The YouTuber's decision to treat a protest against police brutality as an opportunity to rack up views makes it clear that it's time to stop watching.
As responses to the protests over George Floyd’s death come in, it’s clear that only some people are allowed to agitate in public without any consequences.
If you’re going to be a first-year college student in a few months, BuzzFeed News wants to hear from you.
Adam DiVello, one of the masterminds behind the shows Laguna Beach and The Hills, invited me on the set of his new Netflix series to show me how he makes reality TV gold.
Let’s all move to Flavortown, where no one is mean and everything is going to be OK. (For now?!)
In this week's "How to Plague": I’m fed up with my family, and some maternal coronavirus queries.
Adele hasn’t said anything about her weight loss, so why are we?
The economic ramifications of the coronavirus are bleak enough, but the mental health crisis that frontline workers are about to face may be even worse.
This week's How to Plague advice column offers answers on what to do when people won't stop using your patio furniture and how to go on dates remotely.
Don't suffer alone! How to Plague is here to help.
When I die, turn me into one of Chefclub's horrible recipes. I beg of you.
Lockdown makes me snipe at my husband in real life, but at least we still leave each other presents on Butt Hole Island.
My parents, like thousands of expat Indians, have been stranded in India for a month longer than expected. I’m desperate to bring them home, even if I don’t know how.
If you or your loved ones are far from home, we want to hear from you.
“We’re considered an 'essential service,'” one dealer told BuzzFeed News. “Which is a mixed blessing because I have to pay for my divorce and rent but I’m immunocompromised.”
Most of us have been told to stay inside and avoid contact with others — so how are those of us who use or sell marijuana getting by?
We all deserve a break.
Yes, I’m talking about Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson’s large adult son.
The real stars of Family Karma, the new all-Indian Bravo reality TV show, aren't the hot and horny millennials — it's the aunties.
Who knew everyone would be so well-adjusted? (Spoilers!)