Secret intelligence reports are offering up answers to three big scientific mysteries — but the speculation doesn't always square up with science.
“Where we believe the civil rights of Americans have been violated, we will not hesitate to act,” Attorney General Merrick Garland said.
The EPA Just Announced A $50 Million Push To Help Underserved Communities Tackle Pollution And Get Jobs
“This is the most aggressive approach to tackling environmental injustice and equity issues,” EPA Administrator Michael Regan told BuzzFeed News.
Sidney Powell And Mike Lindell Are Using Dominion’s Defamation Suit To Boost The Election Fraud Claims That Got Them Sued
A judge heard arguments on Thursday on efforts by Powell, Lindell, and Rudy Giuliani to get Dominion’s lawsuits dismissed.
Police body camera footage from the Capitol riots was released after legal action by BuzzFeed News and a coalition of media outlets.
Giuliani's suspension order cites his "demonstrably false and misleading statements" about the 2020 election.
A Member Of The Oath Keepers Who Stormed The Capitol Has Pleaded Guilty To Conspiring To Block Certification Of The Election
Graydon Young, who will cooperate with prosecutors, said he was attempting to intimidate and coerce elected officials when he entered the Capitol with more than a dozen members of the Oath Keepers.
Anna Morgan-Lloyd’s sentence sets a benchmark for the hundreds of people charged with low-level misdemeanors for participating in the Jan. 6 insurrection.
Andrew Yang conceded soon after polls closed in New York’s mayoral primary. This is what his campaign looked like at the end, as he fell from frontrunner to defeat.
Results from the NYC mayoral primaries.
Biden Is Expanding A Plan To Bring Back Asylum-Seekers Who Were Forced To Wait In Dangerous Mexican Border Towns
Nearly 28,000 immigrants were ordered deported without being present at their last court hearing under Trump-era restrictions that put them at high risk of violent crime while they waited in Mexico.
The shift to ranked-choice voting, thousands of absentee ballots, and the not-so-shiny history of the Board of Elections could mean weeks before a winner is official.
The judge found there wasn’t enough evidence that Trump and other officials had conspired to violate protesters’ rights.
One video showed Cruz's dog Snowflake looking at the protesters through a front door window, reminiscent of the time the poodle was photographed after the senator ditched him and millions of Texans freezing in a deadly winter storm for a Cancún vacation.
While the NCAA can still restrict cash payments to players, the organization can no longer limit education-related benefits schools can give to them.
BuzzFeed News made calls and in-person visits to the offices of the 14 Republicans who voted against Juneteenth. Not everyone was home.
Guy Reffitt of Texas is charged with being on the Capitol grounds with a semiautomatic handgun.
The court sided with a Catholic agency that wouldn’t place foster kids with same-sex couples, but rejected a request to issue a broader ruling on nondiscrimination policies.
“Stingrays” mimic cellphone towers to intercept phone calls and texts. This is the first law that would regulate their use.
The 7–2 decision saw justices nominated by Donald Trump join with the court's liberals.
As conservatives seek to ban critical race theory from schools, many Black Americans wonder if children will fully understand the new holiday marking the end of slavery.
Biden Is Expanding A Program To Allow More Young Central Americans To Apply To Get Into The US From Their Home Countries
The program allows parents from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras who are in the US to seek approval for their children to also be allowed in.
Trump Wanted The Justice Department To Copy Texas's Failed Election Case But Add More Conspiracy Theories
House Democrats released documents on Tuesday about efforts by Trump and White House officials to get the Justice Department to wade into postelection fights.
Jessica and Joshua Bustle pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor with a maximum sentence of six months in jail.
The five Republicans all say they did not go into the Capitol on Jan. 6, but their presence in Arizona shows the staying power of the "Stop the Steal" lie.
Pete Buttigieg, Antony Blinken, and other Biden Cabinet officials were recently exposing their personal information on the payments app. Here's how you can make your account safer.
The Queen has met with every US president since Dwight Eisenhower, save Lyndon Johnson.
New data show federal judges granted compassionate release petitions at dramatically different rates depending on their location.
Inside The Microsoft Teams Meeting That'll Determine What Happens If You Get Sexually Assaulted On Campus
This week's public hearings into Title IX and campus sexual assault are part of the Biden administration’s review of regulations introduced by Betsy DeVos. How much will he ultimately change?
Judge Zahid Quraishi will serve as a district judge in New Jersey.