings—here's why it could cost the newspaper if it loses the case.
In the 16 days since November 3, Trump has appeared in public just three times—and on none of those occasions did he take reporters' questions.
Prince William has spoken out on claims his mother was manipulated into talking publicly for the first time about the royal marriage breakdown depicted in "The Crown."
Lawyers for the Duchess of Sussex said she wanted to correct her father's false narrative in the media that she "had abandoned him and not even tried to contact him."
Meghan Markle has been accused of seeking the help of press officers to accuse her father of lying to the media about her, in a new filing by the newspaper she is suing.
"No one should be surprised that Donald Trump is not going to do what the mainstream media wants him to do," says a senior campaign official.
Meghan Markle's attempt to avoid a media circus around her private life by winning her high-stakes tabloid privacy case without a trial "will fail," lawyers tell Newsweek.
The media's day of reckoning is coming. This election will serve as the tipping point when media outlets finally give way to a new frontier. The Wild West of new media is upon us.
Meghan Markle's solicitor represented Johnny Depp in his libel defeat to a U.K. tabloid—and lawyers say there are lessons for the Duchess of Sussex in her own privacy case.
The president's former personal attorney called the interviewer's questions "obnoxious" and accused her of not reading his new book.
Network host Sean Hannity called on the former vice president to step outside and answer his questions.
Piers Morgan says his outspoken attacks on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex left his son asking "why do you care so much about Harry and Meghan?"
Queen Elizabeth II praised the "established news media" this week—as new claims about Prince Harry's mistrust of the press emerged.