An Iranian Man Celebrating His Country's Loss To The US In The World Cup Was Killed By Security Forces, Human Rights Groups Say
Human rights groups say at least 448 people, including 60 children, have been killed by security forces since protests broke out over Mahsa Amini's death.
Relatives Of The Family Who Was Killed By A Cop Who Catfished Their Teen Daughter Made An Emotional Plea To Parents
"Please, parents, guardians, when you are talking to our children about the dangers of their online actions, please use us as a reference. ... Not out of fear, but out of example of something that did happen."
A Filipina Woman Who Was Brutally Attacked In A Hate Crime At Her Apartment Building Said She Has "Lost My Peace Of Mind"
Tammel Esco was sentenced to 17.5 years in prison for repeatedly punching and stomping on the 67-year-old woman as she was entering her apartment building.
The Protests In China Against The Government's Zero-COVID Policy Are Remarkable. Here's What You Need To Know.
Protesters in China faced down police officers to demand an end to lockdowns and, in some cases, directly voicing their opposition to the Chinese government and President Xi Jinping.
A Man Who Helped Subdue The Shooter At A Colorado Springs Gay Club Has Spoken Out Publicly For The First Time
"I simply wanted to save the family I found. If I had my way, I would shield everyone I could from the nonsensical acts of hate in the world, but I am only one person."
Iranian Soccer Players And Fans Protested At The World Cup In Solidarity With Anti-Government Demonstrations Back Home
The Iranian national team stayed silent when the national anthem played before its match against England. Fans in the crowd also held up signs and photos of protesters killed by security forces.
Daniel Davis Aston, Derrick Rump, Kelly Loving, Ashley Paugh, and Raymond Green Vance have been identified by friends and family as the people who were killed at Club Q on Saturday night.
How Malaysians Raced Against The Clock To Deliver At Least 33,000 Overseas Ballots Home For The Election
Up against flight schedules, time zones, and geographical hurdles, Malaysians around the world ran a huge coordinated effort to get thousands of postal ballots on commercial planes and to their polling places on Election Day.
The University Of Virginia Student Accused Of Killing Three Football Players Has Been Formally Charged With Murder
The 22-year-old suspect was "not randomly shooting" and appeared to aim for "certain people" on the bus, the prosecutor said, citing a witness.
Police Said The Killing Of Four Friends In A Home Outside Of The University Of Idaho Campus Was A Targeted Attack
The four students were close friends and often posted photos with each other on Instagram.
Jay Leno Has Been Hospitalized With Serious Burn Injuries After A Car At His Garage Reportedly Exploded
The comedian was scheduled to perform at an event at Las Vegas on Sunday evening but canceled due to "a very serious medical emergency."
Pro–abortion rights campaigners weren’t surprised that voters turned out in big numbers to support the issue. Some are already getting ready for the next fight.
Voters Turned Out To Protect Abortion Rights In Michigan, California, And Kentucky, Just Months After Roe Was Overturned
“This is a really big step in preventing any more degradation of democracy,” a Michigan woman who voted in favor of the amendment told BuzzFeed News.
“I know from personal experience what having that right to abortion means. So I see no reason why any other woman shouldn’t have that choice.”
We at BuzzFeed News take our sky dicks seriously. Apparently the Air Force does not.
Oprah Said She Would Vote For John Fetterman Over Her Protégé Dr. Oz In The Pennsylvania Senate Race
"If I lived in Pennsylvania, I would have already cast my vote for John Fetterman for many reasons."
"It was like a big demented nightmare Muppet."
The victims, who were mostly women in their 20s as well as teenagers and foreigners, leave behind grieving family and friends in South Korea and around the world.
Musk tweeted a link to a right-wing website that frequently spouts conspiracy theories, then deleted it Sunday.
Most Of The Itaewon Halloween Crowd Crush Victims Were People In Their 20s, South Korean Officials Said
"Most of the casualties are young people who are like our daughters and sons," Seoul Mayor Oh Se-hoon said.