Flight Attendant Shares Tips for Staying Safe in Your Hotel Room
Flight attendants usually fly 75 to 100 hours a month and work another 50 hours on the ground, spending several nights a week in hotels.
Husband Backed For Doing Nothing as Security Escorted Wife From His Office
Many commenters encouraged the man to file for a divorce.
Woman Backed for Filing Complaints About Neighbor's Security System
"You went to him first and he was a jerk about it. It's not just you It's bothering. He can take it down or get evicted," one commenter wrote.
Putin Only Has Himself to Blame for Finland Joining NATO: White House
The White House joined Finland in suggesting that Putin's decision to launch a full-scale war as a threat to NATO has massively backfired on Russia.
'She Got Dropped': Woman Tries and Fails to Rush UFC Octagon in Viral Video
"That camera dude def saw her getting ready to jump over and said 'ain't none of my business,'" a viewer commented
Man Proposes at Airport's Security Check-In Line: 'Shoes Off, Rings On'
The unique proposal occurred at an airport in Nevada.
Harry, Meghan Face 'Lifelong Battle' With Press After Axing Queen's Mantra
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's eighth court case was a lawsuit about a lawsuit. A lawyer tells Newsweek Harry's battles with the media may continue for life.
Harry's Court Setback Shows Libel Case Against Old Enemy is 'Ill-Advised'
Prince Harry and a U.K. tabloid famously sued by Meghan Markle are on course for a new court showdown but a lawyer told Newsweek the case may be a mistake.
Harry and Meghan's Attendance at Queen's Jubilee Thrown Into Doubt by Polo
Prince Harry has committed to playing the full polo season this year.
Prince Harry's Concern Over Meghan's Security Predates Royal Split—Book
Harry's concern over Meghan Markle's safety could have influenced his rush to the altar, author Tina Brown recounts in her new book "The Palace Papers."
World's Worst Guard Dog Stars in Hilarious Video: 'Defender of the House'
One pet owner decided to see how his dog would react to a masked intruder in the house. Not very well, as it turns out.
Brooklyn Subway Shooting Prompts Major U.S. Transit Security Response
The New York Fire Department said 16 people were injured in the attack in Brooklyn on Tuesday morning.
Families of FedEx Shooting Victims Sue Over Unarmed Security
Five of the eight victims' families are suing FedEx almost a year after the incident for negligence and failing to keep the employees and the premises safe.
'Nobody's Trespassing': Adorable Clip Shows Passerby Petting 'Guard Dog'
"Scritches welcome but no trespass plz," a commenter wrote.
Prince Harry's Lawyer Asked To Apologize by Judge in Police Security Case
Prince Harry's lawyer was given a dressing-down by a judge who said it was not acceptable to "have come here without an apology."
Prince Harry Says Tabloid Caused 'Considerable Distress' in Libel Lawsuit
Prince Harry accused a tabloid of causing a "feeding frenzy of hostile comments" with libelous coverage of his police protection lawsuit, Newsweek can reveal.
Tech Leaders Who Don't Comply With U.K.'s New Internet Rules Face Prison
New legislation aimed at protecting users from harmful and unlawful content was announced in Parliament on Thursday.
How Prince Harry's Security Lawsuit Could Get More Awkward for the Royals
The Duke of Sussex's lawsuit against the U.K. government has turned its attention to a department headed by a former aide to Prince William.
How Prince Harry Suing U.K. Government Could Put His Security More at Risk
If Prince Harry wins the case he may get the chance to have his police protection restored but if he loses he will have to decide whether he ever intends to return to Britain.
Four Years After Parkland, Schools Are No Safer From a Student Shooter
In the wake of the shooting, schools pushed an array of security measures. But school shootings continue to ravage communities across the United States.
Prince Harry Faces Crucial Decision on Royal Relations Amid Rift
Prince Harry must decide whether to go to Britain in March to pay homage to his grandfather after stating it was too dangerous for him in his home country.
'Watch Out': Woman Warns Against Opening Door for 'Strangers' in Video
"Please remember just cause someone sees you inside DOES NOT mean you have to answer the door," a viewer commented on the viral TikTok.
Renewed Negotiation Can Still Ensure Peace in Ukraine
The issue, in the end, is a simple one: there is no military victory to be found here, and supporting the Ukrainian militarily is likely to prove fatal to both Ukraine and to Europe.
Queen Elizabeth II 'In Despair' at Prince Andrew and Prince Harry—Expert
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."
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Begin 2022 on the Offensive
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have had an explosive start to the year with reports of separate conflicts with the media and the U.K. government.
Prince Harry Suing U.K. Makes Him 'Look Like a Child'—Reputation Expert
Prince Harry's lawsuit over a U.K. government decision to strip him of police protection is "outrageously out of touch," a reputation expert tells Newsweek.
Prince Harry Wants Police Protection 'Served Up' Like 'Fatted Calf'—Lawyer
Prince Harry's decision to sue the U.K. government over his police protection is "not a great brand-building move," a reputation lawyer tells Newsweek.
Prince Harry Sees Britain As 'Home Country' and Wants Kids To Visit
Prince Harry revealed he will always see Britain as home and wants his two children to know the country—even as he sued the U.K. government.
Man Says He Wants to Expose Wife for Planting Cameras in Ex's Home in Post
Installing cameras into someone's home without their permission is against the law due to the "reasonable expectation of privacy."
Emmanuel Macron Talks Security in Campaign-Like Visit to Extremist-Hit City
"The people have the right to live in peace every single day," Macron said on Monday, "but there's a lot more to do."