The Justice Department Is Sending States A Second Warning About Partisan "Audits" Of The 2020 Election
DOJ would not say whether they plan to take any action against Arizona and other states pursuing partisan audits.
The Justice Department Won’t Agree To Defend Rep. Mo Brooks Against Claims He Incited The Jan. 6 Riots
The DOJ concluded the Alabama Republican was engaging in campaign activity at a Jan. 6 rally and that’s not the US government’s business.
As police officers testified before lawmakers, two rioters pleaded guilty, one defendant was ordered to stay in jail, and new charges were unsealed.
Twitter Permanently Suspended Nine Accounts That Had Been Promoting Pro-Trump "Audits" Of The 2020 Election
One of the accounts was the official Twitter for Arizona’s ongoing audit.
Liz Cheney And Adam Kinzinger Blasted Their Party As The Only Republicans On The House Jan. 6 Committee
“I think it's a disgrace,” Cheney said of Republican leaders who now aren't acknowledging what happened during the Capitol insurrection.
Over 100 Veterans Say A Doctor Butchered Their Feet. He’s Still Working And Says He Was A Scapegoat.
The institutions and people meant to protect northern Indiana’s veterans instead failed them. Repeatedly. For years.
As COVID Continues To Spread, Alabama's Governor Said "It’s Time To Start Blaming The Unvaccinated Folks"
"These folks are choosing a horrible lifestyle of self-inflicted pain."
Another Vaccinated Staffer On The Hill Tested Positive For COVID-19, As Fear Is Spreading In Washington
There’s a "real sense of unease" in Congress as some staffers have tested positive for the coronavirus after weeks of semi-normal life.
Thomas Barrack was indicted on seven charges, including lying to the FBI.
Paul Hodgkins pleaded guilty to a felony and wasn’t accused of violence.
They attacked the “fake news,” denounced the “deep state” and the “swamp,” and vowed to “take back” the Capitol and the country.
The order doesn't affect current DACA recipients, but it stops the government from approving any new applications.
Tennessee's Fired Vaccine Chief Called The State's New Rule Barring Vaccine Outreach To Teens "Toxic Leadership"
“We have a legislature filled with people who are not scientists and not healthcare providers who have their own crazy ideas about vaccines," Michelle Fiscus, Tennessee's top vaccine official until she was fired on Monday, told BuzzFeed News.
Douglas Jensen has been in custody since his arrest on Jan. 8.
Defense attorneys said they will argue that the FBI “induced or persuaded” the defendants to go along with the violent scheme.
Anthony Fauci And Deborah Birx Warned Top Officials About The “Dangers” Of Scott Atlas Last Summer, Emails Show
“I am more convinced than ever the dangers of Dr. Atlas’ views on the pandemic,” Birx wrote in an August 2020 email to Fauci and others.
A judge initially refused to issue an arrest warrant, but agreed following a fuller explanation about how the government had determined the suspect wasn’t a member of the press.
The change comes after one report found that ICE had detained more than 4,500 pregnant people between 2016 and 2018.
Trump was kicked off Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube for inciting the Jan. 6 riots at the US Capitol.
After the Fox News host alleged he was being spied on by the Biden administration, the NSA released a rare statement, calling the claims untrue.
More than 500 arrests and counting.
The Brooklyn Borough president will likely be the next mayor of the country’s largest city.
A CDC Investigation Says West Virginia Needs Needle Exchanges — Which The State Outlawed — To Stop Its HIV Outbreak
A CDC investigation obtained by BuzzFeed News shows “low-barrier” needle exchanges are needed to stop an HIV outbreak in West Virginia. “There's a lot of suffering documented in this,” one expert said.
The far right has hammered away at the narrative that critical race theory is radical and anti-white. And now Republicans are using that story to try to win midterm elections.
The indictments against the Trump Organization and a longtime executive ramp up the legal pressure on Trump.
Donald Trump was not personally charged, but this marks the beginning of a new era of legal exposure for the former president.
In a 6–3 decision, the court upheld Arizona voting laws that the challengers argued discriminated against Native American, Latino, and Black voters.
The painful and slow release of information about the missing has left the Florida community suspended in hope and mourning, unclear what to do next.
The committee passed on a nearly partisan line, with only a handful of Republicans voting in favor of the measure.
In a government accountability report about facial recognition, five federal agencies said they didn't use Clearview AI. Data reviewed by BuzzFeed News suggests they should have.