Half of American voters have a message for politicians: Cage as many kids as you want. Ignore the pandemic. There will be no consequences.
Conspiracy theories and collective delusions are often thought to be the purview of baby boomers on Facebook, but it’s clear that their children are also picking it up — and it’s their teachers who have to deal with it.
How hasn’t this happened already?
In the pursuit of body positivity, we’ve tipped over into an absurd place — where merely existing in a body larger than a size 0 is considered courageous.
Conspiracy theories, like those that make up the QAnon mass delusion, aren't relegated to Gen X and Baby Boomers. If you're a teacher with students sharing conspiracy theories, we'd love to hear from you.
Under normal circumstances, the justice's death would be a time to consider her legacy. Instead, we’re bracing for the next worst thing.
It's become increasingly clear the oldest Kardashian sister is interested in a different kind of fame.
Sarah Faruqui is a Pakistani woman from Hong Kong studying in New York. The coronavirus, the Trump administration, and unrest back home have made displacement and uncertainty near constant for her.
Whether you're an eligible voter or not, this election cycle is confusing, complex, and ever-changing. Send us your questions and we'll get you some answers.
As an Indian man, D’Souza has the privilege of appealing to white conservatives by being the minority in the room willing to attack Black people.
Shows like Indian Matchmaking and Family Karma are entertaining, but when will South Asian people get reality TV that doesn't depict our culture as being a drag?
From Michaela Coel's I May Destroy You to the new season of The Twilight Zone.
TikTok has given pro-Trump teens a platform to make memes — and get attention. But what happens when the news isn't funny anymore?
The bizarrely misogynist Polish erotic film 365 Days has taken over the streaming service during the pandemic. Spoilers, obviously, as if anything matters anymore.
By centering the cuisines of immigrants and Black people, Taste the Nation feels like a direct response to the overwhelming whiteness of American food media.
Vogue’s editor is now promising to do better for Black employees and readers. Does she not realize that she, largely alone, had all the power all along?
In Judd Apatow’s The King of Staten Island, Pete Davidson can finally answer the big question that’s dogged him for his entire career: Why is he like this?
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.