Meghan Markle has advocated for women since the age of 11

In this Thursday, March 17, 2016 file photo, actress Meghan Markle participates in AOL's BUILD Speaker Series to discuss her role on the television show, "Suits", in New York. Palace officials announced Monday Nov. 27, 2017 that Britain's Prince Harry is engaged to Meghan Markle, confirming months of rumors that the couple was close to tying the knot.

Meghan Markle has advocated for women since the age of 11

Many visitors to New York City's Times Square on Monday were excited to hear the news that Britain's Prince Harry is engaged to American actress Meghan Markle. FILE - In this March 17, 2016 file photo, actress Meghan Markle participates in AOL's BUILD Speaker Series to discuss her role on the television show, "Suits", at AOL Studios in New York.

Indiana vague about reasons for withholding Pence’s emails

Indiana officials are refusing to release an indeterminate number of emails from private AOL.com accounts Mike Pence used as governor, and they're not saying whether the vice president's lawyers influenced which messages should be withheld. Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb's office has released more than 1,300 pages of his predecessor's emails, although most of the documents - released in multiple batches over recent months - contain little substance.

Pence hands over AOL emails from time as Indiana’s governor

Vice President Mike Pence has turned over emails from a private AOL.com account he used to conduct official business while he was Indiana's governor. A spokeswoman for current Gov. Eric Holcomb says Pence's attorneys last month handed over an electronic database containing the emails, which are public records.

Pence decries comparisons to Clintona s email use

Vice President Mike Pence scoffed at comparisons Friday of his use of a private AOL account while he was Indiana's governor - including emails about state business - and Hillary Clinton's embattled use of a private server as secretary of state that inspired cries of “lock her up” among Republicans. President Donald Trump, on the road touring a Florida Catholic school to stump for greater choice options in education, did not address the issue, but a White House spokesperson said Pence had the administration's support.