The North Korean leader looks very serious in the original photo.
This week we have stories about a wedding bouquet, Fox News, and a parrot.
Every social platform reviewed by BuzzFeed News had dealers pushing opioids and other prescription medicines.
"In the morgue, they brought me to the attendant's room and there I resurrected, took off my t-shirt, and washed my face" the journalist told BBC.
This week we have stories about ducks, lynx, and Meghan Markle's beagle.
Inside the murky world of music streaming manipulation.
"Auuguuuuughghgghuhgughguhgh." —A lynx
"Perhaps you’re horrified of this creation of yours and what it’s led to."
"As you know, I had the balls to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement, and so should you."
This has been a very, uh, shitty week.
But that would have been the shit.
From babies drinking beer to an ear being grown on a soldier's arm, can you separate the real from the fake?
The feature is called "Page History" but now it's gone.
This week there are stories about swans, Dr. Oz, and Julian Assange.
The scam ran for three days before Twitter removed the fake accounts.
Here's your guide to what's true, false, and unverified about the 25-year-old man identified by officials Monday as the suspect who killed at least 10 people on a crowded Toronto street.
Authorities say the 25-year-old plowed through crowds on one of the busiest streets in Toronto, killing at least 10 people and injuring another 14.
This week there are stories about Starbucks, Obama, and an Italian mathematician.
BuzzFeed News media editor Craig Silverman and reporter Jane Lytvynenko analyze news and research about misinformation, conspiracies, hoaxes, and fake news.
YouTube's crackdown on hate speech and other "unsafe" content is causing many of the biggest stars of the far right to look for alternatives.