A man of television, who uses Twitter to program cable. And the Trump sons are welcome to brunch.
Bernie says Obama did a good job — but Clinton says he’s covering up his past as a critic. And a top Bernie backer unleashes to BuzzFeed News on everybody.
“Sad and telling,” says Sanders campaign. There’s an app for that.
He’s always been serious about running — if the two major parties lose their minds. Maybe they will!
Arnold may be the only true predecessor to Trump — a real celebrity, who understood how to use the power of his celebrity. But that’s about where the comparison ends, his former political aides are quick to say.
Harmonizing “cowardice.” From a recent Trump rally Wednesday in Pensacola.
BuzzFeed covered a lot of ground in 2015, from Ben Carson to Brother Orange and San Francisco to Somalia. Here’s a chronological cross-section.
This year’s anti-Muslim fervor has been both a challenge and an unexpected boon to the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
How a godfather of Democratic political blogging became obsessed with immigration — and came around to Donald Trump.
“He actually, believe it or not, he has a need to be liked.”
Robert L. Dear, 57, was arrested by police following a shooting at the Colorado Springs clinic where three people, including a police officer, were killed. BuzzFeed News reporter Sheera Frankel is reporting from Colorado Springs.
A man from another media moment.
“I know who you are, I’ll tell them that you’re here.”
On the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, our monthlong series of stories has been tied together by a common theme: Nearly everything about the storm’s aftermath was even more complicated than it looked in August 2005.
An adviser pours “lukewarm” water on the prospect. Not ice cold.
Almost everyone running this time is in the mold of someone who ran last time.
At war with the ride-hailing juggernaut, New York’s mayor wants to talk about ideology, not taxis.