The director of the Miami-Dade Police Department said the officer would be fired and also asked State Attorney Katherine Rundle to investigate the incident.
Both the woman in the video and the man she was with have been charged with assault.
A Government Watchdog Group Will No Longer Conduct Onsite Inspections Of Immigration Facilities Because Of The Coronavirus
"We need much more transparency and not less."
The Trump Administration Is Set To Resume Executions In Two Weeks. There’s A Last-Ditch Effort To Stop It.
Federal death row inmates are asking a judge to intervene on new legal grounds after the US Supreme Court refused to get involved. The ACLU is also suing.
After This Teen Posted A Selfie Comparing Herself To An Avatar The Last Airbender Character She Got Racist Comments
"Many people don't know about the discrimination that dark skin people face when comparing themselves to a character or cosplaying."
From Michaela Coel's I May Destroy You to the new season of The Twilight Zone.
During the 1918 influenza pandemic, it was not uncommon to see store clerks, barbers, pedestrians, and even police equipped with protective face masks.
Recent firings and casting choices on Bravo and The Bachelor, following complaints about racism, are a reminder of all the work still left to be done behind the scenes.
Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein's Ex-Girlfriend, Has Been Arrested For Helping His Sex Trafficking Ring
"This case against Ghislaine Maxwell is the prequel to the earlier case that we brought against Jeffrey Epstein," federal prosecutors said.
“I feel humiliated. We were doubly hit: not given medical attention and not given the body of our father.”
A group of First Baptist Dallas choir and orchestra members contracted COVID-19 in the lead-up to Vice President Mike Pence’s visit on Sunday. An infectious disease expert called it “appalling.”
An Attorney Says ICE Tried To Stop Her From Speaking With An Immigrant Family Facing Immediate Expulsion
"Everyone has due process rights, and part of that is access to counsel," the attorney said.
The guidance obtained by BuzzFeed News comes less than 24 hours after a federal judge struck the asylum travel ban down.
A Mom Is Going Viral After Linking Her Baby's Seizures Without Scientific Evidence To Ingredients In A Popular Sunscreen
One expert told BuzzFeed News the two chemicals in question have never caused any "known problem or danger" in children, and no neurological side effects have ever been reported.
A Suspect Tied To The Disappearance Of Fort Hood Soldier Vanessa Guillen Died By Suicide, The Army Said
Human remains found Tuesday during the search for Guillen, who went missing on April 22, are believed to be hers, her family's attorney said Wednesday.
TikTok has given pro-Trump teens a platform to make memes — and get attention. But what happens when the news isn't funny anymore?
A Group Of Women Who Sued Harvey Weinstein For Misconduct Have Reached A Nearly $19 Million Settlement
“Harvey avoided accountability for decades, and it was a powerful moment for us to band together and demand justice," plaintiff Caitlin Dulany said.
The Squad Victory Fund will allow Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Ayanna Pressley, and Rashida Tlaib to help raise money for their campaigns and other progressives.
Facebook said on Tuesday it was banning content associated with the "Boogaloo" extremist group. BuzzFeed News found the company has been running Boogaloo ads advocating for violence for months.
Mueller Memos Part 8: More Revelations About What Witnesses Told Investigators About Trump And Russia
BuzzFeed News sued the FBI and the Department of Justice for access to the secret records used by special counsel Robert Mueller. Today, we are publishing the eighth installment of the FBI’s interview summaries with witnesses in the investigation.
"It essentially will shut down the immigration system — sort of the final nail in the coffin."
"A white man finally saying that a racist and white supremacist workplace culture starts with him is nothing to congratulate. Nor is it a radical statement."
"How do you pee with the pad on? You can’t."
Coronavirus cases have been spiking since mid-June, particularly among younger Americans in the South and West. The big worry is that they will pass the virus onto older, more vulnerable people.
While Dawson had not publicly addressed this latest news, he went live on Instagram on Tuesday to address fellow YouTuber Tati Westbrook's recent video accusing him of manipulating her.
Deputies in Ohio have closed the case investigating the family YouTubers after confirming Huxley is "very happy and well taken care of" and his new adoption is legal.
Many states haven’t fully reopened yet, but housing courts have. Here’s what to do if your landlord is trying to evict you.
From Malcolm Gladwell's hybrid audiobook/podcast to Jessica Simpson's memoir with original music — these are the books you really need to listen to.
"More and more businesses that definitely don't want to close again need to understand that they are our biggest enforcement army right now."
Attorneys for the asylum-seeker from Ecuador said her health is deteriorating in ICE detention.
"What a COVID-19 horror story," Sissy Sheridan told BuzzFeed News.
Hundreds of protesters have taken up residence around New York City Hall in Manhattan to demand the defunding of the NYPD.
The move is intended as a crackdown on online communities that "promote hate," Reddit CEO Steve Huffman said.
From a mechanic whose six-figure salary has been halved to a hairstylist who has lost her home, readers across the US gave us a look at their financial reality.
The government ordered 59 Chinese-owned apps to be blocked following border clashes with China that left 20 Indian soldiers dead.
A prosecutor described Joseph James DeAngelo, 74, as "the real life version of Hannibal Lecter," a "sociopath," and "master manipulator."
"I really thought it was storming the Bastille, that we would be dead and the house would be burned and there was nothing we could do about it."
The Supreme Court Struck Down An Anti-Abortion Law In Louisiana In Its First Major Abortion Case Under Trump
The Supreme Court upheld the constitutional right to abortion Monday, rejecting a state’s attempts to limit access to the procedure for the second time in four years.
“We’re not going to have another meeting in a confined space if we’re not going to abide by this,” Democratic Rep. Jim Clyburn told Republicans.
Witnesses said it was an otherwise "beautiful" and "peaceful" gathering.