"No House seat, no office in this land is more important than the principles that we are all sworn to protect," Cheney said in a powerful speech on Tuesday.
The bestselling author examines the princess and her life as a mother in his new book.
A video of Princess Diana pushing away a reporter's microphone during her humanitarian visit to Angola in 1997 has gotten over 3 million views on TikTok.
William said that the "devastating" news "illustrates the threat rangers face every day" during the course of their conservation efforts.
In a message to a religious conference, the queen called the environment a cause "close to the heart" of Philip, "carried on" by William and Charles.
Hungary's prime minister will speak at CPAC in Dallas, along with Donald Trump, despite what one critic called a "Nazi diatribe."
Alito referenced Harry during a speech on religious liberty in Rome last week during which he mocked the prince's recent criticism of U.S. political decisions.
Newsweek has everything you need to know on how to watch and live stream Trump's speech, including timings of the speech too.
"It's totally fair for [Harry] to criticize and have concerns about what's going on in the U.S." a royal commentator said on Newsweek's "The Royal Report."
The royals have been branded hypocrites for Harry's climate change reference in his U.N. speech, despite a report that the couple "flew commercial" to NYC.
Harry said he has always found hope in Africa, a place where he has found peace and healing time and time again.
Meghan Markle's sleek all-black ensemble worn to the U.N. on Monday had aesthetic links to both an important foreign tour and a royal wedding.
McCain has become a vocal critic of Harry and Meghan, despite initially celebrating the couple after their interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021.
The prince told the general assembly of the U.N. that he keeps a photo of his mother meeting Mandela in 1997 on his "wall" and in his "heart."
"Each day she seemed to wear less and less clothing," said the HR officer. She detailed three of the employee's outfits along with biting asides.
The video's sharing on social media platform TikTok is an example of how the princess' legacy is being introduced to younger generations.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will stage their third post-royal visit to New York for an organization Meghan Markle worked with before their marriage.
Prince Harry will give a keynote address to the U.N. General Assembly commemorating Nelson Mandela International Day in honor of the late statesman.
Jill Biden has been criticized by conservatives for her comments, with some predicting this incident will reduce Democratic support from the Latino community.
Abe, who died after being shot in Japan on Friday morning, maintained close ties to Trump while both men were in office.
The Diana Awards called for "positivity" and "celebration" of their recipients after hate comments were directed at Princes William and Harry on Twitter.
Heard was seen breaking into laughter following an audience interruption in the resurfaced video from November 2011.
The former VP spoke in Albania to the People's Mujahedeen of Iran, which was removed from the U.S. terror list in 2012 after years of fighting Iran's regime.
Charles told the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting that "the roots of our contemporary association run deep into the most painful period of our history."
Jack Royston and Kristen Meinzer discussed Prince William's recent comments on race and politics in a new episode of Newsweek's "The Royal Report" podcast.
A headline run by the British fashion bible placing the terms "Kate Middleton" and "White Power" next to one another drew criticism on social media.
Keir Giles, a senior fellow at Chatham House, told a British newspaper that Putin would have been looking to "play down the swirling rumors about his health."
Trump insisted that his inner circle had "defended [him] for eight hours" in their testimony to the January 6 commission.
"Honestly, marrying him would be a mistake," a Redditor said. "Buying this house with him was probably a mistake."
Russian oligarchs and business leaders will keep a low profile at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum this year, hoping to avoid Western sanctions.