“Don’t worry, ladies, I’ve seen it all before.”
Trump: "I sort of get away with things like that.”
"Donald says certain things and then has a lack of memory."
The most complete snapshot of his finances, available online for the first time.
The shooting of Keith Lamont Scott has sparked protests against the police in Charlotte, North Carolina. Here’s what we know about how the police department has responded to past shootings and criticisms of police violence in black communities.
The idea was to ensure people who can’t afford their traffic tickets have an alternative to getting locked up. But it’s facing fierce pushback from some quarters.
The city council is pushing judges to find alternatives for people who cannot afford traffic tickets.
Also, he exists (and BuzzFeed News tracked him down).
How Donald Trump sees women — and how they see him — has become central to his bid for the presidency. Now, former beauty pageant contestants describe what it was like to be around him when he owned Miss Universe and Miss USA.
Legal advocates say the city has failed to reform unconstitutional practices that BuzzFeed News exposed last fall.
A San Antonio judge called out “oppressive” policies that he said pressure courts to squeeze money out of people who cannot afford to pay low-level fines.
A class-action suit had claimed that judges in Austin were locking people up for not paying court fines without properly assessing whether the defendants could afford to pay. A federal judge said this week that the city can't be held liable.
State officials have proposed extended payment plans for people who can’t afford their fines; new rules would also make explicit that people can’t be jailed when they are too poor to pay.
While its namesake was celebrating his primary victory in New Hampshire, New York's Trump Bar was a quiet place to sit and take in some election results.
City council votes to require court to provide proof that judges are not locking up people who are too poor to pay their traffic tickets. The move follows a BuzzFeed News investigation into illegal jailings.
Turbocharged surveillance technology turned Officer Rickey Antoine into an unstoppable policing juggernaut. The city of Port Arthur says his approach to traffic safety saves lives. But some of the city’s poorest residents are paying the price.
An explosive report accused officers of manufacturing evidence to convict suspects, citing leaked documents. Almost immediately, local authorities challenged the story. But now, a former internal affairs sergeant contacted by BuzzFeed News confirms some documents' authenticity.
A state agency found that instead of assessing the needs of students with disabilities, four school districts charged them as truants.
Council members move to help keep poor people from being jailed for traffic fines they cannot afford to pay.
A federal class action suit filed Tuesday morning claims that Austin's municipal court locks people up for unpaid petty fines without properly assessing whether they can afford to pay.