The move comes as states sue the Trump administration to prevent the digital blueprints from being posted online.
Lane Davis was a far-right, pro-Trump media figure looking for his big break. Then he stabbed his father to death.
“I know nothing about that game, nothing about who created it or who plays it.”
BuzzFeed News uncovered old posts on Reid's blog that promoted a 9/11 conspiracy video and featured an image of Sen. John McCain’s head photoshopped onto the body of the Virginia Tech shooter.
The MSNBC host’s controversial old blog posts continue to surface, as Reid and the network stick to hacking claims.
The MSNBC host, who has recently come under fire for claiming her blog was hacked, encouraged her readers to watch Loose Change.
A rising star on the right, Owens was CEO of a site that compared Trump to Hitler and speculated that he has a small penis.
In 2016, a tip from Jonathan Nichols led to an FBI investigation. A source familiar with FBI investigations told BuzzFeed News it was a waste of time.
The pro-Trump social media sensations repeated disproven claims that they had never been paid by the Trump campaign and that they had been "blocked" by Facebook for being conservative.
Reid told Mediaite yesterday that an “external actor” added anti-gay posts to her now-defunct blog. Today, the Internet Archive said that it found “nothing to indicate” that its Wayback Machine had been tampered with.
As the crisis at Facebook intensified, a Mercer adviser met senior managers to ask for an outside inquest. He told BuzzFeed News Facebook initially seemed open to the idea — then suddenly didn’t.
Former Republican aide Mike Lofgren wanted to call attention to the way entrenched interests in Washington, Wall Street, and Silicon Valley are hurting the country. Now, he says the term he helped popularize is “like a virus,” and a catchphrase for the very forces he hoped to weaken.
As the furor over the controversial data firm's abuse of Facebook data raged on, its suddenly embattled top brass received a full-throated endorsement Wednesday afternoon.
Chris Wylie, a data scientist whose work was at the center of a massive Facebook controversy, said publicly that he helped create “Steve Bannon’s psychological warfare tool.” Two of his associates who also helped build that tool have been quietly building another company to analyze and influence human behavior.
“We have fairness. Let’s be clear what we’re talking about when we talk about fairness. It’s not fairness.”
Released earlier this month after serving 18 months on a hacking charge, the former Reuters social media editor spent his time inside refurbishing government computers.
A right-wing online "university" is on track for a billion views in 2018, its professors are some of the best-known conservatives in media, and its founder wants to put it in real schools. So how come you've never heard of it?
Fr. Z’s critics say he’s an “alt-right” priest. He says they’re snowflakes who should toughen up. His surprising rise to prominence shows that in 2018, even the longest-lasting institution in the Western world isn’t immune to the strains of the social internet.
“The most important asset any museum has is its credibility. This can be damaged by ties to donors and board members who are publicly known for investing in climate science obfuscation and opposing environmental solutions,” the scientists wrote in an an open letter.
Manning said she "crashed" the event. One attendee who knows Manning told BuzzFeed News that "while she was not there protesting she was there in an effort to bridge gaps between left and right."