A Telegraph source denied to BuzzFeed News that the piece had been pulled as a result of pressure from the Palace, but the newspaper declined to comment on the record.
If you are fully vaccinated, you are most likely to be safe. But in parts of the US where few people have gotten COVID vaccine shots, the Delta variant could trigger renewed deadly surges.
The Biden–Putin Summit Ended Without Major Breakthroughs — And The Russian Leader Relishing The Spotlight
“Putin got exactly what he wanted,” said one Russian journalist.
The ban has been applauded by Donald Trump while young Nigerians are being forced to find ways around the rule at great personal risk.
The department’s former senior official on nonproliferation says he intervened to prevent the US government from “embarrassing and discrediting” itself with claims that lacked strong scientific evidence.
The Queen has met with every US president since Dwight Eisenhower, save Lyndon Johnson.
BuzzFeed News won for its innovative series exposing China’s mass detention of Muslims and was named a finalist for its colossal FinCEN Files investigation into the global banking industry.
Rights for the LGBTQ community in the United States have come a long way — but that isn't the case everywhere in the world.
The company, Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology, once sought “labor exports” in the region. Forced labor is a major part of China’s campaign against Muslims in Xinjiang.
An American debt collection agency paid agents in Tijuana $150 a week to collect from delinquent borrowers in the US. We spoke to a person who did that job during the pandemic.
Amid Israeli–Palestinian Violence, Facebook Employees Are Accusing Their Company Of Bias Against Arabs And Muslims
As Facebook contends with internal allegations of censorship, unequal enforcement, and pro-Israel bias, employees are worried it is once again bungling a politically charged issue with potential for violence.
The company is fighting back against new rules that go into effect today in India.
The world's largest democracy has become a source of hate and lies about the violence in the Middle East.
“Business is booming for online inspired lynchings, unfortunately, all over the world,” said one researcher in Israel.
An elite crime squad searched Twitter’s New Delhi offices after the company labeled tweets from members of the ruling party “manipulated media.”
Christopher Ahn believed he could soothe the fears of defectors fleeing the horrors of the Kim regime. He found himself in the crosshairs of international law enforcement.
Prince Harry Accused The Royal Family Of "Total Silence" And "Total Neglect" When He And Meghan Asked For Help
"I thought my family would help," the Duke of Sussex told Oprah Winfrey in their new docuseries The Me You Can't See.
Princes William And Harry Blasted The Media After Damning Revelations About A Princess Diana Interview
"The ripple effect of a culture of exploitation and unethical practices ultimately took her life," the Duke of Sussex said.
The famous interview was the first time a member of the royal family had spoken candidly about their life in such negative terms — but it came about because of lies and deceit.
"The Queen has been informed and both families are delighted with the news."
On Saturday, Israeli airstrikes hit a refugee camp, killing eight children, and a building housing international media.
The photo-sharing app mistakenly removed content about the Al-Aqsa Mosque, the site of clashes between Israeli police forces and Palestinian worshippers, after associating the site with terrorism.
Scores of people have been killed in some of the worst fighting between the Israelis and Palestinians since the 2014 Gaza war.
Seven of the victims — four boys and three girls — were students in eighth grade, according to reports.
The DOJ Will Waive The Death Penalty For The American Who Fought With Extremists In Ukraine And Allegedly Killed A Florida Couple
Waiving the death penalty for Craig Lang could speed up his extradition from Kyiv, where capital punishment has been off the books for 20 years.
“There are unfortunately children among the dead,” the city's mayor said.
As cases in India surge faster than anywhere in the world, Indians struggle to care for their family members who have COVID and mourn lost loved ones.
As thousands of people die each day, the Modi government is cracking down on people criticizing it online.
On Wednesday, the world’s largest social network hid posts with the text #ResignModi for a few hours, before restoring them.
The AstraZeneca vaccines are authorized in India but still awaiting an FDA go-ahead in the US. Up to 60 million doses will be shared with India amid a catastrophic surge in cases there.