Black Voters Are Underrepresented In This Year’s Biggest House Races
In nine of the closest House races, less than 2% of voting-age citizens are black.
Two Chinese Skating Judges Have Been Suspended For Favoring Their Country's Skaters
The judges were named in a recent BuzzFeed News investigation.
Figure Skating Just Changed Its Rules To Fight Judges' National Bias
The rules follow a BuzzFeed News Investigation that showed judges frequently up-score skaters from their own country.
There’s A “Tsunami” Of Corruption Inside Tennis, Review Finds
The review vindicates a BuzzFeed News/BBC investigation that exposed match-fixing in tennis — and the sport’s failure to stamp it out.
Robert Mueller Is Asking About This Little-Known Chapter Of Michael Cohen’s New York Life
The raid on President Trump’s personal lawyer may have involved a surprising period in Cohen’s life. The special counsel has been asking questions about it and the controversial businesspeople who were his partners at the time.
How Figure Skating Judges May Have Shaped The Olympic Podium
An analysis by BuzzFeed News shows that judges displayed a strong preference for skaters from the same country at the 2018 Winter Olympics, and that it may have made a difference in a gold medal finish.
Past Scores Reveal Stark Split In Ice Dance Judging
The rivalry between Canada and France dominates the sport — both on the ice and in the judge’s box, where judges view their home-country skaters in widely divergent ways. As other judges choose sides, will that split determine who goes home with the gold?
Top-Level Figure Skating Judges Consistently Favor Skaters From Their Home Countries. Now Many Of Those Judges Are At The Olympics.
At the top levels of the sport, judges give higher marks to figure skaters from their own countries, a BuzzFeed News data analysis has shown — in some cases, affecting the final results. And 16 of the judges who most consistently gave a boost to their own country’s skaters will be in Pyeongchang this week, deciding the course of Olympic history.
More Than A Quarter Of Trump's Overseas Partners Have Tangled With The Law
Donald Trump promised voters that in office, he would work with only the “best people.” But an analysis of his international real estate deals shows that in business, he chose to work with a remarkable number of partners who have been investigated, charged, or convicted of crimes.
How To Launder Billions In 5 Easy Steps
The new game Kleptocrat lets you see if you could plunder a country and get away with it.
Tennis Authorities Say Three Wimbledon Matches Aroused Suspicions
Official concerns about tennis's most famous tournament are rare.
Michael Cohen Pitched Investors For A Powerful Ukrainian Oligarch’s Company
The oligarch has been investigated for money laundering and the FBI has tied three of his employees to the Russian mob. When he and his partner wanted to build an ethanol factory, their company sought help from Michael Cohen, now the president’s personal attorney.
Trump’s Longtime Lawyer Is Defending Russia’s Biggest Bank
Marc E. Kasowitz, who has represented Donald Trump for more than 15 years, was recently named a lead attorney in a federal civil lawsuit against Sberbank, which is majority-owned by the Russian government.
A Shocking Claim About Trump's Inaugural Speech Turns Out To Be Baloney
A blogger said Donald Trump lifted two paragraphs of his speech from Articoolo’s website. Articoolo promoted the claim. The truth was entirely different — and in some ways, even weirder.
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Suspicious Tennis Matches Up 20% Last Year
In its first annual report, the Tennis Integrity Unit revealed that it received alerts about suspicious betting on 292 matches in 2016.
34 Detained In Spanish Match-Fixing Investigation
The group, which includes six current players, is said to have tried to fix 17 matches.
This Chart Shows Philadelphia Black Voters Stayed Home, Costing Clinton
A shift in Philadelphia voter turnout, which broke along racial lines, appears to have cost Hillary Clinton almost 35,000 votes.
Turnout Was Down In Some Of Philadelphia's Most Reliably Democratic Areas
Several wards in North and West Philadelphia saw turnout dip by 10% or more compared with 2012 levels — but even if Clinton had matched Obama's vote count, she still would have lost Pennsylvania.