An overview of the many characters that come into play in Facebook debates.
The Voice co-hosts reveal significantly different views on how artists should be compensated.
The BuzzFeed Oz team weighs in.
You have questions, and science has answers.
AKA: cat DILF vs. dog DILF.
On which side do you stand in the Battle of the Books?
According to NASA, 97% of scientists agree on climate change being due to human activity.
When li’l Jacob finishes NDT’s sentence with “non-Newtonian solid” at 3:22… Mind. Blown.
A recap of my night at the “is creationism a viable model of origins” debate.
I asked 22 self-identifying creationists at the Bill Nye/Ken Ham debate to write a message/question/note to the other side. Here’s what they wrote.
Facebook told BuzzFeed the photo was “mistakenly removed” and reinstated it on Kanwar Anit Singh Saini’s fan page, but not before his account was suspended for 12 hours.
Wednesday night, the Intelligence Squared U.S. debate series took on vegetarianism and animal rights with the motion “should we eat anything with a face?” So who won?
Ali Almossawi debunks common logical fallacies in our everyday bickering. This should be on every school curriculum.
Elizabeth Colbert Busch seeks to distance herself from national Democrats “It’s cutting into Medicare benefits and it’s having companies lay off their employees because they are worried about the cost of it,” she said at a debate.
The same guy who made “hiking the Appalachian Trail” a euphemism for cheating.
“Hey guys, Sequestration is really important because…zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz”
The next Secretary of State is surprisingly candid in his Twitter feed. Some shameless Mitt Romney takedowns.
Gun control legislation wasn’t a priority for Obama on the stump.
It’s been said that 2012 was the year of the animated GIF, so let’s see if we can sum up the whole year in GIFs.
“Neither of them talk about catastrophic climate change and neither of them talk about poverty,” Justice Party candidate Rocky Anderson says of Obama and Romney.
King was trying to get the four main third party candidates debating in Chicago on Tuesday to stay on the topic of drug policy. It came out kind of funny.
In Monday’s foreign policy debate, President Obama quipped to Romney that the Navy was not a simple “game of Battleship.” Hasbro is happy to be mentioned regardless of context.
Lots of interest in Romney’s Secret Service flag pin.
A pretty neat video that makes the final presidential debate interactive. Watch what you want, skip the rest. Powered by Bedrocket-Interlude.
Even Donald Trump managed to be funny about how dull it was.
Two moderators provoked lively, interesting debates this cycle. Two did not.