“We’re dedicating this season to Breonna Taylor,” said New York Liberty player Layshia Clarendon.
Horrified witnesses watched the man enter the popular attraction, swim out, then begin to struggle.
Looking at their parents’ struggles and enraged by George Floyd’s death, a younger generation is fired up for change.
People Are Taking To The Streets To Protest Police Brutality Amid Trump's Threat To Unleash The Military
Police attacked protesters in Philadelphia and Washington, DC, while Trump threatened to unleash the military on demonstrators against systematic inequality.
One CNN correspondent was arrested on live television while a photographer has been permanently blinded by a rubber bullet.
"While Black people in Minneapolis have been reduced to bottom caste status, white communities have thrived.”
The WHO Has Paused Human Tests On Hydroxychloroquine, The Drug That Trump Took, Out Of Safety Concerns
The World Health Organization made the announcement days after a study based on 96,000 patients linked the drug to higher death rates — and one day after Trump said he stopped taking it.
The 23-year-old University of Connecticut student has been spotted in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, police said.
An Undocumented Single Mom Couldn’t Buy Groceries, But Then People Started Donating Their Stimulus Checks
#ShareMyCheck is a crowdsourcing effort bringing relief to workers who are largely overlooked by federal, state, and local governments.
People Are Buying Stamps And Praising Mail Carriers After The US Postal Service Said It Needs A Coronavirus Bailout
"Let's all buy stamps and save the Post Office."
Tom Hanks Hosted “SNL” From Home And Joked He’s “More Like America’s Dad Than Ever” Since His Coronavirus Diagnosis
"Ever since being diagnosed, I have been more like America’s dad than ever before since no one wants to be around me anymore and I make people uncomfortable."
BuzzFeed News spoke to people across the nation about how they are negotiating — some successfully — for lower rents as the coronavirus leaves millions without jobs.
She Lost Her Job And Is Donating Blood To Make Money. And Her State’s Unemployment Website Kept Crashing.
As the coronavirus leaves millions upon millions of people unemployed, states are scrambling to keep up with demand for unemployment benefits.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused unemployment claims to skyrocket across the US. Here is where to find your state’s benefits website and phone number.
Unemployment claims in the US have soared as the coronavirus shuts down large parts of the global economy. Here are some charts we’ll continue to update.
The Coronavirus Is Hurting Service, Hourly, And Independent Workers’ Finances. Here's Some Basic Financial Advice.
BuzzFeed News called a few experts for advice on finances, benefits, and taxes as the coronavirus shuts down restaurants, public gatherings, and businesses.
The death rates go up to 14.8% for people older than 80 years, based on a study conducted by the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
"I think we all need to see the bigger picture. Like collectively, if you fire each other up into ignoring what are actually very important initiatives, it's not gonna get better very quickly."
“I did make sure that I was stocked up on wine. But yeah…I don’t think I have done anything else differently. Maybe I’ll regret that in a little while.”
If You Live In New York, Atlanta, Oakland, Baltimore Or DC, You Need To See These Maps About Gentrification
The maps distinctly show neighborhoods where black populations have left and where white people have moved in.