Parting is such sweet sorrow!
Parting is such sweet sorrow!
There's been a leak in the BuzzFeed Newsroom! Literally.
The worst storm of the year hit this weekend (and it's not Florence), the medical community updates its policies to support trans youth, and Elon Musk is getting sued.
The best and worst of TV premieres this fall, Hurricane Florence cleanup begins, and Paul Manafort reaches a plea deal.
Have a great weekend!
The FBI has a new secret letter about Brett Kavanaugh, immigrant parents coerced into forfeiting claims of asylum are getting a second chance, and some really devastating statistics about suicide and transgender youths.
There's a suspicious money trail around the infamous Trump Tower meeting, Trump transferred money from FEMA to ICE ahead of hurricane season, and Black-ish creator Kenya Barris speaks out about *that* episode.
Millions ordered to evacuate as Hurricane Florence approaches, Trump avoids another lawsuit, and a Kenyan filmmaker sues to get her film about same-sex love distributed.
A Louisiana town bans Nike (sort of), BuzzFeed launches a new suicide prevention initiative, and a group of girls named Nicole became friends.
Hillary Clinton is back in the politics game! Also, we clue you in on a few things that are happening today.
Highlights from President Trump’s first State of the Union address, new complaints against Roger Ailes, and today’s "super blue blood moon!"
A New York City council member was arrested during protests yesterday, Walmart is increasing its minimum hourly wage to $11, and another pregnant, undocumented teenager is suing the Trump administration. Plus, a look at a new Facebook community, Outside Your Bubble. Join here: www.facebook.com/groups/OutsideYourBubble
Senate investigators “hit a wall” investigating the Steele dossier, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says he never considered leaving his job, former Equifax CEO testifies before Congress, and details on Google’s new Pixel phones.
Trump brought up the dead son of his chief of staff after falsely saying Obama didn’t call families of fallen soldiers, Outbrain is investigating whether Russian trolls used its platform for election propaganda, you can now buy stuff with Venmo, and Facebook is testing short, disappearing status updates.
That Christian baker is back in court, Smallville actress Allison Mack wants permission to work while she awaits her sex cult trial, and a woman Iranian photojournalist makes waves on the internet.
Today in entertainment news: A “Black Girls Rock” recap, Taylor Swift’s new album, a Sunday night dilemma with the VMAs and “GOT” airing at the same darn time, and Amy Schumer’s renegotiation with Netflix.
Mueller turns to the Trump org, bulletproof backpacks are selling on Facebook, and RIP Geoffrey the Giraffe 😔
Senators ask for an overhaul of the security-clearance system, Betsy DeVos and D-Wade visit Stoneman Douglas High School, court rules in favor of a fired transgender employee, and Amazon offers new Prime discount to low-income consumers.
See you next week.