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March 16, 2015

Inside The Lives Of The Wives And Widows Of ISIS

"Even my baby girl goes to bed with her gun." Arranged marriages, slave maids, and militant babies: Photos posted to the Twitter accounts of women claiming to be members of ISIS provide a glimpse into the world of female jihadis.

U.S. Customs Returns A Slew Of Valuable Antiquities To Iraq

Responding to ISIS destroying ancient archaeological sites in Iraq, U.S. investigators are returning dozens of recovered artifacts to Baghdad. The items include a statue of a king’s head valued at more than $1 million.

McDonald's Workers Complain Of Widespread Burns And Injuries

Workers at McDonald's stores across the country have filed 28 complaints with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration alleging hazardous working conditions. A class-action lawsuit could come next.

The King Is Dead, Long Live King Bibi

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is in a battle for his political survival as Israel goes to the polls Tuesday.

Why Marvel Loves Alternate Universes

Angela, Asgard's favorite assassin, is about to get a second solo book, this time set in Neil Gaiman's 1602. Marguerite Bennett and Sana Amanat talk about 1602: Witch Hunter Angela, bringing fresh voices to a diverse fandom and why that fandom is getting a seat at the table.

La famille Kardashian hier et aujourd'hui

La dixiÚme saison de L'Incroyable Famille Kardashian vient de débuter aux Etats-Unis. Mais à quel point la famille a-t-elle changé depuis 2007?

41 SXSW 2015 Artists You Need In Your Life

Even if you're not headed to Austin, get to know all the up-and-coming artists everyone will be talking about. In no particular order.

This Is What Life In Syria Is Like After Four Years Of War

BuzzFeed News spoke to three Syrians about what everyday life is like in the country’s brutal civil war, as the conflict enters its fifth year. The war has forced over half of the population to flee their homes and life expectancy has fallen by 20 years.

Here's A Quick Roundup Of Today's News

The NCAA men’s basketball tournament is set amid hearings over player compensation. There’s an upcoming municipal election in Ferguson and a possible recall of the city’s mayor. And a sled dog isn’t letting blindness stop her from glory.

He's Back! Putin Reappears After Mysterious 11-Day Absence

Russia's president declined to comment Monday on rumors that he was gravely ill, recovering from plastic surgery, attending the birth of his lovechild in Switzerland, overthrown by hardliners in a coup, or dead. "It'd be boring without gossip," he said.

Criminal Case Against Millionaire Robert Durst Grows

The legal woes for the scion of one of New York City's wealthiest real estate families — and the subject of the HBO documentary The Jinx, about his connection to the deaths of his wife, friend, and neighbor — continues to stack up. Durst, who will eventually be extradited to California to face murder charges, now faces a handful of weapons-related charges.

Saddam's Tomb Destroyed In Iraq

The former dictator's mausoleum has been left in ruins following intense fighting between government forces and ISIS militants in the town of Tikrit.