One of the first, and last, great bloggers pulled the plug today.
Preet Bharara goes to war.
And on to 2016! Bill Clinton’s personal life, says the RNC chairman, is fair game.
He was nearly invisible in the decades after his defeat. But Mario’s politics are around to this day.
“Russian TV, particularly for the last couple of years, has been very aggressive,” the foreign minister of Latvia tells BuzzFeed News.
Love it or hate it, last week’s Cuba opening is the purest expression of his foreign policy yet. What Axelrod got wrong.
I sent this email to BuzzFeed’s employees today.
Senior Vice President Emil Michael floated making critics’ personal lives fair game. Michael apologized Monday for the remarks.
Health care frees drivers from “The Man.”
The social network may end TV’s long dominance of American politics — and open the door to a new kind of populism. BuzzFeed News and ABC News share exclusive access to Facebook’s new “sentiment data.”
You won’t believe this one weird trick.
Republican candidates won sweeping victories across America Tuesday night. That means a turn right from statehouses to Washington, and lots more.
The GOP picks up seats, holds on to key governors’ races, and winning governors’ races in some blue states.
“You have to be in a kind of dialogue that involves eye contact.”
I sent this email to BuzzFeed’s editorial staff this morning.
Kristol is queasy. This is not a thing.
The networks and one news wire used to control how and when Americans learned who won on election night — not anymore these days. “I want to fundamentally change how results are reported.”
A hiring spree, and a head of steam. The relationship is “radically changing.”
Actually, it’s been going on for years.
What we’re doing about an episode of plagiarism.