A recent poll by BuzzFeed/Ipsos shows sex lives haven’t changed all that much during the pandemic, but some people have actually found their sexual groove right now.
TikTok has given pro-Trump teens a platform to make memes — and get attention. But what happens when the news isn't funny anymore?
Facebook said on Tuesday it was banning content associated with the "Boogaloo" extremist group. BuzzFeed News found the company has been running Boogaloo ads advocating for violence for months.
"The Black Lives Matter Foundation" Raised Millions. It's Not Affiliated With The Black Lives Matter Movement.
Employees of Apple, Google, and Microsoft have raised millions of dollars for the Black Lives Matter Foundation thinking it's the international racial justice movement seeking to end police brutality. That couldn’t be further from the truth.
As Black Lives Matter protests yield results, it’s become harder to ignore the gulf between well-meaning but ultimately worthless gestures and real, radical change.
A peaceful gathering in Manhattan ended with hundreds of police officers attacking people in the streets. Here’s how it unfolded.
Why are some journalists all too eager to rail against media suppression while downplaying — or even championing — police efforts to harass or arrest protesters?
If you share pictures of police officers kneeling or hugging protesters, you’re not advancing the cause against police brutality; if anything, you’re impeding it.
Why must graphic videos of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery make the social media rounds in order for the public to care about their unjust deaths?
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The Angry Protest Images From Michigan Don't Tell The Whole Story As The State Decides How To Reopen
The nation is seeing groups of angry protesters, some with face masks and others carrying rifles — on TV and on social media. But many people in the state don't agree on when business should reopen.
The judge said Instagram's terms of service are clear.
We Will Never Agree On What Happened During The First Wave Of The Pandemic — And That Will Make It Harder To Survive The Second
The virus isn't just attacking our bodies — it's attacking our brains.
Rep. David Trone’s Total Wine & More quietly ended its $2-an-hour raise for frontline employees, even as much of the country remains at home.
"It's Only Going To Get Worse": Residents Of Nursing Homes, No Longer Being Inspected, Face New Perils
"It's going to result in horrific cases. If there was ever a time to promote more oversight, this is the day and age when we need it."
A leading trade group has called for a voluntary two-week halt to new adult films.
A group of University of Missouri students forced their president and chancellor to resign in an unprecedented feat of student activism — including a headline-grabbing football team boycott after racist incidents on campus. Four years later, here what’s changed — and what hasn't.
"It was common to have people forward me the statement saying, 'You have to read this.' I wanted to respond, 'I wrote it,'" writes Chanel Miller in an exclusive excerpt from her book, Know My Name.
Why a growing number of colleges and universities are becoming retail landlords.
People move to the Pacific Northwest to be near incredible natural beauty. But each year, wildfires and rising temperatures are making it harder to go outside.
Matthew Eledge and Elliot Dougherty of Omaha, Nebraska, needed a surrogate to carry their baby. They never expected she would turn out to be Matthew’s mother.
A Court Refused To Overturn The Conviction Of The Woman Who Encouraged Her Boyfriend To Kill Himself
Michelle Carter’s lawyers had appealed to Massachusetts’ highest court to have her involuntary manslaughter conviction vacated in the case of Conrad Roy’s death.
“I don’t understand why the administration wouldn’t want us to put out something that’s factual,” said Plainfield High School alum Kyra Howard.
“For all his bluster and tweeting, Donald Trump cannot stop us from moving forward in our states,” Washington’s governor told BuzzFeed News.
The attorney for Anna Chambers, the alleged victim, told BuzzFeed News that "nothing has changed in terms of what happened to Anna on that night.”
Throughout the 2000s, America's most influential newspaper celebrated R. Kelly as a pop genius and downplayed the horrific reports coming out of Chicago.
Michelle Hadley never thought she had enemies, until she was framed for a heinous crime.
If the American dream isn’t possible for upwardly mobile white people anymore, then what am I even striving for?
Step by step, I shuffle forward amid the mass of bodies, waiting to get inside.
“It was like an episode of Black Mirror,” said Matthew Herrick, whose high-profile lawsuit alleges that Grindr looked the other way while his ex-boyfriend tormented him.