The federal case against the lawyers Colin Mattis and Urooj Rahman is a stark example of how the Trump administration is cracking down on Black Lives Matter protesters.
“What happened in Kenosha was entirely predictable. Unfortunately, I think we’ll see more of it.”
We Received Documents Showing How The Feds Monitored BLM Protests. There Was Only One Mention Of White Supremacists.
Records obtained by BuzzFeed News show agents monitored protesters’ social media and braced for battle.
Hundreds of workers may have contracted COVID-19 to get you the food on your plate this 4th of July. Some may have even died. A BuzzFeed News investigation exposes the cost of your BBQ.
Starbucks Won't Let Employees Wear Gear That Supports Black Lives Matter Because It Is Political Or Could Incite Violence
The retail giant said wearing pro-BLM pins or T-shirts would violate its dress code policy because the accessories advocate a "political, religious, or personal issue."
“Looting is not a justification for the use of deadly force. It’s just property," a lawyer for the family said.
"You killed a man over some TVs," yelled a man who recorded the death on Facebook Live. “That’s somebody’s granddaddy.”
“All These Things Are Happening”: Why A Pandemic Couldn't Stop People In Minneapolis From Protesting
The coronavirus pandemic is ongoing, but the "continued anger” stemming from George Floyd's death drove people to protest anyway.
Smithfield Foods Is Blaming “Living Circumstances In Certain Cultures” For One Of America’s Largest COVID-19 Clusters
New details show how Smithfield Foods failed to take action in the crucial days before the plant turned into one of the nation’s largest coronavirus clusters.
Despite The New Coronavirus Law, Workers At These Big Companies Say They Still Must Work Sick Or Lose Pay
The Trump administration says America’s largest employers “can afford” to give paid coronavirus sick leave — but many workers still don’t have enough to quarantine.
Employees At Office Depot Stores Don’t Think They’re Providing Essential Services During The Coronavirus Pandemic. They Still Have To Go To Work Anyway.
“We’re getting a bunch of people who are kind of just bored shopping,” one employee said.
Inside a week of fear, confusion, and coughing at branches around the country before the coffee giant took decisive action.
They Still Have Jobs At Grocery Stores And Pharmacies. Does That Mean They'll Catch The Coronavirus?
“All I want to do is be home safe with my family.”
“I see a lot of elderly people walk the mall in the morning,” said one employee at a Sunglass Hut, surrounded by many closed shops in a popular mall in Minnesota. “They wouldn’t be coming in if none of the stores were open.”
Conference organizers say all attendees have been notified.
A physician from San Francisco, Rosny Daniel, attended a conference for ER doctors in New York City. Two days later, he tested positive for the coronavirus, suggesting that dozens of frontline health care workers could have been exposed.
Some Kids In New York’s Coronavirus Containment Zone Are Worried Their “Corona Break” Will Set Them Back
Much like the US health care system seems unprepared to handle an emerging nationwide outbreak, some schools facing shutdowns seem unprepared to continue educating kids.
New Rochelle residents said New York state’s containment strategy is more political bluster than effective health policy, leaving a small suburb with arbitrary lines drawn and few tested for the dangerous new virus.
The attorney for Anna Chambers, the alleged victim, told BuzzFeed News that "nothing has changed in terms of what happened to Anna on that night.”
The proposed law comes in response to a BuzzFeed News story about Marissa Hoechstetter, whose obstetrician was convicted of sexual misconduct. She tried unsuccessfully for two years to get his name removed from her children’s birth certificates.