A Massive Fire At The Notre Dame Cathedral In Paris Caused Catastrophic Damage
The massive blaze, which is now extinguished, knocked down the cathedral's spire. The cause is under investigation, though extensive renovations had been ongoing.
Taylor Swift Has Been Hinting At Her Next Music Drop With A Series Of Complicated Clues
...Ready for it?
A Man Was Arrested For Allegedly Throwing A 5-Year-Old From The Third Floor Of The Mall Of America
The child was transported to a local hospital with life threatening injuries.
The Homeless "Good Samaritan" In The Viral GoFundMe Scam Has Been Sentenced To Probation
The GoFundMe campaign, which started around a story of Johnny Bobbitt Jr. giving his last $20 to a woman having car trouble, raised $400,000.
Here Is The First-Ever Image Of A Black Hole
The black hole has a mass 6.5 billion times that of the sun.
Former "Smallville" Actor Allison Mack Pleaded Guilty To Racketeering Charges Ahead Of The NXIVM Sex Cult Trial
“Through it all, I believed that Keith Raniere’s intention was to help people. I was wrong," Allison Mack said in court about the leader of the alleged sex trafficking cult NXIVM.
A Flight Attendant With DACA Was Cleared By Her Airline To Fly To Mexico. She Was Detained By ICE For Over A Month.
The CEO of the airline said her detention was the result of "an administrative error and a misunderstanding."
A Woman Climbed The Statue Of Liberty On The Fourth Of July To Protest Family Separation
The climber, Therese Patricia Okoumou, was eventually apprehended by officers after an hours-long standoff.
The NYPD Actually Built A Wall Then Popped Out From Behind It To Catch Someone Who Allegedly Kept Graffitiing #LoveTrump In A Subway Station
Officers hid behind the wall waiting for the suspect to strike again.
The Woman Who Scaled The Statue Of Liberty On The 4th Of July Was Sentenced To Five Years Probation
Therese Patricia Okoumou climbed Lady Liberty last year to protest family separation at the border.
The Man Who Ran The College Admissions Scam Used His Charity To Donate $150,000 To His Own Son's University
William "Rick" Singer used his nonprofit organization — which prosecutors called a "purported charity" to bribe college officials — to donate $150,000 in cash grants to DePaul University where his son was a student.
A Man Says A Series Of Events Caused Him To Miss The Ethiopian Airlines Flight That Crashed By Mere Minutes
Antonis Mavropoulos said that boarding had closed when he tried to make his tight connection, and he saw the last passengers in the tunnel preparing to board the flight. All 157 people on board the plane died.
A Woman In NYC Allegedly Attacked 7 People With Chemical Spray In What May Have Been A Hate Crime
While the NYPD's Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating the incidents, a police spokesperson told BuzzFeed News the attacks have not yet been deemed a hate crime.
Anne Frank's Stepsister Will Meet With The Teens Pictured Making Nazi Salutes Over A Swastika Made Of Red Cups
Eva Schloss, who was captured by the Nazis when she was 15, will meet with the California teenagers on Thursday.
California’s Attorney General Won’t Charge The Sacramento Police Officers Who Fatally Shot Stephon Clark
Xavier Becerra’s decision comes days after the Sacramento County district attorney said she too would not file charges against the two officers.
An 18-Year-Old High School Student Explained Why He Got Vaccinated Against His Mother's Wishes In Testimony Before Congress
Ethan Lindenberger said his mother used online groups and social media to bolster her belief that vaccines cause autism.
The Man At The Center Of The North Carolina Voting Scandal Was Charged For His Handling Of Absentee Ballots
The indictment comes a week after the North Carolina State Board of Elections ordered a new election.
A Mom And Her 19-Year-Old Daughter Allegedly Killed Five Relatives, Including Three Kids
One of the suspects allegedly told authorities that everyone in the family, including the children, wanted to die and talked about suicide.
The President Of The Time's Up Movement Resigned Over Allegations Of Sexual Assault Made Against Her Son
Lisa Borders served as the organization's first-ever president and CEO.
A Series Of Text Messages And Secret Meetings Is How Prosecutors Say Jussie Smollett Staged His Attack
Prosecutors provided a detailed timeline of how they believe the Empire actor staged an attack.