This week for BuzzFeed News, Jose Orduna meets the men and women who sell technology aimed at keeping Mexican immigrants like him out of America. Read that and these other stories from BuzzFeed and around the web.
The gray area where the leaked information resides — between public and private, prurient and illuminating — might not be the exception, but the new normal.
Tatum is a former “Sexiest Man Alive,” but he’s not handsome, at least not exactly. His face charms through blunt force. And there might not be another one in contemporary Hollywood as powerful.
Scandal, The Mindy Project, and American Horror Story, we knew how to quit you.
How stock images reveal hidden truths about cultural politics in America.
Hollywood just refused to see it.
Academia taught me how to do one thing well. It wasn’t until recently that I understood how well it prepared me to do another.
From funding a year of books for a child to contributing to Ferguson’s Youth Tech Program, there’s a way to make a genuine difference in someone’s life this month.
She’s not the biggest star in Hollywood, but by flipping the usual career arc — and career expectancy — for leading women of a certain age, she may be one of the most important.
The actress, now 81, reflects on her career in an interview with WYNC’s Death, Sex, Money podcast. It’s amazing.
It’s plastic surgery shaming, yes, but also about how we think Renée Zellweger is supposed to age.
Breaking down why we’re actually dismissive of all things pumpkin spice.
Returning to the incredible sensory memories of church — and the feel of religion without evangelism.
David Fincher’s film, based on Gillian Flynn’s novel, doesn’t so much bring the “Cool Girl” polemic to the masses as dilute its scathing argument. Warning: This post contains MAJOR SPOILERS if you have not read or seen Gone Girl.
Chinese-American actress Anna May Wong was a trailblazer despite the openly racist industry in which she worked. Remembering her story and contemplating how much things have changed.
How a decades-long blind spot culminated in the “Angry Black Woman.”
Why we swipe the way we swipe.
Engineered to be the teen-movie equivalent of the mid-’90s alt-rock zeitgeist, Empire Records flopped in the theaters, only to become a cult classic a generation later. For the first time, the people who made the movie talk about how it came together, why it bombed, and how it found its second life.
Why Jennifer Lawrence’s “dirty” photos shouldn’t — and probably won’t — make you think differently about her.
From Franny and Zooey to The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay.