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October 22, 2015

Paul Ryan Says He Will Run For House Speaker

In a letter to his Republican colleagues Thursday evening, the congressman from Wisconsin said he believes he has the support to be a "unifying figure."

New York Governor Plans To Ban Transgender Discrimination

In an apparently unprecedented move, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo plans to use his executive authority to ban discrimination against transgender people in housing, employment, and public accommodations statewide.

Mark Zuckerberg Is Starting A School

Along with his wife, Priscilla Chan, the Facebook founder is funding a private, comprehensive school for disadvantaged children in East Palo Alto.

Why I Hate Camping

I'll see your tent and raise you a house.

The 50 Most Powerful Pictures In American History

Since its invention, photography has provided a window into the events that have changed the course of our nation. Here are the images that have shocked, inspired, and moved us as a country.

7 Adorable Pups We Met On Snapchat

We asked BuzzFeed's Snapchat followers to send us pictures of their cute dogs and, boy, they delivered!

A Potentially Racist Drug Test Could Become Standard For Truckers

The trucking industry wants to use hair tests instead of urine tests to determine drug use among commercial truckers and bus drivers. But some experts say the tests are flawed and more likely to be contaminated by factors other than drug use, especially when testing black Americans.

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Can You Still Name That Pokémon?

It’s been 17 years since “Who’s That Pokémon” first helped us make it through the commercial break. Think you still got what it takes to be a Pokémon master?

15 Ways BuzzFeed Will Miss Gordon Mei

After 18 months and countless projects, (such as the BuzzFeed News iOS app and the coming QuizApp), Senior Product Designer Gordon Mei has decided to leave BuzzFeed and pursue freelance work. We’re sad to see him go, but can’t wait to see what he does next!

Rubio: Trump Lacks Basic "Understanding" Of 9/11, Clinton Not Bush Deserves Blame

"The truth is that President George W. Bush inherited all sorts of things from the Clinton administration, including intelligence agencies and others who weren't doing a very good job that were not sharing information across agencies. Including a government that under President Clinton had not taken seriously al-Qaeda and the threat that they posed."

Is “God” A Trigger Word?

The divine descriptor has negative associations for so many, some faith leaders are swearing it off. Is “God”-less religion even possible?

What's Going On Around The World Today

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden isn’t going to run for president. Students in South Africa are protesting a proposed tuition fee hike. And Sesame Street introduced its first autistic character.