Nordstrom and rewardStyle answered all your burning questions about how the "Super Bowl of swipe-ups" works behind the scenes.
This week's newsletter: Stephanie breaks down why the "Super Bowl of swipe-ups" is hitting different this year, and I, out of pure generosity, brainstorm a list of ideas for TikTokers and YouTubers to get attention without throwing a party in a pandemic.
*insert Spider-Man pointing at Spider-Man meme*
The theory plays into the bigger QAnon conspiracy theory, which baselessly claims that the world is controlled by a secret cabal of pedophiles that President Trump is actively fighting against.
Calvin "Nick" Salyers is accused of killing his colleague, Scott Hutton, through his front door after Hutton stopped by his home to pick up a patrol car.
BuzzFeed News spoke in depth with three Black influencers about adjusting to their new audiences and how white influencers and followers can ensure lasting change comes to the industry.
A Mom Is Going Viral After Linking Her Baby's Seizures Without Scientific Evidence To Ingredients In A Popular Sunscreen
One expert told BuzzFeed News the two chemicals in question have never caused any "known problem or danger" in children, and no neurological side effects have ever been reported.
Deputies in Ohio have closed the case investigating the family YouTubers after confirming Huxley is "very happy and well taken care of" and his new adoption is legal.
On Instagram, Ban.do Looked Like A Millennial Woman’s Paradise. In Reality, Employees Say They Were Miserable.
Current and former employees told BuzzFeed News about alleged racist and toxic behavior at the fun, lighthearted stationery, accessories, and clothing company, in contrast to the image the company carefully curated on Instagram.
The Billionaire CEO Behind "Bratz" And "LOL Surprise" Dolls Called A Black Influencer Who Accused Them Of Plagiarism "A Disgrace To Black People"
Isaac Larian, who runs MGA Entertainment, called influencer Amina Mucciolo a "disgrace to Black people and the BLM cause."
The campaign said none of the staffers who tested positive will attend Saturday's rally.
"Being Black is your activism. Black excellence is a form of protest. Black joy is your right."
"We are investigating why this mistake occurred so that we can avoid it in the future."
This week's newsletter: Another reminder to you (and me) of our privilege to insulate ourselves from the national conversation, and we regret to inform you that the Stauffer family is back on YouTube.
A group of women are alleging in the class action lawsuit that the company's "free dresses for teachers" giveaway was all a marketing stunt to get their personal information, something the company's lawyer denies.
The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office says it is "confident that the appropriate process is occurring" to place the son of YouTubers Myka and James Stauffer with a new family.
Instagram Influencing Has Long Had A Diversity Problem. This Blogger Says Now Is The Time For Change.
"You talk about diversity and inclusion and you want to create a platform for black women, but you barely post black women on your feed."
Sunday Night's Protests Against Police Brutality Were A Mix Of Chaotic Violence And Peaceful Demonstrations
The demonstrations, taking place under curfews, have been heated, with some cities marred by looting.
We Still Don't Know Exactly How The Stauffers Placed Their Adopted Autistic Son With Another Family, But Here's What Experts Have To Say
"Did they go through an agency? Was there another home study done on the other family? That part is highly unusual."
Will Huxley Stauffer’s Story Be The Wake-Up Call That Leads To Protections For Children Of Influencers?
This week's newsletter: The big controversial story this week that's sparking questions like What right does a child have to the profits of their internet-famous parents? And a woman's Instagram account that's grown massively for its beautiful tributes to black Americans who have been killed.