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October 7, 2015

When You Text Your Ex

“It’s been three months!”

In Texas It's A Crime To Be Poor

People in Texas get thrown behind bars just because they can't afford their traffic tickets. That's a disaster for people who are already struggling. It's also completely against the law. A BuzzFeed News investigation.

Welcome To The Open Lab

We are super thrilled to welcome our inaugural class of fellows to BuzzFeed's Open Lab for Journalism, Technology, and the Arts.

Senator Pushes Pentagon On Syrian Rebel Contracts

In response to a BuzzFeed News investigation, Sen. Claire McCaskill has pressed the Department of Defense for details on the failed effort to train and equip Syrian rebels.

When You're Bored AF

Procrastination at its finest.

Haunting Footage Of Afghanistan Hospital Before And After Bombing

Doctors Without Borders on Wednesday called for an independent body to conduct a war crime investigation into the U.S. military after 12 of its staff members and 10 patients were killed in an airstrike on its Afghanistan hospital.

How Keen Are You?

Are you the first one at the party, and did you bring baked goods?

What's Going On Around The World Today

Doctors Without Borders wants the U.S. investigated for a war crime. The U.S. Supreme Court will focus on death penalty cases this week. And dinner with a side of artificial intelligence.

Chemistry Nobel Goes To DNA Repair

Discovering how cells fix their own genes has won three scientists the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.