Donald Trump Jr.'s Twitter Was Temporarily Frozen After He Posted A Viral Coronavirus Misinformation Video
The president's son had posted a video pushing false claims about COVID-19, which had spread rapidly on Facebook.
“I’ve been called arrogant, egotistic, and stubborn, and told things like ‘You're being so picky and you won’t have any options later,’” one woman told BuzzFeed News.
Senate Democrats Blast The Trump Administration And Mike Pompeo For The “Decimation” Of The State Department
In response, a State Department spokesperson defended Pompeo's record: “The State Department’s swagger is fully back.”
The most-nominated shows were Watchmen, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Ozark, Succession, and The Mandalorian. The awards ceremony will be held Sept. 20.
To make something like FFS truly accessible — and to give trans people true agency over it — requires completely reimagining the capitalist medical system.
A group of 17 unaccompanied children will be allowed to make their cases in the US instead of being quickly expelled like thousands of immigrants have under a coronavirus policy.
Still, people online are both appalled and ridiculing attendees who "risked corona.......for the........Chainsmokers."
"I don't got no fucking gun, dog," 42-year-old Michael Ramos told Austin police in the moments before he was shot to death.
Joe Biden’s campaign, fresh off a viral video conversation with Barack Obama, is trying to maximize whatever socially distant time the former president can give.
A Black Family Received A Racist Letter About Their Twin Daughters After Celebrating Their Graduation
"They're just super sweet girls," said David Sproul about his twin daughters, Xanah and Xarah.
The Husband Is A Top Public Health Official. The Wife Does Lobbying. She Deleted A Tweet That Showed Them Together At A Public Event.
Emily Hargan was paid almost $50,000 to lobby on behalf of three medical companies. HHS says she is no longer lobbying the department.
The US Army Corps of Engineers said the video was from June when high winds caused parts of the border wall to fall in New Mexico.
Teachers who organized massive protests and strikes in 2018 are planning new activism to protest how their states and school districts are handling the coronavirus.
11th Circuit Judges Barbara Lagoa and Robert Luck disputed that they were disqualified from a case because they participated in a related case as state supreme court judges.
The soap star and QVC queen's utter shamelessness has revived the franchise.
While I’ll Be Gone in The Dark and Unsolved Mysteries make for compelling TV, it’s time for true crime to move past white middlebrow comfort food.
Baseball is back! Fans are not.
The suspect who allegedly shot Garrett Foster was released by police pending further investigation.
Over a scattering of rose petals, the casket of the civil rights leader was carried across the bridge where he was beaten by state troopers during a historic march for voting rights in 1965.
In this short story from Sansei and Sensibility, a woman has to clean up her late aunt's apartment.
The woman told horrified shoppers she was wearing the swastika as a protest against Joe Biden.
“We’re dedicating this season to Breonna Taylor,” said New York Liberty player Layshia Clarendon.
Regis Philbin was a staple of American TV for decades.
Horrified witnesses watched the man enter the popular attraction, swim out, then begin to struggle.
In early March, the "Say So" rapper had mocked people who were scared of the virus. She now says she experienced "a four-day symptom freak out."
Private laboratories and health agencies are swamped, leading to communication and technical breakdowns, as well as extensive delays for results.
My mother and I were very close, but when she died last year there was still so much I didn’t know about her.
“They killed Alejandra... Because of the stigma that her body carried, for being trans, for being Black, for being poor, for living with HIV, for being a sex worker.”
Here are some of the most interesting and powerful photo stories from across the internet.
"I will never hurt anyone again," McKinney said during his sentencing hearing.
The judge found the Oregon attorney general’s office could not bring a lawsuit against the Trump administration over the federal presence in Portland.
From trouble in Portland, Oregon, following President Trump's deployment of federal officers to the outpouring of love for the late Rep. John Lewis, these are the most striking and memorable pictures from the past week.
“I Felt Alone”: The Story Of How An Immigrant Teenager Fought To Stay In The US While Under Guard In A Texas Hotel
“I didn’t know what time of day it was. I didn’t know what day it was."
Former Officials Say The Elite Border Patrol Unit Sent To Confront Portland Protesters Is Like A “Fish Out Of Water”
"This is political theater for an audience of one.”
Former students told BuzzFeed News that Union University has a long history of LGBTQ discrimination.
There’s reason to be hopeful: "The coronavirus is starting to look a lot like other viruses that have led to good vaccines," said one expert.
The $600 Unemployment Benefits Are Expiring This Weekend Because Senate Republicans Didn’t Do Anything
Eviction moratoriums are expiring across the country, and unemployment support is lapsing as Congress fails to act.
Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Are Suing Paparazzi Over Photos That Were Taken Of Archie With A Drone
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attacked the paparazzi's "relentless and quite frankly shocking" attempts "to profit from serial intrusions on the privacy of a 14-month-old child in his own home."
A Black Trans Man Is Suing The NYPD And Correction Department For How They “Dehumanized” Him In Custody
When police pulled him over, Jamel Young thought all he had to do was be compliant and honest. But he said it led to an hourslong ordeal that left him feeling "worthless" and “like a ragdoll.”
John Ioannidis’s controversial studies claim that the coronavirus isn’t that big a threat. Before the Stanford scientist did any of them, he wanted to take that message to the White House.