News of the Defense Secretary’s exit from the White House inspired a gleeful hashtag among pro-ISIS Twitter accounts. WARNING: disturbing photoshopped images.
In an interview with a student-run media organization, Dean Nicole Eramo said the University of Virginia hasn’t expelled a student accused of rape during her tenure, even when individuals have confessed. The school’s handling of sexual assault has been in the spotlight following the publication of a Rolling Stone article last week.
In light of allegations of a gang-rape at the University of Virginia (UVA) branch of Phi Kappa Psi, the university suspended all fraternities for the rest of the semester. A scroll through the anonymous app Yik Yak shows how students feel about the decision.
BEN IS GLORY AND BEN IS ALSO FRANK.
BuzzFeed News asked the cast of The Imitation Game who they would like to play them in a biographical film of their life on the red carpet of the film’s New York City premiere.
The rocker was invited by Pope Francis to appear in the Concerto di Natale in Rome on December 13th.
Prince William and Kate Middleton will attend a series of events in New York City from December 7th to December 9th. Sadly, Prince George will not be coming with his parents.
It’s unclear whether the U.K. will ever be the same.
“He was extremely lucky, the plane could have gone down.” The U2 singer’s private jet lost a door mid-flight en route from Dublin to Berlin.
Thousands of service members returned to the Norfolk Naval Station after an extended mission in the Middle East.
Instead of attending the MTV Europe Music Awards in Scotland, Taylor Swift went to Notre Dame to see her brother Austin in a play.
Do you think someone can vote for a political candidate and still report the news in an unbiased way?
The popular radio personality died of complications from Alzheimer’s disease.
“I was wondering if I could borrow one of your long black garments and a hijab and a face thing not sure what it’s called haha.”
And posting pictures of themselves on social media.
BuzzFeed News examines the social media accounts of three Colorado girls who officials say tried to join a terrorist group.
The X-Men director is expecting a child with Queer As Folk actor Michelle Clunie.
The teen girls from Colorado were stopped in Germany on their way to Syria to join militant groups, including ISIS, according to the FBI.