Everything about date rape drug tests — from the way they are performed to how the results are interpreted — is deeply unreliable. So why does the legal system treat them like gospel? A BuzzFeed News investigation.
"It's already hard describing who we work for," one CGTN source said. "This makes it even more complicated and uncomfortable when talking to anyone on the outside."
Her Reporting Led To The Firing Of Canada’s Ambassador. That’s Made Her A Target For China’s State Media.
“I’m starting to feel unsafe even though I’m in Canada,” Joanna Chiu wrote on Twitter.
The judges were named in a recent BuzzFeed News investigation.
The rules follow a BuzzFeed News Investigation that showed judges frequently up-score skaters from their own country.
Registering young people to vote was a top priority for the thousands of people who rallied across the US Saturday as part of the March for Our Lives protests against gun violence.
One March for Our lives rally, in West Palm Beach, Florida, got as close as possible to President Trump at his Mar-a-Lago resort, where he was spending the weekend while hundreds of thousands of people demonstrated.
An analysis by BuzzFeed News shows that judges displayed a strong preference for skaters from the same country at the 2018 Winter Olympics, and that it may have made a difference in a gold medal finish.
The rivalry between Canada and France dominates the sport — both on the ice and in the judge’s box, where judges view their home-country skaters in widely divergent ways. As other judges choose sides, will that split determine who goes home with the gold?
Top-Level Figure Skating Judges Consistently Favor Skaters From Their Home Countries. Now Many Of Those Judges Are At The Olympics.
At the top levels of the sport, judges give higher marks to figure skaters from their own countries, a BuzzFeed News data analysis has shown — in some cases, affecting the final results. And 16 of the judges who most consistently gave a boost to their own country’s skaters will be in Pyeongchang this week, deciding the course of Olympic history.
A $100,000 crisis PR plan. An employee fired for supposedly speaking to a reporter. Another employee sued for allegedly leaking internal surveillance videos. Inside the war room of America’s largest psychiatric hospital chain as it responded to our two-year investigation.
The Republican senator from Iowa warned of "an alarming pattern of conduct" at the large for-profit hospital chain, which has been the subject of a two-year BuzzFeed News investigation.
Their criticism follows a BuzzFeed News investigation that showed staff members assaulting young patients.
It was supposed to be a refuge for troubled adolescents and foster kids who had run out of other options. But at Hill Crest Behavioral Health — part of UHS, America's largest psychiatric hospital chain — a culture of violence flourished. Internal videos show staff members beating and dragging their young patients. And many say the worst abuses happened beyond any camera’s view. A BuzzFeed News investigation.
After Troubled Psychiatric Hospital Company Conducts "In-Depth Interviews," Two Nurses Retract Statements Detailing Fraud
The nurses told BuzzFeed News how doctors they worked with kept patients locked up to collect insurance money. Now UHS says it has concluded that the women were not “in a position to speak with knowledge or understanding,” and has circulated their signed apologies.
BuzzFeed News spoke to four people who organized black rights protests and taught self-defense classes after being contacted by Russian trolls pretending to be US activists.
BuzzFeed News revealed frequent violence and dangerous staff practices at Shadow Mountain Behavioral Health. Now Oklahoma has notified the hospital it will no longer send young patients there and will soon end its Medicaid funding.
Following Sen. Chuck Grassley’s demand for answers, Shadow Mountain Behavioral Health’s accreditation is now in question.
At least three federal agencies are investigating whether the psychiatric hospital giant UHS held patients longer than medically necessary to maximize profits, a claim UHS denies.