Recapping the Democratic debate, the lobbyist getting Congress on board with decriminalizing sex work, and your weekend longreads. This is your BuzzFeed News morning update for Sept. 13.
Insurance companies are paying cops to investigate their own customers, Trump's new immigration policy could make American children less healthy, and Trump reportedly wants to buy Greenland. Your BuzzFeed News newsletter, Aug. 16.
A Trump proposal would let some businesses discriminate, a standoff in Philadelphia ends after six officers were shot, an overwhelming response to an El Paso victim's husband. This is the BuzzFeed News morning update for Aug. 15
A teen with 25 guns and 10,000 rounds of ammo was arrested, Jeffrey Epstein's death was on 4chan before it was announced, and the story of the "Christian Girl Autumn" meme. This is your morning update for Aug. 14.
A Trump policy could deny green cards to immigrants who use public benefits, a gay couple fled Russia because they cared for their adopted children, one guy pops a lot of balloons. Your BuzzFeed News newsletter, Aug. 13.
How kids in El Paso are reacting to the Walmart shooting, an elderly couple who died in a murder-suicide said they could no longer afford health care, and photos to start your week. Your BuzzFeed News newsletter, Aug. 12.
Abuse allegations against a college's doctor, how Trump has used arbitration to keep lawsuits against him out of court, and Kamala Harris's performance on the Senate Intelligence Committee. Your BuzzFeed News newsletter, Aug. 9.
A look at what a mass shooting does to a family, hundreds were arrested in an ICE operation, and a report on how climate change is already hurting the environment. This is your BuzzFeed News newsletter, Aug. 8.
El Pasoans are finding themselves in a frightening new reality, what happened to March For Our Lives, and one woman takes on Big Oil. Your BuzzFeed News newsletter, Aug. 7.
Trump blamed this weekend's white supremacist terror attack and mass shooting on everything but guns. The death toll from El Paso rises to 22. This is your BuzzFeed News newsletter, Aug. 6.
At least 20 people were killed and 26 injured in a mass shooting in Texas. Another 9 were killed and 27 injured hours later in a shooting in Ohio. This is your BuzzFeed News newsletter, Aug. 5.
The Colorado STEM shooting paints a portrait of the country at large, Trump and Kim Jong Un meet, an 11th black transgender woman was killed in the US this year. Your BuzzFeed News newsletter, July 1.
People in Flint are still in crisis and want more than lip service, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders is out, and weekend longreads. It's your BuzzFeed News morning update.
California wants to shut down a Christian school accused of punishing students for being gay, protests in Hong Kong intensify, and a photoshopped image of tech titans. Your BuzzFeed News newsletter, June 13.
Jon Stewart skewers members of Congress in a hearing, money to take care of unaccompanied minors could run out soon, and why the internet was a mistake. Your BuzzFeed News newsletter, June 12.
Photos of travelers entering and leaving the US were hacked, New York could decriminalize sex work, and hairy and bumpy lipstick. Your BuzzFeed News newsletter, June 11.
Democratic candidates descend on Cedar Rapids, "Dark Phoenix" doesn't rise, and one dastardly seagull. Your BuzzFeed News newsletter, June 10.
A genealogy database that helped solve crimes is restricting cops' access, a yearlong investigation into Tony Robbins, and two princes have content for you. Your morning update for May 20, 2019.
Congress won't fix health care anytime soon, Grumpy Cat has passed away, and your weekend longreads. Your BuzzFeed News newsletter, May 17.
How the Momo Challenge shows we don’t know what’s real anymore, flooding in California, and a Baby-Sitters Club reboot. Your BuzzFeed News newsletter, March 1, 2019.