As members of the Senate Judiciary Committee begin hearings to discuss “the need for reform,” get up to speed on the three-part investigative series into America’s guardianship and conservatorship industry.
Falling in love and getting married cast two very different couples into the same nightmare. A BuzzFeed News investigation.
For people under guardianship, the system can be dehumanizing, dangerous, and even deadly. For the professionals — who can control hundreds of people at a time — it can be very profitable. A BuzzFeed News investigation.
Marie wanted the chance to live her own life — and make her own mistakes. Her father said that was unthinkable.
The beloved global wildlife charity that funds guards who have raped and killed indigenous people. Sexual misconduct accusations against the world's most famous self-help guru. Chaos and carnage across the US in Amazon's sprint for next-day delivery. The hidden campaign to dig up dirt on Trump's enemies in Ukraine. And Robert Mueller's secret memos. A year of BuzzFeed News investigations.
How The Kremlin's Assassins Sowed Terror Through The Streets Of London While British Authorities Scrambled To Stop Them
Putin’s enemy Boris Berezovsky knew the Kremlin was trying to kill him in London, but to the frustration of British authorities, he refused to lie low — or to stop trafficking teenage sex workers into the country on his private plane.
An Inquest Into A Russian Whistleblower’s Death Has Found No Evidence Of Murder After A Bungled Police Investigation
“There is nothing that points specifically toward poisoning,” the judge said, but “equally, there is nothing specific that points away from poison.”
The Kremlin wanted people to believe their defector was dead. The US did, too. But Alexander Poteyev couldn’t help himself.
The UK's Tax Chief Has Admitted It Was A "Mistake" To Discuss A Money Laundering Suspect's Political Donations
“Are you a bit embarrassed that an email like that was leaked?”
The review vindicates a BuzzFeed News/BBC investigation that exposed match-fixing in tennis — and the sport’s failure to stamp it out.
Citing Political Donations Was A “Huge Error Of Judgment” In Refusing To Raid Money Laundering Suspect, Hammond Says
“This is ridiculous. This is ridiculous.”
MPs Are Demanding UK Tax Authorities Explain Why They Refused To Raid A Tory Donor Accused Of Money Laundering
"(D)isturbing questions" about an "extremely troubling" letter leaked to BuzzFeed News.
“It is of note that they are the biggest corporate donor to the Conservative party led by Prime Minister Theresa May and donated 1.25m Euros to the Prince Charles Trust.”
Key Evidence Disappeared From Police Custody During Investigation Into Russian Whistleblower's Death, Court Hears
Police gathered evidence of mysterious business deals, threats, and links to a Kremlin-linked money laundering case from Alexander Perepilichnyy’s computer. Then that evidence vanished.
Russian Whistleblower Fell Ill After Eating “Bad” Food The Night Before His Death, Secret Lover Tells Inquest
A tense dinner. Bad food. Vomiting back at the hotel room. Scenes from Russian whistleblower Alexander Perepilichnyy's last night alive, as the woman he spent that evening with finally told authorities her story after being tracked down by BuzzFeed News.
The Secret Lover Of An "Assassinated" Russian Whistleblower Will Testify At His Inquest After BuzzFeed News Tracked Her Down
The UK inquiry into the death of Alexander Perepilichnyy on British soil will hear key evidence from the woman he met secretly on the eve of his death. She was asked to testify only after BuzzFeed News tracked her down in Paris.
The US Death Of Putin’s Media Czar Was Murder, Trump Dossier Author Christopher Steele Tells The FBI
The author of the famous Trump dossier provided a secret report to the FBI asserting that RT founder Mikhail Lesin was bludgeoned to death by thugs hired by an oligarch close to Putin. Three other sources independently told the FBI the same basic story, contradicting the government’s finding that Lesin’s death was accidental.
Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Select Committee is launching an inquiry in response to the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and the pattern of Russian-linked deaths on British soil exposed by BuzzFeed News.
Britain's Former Top Police Chief Says Investigations Should Be Reopened Into Suspicious Deaths Linked To Russia
Lord Ian Blair backed a call from the chair of the home affairs select committee for the government to look again at 14 deaths revealed in a BuzzFeed News investigation last year, days after a former Russian spy and his daughter were targeted in a nerve agent attack.
The British government has denied that it failed in its duty of care towards a state scientist who was found stabbed to death after his research helped connect the Kremlin to a high-profile assassination on British soil.