Let’s Talk About That Confessional Scene In “Fleabag”
Fleabag’s second season wrestles beautifully — and sexily — with gender, power, and desire. (Warning: hot priest spoilers.)
The "Game Of Thrones" Series Finale Scored A Ratings Record For HBO
A California Teen Pleaded Guilty To Stealing An Endangered Lemur From A Zoo
The lemur, Isaac, is safe.
The Justice Department Spent Nearly Two Years Fighting To Hide The Identity Of A US Attorney Accused Of Misconduct
A federal judge ordered DOJ to release the now-former US attorney’s name after BuzzFeed News sued.
These Students Say Their School Has Become More Hostile After A Photo Of White Students In "Thug Day" Outfits Went Viral
"It was surreal to see trust-fund babies with prison tattoos."
Alexander Chee On The Groundbreaking 1937 Novel That "Changed Something" In Him
There is a seismic line to draw in Asian American fiction that begins with Younghill Kang and extends, in a series of autobiographical novels by Asian American writers, into the present.
A Migrant Teen Died In Border Patrol Custody After Being Detained For A Week
The 16-year-old had been in the custody of Border Patrol for a week.
The Jonas Brothers Joke About Their Purity Rings Now. Why Can’t I?
At 14, I vowed to “save it” for marriage, just like my favorite boy band. And like them, I took off my ring years ago — but I’m still not ready to laugh about it.
Bernie Sanders Has A Message For His Male Supporters In The South: Abortion Isn’t Just A Woman’s Issue
"Last I heard, it takes two to have a baby," Bernie Sanders said during a four-day trip through the South, including in states that have recently passed restrictive abortion bans.
The Transgender Woman Who Was Beaten In Dallas Last Month Was Fatally Shot
Police said there is no evidence linking Muhlaysia Booker's death to last month's attack.
Morning Update: Our Watch Has Ended
A genealogy database that helped solve crimes is restricting cops' access, a yearlong investigation into Tony Robbins, and two princes have content for you. Your morning update for May 20, 2019.
Jon Snow Of "Game Of Thrones" Finally Did What We All Thought He Would
Breaker of annoying long names.
A Huge Chinese Video App Is Charging People, Draining Their Batteries, And Exposing Data Without Their Knowledge
VidMate told BuzzFeed News it was investigating the claims, but declined to share basic information about its employees and ownership.
William And Kate Just Shared Some New Family Photos And OMG
LOOK HOW MUCH THESE ROYAL BABIES HAVE GROWN.
This Genealogy Database Helped Solve Dozens Of Crimes. But Its New Privacy Rules Will Restrict Access By Cops.
A Billionaire Said He'll Pay All Of The Morehouse College Class Of 2019's Student Debt
The Associated Press estimated the student debt of the class to be up to $40 million, but the Smith camp did not confirm the size of the gift.
Harry And Meghan Shared Behind-The-Scenes Royal Wedding Photos For Their First Anniversary
The new black-and-white images show a private look at Harry and Meghan's royal wedding.
Opinion: We Grieve, We Thirst
The beautiful gay men of Instagram will find a way through any trial — a breakup, a bad election result, a tragedy. And they'll often do it shirtless.
SNL's Leslie Jones Blasted Anti-Abortion Laws And Said Lawmakers Can't Tell Her What To Do With Her Body
"When you take a woman's choice away, you take away their freedom," she said.
A Survivor Of The Columbine Shooting Has Died At Age 37
Austin Eubanks spoke about issues of addiction and trauma based on his experiences after the shooting.
Joe Biden’s Campaign Is Fixated On Donald Trump — And Biden’s Supporters Want It That Way
Joe Biden’s official campaign kickoff was a plea for unity against the president, with more of an eye on November 2020 than on next year’s primaries.
Justin Amash Is The First Congressional Republican To Say Trump Committed Impeachable Offenses
The Michigan congressman also said that after reading the Mueller report, he believes Attorney General Bill Barr deliberately misrepresented its findings.
A Man Dropkicked Arnold Schwarzenegger In The Back. He Says He Didn't Even Realize It Happened.
It takes more than that to bring down the Terminator.
A Missouri Congressman Defended A Proposed Abortion Ban By Saying Some Rapes Are "Consensual"
Republican Barry Hovis later apologized, saying he misspoke. "When you talk about consensual rape, there's no such thing," he said. "It's either consensual or it's rape."
Bernie Sanders Has A Plan To Fix Racial Segregation In American Schools
Sanders’ new plan would allow school districts to use federal money for busing, drawing a sharp contrast with Joe Biden, who fought against efforts to use busing to desegregate schools in the 1970s.
10 Photo Stories That Will Challenge Your View Of The World
Here are some of the most interesting and powerful photo stories from across the internet.
A Lunch Lady Was Fired For Serving An $8 Meal To A Student Who Couldn't Pay
After outcry, she was offered her job back — but she won't be taking it.
A Student Armed With A Shotgun Was Tackled By A High School Football Coach After Entering An Oregon Classroom
"If it weren't for him I don't know if we would be alive," a student said. "It was really intense."
Kim Kardashian West Announced The Name Of Her Fourth Child With Kanye: Psalm
She tweeted the name with a Mother's Day photo a week after welcoming the baby home.
Three Fires At Jewish Centers In Massachusetts Were Intentionally Set, Authorities Say
"Somebody out there wants to hurt us. Just because we exist. And that is frightening," a rabbi's wife said.
The Pregnant Chicago Woman Killed For Her Baby Was Distracted With A Photo Album, Prosecutors Say
Prosecutors say Clarisa Figueroa wanted to raise another child after her 20-year-old son died of natural causes.
22 Of The Most Powerful Photos Of This Week
From Alabama's near-total ban on abortions to the ever-growing field of Democratic presidential candidates, these are the most striking and memorable pictures from this past week.
Google Has A Secret Page That Records All The Things You've Bought Online
Gmail's "Purchases" page collects and sorts out all of your online shopping and in-app purchase receipts.
Lara Prior-Palmer's "Rough Magic" Is BuzzFeed Book Club’s June Pick. Here’s A Sneak Peek.
At 19 years old, Lara Prior-Palmer signed up for "the world’s longest, toughest horse race" with no qualifications or formal training — and then became the first woman to win.
“Billions” Star Asia Kate Dillon Said Their Nonbinary Character Led To A Self-Realization
“I knew that no character had ever said that on television before and no nonbinary character had ever been played by a nonbinary actor before,” Dillon told BuzzFeed News.
YouTuber Cole LaBrant Deleted A Video Of His Black "Cousin Peanut" After Backlash
"The video you shared isn’t cute to us. It’s not cute for a Black boy to be a stool."
They Live Here Legally, But The Trump Administration Won’t Give Them Housing Loans
The government is denying federal housing loans to young immigrants with DACA status, even after Ben Carson said it wasn’t happening.
If You Graduate Right After A Mass Shooting, Good Luck: You’re On Your Own
“Do I really want to raise my child in this world? It’s just crazy. Where shouId I go? Where is the safest place? When you think about it, nowhere is really safe, anywhere.”
Missouri Lawmakers Have Voted To Make Nearly All Abortions Illegal After Eight Weeks
Missouri is the latest to join in a wave of far-reaching anti-abortion legislation in several states as part of a concerted effort to get the issue before the Supreme Court and overturn Roe v. Wade.
Misinformation Is Spreading About The Alabama Abortion Ban. Here’s What’s Real And What’s False.
“First and foremost — clinics are still open.”