You Will Soon Vote On Whether Indigenous Australians Should Be Recognised In Our Constitution
"The national interest requires a new relationship with Indigenous Australians."
Opinion: Rivers Of Blood, Black Snow — What Rich Men Did To My Russian Hometown
Heavy industry made my hometown look like a postapocalyptic wasteland, where rivers run red and the snow is black. It also made some men very rich.
Twitter Says It Has New Rules To Curb Hate Speech Targeting Religious Groups
Twitter introduced new rules Tuesday that will ban hateful speech that dehumanizes religious groups.
Students Could Sue King’s College London After It Admitted To Flagging Campus Activists With Police Ahead Of The Queen’s Visit
The KCL Student Union said the incident proves concerns about surveillance on campus are valid. The university has apologised for lettings "its community" down.
People In Sudan Don’t Know You Changed Your Profile Picture To Blue. Her Graffiti Is Spreading The Word.
The Sudanese military has blocked the internet, meaning that many in the country don't know about #BlueForSudan and the global interest it sparked. Assil Diab is taking to the streets to tell the story behind the hashtag.
Jeremy Hunt’s Tory Leadership Campaign Is Being Funded By The UK’s Point Man To Mohammed Bin Salman
Exclusive: Labour has called on the foreign secretary to return a donation from a close associate of the Saudi crown prince.
Canada’s Spy Agency Says Voters Are Being Targeted By Foreign Influence Campaigns
“Threat actors are seeking to influence the Canadian public and interfere with Canada’s democratic institutions and processes,” a CSIS spokesperson said.
Enough Jokes, You Guys, John Bolton Clearly Wanted To Be In Mongolia
The trip was added to Bolton’s schedule “a month ago” and clearly took precedence over the historic meeting between Trump and Kim.
Documents Reveal Widespread Data Fraud In A Leading UK Scientist’s Lab
David Latchman was never punished for leading a University College London lab that published more than a dozen fraudulent studies, according to newly released investigation documents.
Hong Kong Protesters Smashed Their Way Through Glass And Metal To Get The Government’s Attention
Limbs wrapped in plastic. Hard hats at the ready. The smell of spray paint thick. This was the scene in Hong Kong as protesters forced their way inside the government’s headquarters.
Russia’s Funeral Business Is Shady As Hell. The Journalist Who Exposed It Wound Up Behind Bars.
Ivan Golunov, an investigative journalist in Russia, was arrested just hours after his latest story was filed.
Trump Became The First US President To Enter North Korea While Meeting With Kim Jong Un
Trump made history by becoming the first sitting US president to set foot in North Korean territory during his (possibly) surprise meeting with the North Korean leader.
It's Getting Really Hard To Make Progress On LGBTQ Rights At The UN
"Things are getting worse now, unfortunately, rather than better," Karen Pierce, the United Kingdom's ambassador to the UN, told BuzzFeed News.
Riot Police Teargassed Climate Protesters At Point-Blank Range
The protesters were demanding action on climate change on a day when temperatures in Europe were threatening to smash all-time high records.
Theresa May Met Vladimir Putin For The First Time Since The Salisbury Attack And It Looked Like This
Europe Is So Hot Right Now That Even Meteorologists Are Calling It "Hell"
"Hell is coming."
I Am A Refugee, And I Dream Of A World Without Refugees
For decades US foreign policy has not only turned a blind eye to refugees — it has created millions more of us.
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 Is The Insane British Prime Minister-In-Waiting Hair Conspiracy Shitshow Explained For Americans
In which Britain gains a whole load of new conscripts for the culture war, and they’re all packing extremely hot takes.
A Judge Just Ruled You Can Sue The Media Over Facebook Comments From Readers
Former youth detainee Dylan Voller is suing News Corp, Fairfax Media and Sky News.
She Wants The Workers Off Her Land. They Say It’s Their Socialist Right.
A standoff at the top of a hill between a once-wealthy landowner and some impoverished farmers has been going on for 10 years, and neither side is backing down.
These Old Pictures People Are Sharing Of Their Relatives Are Part Of A Gorgeous Homage To The Windrush Generation
"Without that journey none of this would have been possible."
The Secret Battle To Save LGBT People From ISIS — And Bring Their Persecutors To Justice
One is the son of a communist who smuggled messages in kebabs for party members. The other is an army widow whose husband was killed by al-Qaeda. Together they want to convince the world that targeting LGBT people is a crime against humanity.
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.
This Influencer Couple Admitted His Mom Pays For Their Trips And They Got Completely Dragged
The couple wanted to bike from Germany to "Africa" for unclear reasons, possibly having to do with raising awareness of "mental health or global warming."
China Is Trying To Spy On Pakistan’s Uighurs
A group funded by the local Chinese Embassy is collecting data on Pakistan’s Uighurs, worrying the community. The embassy claims it’s never heard of the group.
Two Friends Conceived A Child Together Before A Bitter Dispute. Now A Court Has Ruled In His Favour
Robert Masson donated sperm 13 years ago to conceive a child with his friend, Susan Parsons. Now Australia's highest court has ruled he is the legal father.
American YouTubers Are Making Videos Reacting To Indian Pop Culture To Go Viral
"Brace yourself. Indian subscribers are coming!!!"
An American Reporter Was Denied A Visa To China. She Said It’s Because She Criticized The Communist Party.
Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian, a Washington, DC–based freelance journalist, applied for a journalist visa with AFP last year. AFP was told to find another journalist.
How A Queer Woman Took On A Prominent Conservative Activist And Won $100,000
Exclusive: A prominent anti-same sex marriage campaigner has agreed to pay $100,000 to a queer youth activist over a “devastating” Facebook post.