Heartbreaking Images Show The Triumph Of The Human Spirit In Ukraine
BuzzFeed News spoke with three photojournalists from Getty Images about their firsthand experiences covering the war in Ukraine.
If You're Bored, Here's Some Pop Culture To Consume
From SZA's new album to some underrated HBO and Netflix comedy specials, here is some pop culture stuff to get into.
See How These Santas Are Spreading Joy With Animals Around The World
From zoos to aquariums, international Santas have been hanging out with everything from koalas to sea turtles.
See Rare Behind-The-Scenes Photos From “Titanic”
Take a peek into what went into making the legendary film that was released 25 years ago.
Check Out These Pictures Of Late ’90s And Early 2000s Gamers “Hanging Out And Goofing Off In Person”
Writer Merritt K collected hundreds of photos for her upcoming collection, LAN Party.
Why These Mexican Bike Enthusiasts Are Fighting Local Gang Culture
Formed in 2014, the Chilangos Lowbike Club shows others that community can exist outside of gang life.
Hawaii’s Mauna Loa Volcano Is Spraying Lava 200 Feet In The Air, And The Photos Are Incredible
There had been signs that an eruption was brewing following a series of earthquakes that began beneath the volcano in September.
The Fascinating History Behind A Set Of Miniature Murder Scenes
Forensics pioneer and miniaturist Frances Glessner Lee crafted tiny and macabre dioramas in the 1940s to teach investigators to search for clues and assess a scene.
Uncovering The Effects Of The Indian Relocation Act Of 1956
The Red Road Project, established in 2013, highlights Native American history through words and visual storytelling.
The Midterm Elections Have Gone To The Dogs
Even though our cute four-legged friends can’t cast a ballot, they can still show their support.
The Fascinating Art Of Mexico’s Bone-Cleaning Culture
For the Pomuch community, cleaning their dead relatives’ bones is a way of connecting during the Mayan Day of the Dead.
These Carved Pumpkins Are All Treat, No Trick
Though the tradition goes back hundreds of years, the craft of pumpkin carving has never been more intricate.
From “Halloween” To “The Shining,” See Rare Photos From Horror Film Sets
Take a peek into how some of the most iconic horror scenes came to be.
A Canadian Photographer Found A New Creative Angle On The Iconic American Diner
Inspired by a changing America, Canadian photographer Leah Frances set out on a journey into the country’s obsession with nostalgia.
We Went To A Cat Convention And It Was…A Lot
Since 2015, CatCon has attracted cat devotees of all backgrounds to share their love of felines.
The CD Is Dead, Long Live The CD
How artists, from Britney Spears to Metallica, and fans celebrated the now-obsolete medium.
A 12-Foot Puppet Of A 10-Year-Old Syrian Girl Is Raising Awareness For Refugees
Little Amal is controlled by four puppeteers and has visited 12 countries since starting her journey from the Turkey–Syria border in July 2021.
Hurricane Ian: Images Of The Storm's Devastation
Hurricane Ian tore through parts of Florida, yielding historic levels of damage.
Photos Show The Grand Scale And Personal Moments Of Queen Elizabeth II’s Funeral
Queen Elizabeth II was laid to rest on Monday in England after an unprecedented 70 years on the British throne.
What It’s Like To Wait In A 5-Mile Line To Mourn The Queen
For 24 hours a day, people grieving Queen Elizabeth II have been waiting in a line averaging almost 5 miles long to pay their respects.