A new feature on some of our most widely shared articles.
Deputy National Security Adviser K.T. McFarland will be resigning, along with several senior directors on the National Security Council staff, a source says, but the White House denies she will be leaving.
The media wrote Bob Tyrrell’s obituary 15 years ago because he hated the Clintons too much. What did he see that other conservatives didn’t?
“There had been all sorts of things Donald Trump has done in the past I’ve thought, Why on earth would anyone running for president do that? and it’s worked for him!”
“The beginning of all this was the anti-globalization movement,” Steve Bannon tells BuzzFeed News.
“What’s there to hide?” asks John Weaver, a longtime McCain confidant.
No more bipartisan consensus. “It’s always been: ‘Somebody’s going to be ethnically cleansed and it ain’t going to be me,’” says an architect of the new Republican policy.
It’s Trump, man of imagination.
Electors will be “concerned,” the Democratic Senate leader said at a BuzzFeed Brews event.
The group’s leaders have, in the past, “endorsed” Democrats.
From the fake campaign trail to the real “Ivanka Voter.”
From Chappaqua to Comey, we sought to tell her story and the story of a long campaign.
The story of the Latino vote may turn out to be the story of campaign 2016. Adrian Carrasquillo and other BuzzFeed News reporters have been there all along, and here is the story of the campaign through that lens.
Live, open, and transparent.
From glitzy transactions to noblesse oblige.
Rejecting the “racist underbelly.”
Indian-American Republicans aren’t sure he measures up.
“Get ready for anything.”
“Testing your opponent’s attacks on you is Campaigning 101,” says Matzzie.
“He had the language of a predator. If there is more evidence out there, we should see it,” Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill told BuzzFeed News.