Thousands of demonstrators filled the streets of New York City to protest recent police brutality on Saturday, which happened to coincide with the city’s infamous “Santa Con.” Some Santa Clauses couldn’t quite figure out what was going on…
Thousands are taking to the streets of the Washington D.C. and New York to demonstrate against recent police action against minorities, including the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner.
MailMySharps.com claimed to sell medical waste equipment, but much of its website was apparently copied from a competing company. MailMySharps.com is associated with Bio-Recovery, the controversial company hired to clean up Ebola in New York City. A follow-up to an ongoing BuzzFeed News investigation.
Prosecutors said guard Carol Lackner falsified prison records after she failed to tour and inspect inmate cells in February. Inmate Jerome Murdough died of heat exposure in his 100-degree cell.
Amy Touchette’s beautiful photographs prove that street photography is alive and well.
Demonstrators took to the streets in New York City, Berkeley, Seattle, Chicago, and other cities. On Monday, they closed a major highway leading to a bridge during rush hour.
The demonstrators invaded the stores en masse, chanting slogans and waving placards.
Protesters took to the streets in New York City, Hollywood, Anchorage, Salt Lake City, and other places.
People gathered Friday to protest the deaths of Eric Garner, Michael Brown, and others who have been killed by police.
Breaking news: He’s a bae.
Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets on Wednesday and Thursday nights to protest a grand jury’s decision to not indict an NYPD officer who killed an unarmed black man with a chokehold. The protests have spread around the nation.
Protests erupted Thursday in Chicago, Boston, and other cities. It was the second night of demonstrations after a grand jury cleared the officer involved in the chokehold-related death of Eric Garner.
The couple photobombed a PIX11 reporter’s live shot Wednesday night.
BuzzFeed News spent seven hours in New York City among protesters angry over the grand jury decision not to indict the police officer who killed Eric Garner. Here’s what happened.
“We’re working directly with the U.S. government and the Army Corps of Engineers and the Army,” said Sal Pane, the subject of a recent BuzzFeed News investigation. The Department of Defense has said it has no record of any such work.
Protesters swarmed New York City streets — marching on Times Square, the West Side Highway, Union Square, and the Brooklyn Bridge — after a grand jury on Wednesday declined to indict the police officer who applied a fatal chokehold on Eric Garner. Here are some of the night’s most dramatic photos.
The hashtag was trending on Twitter Wednesday and Thursday after a grand jury cleared the officer who killed Eric Garner.
A grand jury has been weighing charges against the officer who put Eric Garner in a chokehold on July 17. The jury’s decision could come as early as this week.
I fought too hard for this zip code to go home now.
The woman, six months pregnant, was shot in Queens. Her baby is in “stable” condition at Elmhurst General Hospital.
Bio-Recovery, the firm New York City hired to clean up Ebola, has a “chief safety officer” who is a con artist and convicted felon. Now, BuzzFeed News has learned, there are questions about the CEO’s signature on a corporate document. And the con artist has changed his name.
Put down the textbook and get on the subway.
The “Great Book Giveaway” will take place in New York City’s Washington Square Park on Nov. 19. A series of very fortunate events indeed.
Voldemort is hiding out in an art museum, apparently.
The wild story of how a mortgage scammer persuaded a dead man’s sister to turn over his business, his truck, and his resume — and got a government contract to clean up Ebola. A BuzzFeed News investigation into a con artist’s second act.
Hospital officials say Dr. Spencer is Ebola-free and will be released from Bellevue Hospital on Tuesday morning.
The Fulton Transit Center cost $1.4 billion to build after the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks. The centerpiece of the project is a massive oculus.
Mayor de Blasio announced on Monday that the NYPD will no longer arrest people caught with small amounts of marijuana, issuing summonses instead. Advocates expressed cautious support.
Amy Poehler is a huge fan. Apparently her first born child is, too.