The households representing Queen Elizabeth, Prince William and Prince Charles issued a rare statement of solidarity against the BBC.
“I am only responsible for and only have control over my piece of real estate,” the Fox News host told the Financial Times.
He was found guilty on several charges, including incitement for allegedly spreading false or inflammatory information.
Blitzer incorrectly suggested the prices of one high-priced gas station were the average for the whole city.
The Duchess of Sussex said she had not believed that her father “would sell or leak the letter, primarily because it would not put him in a good light.”
Emerald Robinson was banned for posting COVID-19 misinformation hours after her last suspension was lifted.
The description could certainly apply to some of his colleagues at Fox News.
“I have been allowed to spend almost half of my life with one company," he said. "NBC is a part of me and always will be.”
Associated Newspapers is fighting back against Meghan Markle, who sued it for invasion of privacy and copyright infringement over five Feb. 2019 articles.
The Amazon founder responded to a viral video that shows news anchor Lauren Sanchez being very excited to meet the Oscar-winning actor.
The German media company's acquisition of Politico left staffers without a retirement plan while organizers were gathering union cards.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced on Thursday that his company will now be known as "Meta."