Families of two young men who were killed in a 2017 crash alleged in a lawsuit that the app's feature encouraged dangerous speeding that led to the accident.
"For a lot of musicians, they may have played a certain kind of music, but they were part of the swirl of creativity happening."
In one year, people in southwestern Louisiana lived through five major disasters on top of a pandemic. Another bad hurricane season is already here, and thousands still have holes in their roofs.
Prosecutors said Nicholas David Kraus, 35, was drunk when he intentionally accelerated his vehicle into a group protesting police brutality, killing one woman.
The UK's Advertising Regulator Is Naming And Shaming Influencers Who They Say Keep Breaking The Rules
"It’s not difficult: be upfront and clear when posts and Stories are ads."
For Black patients hospitalized with the coronavirus, the quality of the hospitals they are admitted to may play an outsize role in determining whether they survive.
The court sided with a Catholic agency that wouldn’t place foster kids with same-sex couples, but rejected a request to issue a broader ruling on nondiscrimination policies.
Regé-Jean Page Hilariously Revealed How "Overwhelmed" His Family Were By His Sex Scenes In "Bridgerton"
"My family doesn't want to be overwhelmed by my backside, specifically, too often."
The 7–2 decision saw justices nominated by Donald Trump join with the court's liberals.
From a half-hour comedy about a group of Muslim punk rockers to a moving docuseries about the history of African American cuisine.
Paris Jackson And Willow Smith Opened Up About Their Paranoia As A Result Of Growing Up In The Public Eye
"I experience audio hallucinations sometimes of camera clicks, and severe paranoia."
As conservatives seek to ban critical race theory from schools, many Black Americans wonder if children will fully understand the new holiday marking the end of slavery.
Prosecutors said the use of deadly force against Iremamber Sykap in Honolulu was "unnecessary, unreasonable, and unjustified under the law."
“As y’all already know, about four months ago I ran out of hairspray and ended up using Gorilla Glue spray. Bad, bad idea.”
The US Can Again Grant Asylum To Domestic Violence Survivors After The Attorney General Tossed Out A Trump Administration Decision
“The vacating of these decisions allows these cases to be treated like any other — fairly and without bias or prejudgment."
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Korean American Rapper Jay Park Addressed Accusations Of Cultural Appropriation After Covering Kendrick Lamar's "DNA"
"So DNA remix is about being proud Koreans...yet they're cosplaying as Black American people and are using Black American culture constantly...interesting."
The Biden–Putin Summit Ended Without Major Breakthroughs — And The Russian Leader Relishing The Spotlight
“Putin got exactly what he wanted,” said one Russian journalist.
An Influencer Was Mistaken To Be Anti-Vax When She Responded "No I'm 23" To A Question And Now It's Become A Meme
While people thought it was a hilarious and problematic response to the question, it appears Lucie Rose Donlan is based in the UK, where those in her age group are not yet eligible for the COVID vaccine.
Burnham, like Shane Dawson and Jenna Marbles, grew up on the internet. But how they’ve dealt with being constantly online has varied drastically.
The ban has been applauded by Donald Trump while young Nigerians are being forced to find ways around the rule at great personal risk.
Reese Witherspoon Said She Was So Scared To Film "Wild" She Had Panic Attacks And Had To Have Hypnosis
"It changed me on a cellular level."
Travis Scott Said He Loves "Wifey" Kylie Jenner As They Made Their First Public Appearance Since Rumors Claimed They're Back Together
"Wifey, I love you so much."
A jury found Devon Erickson, 20, guilty of more than 40 other charges in connection with the 2019 STEM School shooting that also injured eight others.
Biden Is Expanding A Program To Allow More Young Central Americans To Apply To Get Into The US From Their Home Countries
The program allows parents from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras who are in the US to seek approval for their children to also be allowed in.
A spokesperson for YouTube told BuzzFeed News the company will continue to stay involved in the annual convention "through new and different opportunities."
Trump Wanted The Justice Department To Copy Texas's Failed Election Case But Add More Conspiracy Theories
House Democrats released documents on Tuesday about efforts by Trump and White House officials to get the Justice Department to wade into postelection fights.
Recent racial justice protests and anti-Asian hate crimes have served as wake-up calls. Now these young people are seeking to effect positive change in ways that would’ve exceeded their imaginations not long ago.
The manager has filed a federal defamation suit over the incident, during which he says he was arrested, interrogated, and "taunted" by police for hours.
A Man Got Into An Argument With A Store Cashier About Wearing A Mask, Then Allegedly Shot And Killed Her
The suspect, a 30-year-old man, is facing charges of murder and two counts of aggravated assault, DeKalb County Police said.
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The president also hopes to streamline information sharing between government and nongovernment entities, including technology companies, to catch extremists before they can act.
An Executive Producer For "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" Revealed Why Kendall And Kylie Didn't Appear As Much In The Show As They Got Older
"She doesn't always know what people's intentions are. So that's why we kind of kept her personal life out of it."
"You go through life trying to figure out where you fit in racially."
"In The Heights" Creator Lin-Manuel Miranda Apologized For A Lack Of Dark-Skinned Afro-Latino Actors In The Film
"I can hear the hurt and frustration over colorism, of feeling still unseen in the feedback," Miranda said.
A Man Shot To Death In South Carolina Was Awaiting Trial For A Boat Crash That Killed A Teenage Girl
Police in South Carolina on Monday said they know "everyone has questions and rumors are abundant."
Jessica and Joshua Bustle pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor with a maximum sentence of six months in jail.
The five Republicans all say they did not go into the Capitol on Jan. 6, but their presence in Arizona shows the staying power of the "Stop the Steal" lie.
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Pete Buttigieg, Antony Blinken, and other Biden Cabinet officials were recently exposing their personal information on the payments app. Here's how you can make your account safer.