After five officers were killed Thursday during a protest against police violence, the city of Dallas has turned to religion, in ways more evident than many other American cities after a tragedy.
“Everyone had the same look on their faces — shocked, numbed. This wasn’t supposed to happen.”
Ashley Diamond said she was refused necessary medical care and repeatedly sexually assaulted in Georgia prisons. She was released on parole in August.
Meet Molly, a high school debater with one very serious ambition. The third installment of “16,” a BuzzFeed News series about ordinary people at the weirdest age.
He was found guilty of raping and sexually assaulting women in the community he patrolled.
When a woman living with bipolar disorder was beaten by a police officer on a video that went viral, her family thought legal action would lead to justice. They couldn’t have anticipated that a battle with her own lawyer would leave them feeling more hopeless than ever.
The former Oklahoma City Police Department officer faced allegations from 13 women including rape, forcible oral sodomy, indecent exposure, and stalking.
Last year, former Oklahoma City Department Police Officer Daniel Holtzclaw was accused of abusing women in the community he patrolled. On Thursday, he was found guilty of many of their charges. But the testimonies of these women have never been reported in full, until now.
Former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw is on trial for 36 charges — including rape, sexual battery, stalking, and indecent exposure — based on allegations from more than a dozen black women.
The second installment of “16,” a BuzzFeed News series about ordinary people at the weirdest age. Meet Kelsey, a pro surfing enthusiast stuck in the middle of the Connecticut suburbs.
It’s been five months since the photographer with a history of sexual abuse allegations has appeared on mainstream American newsstands. Rolling Stone ends that streak — again — with some help from Kim Kardashian-West.
After two years of criticism surrounding its policies, the historically progressive school is being taken to civil court by students who say they won’t wait for a federal government investigation to force change.
Nadya Tolokonnikova called the decision “dumb,” telling BuzzFeed News she wouldn’t have worked with “Uncle Terry” if she’d known about his history. (This story has been updated with new comments from Tolokonnikova.)
Here’s how I found out and what I still don’t know. I asked notorious troll Chuck Johnson if he had any ideas.
The report is the first comprehensive summary of what allegedly happened at the Bronx prep school from the 1960s to 1990s — and the secrecy still seeping from Horace Mann today.
The Georgia Department of Corrections will not be forced to relocate Ashley Diamond, an inmate who said she’s been sexually assaulted in prison seven times in the last three years.
Welcome to the first installment of “16,” a BuzzFeed News series about ordinary people at the weirdest age. Meet an Atlanta teenager with trichotillomania who’s trying to be more than the girl in class who pulls her hair out.
For many victims who want to publicly tell their stories, anonymity for themselves or their assailants seems like the safe, smart decision. But as recent cases have shown, anonymity is no guarantee of protection from an increasingly hostile internet.
A 21-year-old Louisiana man said he was fired from a loan company after not agreeing to follow a female dress code.
Lawyers for Ashley Diamond, the transgender woman suing prison officials for denying her hormones, said they’re “pleased” and “reviewing the new policy.”