No one believed Tchiya Amet when she said Tyson had raped her in the 1980s. Now, three other women tell BuzzFeed News that he harassed them, including one who’s sharing her story publicly for the first time.
Once dismissed as fringe, phage therapy is gaining traction as a last resort when antibiotics fail. It's the subject of a new episode of the Netflix docuseries Follow This.
There's a new, wildly diverse, and largely female Democratic group joining the House of Representatives.
The open letter says that any attempt to define gender based on a person’s anatomy at birth or their genes is not grounded in science.
Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis conducted studies using psychoactive drugs on “agitated” patients without their consent.
Critics of a new Arizona law say it could set a dangerous legal precedent: defining embryos as “life” in order to chip away at abortion rights. That fight is the subject of a new episode of the BuzzFeed News series Follow This on Netflix.
Documents show TD Bank loaned $3 million to a company connected to Russian tax fraud and later linked to the special counsel’s investigation.
The new Netflix docuseries Follow This focuses one episode on the controversial fight to open the first “safe injection site” in the US.
"The Legislature considers intersex children a part of the fabric of our state’s diversity to be celebrated rather than an aberration to be corrected."
He’s accused of squeezing a woman’s butt in his apartment.
Russian trolls tweeted about vaccines 22 times more frequently than the average Twitter user, a new study shows.
West Virginia and Vermont have the highest rates of opioid use disorder among pregnant women at delivery.
Facing Harassment Allegations, Physicist Lawrence Krauss Will No Longer Lead The Prestigious Program He Founded At ASU
The Arizona State University professor has been accused of inappropriate behavior spanning more than a decade.
A new report reveals blurred lines between the police and emergency medical providers when restraining "agitated" people.
The pharmaceutical company has long heard complaints of serious health problems from tens of thousands of women who had the device implanted.
The study, published in April, falsely claimed to have gotten ethical approval for human research.
Is kratom the answer to the opioid crisis — or the start of a new one?
The Peace Corps dismissed at least two men after they tested positive for HIV — and denied HIV prevention medication to others.
New York is now the fourth city in the US to announce it will open sites for people to inject illegal drugs. None currently exist in the US.
The new report suggests that 1 in 59 kids fit the criteria for autism in 2014, up from 1 in 68 in 2012. Experts attribute much of the rise to better identification of black and Latino kids with the disorder.