Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are set to return to the U.K. in early September, when the royal family will be busy with several engagements.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will be in the U.K. in early September for a series of charitable events.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be in Britain in early September to attend a series of charitable events.
Life support for UK boy to be stopped after long legal battle
A report claimed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have had six security incidents at their Montecito, California, property in the last 14 months.
A judge granted Prince Harry permission to apply for judicial review over the U.K. government's decision to remove his automatic right to police security following his royal exit.
Former Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak will go up against Foreign Secretary Liz Truss in a final round of voting to see who will replace outgoing-Prime Minister Boris Johnson as the U.K.'s Prime Minister.
Prince Harry's lawyer visited the High Court in London Thursday for the status of his request for judicial review of his U.K. government-funded security.
The list of countries that sent weaponry to Ukraine since the war began include the United States, Turkey, United Kingdom, Canada, Germany and Spain.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle conducted themselves as best as they possibly could during the Platinum Jubilee despite being "terribly received" in the U.K., according to British journalist Jonathan Sacerdoti.
Royal expert Neil Sean weighed in on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's decision to skip the Platinum Jubilee Pageant and fly home to California Sunday.
[WATCH] 'I'm Sorry You Think American Exceptionalism Is Awful': Ted Cruz Jousts With Reporter On Gun Control
Sen. Ted Cruz was caught in an testy exchange with a reporter from the U.K., who questioned why the U.S. seemed unique for the number of mass shootings it experiences.
Amber Heard's admission has led to accusations that the actress misled the public when talking about the donations on talk shows and that she may have lied under oath.
Prince Harry Would Set 'Difficult Precedent' If He Pays For Police Protection, Ex-Royal Bodyguard Says
"Anyone with a certain degree of wealth could pay for it... you're looking at needs versus wants for protection," former royal bodyguard Simon Morgan said.
A man in the United Kingdom has the longest reported COVID infection, according to health experts
The Centers for Disease Control has alarmed health officials to be on the lookout for potential cases of children with hepatitis.
President Joe Biden will appear in New Hampshire to discuss his one trillion-dollar infrastructure bill
Regulators in this country have authorized the use of Moderna’s vaccine for kids
To symbolize unity with Ukraine, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has flown into Ukraine to meet with President Volodymyr Zelensky
Uber will be adding planes, trains, car rentals, and more to its app.
A new COVID-19 variant has been discovered in the United Kingdom, as the country’s Health Security Agency has started an analysis of it.
Data shows that the infection rate in this country has reached a record high.
Prince Harry Criticized For Skipping Prince Philip's Memorial Service: 'He Is Such A Changed Person'
A spokesperson for Prince Harry said earlier this month that the duke "will not be returning to the U.K. in late March, but hopes to visit his grandmother as soon as possible."
The WHO said that COVID-19 is surging in Europe, as countries are relaxing measures "brutally"
One of Russia's richest oligarchs says that he is now forced to live off a monthly allowance from the British government after being sanctioned over Vladimir Putin's war in Ukraine.
Chief Medical Advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci believes that we will likely need a fourth dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Prince Harry is "not doing himself any favors at all by not going," Carol McGiffin said on Monday's episode of "Loose Women."
As COVID-19 infections begin to surge again around the world, health officials in the United States are preparing for a potential increase in cases.
As nations relieve their COVID-19 protocols amidst the spread of the omicron, infections are surging once again
The United States and the United Kingdom have provided over $1.4 billion in security assistance to Ukraine since the conflict began in February.