"I have this tattooed on my arm because there have been times in my life when it’s the only thing that’s gotten me through."
As people grappled with the deaths of the two icons, they shared what fashion, food, and travel meant to them. These stories are reminders that solace and friendship can be just a sweater or meal away.
Freeganism, fighting to be heard by doctors, and coffee mixed with oatmeal: These are some of the experiences people shared in the Outside Your Bubble Facebook group.
I was more than happy to do some damage to an arrogant man known for racially charged language. Then something changed.
They just wanted to turn off the lights. "After the third request, Alexa stopped responding and instead did an evil laugh."
Internal NYPD files show that hundreds of officers who committed the most serious offenses — from lying to grand juries to physically attacking innocent people — got to keep their jobs, their pensions, and their tremendous power over New Yorkers' lives. A BuzzFeed News investigation.
"What happens when anyone can make it appear as if anything has happened, regardless of whether or not it did?"
Conservative billionaire Charles Koch's foundation has been giving millions to colleges to study criminal justice and foreign policy.
There's a reason why our government kills, spies, and detains in similar ways no matter who occupies the Oval Office. And it's not going away.
Mila Stauffer is only 3, but she already has more than 3 million Instagram followers. Fans have gathered in Beverly Hills to meet her — some stop her on the street. And big companies are paying her mom for advertisements.
Under pressure, the president's former chief strategist is leaving the site he once called his “killing machine."
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YouTube said Paul's video violated its policies of "violent or gory content posted in a shocking, sensational or disrespectful manner." People criticized the response as vague.
Mainstream economics can't explain why wages are flatlining even as workers become more productive. But Karl Marx can.
From the gym to the gun range, anti-fascists across the country are training to take on the far right.
The judge wrote that the new set of travel restrictions "plainly discriminates based on nationality."
Trump signed an executive order Thursday that will allow some people to leave the Obamacare markets, but could cause turmoil for those left behind.
Some liberal men think feminism is saying the right things and writing big enough checks, not treating women like human beings.
Once the island has recovered from the hurricane, it needs to wipe away its debt and end its broken political status within the US.
In a poll commissioned by Decision Desk HQ of likely voters, Republican nominee Roy Moore leads Democrat Doug Jones 50.2% to 44.5%.
Ending the nuclear threat is a priority, but the ultimate goal is peace and reconciliation. We shouldn't forget that.
Google prompted BuzzFeed News to run ads targeted to keywords like "black people ruin neighborhoods," then allowed the campaign to go live.
Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer said the agreement had been reached Wednesday night, but said Thursday there was no "final" deal. Trump said there's no deal yet, but seemed to be on the same page as the Democratic leaders on a framework.
The bad new politics of big tech.
A Russian proposal obtained by BuzzFeed News reveals Moscow’s ambitious plan to break with the past and launch a major rapprochement with the United States.
"This pageant contestant has greater moral clarity than the President of the United States."
Three companies now have enormous power over our economy and society. Politicians on both sides should be worried.
Sen. Mark Warner suggested that Facebook should disclose the same information about political ads that radio and TV stations are required to.
Could America's loss be Canada's gain?
A hacking group has grown bolder and gained access to operational controls of US electric companies, according to Symantec researchers.