Andriy Derkach has helped Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, with his campaign to discredit Joe Biden.
Rigg's portrayal of the cunning Lady Olenna Tyrell, who ends up revealing that she poisoned a widely despised character in Game of Thrones, earned her a new generation of fans.
"The sad part is that there is an example being made of someone who did not do what they’re being accused of.”
In New Orleans, Carrie Stuckwisch is exhausted. She's worn out from months of post-COVID-19 symptoms. She's tired of people not believing her. And she's weary that she and others in the Burnout Generation are starting over, yet again.
According to a new survey, 55.8% of young Latino voters said they’d actively participated in racial equality or Black Lives Matter movements.
“The emotional swing has been from wishful thinking...to despair.”
Mizzou Students Say The School's President Is Blocking Them Online For Expressing Concerns About COVID Safety
"Our school boasts having the country’s first and best journalism school, yet has silenced student journalists and failed to acknowledge the COVID concerns," one student told BuzzFeed News.
Trump Said He Underestimated How Quickly The Coronavirus Would Spread Despite Reports Saying He Knew
“All of a sudden, the world was infected. The entire world was infected," Trump said when asked about his comments to Bob Woodward.
Jessica Krug resigned from her teaching position Wednesday, a week after she admitted to pretending to be Black during her academic career.
A Whistleblower Has Accused Top DHS Officials Of Lying About Border Threats To Support Trump's False Claims
The complaint also accuses DHS officials of suppressing intelligence reports on Russia and making false statements to Congress.
A filter that was accidentally released in the UK is known as the "chubby face" effect.
Trump’s New List Of Supreme Court Nominees Includes A Judge Who Served In His White House And Three Republican Senators
Trump is hoping to repeat his 2016 strategy of using the courts to motivate his base and win over skeptics. Democrats are still figuring out how to make courts a priority for liberal voters.
"I wanted to remind people that it’s not just a funny trend, that it’s an actual serious issue with dangerous consequences."
“I don’t know what the damn problem is at Facebook with anti-Muslim hate, but I would just say at this point that they don’t seem to care.”
“I worry it will be Armageddon for the vaping industry.”
It's become increasingly clear the oldest Kardashian sister is interested in a different kind of fame.
As large swaths of the West Coast burn in unprecedented wildfires, the skies have turned red.
Sarah Faruqui is a Pakistani woman from Hong Kong studying in New York. The coronavirus, the Trump administration, and unrest back home have made displacement and uncertainty near constant for her.
“I got screamed at so often I felt like a scared dog,” one former employee told BuzzFeed News.
The Trump Administration Is Considering Excluding Some Immigrant Children From A Controversial Pandemic Border Policy
“On first glance, this revised order seems mostly like an attempt to avoid an embarrassing court defeat,” one expert said.
If the numbers stand up to subsequent analysis, the South Dakota rally would be the single biggest known superspreader event in the US coronavirus epidemic.
The trial, led by the pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford, has been paused due to an "unexplained illness" in someone who received the vaccine.
"This show made us who we are and I will be forever in debt to everyone who played a role in shaping our careers and changing our lives forever," Kim Kardashian West wrote in an Instagram post.
Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren made the surprise announcement Tuesday just days after the chief of police said he had no plans to resign.
Fights over whether police should get immunity against lawsuits show what a rightward shift of the federal courts under Trump looks like in practice.
She Challenged Europe’s Last Dictator In Belarus And Was Forced Into Exile. She Says She’s The Country’s “Chosen President.”
Svetlana Tikhanovskaya said in an exclusive interview with BuzzFeed News from exile in Vilnius, Lithuania, that she — not Alexander Lukashenko — is “the national, chosen president” of Belarus.
A Teen Influencer Said She Mistakenly Called Her Cover Of Ashanti's Hit "Foolish" Her Own Song On TikTok
Danielle Cohn's mom and manager claimed to BuzzFeed News they had obtained licenses and permission from Ashanti's team to release the cover. However, it's already caused a huge uproar across all of her social media channels.
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"He used his life force to tell meaningful stories. And now we tell his."
Noel Raehl should be playing football and going to dances with his girlfriend at their Chicago high school. He's now trying to help his parents earn money and his siblings focus in Zoom classes.
TikTok is trying to stop the video from spreading by taking down clips and banning users who repeatedly share it.
Joseph Scott Pemberton is set to be released after serving less than six years of a 10-year sentence for the killing of Jennifer Laude.
Family members tried to stamp out the fire before it spread to more than 7,000 acres and forced hundreds of people to evacuate.
For Kyle Lyons, parts of childhood are fading into memory as he learns to cope with an uncertain future. His parents fear what the pandemic is doing to him — and his Bronx neighborhood, one of the poorest in the country.
A Colorado School Suspended A 12-Year-Old Black Boy And Called The Police To His Home After He "Waved" A Toy Gun During A Virtual Class
"How do I protect my son? What do I have him do [when] playing with a toy in the privacy of your own home is a threat?" the seventh-grader's mother told BuzzFeed News.
The top-seeded tennis player was defaulted from his US Open match after he accidentally struck a line judge with a tennis ball that he had hit in frustration.
The 29-year-old Black man, who is paralyzed from the waist down after being shot by a Kenosha police officer seven times, described the pain he was in and urged people to "change your lives."
An excerpt from How We Go Home: Voices from Indigenous North America.
Roxane Gay on Audre Lorde, David Chang on his memoir, a Labor Day discussion of the history of Black labor in the US, and much more.
A county sheriff spokesperson told BuzzFeed News that their office responded to "many emergency calls for boats in distress" during the parade.