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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.
Trump’s call to the widow of a fallen soldier has erupted into a vicious feud, a judge has ordered the Trump administration to allow an undocumented teen to get an abortion, the NFL is not changing its policy on the national anthem, and Ted Cruz’s zodiac killer joke.
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.
Democratic leaders canceled a White House meeting after Trump tweeted that he didn’t “see a deal” to address a potential government shutdown, North Korea launched what appears to be its longest-range missile yet, the nominations for the 60th Annual Grammy Awards have good black representation, and the genie in “Aladdin” was originally green.
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 might have started a trade war, Andrea Constand speaks out about Bill Cosby for the first time, and a former dictator in Africa is being sued for promising a bogus cure for AIDS.
Trump’s taking action after Syria's suspected chemical attack, the Bill Cosby re-trial has begun, a group is challenging Mississippi abortion laws, and Tammy Duckworth is the first senator to give birth in office.
Another school shooting, a Facebook quiz may have swayed the election, the last male northern white rhino died, and not one, but *two* new Mister Rogers movies.
Death toll climbs to 15 as Northern California fires continue to rage, Catalonia’s president says the region will become an independent state yet calls for talks with Spain, fentanyl and synthetic opioids are now the leading cause of overdose deaths in the US, and Trump has challenged Rex Tillerson to “compare IQ tests.”
The White House and CIA are considering a plan to hire a private company for spying and capturing terrorists, Hawaii is bringing back nuclear sirens, Bette Midler says Geraldo Rivera hasn’t apologized for “groping” her, Russell Simmons is stepping down amid sexual assault allegations, Roy Moore blamed his sexual misconduct allegations on lesbians, gays, and socialists, and a Michigan woman running for office asks “who can you trust most not to show you their penis?”
The FBI vs. #ReleaseTheMemo, a train carrying members of Congress collides with a truck, Simone Biles addresses Nassar questions, and House of Cards is filming again.