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March 23, 2015

Brian May Is On A Mission To Save British Democracy

The Queen guitarist talks to BuzzFeed News about why he hates David Cameron, loves Russell Brand, and wants to inspire a radical overhaul of the way the country is run.

10 Gifs tan perfectos que son placenteros

Si no hay nada que te fastidie más que un gif animado que se atranca una y otra vez, estos gifs en bucle perfecto te van a alegrar la vista.

It's A Warm, Socially Conservative Reception For Ted Cruz

Cruz laid it out very clearly on Monday morning: He is running to be the social conservative candidate — the kind a Christian college student body would vote for. The largely enthused crowd had a few pockets of dissent.

17 Monday Morning Moments

You've been there. Oh, you've been there multiple times.

Qué se siente que me quieran fuera de Estados Unidos

Nací en Veracruz pero llegué a Chicago cuando tenía solo un año y medio. Siempre supe que el lugar que yo considero mi casa piensa que soy extranjero. Este es mi relato de cuando visité la Exposición de Seguridad en la Frontera de 2014, donde hay una industria militar en auge que apunta a gente como yo.

Black Students At UVA: "We Have To Do Something."

Black UVA students have been engaged in the activism that erupted after the events in Ferguson, Missouri, but last week's bloody arrest of one of their own brought the national debate to their home turf.

Happy Monday: Here Are The Top Stories Today

Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz is the first 2016 presidential candidate. Renewed violence in Yemen brings the country to a breaking point. And Kerry Washington delivers a powerful speech about diversity in the media.

Hillary Clinton Aides Reportedly Emailed Her From Personal Accounts

Details of Clinton's emails released Monday show that some of her aides' messages about Benghazi came from their personal email accounts, the New York Times reported. Clinton earlier said the "vast majority" of her emails were sent to official accounts at the State Department so the records would be "captured and preserved."

Ted Cruz's Challenge

First, Mike Huckabee. Then the world.

Remains Of Two Members Of Missing Family In Alaska Identified

Brandon Lee Jividen, Rebecca Adams, her daughters Michelle and Jaracca Hundley and the family dog went missing from their apartment in Kenai, Alaska in May. Update: Police confirmed Thursday that the two adult members of the family have been positively identified.