157 People Were Killed When An Ethiopian Airlines Flight Crashed After Takeoff
The airline said 8 crew members and 149 passengers were on board.
A Former Student Is Suing A UC Santa Cruz Professor For Sexual Assault
In September, the school found that professor Gopal Balakrishnan had violated harassment policies when he had oral sex with an undergraduate while she was drunk.
EPA Delays Decision To Set Drinking Water Limits On Toxic “PFAS” Chemicals
“It’s hard to tell if they’re actually committing to taking certain actions,” said one expert.
Lady Gaga Surprised A Live Audience When She Asked Bradley Cooper To Come Up And Sing “Shallow”
“Mother Monster did not disappoint!”
A Man Suspected Of Fatally Shooting Five People In Louisiana Was Arrested After A Manhunt
Authorities announced there was a search for Dakota Theriot, 21, a day earlier.
Two Moms Are Suing The Federal Government For Not Banning The Chemical That Killed Their Sons
“Had this been banned when it should have been banned, my son would still be here,” Lauren Atkins told BuzzFeed News.
This Instagram Egg Account Might Break Kylie Jenner's Record For Likes
As of Sunday morning Pacific time, the post had nearly 13 million likes.
These Five Brands Of Dental Floss May Expose People To Harmful Chemicals, Study Finds
PFAS “forever chemicals” are found in many consumer products, including nonstick cookware, carpets, and easy-glide floss.
The Feds’ New Plan To Protect Kids From Toxic Lead Is Toothless, Environmental Groups Say
Critics of the report say it lacks deadlines for agencies to take action.
Dow’s Own Data Showed That A Pesticide Hurt Rats. But The Company Didn’t Tell Regulators.
“It’s really a rare case that researchers get their hands on this raw data and these reports,” one expert said.
HIV Researchers Slam The Scientist Who Made Genetically Engineered Babies
“I’m angry on behalf of the genetic engineering community. I’m angry on behalf of the HIV community,” one expert said.
Lucy McBath Ran For Congress After Her Son's Murder And Won
McBath defeated Republican Karen Handel in Georgia's 6th District.
Long Lines At The Polls Could Be One More Thing That Makes It Harder For Minorities To Vote
This could mean a great turnout — but it also could prevent some people from casting their ballot.
Newark Is Warning Its Residents About Lead In Its Drinking Water
The city is distributing filters to residents and offering free lead tests.
The Opioid Epidemic Has Spurred A Large “Tent City” Of Homeless Native Americans
Native Americans in Minnesota are six times more likely to die of an overdose than white residents — the widest race-based disparity of any US state.
Here’s The Horrifying History Of The Electric Chair That Might Soon Kill An Inmate In Tennessee
Documents obtained by BuzzFeed News show the original sales pitch for the Tennessee machine in 1985. The chair has only been used once so far.
The Feds Just Asked The Woman Who Started A Facebook Cabbage Juice Cult To Remove False Claims From Her Website
“Jilly juice” creator Jillian Epperly has received a formal warning from the FTC, five months after Ohio authorities demanded that she send them proof of her claims.
Three Scientists Won The 2018 Chemistry Nobel Prize For "Taking Control Of Evolution"
Frances Arnold, George Smith, and Sir Gregory Winter co-opted biological methods to engineer biofuels and drugs.
The EPA Just Put A Top Official On Leave. She Says They’re Trying To “Disappear” A Children’s Health Program.
“I appear to be the ‘fall guy’ for their plan to ‘disappear’ the office of children’s health,” top EPA official Ruth Etzel wrote in an email after being put on leave.
UC Santa Cruz Professor Gopal Balakrishnan Violated The School's Harassment Policy
The university also determined that Balakrishnan did not break the rules by hiring his own private investigator to interrogate complainants.