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July 13, 2016

Elizabeth Warren Calls For Airbnb Inquiry

Do short term rentals strip communities of affordable housing? U.S. Lawmakers want the Federal Trade Commission to find out.

Documents Raise Disturbing Questions About Detainee Abuse Under Obama

Right after he took office, Barack Obama promised to do away with torture. But documents obtained by BuzzFeed News show for the first time how a harsh interrogation tactic thrived on his watch in Afghanistan. Human rights advocates said it could be inhumane and illegal.

Civil Liberties Groups Are Anxious About Theresa May

Theresa May had a good civil liberties reputation in her first days as home secretary, but was later accused of being "authoritarian" – so campaign groups are worried about how she will be as prime minister.

What's Going On Around The World Today?

U.S. President Barack Obama spoke about race and policing at a memorial in Dallas, Texas. Bernie Sanders has officially endorsed former rival Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid. And how Europe’s rules discriminate against Afghan refugees.

10 Reasons Why Issa Rae Is The Next Big Thing

Issa Rae's new HBO series Insecure recently premiered and people can't stop tweeting about it. Now everyone wants to know more about the self-proclaimed Awkward Black Girl.

Cory Booker Gets Vetted, By Himself

A Senate campaign in 2013 left the Newark media darling badly burned when stories he'd been telling for years suddenly came under question. Three years later, Cory Booker operates with a new set of rules.