A CBP officer said in a deposition that supervisors instructed them to lie about not having space to process asylum-seekers at the border.
Avenatti had threatened to go public with allegations against Nike if the company didn't pay up millions of dollars.
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The announcement comes two days after dozens of meme accounts promoted Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg’s campaign.
An excerpt from Emma Copley Eisenberg's The Third Rainbow Girl: The Long Life of a Double Murder in Appalachia, the BuzzFeed Book Club's March pick.
Prosecutors said Weinstein kept his alleged victims close to him to make sure “they wouldn't walk out of the shadows."
“He tells me we can’t look back. ‘We have to push forward together.’”
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In 1966, the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense was formed to help protect black communities from racial violence and police brutality.
Joe Biden — and other more moderate candidates — had been hoping for an endorsement. But leaders said they are still focused on health care, after criticizing Bernie Sanders' proposals.
Life is messy, but your space doesn’t have to be.
Some 15,000 coronavirus case numbers were added on Wednesday night, the biggest jump seen so far in the outbreak, driven by doctors in the hardest-hit Chinese province changing how they diagnose cases.
The four warmest Januaries on record have all occurred since 2016.
The vote would force Trump to seek congressional approval before launching new attacks at Iran, but the president is expected to veto the resolution.
“You don’t have to like Mr. Weinstein,” she told the jury. “This is not a popularity contest. We are not here to criminalize morality.”
The new Hulu series starring Zoë Kravitz is a thoughtful twist on the original book and movie.
"Don't they understand this is a due process concern?" an attorney told BuzzFeed News. "People are rotting in detention."
Snoop Dogg Threatened Gayle King And Called Her A "Bitch" Over A Kobe Interview. Now He's Apologized.
"Two wrongs don't make no right."
The billionaire former mayor of New York City is running a campaign heavy with online ads — as he faces criticism for overseeing a legacy of racist police practices.
A Controversial Study Claimed To Explain Why Women Don’t Go Into Science And Tech. It Just Got A 1,113-Word Correction.
Jordan Peterson cited the study to argue women naturally aren’t interested in technical fields. But it presented a “contrived and distorted picture,” said an outside researcher.
The former mayor has had a stunning start to the Democratic primary. But he now has serious issues to deal with, starting with money.
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“You bear some responsibility for what happened in Iowa and for the consequences,” the officials wrote to Perez.
A spokesperson for the school told BuzzFeed News officials are reconvening to decide if they'll take any further action against the journalism professor.
When it was unveiled three years ago, the RompHim, or male romper, went massively viral and was a summertime fashion hit.
Internal documents obtained by the Massachusetts attorney general as part of a new lawsuit are the clearest indication yet that the e-cigarette giant aimed its early advertising at young people who've never smoked.
The company's shutdown leaves 114 people, including Andy Rubin, out of jobs.
Two Ohio State Football Players Allegedly Raped A Woman And Tried To Get Her To Say It Was Consensual On Video
Amir Riep and Jahsen Wint were arrested after turning themselves in Tuesday for the alleged Feb. 4. rape.
"Any move like this has to be looked at with a critical eye to see if it's greenwashing or if it's real," one climate activist said.
Warren’s campaign has been mostly static as she’s slipped in the first two states. After losing in New Hampshire, she made a more explicit call for party unity.
"We'll be back, New Hampshire,” Joe Biden said from South Carolina. “We'll be back in the general.”
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A narrow victory. Boos for “Wall Street Pete.” The Vermont senator hangs on to win in a fractured, rapidly changing field.
“THIS IS A MOVEMENT!” a supporter in New Hampshire shouted as Yang dropped out.
“This campaign demonstrated that the institutional gateways are not what they once were,” Yang said in an interview on Tuesday.
Instagram Is Trying To Reroute People Clicking Into The #Coronavirus Hashtag To More Credible Sources
Facebook has also said it would conduct "proactive sweeps" in order to remove or block hashtags spreading misinformation on Instagram.
A special prosecutor appointed to reexamine the case said the "further prosecution of Mr. Smollett is in the interests of justice."
The video platform is doing better than many other social networking sites but still faces an uphill battle.
Four Prosecutors Quit Hours After The Trump Administration Tried To Lighten A Prison Sentence For The President’s Friend
Roger Stone could be facing several years in prison after being convicted of seven federal crimes.