Out Of The Dark: One Gay Latino Couple’s Battle Through One Of The Worst Immigration Eras
DOMA’s end means tens of thousands of same-sex binational couples can finally apply for green cards. For Pablo García Gámez and Santiago Ortiz, who have feared deportation would separate them for two decades, this news is welcome, but it's a reminder of how much they’ve sacrificed to stay together.
KitKats Are So Much Cooler In Japan
Wasabi, Cheesecake, Port Wine, Red Bean...the West is getting screwed.
Where Did All The Search Traffic Go?
Traffic from Google to digital publishers dropped 30% over the past eight months.
How Indian Attitudes Toward Sex Are Hurting Rape Victims
We won't see real change until my Indian parents and their generation change how they see women's sexuality.
More News Equals More Followers On Twitter
As Twitter grows so does referral traffic to publishers. BuzzFeed analyzed growth in Twitter followers during the election.
What Serena Williams And Roger Federer Have On Their iPods
While Wimbledon is known for its respect for tradition, white outfits, and most of all, silence, the US Open is a rollicking free for all. The U.S Open's executive producer, Michael Fiur, exclusively reveals to BuzzFeed what gets the top seeded players' adrenaline pumping.
Why "Seventeen" Should Have Dropped Extreme Retouching Years Ago
Looking at the magazine years ago, when I was 16, led to disordered eating that left me mentally and physically scarred into adulthood.
Ten Most Outrageous Daytime TV Moments
Rosie vs Elizabeth, Oprah's wheelbarrow of fat, Tom Cruise on Oprah's couch, and we're just getting started...
Aaron Sorkin's "Newsroom" Would Get Clobbered By The "Today" Show
The main character's struggle to balance the fluff with news that actually matters is one I experienced throughout my career in television news.
30 Reasons Why Being a Woman is Awesome
Princess Kate Wears The Same Dress Twice... Gasp!
Kate Middleton shows her common touch by wearing the same dress twice in 11 days.