Parkland school shooting survivor Jaclyn Corin told BuzzFeed News how she’s building a grassroots organization behind the scenes — and how she plans to balance that now that she’s back in school.
"I know what it feels like to be harassed. I know what it feels like to receive threats and I know that some of these come directly from followers of Alex Jones because of what he has said on Infowars," Nicole Hockley told BuzzFeed News.
Taylor Hamlin's response to her community after being dethroned from her Sea Goddess crown is going viral and has become a big controversy online.
"It's so relevant to today," Seymour told BuzzFeed News' Profile, saying the show dealt significantly with immigration in the US.
"I really wanted to have the last weekend of having the video played to go out with a bang."
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Madonna Wilburn's attorney told BuzzFeed News he wants the company to mandate a Starbucks-style "racial sensitivity training." The fired employee claimed it had nothing to do with race.
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CVS has since apologized to the woman.
"Sorry pedo guy, you really did ask for it," the billionaire wrote on Twitter.
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"She was such a light in this world and everyone she ever met couldn't help but fall in love with her," her mom said.
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"We immediately noticed the similarity between the pic and the meme!"
"It was a monthlong hangover that nothing could cure," Zane told BuzzFeed News.
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"My mom is strong, beautiful, and brave. She is also a person who taught me how to speak up when I see things that aren’t fair."
In a follow-up video, RiceGum said that he believed he was "allowed" to make his jokes because he's Asian himself. Asian Americans and Chinese netizens disagree.
"Hotel staff locked themselves in their offices and called the police department for assistance."
Andrew Medina and David Taylor, assistant baseball coaches who served as security monitors during the Parkland shooting, just had their names withdrawn from a list of school district employees.