May 1, 2015
Este fotógrafo comenzó un proyecto de fotografías para probar que las mujeres con fibrosis quística son hermosas
El proyecto de fotos "Salty Girls" del fotógrafo de modas Ian Pettigrew, está destinado a ayudar a las mujeres con esa enfermedad potencialmente mortal a adueñarse nuevamente de sus cuerpos.
Which "Sex And The City" Character Do You Think Beyonce Is?
Cynthia Nixon recently appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen. In a game called "Nixon Picks 'Em," she was asked to categorize a group of well-known figures as either a Carrie, Miranda, Samantha, or Charlotte. How would you categorize them?
Former "Cosby Show" Guest Star Accuses Bill Cosby Of Rape
Lili Bernard alleges she was drugged and raped by Cosby while she was guest-starring on the eighth and final season of The Cosby Show. Sammie Mays, a writer, also came forward at the news conference with allegations against Cosby.
Tex Mex And California Burritos: The History Of Mexican Food In The US
Mexican food is one of the most popular cuisines in the United States today. Easy and inexpensive to prepare, Mexican dishes have become a staple of many American households’ diets. To fully understand this nation-wide culinary phenomenon, we need to go back to its 19th Century origins in the American Southwest.
Meet The Baltimore State's Attorney Who Filed Charges Against Cops In Freddie Gray's Case
Marilyn Mosby, the country's youngest chief prosecutor, is heading a case that has sparked nationwide protests and riots in her fourth month on the job. On Friday, Mosby announced criminal charges for six officers in Freddie Gray's death.
Vermont House Balks At Failure To Protect Law
The Vermont House of Representatives has turned down a Senate measure that would allow the prosecution of parents who fail to protect their children. Some citing a recent BuzzFeed News investigation, worry it would lead to the imprisonment of battered women.
7 Essays To Read This Weekend: Baltimore, Bruce Jenner, And Black Exhaustion
This week, BuzzFeed News editor Adam Serwer asks how a city with black representation in power erupted in riots not seen since Martin Luther King Jr. was killed. Read that and others from Medium, the New York Times, and The Nation.
30 Science Fiction, Fantasy And Horror Books To Pick Up In May 2015
It's May already, and with a new month, there's a whole new group of books coming out for your reading pleasure. This month, we have some exciting re-releases, new fantasies, science fiction tales and some related non-fiction! Here's 30 titles that really caught our eyes:
Do You Know What Happened In The News This Week?
It's been a difficult week in news. Violent protests break out following Freddie Gray's funeral service. A deadly earthquake in Nepal. The Supreme Court takes on same-sex marriage. Take the BuzzFeed News Quiz, made from stories in the BuzzFeed News newsletter this week.
6 Amazing Tips To Help You Keep Your Life Partner In Love With You Forever
It often remains a mystery for many people how to work out a relationship between a wife and a husband. When two people are living together they face life in all of its shapes and faces. Some have more reasons to stick together whereas others find more good reasons in being separated. While sometimes the reasons are valid for separating, at other times these decisions are taken only under an immense pressure of emotions. Those who stick together for life are the ones who have found the right recipe to love each other at times and tolerate at others.
Looted Baltimore Corner Store Witnessed Part Of Gray’s Final Journey
The West Baltimore corner store whose security footage may have recorded a key part of Freddie Gray’s journey in the police van prior to his death was destroyed in Monday’s riots. Locals say it was a neighborhood institution.
Hash Oil Is Weed’s Next Big Thing And No One Knows If It’s Safe
California dispensaries say butane hash oil, or "wax," now accounts for 40% of sales — despite potential health risks and home lab explosions on the rise. With no regulation and a lack of good information, stoners turn to self-appointed, and self-interested, "experts" like Matt Rize — but at what cost?