“You may all go to hell, and I will go to Texas.”
It was a bit more tame in 2014 then in previous years, when general mayhem reigned. Also retailers said they made a fortune.
A chemical used to odorize natural gas leaked at a DuPont facility in La Porte, Texas, Saturday. The leak sent a fifth person to the hospital.
The #FindAMissingPerson hashtag was created to bring awareness to the thousands of people who go missing in the U.S. each year. We challenge you, the internet at large, to help find these 55 missing people.
The stars at night really are big and bright.
Ben Pierce, 9, has an eye disease that will take his sight completely in the coming years. Before then, he wants to see and do as much as he can in order to create a bank of memories.
For some reason Wolverine and Mario turned up as well.
Welcome to Austin! Please don’t move here.
So this is weird and also kind of scary. UPDATE: A marketing company is claiming responsibly for introducing the Alex From Target meme.
“Go ahead and call the cops,” an officer is heard saying. “They can’t unrape you.”
Kilgore High School wanted to make sure Lynzee Ford graduated from high school like any other 17-year-old.
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“I feel very isolated and rejected and powerless,” the young woman told BuzzFeed News.
The latest from BuzzFeed News on the response to Ebola in the United States. Previous coverage of the outbreak can be found here.
Officials distributed information at hundreds of apartments in Dallas after three people were diagnosed with Ebola.
The 2016 presidential hopeful drew a not-so-subtle connection between himself and conservative icon Ronald Reagan.
Your world will never be the same.
Texans say they’re “rocking business as usual” despite the deadly Ebola infections in their neighborhood that have sparked headlines and fear around the country.
The latest from BuzzFeed News on the Texas Ebola cases and what officials are doing about the outbreak.
The second Texas health care worker infected with Ebola should not have flown from Dallas to Cleveland and back again because she had a low fever, CDC Director Tom Frieden says. President Obama called for “more aggressive” patient monitoring and said he kissed nurses who treated Ebola patients.
The federal 5th Circuit Court said it was too close to the election to change Texas’ voting laws. The merits of the law will be considered after November.
Twenty-six-year-old Nina Pham received a plasma transfusion from an American Ebola survivor. Dallas Animal Services removed her dog from her apartment and placed it in a temporary home. UPDATE: Nina Pham released a statement saying she’s doing well and thanked her supporters.
A powerful storm spawned tornadoes from Texas to Illinois, killing at least two people and injuring several others.
You want a couch in New York? Fuhgetaboutit!
The World Health Organization calls Ebola “unquestionably the most severe acute public health emergency in modern times” and says “the world is ill-prepared to respond to any severe, sustained, and threatening public health emergency.”
A Texas healthcare worker has tested positive for Ebola. Dallas Judge Clay Jenkin told a news conference: “That healthcare worker is a heroic person who provided care to [Thomas Eric] Duncan.”
The Republican lawmakers told BuzzFeed News terrorists are infiltrating the U.S. from the southern border, even as Homeland Security officials deny those claims.