The Department of Housing and Urban Development hasn’t announced a formal policy denying FHA loans for DACA recipients, but lenders tell BuzzFeed News that’s the guidance they’re getting from officials.
Sen. Chris Murphy Said He Is “Not Planning” To Run For President, But Wouldn’t Explicitly Rule It Out
Murphy told BuzzFeed News’ AM to DM he doesn’t “have any plans to go to Iowa or New Hampshire.”
"Some people say my 15 minutes of fame are over. My 15 minutes of fame haven’t even begun yet."
"Can I go higher than that?"
"It was interesting how through the critique of this movie I’ve seen sexism and racism in a way — even when the review is positive."
Top House Democrats said Wednesday they plan to investigate Trump’s tax returns, the president’s ties to Russia, and the family separations policy, among other priorities.
There's a new, wildly diverse, and largely female Democratic group joining the House of Representatives.
"We have perfect records of international terrorism prosecution — we have really miserable records for domestic terrorism."
“We will vote, and the things we achieve here we achieve for them,” one woman who fled Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria told BuzzFeed News.
Allegations of voter suppression in Georgia, Kansas, and North Dakota come as early voting has already begun for the 2018 midterm elections.
Friday's speech by Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes was “a bit edgy,” the club conceded, while a past president mourned the decline of an “Upper East Side genteel club.”
The magnitude 5.9 earthquake is the most destructive to hit Haiti since 2010.
“If I was concerned about racism I would’ve moved out of America a long time ago,” Kanye said as cast members looked on awkwardly.
“I don’t expect Judge Kavanaugh or Jake Tapper or Jeff Flake or anybody to be held responsible for that. You have to be responsible for your own conduct.”
Senate Republicans Still Think Outside Counsel Was A Good Idea, Even If Her Five-Minute Segments Were Awkward
Republicans ceded their time to outside counsel to question Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh, rather than having 11 male senators do it.
The shadow of 1991 looms over the Senate. And conservative commentators still don't believe Hill.
There are currently no national standards on how to count deaths related to natural disasters. Miscounting can lead those left behind to lose out on federal assistance.
Republicans Are Already Planning To Vote On Kavanaugh Next Week, Even Before The Hearing With His Accuser
Senators have been told to expect to stay in Washington through the weekend to fast-track Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination.
On The Anniversary Of Hurricane Maria, The Trump Administration Doesn’t Acknowledge The Thousands Who Died In Puerto Rico
Ben Carson met with Gov. Ricardo Rosselló and talked about the recovery effort, without mentioning the thousands of hurricane-related deaths.
The US government for the first time tried to explain how so much water was left exposed to the elements for months in the wake of Hurricane Maria.