As homicide rates increase in some cities, doctors reveal the vast but largely hidden economic and psychological cost of gun violence.
11 Things You Need To Know About Our Investigation Into KKR, BrightSpring, And 600 Homes For People With Disabilities
BrightSpring Health Services, which KKR bought in 2019, says it helps thousands of people with disabilities “live their best lives.” But some residents suffered neglect, abuse, or death. A BuzzFeed News investigation.
To Find Out How This Private Equity Giant Runs Group Homes, BuzzFeed News Had To Do Some Serious Digital Sleuthing
BuzzFeed News built a unique database to examine how a private equity behemoth managed the care of thousands of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
In charges filed with the National Labor Relations Board, four workers say Amazon illegally terminated them for protesting job conditions.
Her employer, a fast-food franchise owner, is living the American dream, having risen from fry cook to business mogul. But has his success come at the expense of his workers?
The rescues have saved scores of pets and zoo animals left behind in the chaos of war.
They're also spreading disinformation to their millions of followers.
Meanwhile, the final result of a union election at an Amazon warehouse in Alabama could be weeks away.
These Strippers Are Protesting For Safer Work Conditions In Hollywood. Instagram “Mistakenly Removed” Their Account.
Strippers United had planned protests over unsafe working conditions and the firing of two dancers.
“The problem is that tampons are $7 or $8 a box,” one advocate said.
As the war in Ukraine continues, Russia has banned hundreds of news outlets and social networks.
Thousands of Etsy sellers and customers have signed an online petition demanding the company reverse its plans to raise transaction fees.
The number of people experiencing homelessness in the US was rising even before the pandemic disrupted housing and work circumstances for many more — with no clear solutions in sight.
“I Had To Return My Vehicle”: Rideshare Drivers Are Struggling To Pay Their Bills Amid Rising Gas Prices
Many drivers were barely making ends meet even before the cost of gas began to skyrocket. Now some are looking for new jobs.
Chinese and Korean migrant women made up the majority of arrests for unlicensed massage in New York City.
A 20-year-old died of a GHB overdose in an older man’s home. For two years, his family has called on police to reopen their investigation.
Congress Has Closed The Loophole That Allowed Federal Officers To Claim Sex With A Detainee Is Consensual
After BuzzFeed News reported that the loophole existed in 35 states in 2018, six states changed their police sexual misconduct laws and the federal bill was first proposed.
“I don’t have a tank, I don’t have weapons, but I have a car,” Héctor Pérez said.
People overwhelmingly quit jobs due to low pay, new research shows about people who left their jobs in 2021.
Lawsuits from Sarah Stage and Jessica Quezada say they became targets of bullying and threats when they tried to leave Unruly.
As workers mail in ballots for a second union vote in Bessemer, Amazon has convinced some that collective bargaining could worsen their circumstances.
“Language should never be a barrier to critical information that could save lives,” New York Attorney General Letitia James wrote in a letter to federal officials.
As a growing number of intense storms batters the country, more Americans are at risk of losing everything as high rents push tenants below ground.
BuzzFeed News is looking for stories both from women who left the workforce and decided to stay out, and women who eventually returned to work.
Though the site has tried to expand to include a wider range of creators, audience expectations for sex content has driven some performers off the platform.
“I'm genuinely not sure if I should be saving for retirement or if we're all gonna burn out before then.”
When New York’s attorney general was accused of abusing women, one friend decided that instead of cutting him out of her life, she would try to make him reckon with the harm he inflicted. The experiment they undertook underscores the tantalizing promise — and the painful limitations — of moral redemption for men outed by #MeToo.
Cecil Williams was a college photographer during the civil rights movement at a South Carolina HBCU. On Feb. 8, he was present for the Orangeburg Massacre where police killed three Black students and wounded dozens others.
“I Have Nowhere To Go”: This Woman Lost Her New Jersey Apartment Due To Ida’s Flooding. Government Officials Just Evicted Her From Her Temporary Housing.
Lataiyyah Washington is one of more than 600 people who lost their subsidized housing in Elizabeth, New Jersey, due to the storm.