Deep Throat has nothing on this.
Heart disease also contributed to the beloved columnist’s death Thursday.
Carr was well-known for his columns on the media, as well as his candid memoir discussing his former cocaine addiction.
Can asking each other 36 questions and staring into each other’s eyes for four minutes make two people fall in love?
The Justice Department had been pushing James Risen to reveal the confidential sources he used for his 2006 book on the Bush administration, State of War. But on Monday, the New York Times reported that prosecutors withdrew the subpoena.
To mark the 20th anniversary of Friedman’s New York Times column, BuzzFeed has trained a robot to write like him.
“Love & Treasure is a fucking great novel…”
How great are you, really?
Whoa man, these kids are trippy.
The “Elite Space Club” has just been taken down a peg.
How a decades-long blind spot culminated in the “Angry Black Woman.”
“I’m going to need to put down the internet and go dance this one out. Because ish is getting real.”
“Don’t let a candy bar ruin your vacation.” Dowd tells BuzzFeed News: “I love it. I’m going to make it my Christmas card. But some of my friends have pointed out that the hotel room looks way too tidy.”
Matthew Rosenberg is the first western journalist to be publicly expelled since the Taliban ruled.
The helicopter was carrying aid for Iraqis that have fled ISIS militants.
The Times editorial board is calling on the federal government to “repeal prohibition, again.”
This cool new tool graphs what words the paper’s been talking about since 1851.
Magic in the Moonlight is a paper-thin trifle — but somehow is still hard to watch. BuzzFeed Film Critic Alison Willmore and Chief Los Angeles Correspondent Kate Aurthur discuss the film’s pitfalls.
The endless search to break away from the feed.
Lives lived well, lives lived badly. But certainly lived.
Think Ali Rowghani’s abrupt and unceremonious dismissal from Twitter this week was bad? Check out these brutal executive ousters.
Crossword puzzle fans prove — shocker — extremely persnickety.
New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd went to Colorado, where she ate legal edible weed and ended up “curled up in a hallucinatory state for the next eight hours.”
What happens when the paper of record becomes an app folder?
“What?! Kanye West said that?”
“No, that is unlikely; seems fine to us.”
Cornelia Griggs has been the one speaking while Abramson has stayed silent.
“As women start to lean in, men have to lean out if we’re going to end up in the same place.”
“Unfair to Jill Abramson? Definitely unfair to Israel.”