We Need To Abolish The “Exonerative Tense” Of Headlines
The passive voice makes the people at the heart of a crime curiously exempt from blame.
31 Books Coming Out This Spring That You’ll Love
From dystopian literary fiction to a new Emily Henry romance — these are the books you need to preorder ASAP!
"Transgenderism" Is Just The Latest Example Of Anti-Trans Rhetoric
Reporting accurately on trans issues is more vital than ever, especially with the passage of anti-trans legislation that denies lifesaving healthcare for trans people.
See How People Are Celebrating New Year's Eve Around The World
These photos show how people around the world are celebrating the new year.
A Man Has Been Charged With The Murders Of Four Idaho College Students
The arrest comes after weeks of speculation around the killings of the University of Idaho students who were stabbed to death in what officials said was a targeted attack.
18 Cringey And Hilarious Corrections From News Outlets In 2022
We regret the "genitals" error.
74 Tweets That Will Make You Laugh If You Love Grammar, Copyediting, And Language
Follow the BuzzFeed News copy desk on Twitter @styleguide!
These 5 Words Have Been Selected As 2022’s “Word Of The Year”
Here are the words that defined 2022.
25 Books From 2022 You'll Love
From historical fantasy and riveting romance to heartbreaking memoir and more — these are the books from 2022 we loved.
25 Book Recommendations For The Holiday Season
Snag these great reads for friends and family.
Two University Of Idaho Students Called Someone Multiple Times Before They Were Stabbed To Death, A Victim’s Sister Said
The sister told Inside Edition that the same number was called multiple times before the students were killed. Police have not identified a suspect.
11 Language Books That Won’t Bore You
Whether you’re a casual grammarian or you’re paid a salary to be one, these books are an ideal read.
Ticketmaster Apologized To Taylor Swift Fans Who Couldn't Buy Eras Tour Tickets But Swifties Aren't Having It
Swifties to Ticketmaster: Band-Aids don't fix bullet holes.
At Least 85 People Were Killed In Hurricane Ian, And The Death Toll Could Rise
Nearly 600,000 people in Florida are without power as of Monday afternoon.
All The Best Books Releasing In September
These books are so good, you'll want to add them all to your TBR pile!
35 New Books You Won’t Be Able To Put Down
From wild YA to steamy romance, and including new work by Taylor Jenkins Reid, Celeste Ng, and N.K. Jemisin — these fall books should be on your radar.
It Makes Sense That “The Rehearsal” Resonates With Autistic Viewers
For some viewers, the HBO series doesn’t feel like a peek into another universe, but a deeper look into one’s own.
Vanessa Bryant Said She Lives In Fear Every Day Of Seeing Photos On Social Media Of Her Dead Husband And Daughter
“I’m willing to go to hell and back to get justice for my family," Bryant said during the trial over the leaked photos of Kobe Bryant's and Gianna's remains after their fatal 2020 helicopter crash.
9 TV Shows We’re Loving Right Now
From Issa Rae’s latest comedy show Rap Shit to the newest season of Love Island UK.
Paul Haggis Was Detained In Italy On Suspicion Of Sexual Assault
Multiple women previously accused the director and screenwriter of sexual misconduct, and one went on to sue him.