June 25, 2013
Updated: Following Democratic state Sen. Wendy Davis's marathon filibuster, Texas lawmakers failed to pass the bill, which would ban abortions after 20 weeks and effectively close most abortion clinics in Texas.
The country where anti-surveillance hero Edward Snowden wants to take refuge spent half a million dollars on an Israeli-made "GSM interceptor" in a deal brokered by a U.S. middleman. Seeking the capacity to "intercept text messages, falsify and modify the text messages" among other tricks.
Newlyweds need a lot of tips. Here's how you can give them something that they won't just throw away.
Speaker: Jon Steinberg, President & COO, BuzzFeed 10:15-10:45am The New Museum 235 Bowery Street New York, NY
Yes, there are ways to make this task less miserable. And none of them involve marijuana or crystal meth!
Speaker: Alix Mcalpine, Creative Lead, BuzzFeed 7:00PM LIU Brooklyn, 1 University Plaza, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Health Science Building, Room 107
Speaker: Terry City, Vice President, West Coast Sales, BuzzFeed 3:25 -3:40pm Loews Hollywood Hotel 1755 N. Highland Ave. Hollywood, CA 90028
As captured by embedded video journalists.
Speaker: Akeelah Kuraishi, VP of Sales Central Region, BuzzFeed 9:30am Cleveland Convention Center E 6th St & St Clair Ave NE Cleveland, OH 44115
Prosecutors want jurors to hear previous 911 calls made by Zimmerman.
Speaker: Aswini Anburajan, Director of Partnership Development, BuzzFeed 7:00-9:00pm AOL Headquarters 770 Broadway New York, NY 10003 September 9, 2013
The provision of the historic civil rights law struck down Tuesday has been used to keep voting changes considered to have discriminatory effect from happening.
Speaker: Andy Wiedlin, Chief Revenue Officer, BuzzFeed 9:00am INTERCONTINENTAL SAN FRANCISCO 888 Howard Street San Francisco, CA 94103
OMMA Premium Display - "A Year Among The ‘Natives’: An Early Action Report On Scalability, Effectiveness, Relevance" - Los Angeles, July 23, 2013
Speaker: Andy Wiedlin, Chief Revenue Officer, BuzzFeed 11:30am Hyatt Regenct Century Plaza Los Angeles, CA
Internet companies, big and small, new and old, once again consult the infallible teen.
A beginner's guide to thinking and drinking pink.
Speaker: Jonathan Perelman, Vice President of Agency Strategy and Brand Development, BuzzFeed 4:10 pm — 4:50 pm Pier 60 Chelsea Piers Hudson River Greenway New York, NY 10011
It's Pride, everyone's welcome!
Sometimes you just have to hit the road.
PRSA 2013 Digital Impact Conference - "To Pay Or Not To Pay: The Question Of Hybrid Media Opportunities" - New York, June 27, 2013
Speaker: Jonathan Perelman, Vice President of Agency Strategy and Brand Development, BuzzFeed 4:15pm - 5:15pm New York Hilton Midtown 1335 Avenue of the Americas June 27, 2013
May her wit and wisdom lead the way with crystal vision.
A key provision of the law was struck down today. How the historic bill was passed in 1965.
"I won't," he promises. The first ad buy in New Jersey's special Senate election.
"Punishing six southern states because of past failures does not help us in the present and certainly does not help find our path to the future," says Tim Scott.
"I know who I am and wouldn't feel comfortable winning 'Queen.'"
Anglo Irish Bank execs joked over phone on how to secure a bailout, lie about their losses, and not pay taxpayers back.
Against our best advice, some of you people are maintaining peaceful (or bitter) internet relations with your exes. Don't say we didn't warn you.
If your four-wheel is bogged in the mud you might spit the dummy. The Rubens gave us a quick lesson on Australian colloquialisms. It's fair dinkum.
The environmental left says Obama changed the paradigm on Keystone Tuesday and now he has no room to oppose it. Conservatives say otherwise.
In an interview with CNN's New Day Tuesday morning, Jamie and Bobby Deen attempted to defend their mother Paula against recent racism charges. Instead, they made matters worse, claiming she is the victim of "character assassination" and "extortion."
It will bring a tear to your eye.
Here's a surefire cure for a bad day.
Haha, you think I'm exaggerating.
Pardon me while I change my pants.
Somebody is a little too Ready for Hillary.
BOOM. Simone Rovellini takes some classic saccharine scenes and gives them a violent twist.
Plagued by dysfunction, Republicans and Democrats alike admit little will be done to fix the landmark civil rights law.
Britney And Justin, 2001
We caught up with Lake Bell at Tropfest New York — the world's largest short film festival — where she was a judge, helping to choose winners for Best Short Film. Here are four questions with Lake Bell.
"Snowden is a free person," the Russian president said.
Revamp your boring old basics with things you probably already have hanging out around the house.
You've been warned.
These should be on every sci-fi buff's bucket list.
The crushing heartbreak of not being a person who eats breakfast like this.
Come on, you stupid 56k modem! Go faster! I gotta see who's online!
Snuggies have pulled in more than $500 million since becoming a viral sensation five years ago. Allstar Products, the company behind them, is still thriving with the blankets with sleeves and a host of other "As Seen on TV" products.
The president tries to make good on his climate change promises in a big speech Tuesday. The Keystone XL pipeline is not expected to be mentioned and protesters aren't giving him a pass. But at the same time, they're happy their time has come.