Special Counsel Robert Mueller Has Agreed To Testify Publicly Before Congress
Mueller will testify on July 17 after a subpoena was issued Tuesday night.
Steve Bannon's Big Shot Friend In The Catholic Church Is Done With Steve Bannon
Cardinal Raymond Burke dumped Bannon after the former White House staffer allegedly said he was open to priests marrying and that many clergy members in the Vatican are gay.
This Senator Is The Rare Democrat Not Running For President — But He Expects To Hear His Message In The Debates
"In many ways I can push this message more effectively as a noncandidate," Sen. Sherrod Brown said Tuesday.
Most LGBTQ People Are Super Fine With Bachelorette Parties At Gay Bars
A national survey found LGBTQ people believe discrimination is rampant in the United States and even within the LGBTQ community.
Opinion: Florida Is Burning. The Midwest Is Flooding. Why Aren't Democrats Debating Climate?
Miami hit its highest temperature ever recorded in the same week Democrats arrived for the first presidential debate. This isn't rocket science.
A Year Ago, AOC Beat The New York Establishment. On Tuesday, It’s Fighting Back.
A Tuesday race is a test of power for progressives and the party establishment in Queens.
How Student Debt Forgiveness Reveals The Difference Between Bernie Sanders And Elizabeth Warren
The two 2020 candidates have big plans for student debt. The details of those plans show how differently they approach policy.
Do You Know All 24 Of The Democratic Presidential Candidates?
There's so many...can you name them all?
Most LGBTQ Americans Actually Love Having Cops And Corporations In Pride Parades
Whitman Insight Strategies and BuzzFeed News did a national poll for pride — LGBTQ people overestimate their share of the population and say Instagram is making them sad.
Progressive Democrats Are Furious At Nancy Pelosi For Cutting Them Out Of A Prescription Drug Pricing Deal
Progressive leaders in the House are speaking openly about their frustrations with Pelosi’s strategy and lack of transparency.
Inside The Massive, Coordinated Push To Make Sure A Census Citizenship Question Does Not “Distort Democracy”
“I’ve never seen the amount of support, investment, the breadth and depth of partnerships that I’m seeing for 2020,” one census outreach organizer said.
This Democratic Presidential Candidate Wants To Ban Fracking
Jay Inslee on Monday released his campaign’s fourth climate policy.
“These People Are Ready To Bolt”: Elizabeth Warren Allies Plan To Target Joe Biden Voters
The Progressive Change Campaign Committee is beginning a new push to highlight voters who have switched from other candidates to Elizabeth Warren.
Joe Biden And The Disappearing America
Joe Biden’s presidential campaign sometimes seems like a promise to restore us to the Obama years. But what’s been lost? And when did we have it?
“She’s Number One”: Elizabeth Warren Is Having A Moment In South Carolina
“Elizabeth is first and Bernie is second,” said a supporter of Bernie Sanders' 2016 campaign.
“U Stay Strong”: Texts Reveal The Close Contact Between Sean Hannity And Former Trump Campaign Chair Paul Manafort
Manafort and Hannity vented about Robert Mueller, Hillary Clinton, and the deep state in newly released texts.
Wondering Why Trump Changed His Mind About Bombing Iran? You Are Not Alone.
In the hours since the president nixed a strike on Iran at the last minute, no fewer than five different explanations have come out for the choice.
Trump’s Judicial Nominees Are Finally Saying Brown V. Board Of Education Was Right After At Least One Republican Senator Complained
Staff for Republican Sen. Tim Scott complained to Senate leadership about judicial nominees' refusal to say Brown v. Board of Education was rightly decided, BuzzFeed News has learned.
Prosecutors Have Accused Roger Stone Of Violating A Judge’s Gag Order By Instagramming About His Case
The government alerted the judge to recent posts by Stone on Instagram and Facebook, arguing they violate the court’s order that he not comment on his case.
Roy Moore, Who Was Accused Of Child Molestation, Is Running For Senate Again
Moore lost a special election for the US Senate in 2017 after multiple women accused him of sexual misconduct, including some who were teenagers at the time.
Nancy Pelosi Defended Joe Biden’s Comments About Working With Segregationists, Calling The Former Vice President “Authentic”
“He considers certain things a resource, that he has worked across the aisle. That's what he was saying.”
Democrats Are Pushing New Legislation To Protect Federal Housing Loans For Young Immigrants With DACA Status
The bill, introduced by Sen. Bob Menendez of New Jersey, comes in response to BuzzFeed News’ reporting that the Federal Housing Administration was quietly advising lenders to reject home loans for DACA recipients.
Hope Hicks Refused To Talk About Her Time At The White House During A Judiciary Committee Hearing
It’s unclear if the committee will vote to hold Hicks in contempt.
Ta-Nehisi Coates And Cory Booker Pushed Congress To Consider Reparations For Slavery
”A nation is both its credits and its debts. And if Thomas Jefferson matters, so does Sally Hemings.”
Congress Has A New Bill To Ban Surprise Billing, And It May Actually Pass
A new bill would crack down on secretive contract clauses that drive up hospital costs and hide the details from patients.
These Donors Helped Give Beto O'Rourke A Historic Start. They're Disappointed With What Happened Next.
Some of the people who helped get Beto O’Rourke’s presidential campaign off to an electric start are frustrated by what they’ve seen since. And a few are starting to look elsewhere.
Donald Trump’s Reelection Campaign Is In A 2016 Time Loop
Donald Trump officially began his 2020 campaign, unsure of whether to keep America great or make America great again.
LGBT Protesters Call Trump’s Orlando 2020 Launch A “Slap In The Face” After The Pulse Shooting Anniversary
“We just had our anniversary, we just had a memorial mourning the fact that we lost all those lives,” said an anti-Trump protester near where the president officially launched his reelection.
A Former Republican Operative With Ties To White Nationalists Has Been Publishing Opinion Pieces In The Wall Street Journal
Marcus Epstein, a former associate of Richard Spencer and a former contributor to white nationalist site VDare, has written for the Wall Street Journal, the Hill, and Forbes under a thinly veiled pen name.
Mitch McConnell Says He Doesn’t Support Reparations: “We’ve Elected An African American President”
McConnell said he doesn't support reparations because "none of us currently living are responsible." He also noted passage of the Civil Rights Act.