A State Senator Has Apologized For Tweeting "Kill Yourself" To Someone Who Accused Him Of Abusing His Parking Permit
The Democratic state senator apologized to a GOP aide for his "poor choice of words" but not before going on another Twitter tirade against her.
A Group Of Senate Democrats Are Asking HUD Why DACA Recipients Are Being Denied Federal Housing Loans
The senators wrote in a letter to HUD officials that they are "appalled" by the Trump administration denying FHA loans to DREAMers, following BuzzFeed News's report on the informal new policy last week.
A Judge Told Michael Flynn, "Arguably You Sold Your Country Out," But Agreed To Delay His Sentencing
After a judge told Michael Flynn that he couldn't hide his "disgust" and "disdain" for Flynn's crimes, Flynn delayed sentencing to fully cooperate with the government in the hopes of maximizing any benefit when he is, ultimately, sentenced.
A New Survey Finds Kamala Harris Has Big Support For A Presidential Run From Top Democratic Women Of Color
A new She the People national survey of top Democratic women of color shows strong interest in Kamala Harris’s potential 2020 presidential campaign.
“We expect most owners will comply with the law,” a Justice Department official said on Tuesday.
"[T]he government is simply wrong."
The Hawaii Democrat, who has bucked her party in Congress, may make an announcement about her 2020 decision as soon as this week.
The indictment provides the most detailed account to date of Turkish efforts to persuade the US to extradite Fethullah Gulen, a longtime rival of Turkey’s president.
As Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg grapples with an ongoing parade of company scandals, the women’s movement she started is stagnant.
Outside researchers provide the deepest look yet at Russian efforts to influence American politics in reports released by the Senate Intelligence Committee Monday.
Let’s get the bad news out of the way first: It’s possible that Jared Kushner may not successfully broker a Middle East peace deal.
“I’m confident that if a Texas Democrat is on the ballot in 2020 that Texas will go Democratic," Castro, who is exploring a presidential run, told BuzzFeed News.
The California Nurse Who Was Deported To Mexico In Trump Crackdown Is Back At Home In The US With Her Children
Maria Mendoza-Sanchez, who had lived in the Bay Area for 20 years, became a local cause célèbre when ICE deported her in 2017. Saturday she returned to the US.
A Father's Version Of A Guatemalan Girl's Trip To The US Raises Questions About The Border Patrol's Account
He has told advocates that they did not walk through the desert to get to the US, but rode buses, and that she had been eating and drinking normally.
The outdoorsman, known for his love of taxidermy, is leaving the Interior after allegations that he used his power for personal financial gain.
The former first couple revisited their first date and major political moments onstage. But is anybody nostalgic for the Clintons?
In a controversial ruling, a Texas judge has ruled that a minor move by Congress last year is grounds to strike down the entire Affordable Care Act, including preexisting condition protections.
Central Americans continue to arrive in northern Mexico, but the US military has cut the number of troops deployed on the border.
Border authorities said the father signed a form saying she wasn’t sick. The form was in English and explained to him in Spanish, a language he apparently doesn’t speak.
A federal appeals court heard arguments Friday in a case with a reported possible link to the special counsel investigation, leading to absolute mayhem as reporters were blocked from the area.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development hasn’t announced a formal policy denying FHA loans for DACA recipients, but lenders tell BuzzFeed News that’s the guidance they’re getting from officials.
Butina pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy, and will delay sentencing while she cooperates with the government.
A Senate Vote Signals That An End Is Coming To US Support For Saudi Arabia — If Not Now, Then Next Year
“I’m never gonna let this go.”
The California Democrat ensured she will have the votes to be the next speaker of the House, after securing the support of a small group of party holdouts.
A Landmark Deal In Congress Could Give Nonviolent Drug Offenders The Chance To Get Out Of Jail Early
The bill would reform mandatory minimums and “three strike” laws, and grant release to people serving exorbitant prison sentences for crack cocaine possession.
The overhaul will ease the process of reporting harassment claims on Capitol Hill, which came under scrutiny when the #MeToo movement reached Congress more than a year ago.
A spokesperson for the California billionaire confirmed the anonymous postings came from Steyer, who she said is still considering joining the 2020 primary.
Sen. Chris Murphy Said He Is “Not Planning” To Run For President, But Wouldn’t Explicitly Rule It Out
Murphy told BuzzFeed News’ AM to DM he doesn’t “have any plans to go to Iowa or New Hampshire.”
Legal weed is a painless way for state and local governments to raise major new tax revenues, and it comes as big cities desperately need the investment.
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