Iran's Supreme Leader said the attack was a "slap in the face" for the US, and retaliation for the killing of Gen. Qassem Soleimani. It's unclear if there have been any casualties.
Bushfire maps of Australia keep going viral — but think twice before you hit share.
My cousin Salahuddin was a victim of unforgivable police brutality. But before that, he was a young man let down by a society that still treats mental illness as a kind of crime in itself.
False And Misleading Information Is Spreading Online About The Aussie Bushfires. Here's What's Real And What's Not.
False and unverified information has been circulating on social media during the bushfire crisis.
Lizzo, Nicole Kidman, Pink, Paris Hilton, Nick Kroll, and Margot Robbie have all donated money.
Iran has one of the world’s most active state-sponsored cybersecurity programs. It’s possible that hackers will try to strike critical US infrastructure.
Yes, we know there's been a lot of politics recently, but unfortunately, you're going to have to pay attention for a little bit longer.
Trump wants to be feared and respected globally for as low a cost as possible. The killing of Qassem Soleimani shows yet again that he has no idea how to achieve either.
Many accounts are spreading false or unconfirmed information, including the claim that Eric Trump knew of the airstrike in advance.
The US Didn't Warn Britain Or Its Other European Allies Ahead Of The Planned Airstrike To Kill Iran's Top Military Commander
In recent days, allies were being kept in the dark by the Trump administration, a senior diplomat from a major EU member state told BuzzFeed News.
The airstrike came days after pro-Iran protesters attacked the US embassy in Iraq in response to deadly air raids led by the US.
For thousands of Australian kids, the summer holidays have brought hazardous smoke, emergency evacuations and worry.
While Americans Worry About The AI Uprising, People In Japan Are Learning To Love Their Robots — And Be Loved Back
In Japan’s companion robots, AI and algorithms reflect back our worst fears and highest hopes — of death and for love.
The last day of the decade was one of the worst yet in Australia's devastating fire season — with two months of summer still to go.
This was the decade when it became clear that “gay rights are human rights,” but it was also the decade when the very notion that humans have universal rights came under attack.
Eavesdropping bureaucrats have been replaced by algorithm-driven facial recognition technology. But the real impact of indiscriminate surveillance may be in our minds.
Cheap data and inexpensive smartphones brought millions of people online in India this decade. As the country’s government cracks down, protesters are using the internet to resist.
The Washington Post columnist was murdered in October last year.
The shirt was designed on Microsoft Word and people have "absolutely loved it", said Keiran McCormick.
They Beat Her, Cut Off Her Hair, And Covered Her With Paint. But She Was Determined Not To Let Them Win.
The violent attack on a small-town mayor in Bolivia shocked the world. This is her story.
The Dutch Supreme Court's decision could have huge repercussions for how other countries tackle rising emissions.
For some of us, the SlutWalks of 2011 were the first chance to articulate our rage. As the decade closes, we're still marching.
To Prevent Protests Against An Anti-Muslim Law, India’s Government Turned Off The Internet In Its Capital City
A controversial law has drawn thousands to the streets — and a harsh response from the Modi government.
"Just serve me some curry," a Sri Lankan man says to his wife, in a comic strip created by the Australian government to deter asylum seekers.
The private jet used by Giuliani is connected to some of Ukraine’s most controversial figures — and costs $3,300 per hour.
This year I picked up a pastime I thought was reserved for white people: fighting with my family about their terrible politics.
Exclusive: The chart warns Sagittarian asylum seekers they will be in debt forever, and tells Leos they will be filled with regret.
He's one of the world's youngest leaders and is running a wild experiment with governing through social media.
Footage Of A Group Of Women Confronting Police Brutality Has Gone Massively Viral. They Said They Were Just Protecting Their Friend.
Critics have said the Citizenship Amendment Act undercuts the principles of India's foundation as a secular democracy.
Facebook told BuzzFeed News an investigation is ongoing. There is currently no evidence to suggest that data collected through the app was misused.