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The coronavirus is killing the handshake industry.
Trump wants to be feared and respected globally for as low a cost as possible. The killing of Qassem Soleimani shows yet again that he has no idea how to achieve either.
Narrowing down the 25 best TV episodes from the past 10 years is maybe a silly thing to do. But we tried it anyway.
Impeachment Today — a new podcast from BuzzFeed News and iHeartMedia — is launching Oct. 24. Which is today! It's going to be...fun?
Even more freewheeling than usual, the president at one point said that the US no longer needs to care about the Middle East, because "it's 7,000 miles away."
BuzzFeed News reached out to a wide range of experts after Turkey launched an assault on the US-backed Kurds, and they all agree — things are about as bad as can be.
We were having trouble keeping track of the many people involved in the Ukraine adventures at the heart of the impeachment inquiry, so we made this for ourselves — and you.
Giuliani said this weekend that State Department officials told him to avoid the Ukrainian president’s chief of staff, whose ties to an oligarch reportedly under FBI investigation could be a “bad influence.”
This is not a Mad Lib. This is the news.
Of course the extremely cursed time we are living through — Ukraine, Barr, the impeachment inquiry, all of it — goes back to Trump’s obsession with Russia.
Trump's fiery assault on multilateralism and diversity in favor of nationalism in front of the UN General Assembly was still shocking to hear from a US president even after his years in office.
UPDATE: Uh, so this blew up. Here's how we went from a phone call between Trump and the president of Ukraine about Joe Biden's son to an impeachment inquiry.
By cross-referencing just one hour of footage from public webcams with stories taken in Times Square, BuzzFeed News confirmed the full identities of a half dozen people.
The former secretary of state also called Israel's embattled prime minister "a bit Machiavellian" during a wide-ranging discussion at Harvard University on Tuesday.
An attack this weekend on two major Saudi oil production facilities has people shook and watching gas prices. Here's what you need to know.
John Bolton’s tough talk on TV won over a president looking for a change. But once in the White House, he learned how hard it is to keep Trump marching on beat.
"I have no problem," the president has said multiple times about North Korea's missile tests, which are very much a problem.
From jailed militant to first leader of an independent Zimbabwe to long-reigning dictator, Robert Mugabe left a lasting mark on the region.
No matter how many times President Trump deflects on that point and blames Obama, that's just what happened! We were there!