The meeting of the top American and British diplomats came as Ukraine’s military braced for a possible rebel attack on the city of Mariupol.
This winter has seen record-setting snowfalls and subzero wind chills from the Midwest to the East Coast, causing casualties, snarling commutes, and bringing some moments of genius.
USA Today initially reported Monday afternoon on an Army “decision” to make it harder to discharge transgender service members. After the Army would not confirm the news and advocates questioned the report, USA Today corrected the story on Monday evening.
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This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Beijing Declaration, which saw 189 countries declare a commitment to equal rights for men and women. And yet laws like this still exist.
In its latest Transparency Report, Twitter calls out the countries who’ve requested the most information on its users and who’s asked for the most things to be deleted.
Cases continue to crop up across the U.S. since a large outbreak was triggered in December 2014 by exposure to the virus at Disneyland in California.
The 88-year-old former Cuban leader has not appeared in public for more than a year and these are the first photographs of him to be released since August.
Lawyers have filed a complaint in California demanding financial compensation for the woman, as well as a court order that would force the company to put more safety measures in place.
The two world leaders spoke candidly about their bad days, their humble beginnings, and their plans to change the world.
The lovefest between President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi was in full swing Sunday at the start of the U.S. leader’s visit to India.
The president is again pointing the finger of blame at Moscow for the latest breakdown in the cease-fire between Ukraine’s government and Russian-backed rebels.
Ever wondered where your favourite US-based film or TV show was set? Here they are on a handy map. Spoiler: Nebraska is just Nebraska.
A new report says low income students make up 51% of the nation’s public schools.
The United States Olympic Committee nominated the city during a meeting in Denver today.
The United States helped collect the sperm of a spy locked up in California and then send it to his wife. The couple is expecting a baby in two weeks.
A long and rambling statement from Pyongyang threatens “counteraction” against the White House, the Pentagon, and “the whole U.S. mainland.”
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Arriving Sunday for a three day visit, Britain’s royal couple were greeted by oodles of American fans.
“All of sudden they arrest these 15 gays and lesbians, and we’re seeing really what seems to be a firestorm.”
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.
U.S. employers added about 214,000 jobs in October and the unemployment rate fell to 5.8%.
Just because it can be hard to see doesn’t mean it’s not there.
“Hey! Can you pass me a blood towel?”
BuzzFeed News takes a look at the initiatives voters across the country will decide on Nov. 4 — and whether the referendums have a chance of passing.
Let’s all have babies in Sweden.