She Paid A Lawyer Thousands Of Dollars To Apply For A Green Card. She Got A Deportation Order Instead.
Edith Duran fell victim to one of the most common and effective frauds that play off the hopes and fears of vulnerable undocumented immigrants: The “10-year law.”
How Facebook Failed The Rohingya In Myanmar
The UN calls Myanmar’s treatment of the Muslim Rohingya minority a genocide, and says Facebook has done little to tackle hate speech. Analysis by BuzzFeed News sheds new light on Facebook's failures.
They Played Dominoes Outside Their Apartment For Decades. Then The White People Moved In And Police Started Showing Up.
“This used to be a bad neighborhood.” Two areas of New York City that have recently gentrified have a corresponding high rate of quality-of-life complaints, which sometimes draws police attention.
The Bodies Of Thousands Of Potential Hurricane Victims Have Been Burned In Puerto Rico
Identifying deaths related to Hurricane Maria could provide families with access to FEMA funeral funds and could also change what insurance benefits a family gets.
By The Time Trump Showed Up, Over 550 People More Than Usual Had Died In Puerto Rico After The Hurricane
Two weeks after the storm, Trump boasted that the official death count in Puerto Rico was 16 people.
These Senators Want The Government To Collect Data On Sexual Harassment In The Workforce
The Labor Department refused to collect the data. So Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and others are demanding the Government Accountability Office do it.
A National Guard Member Died While Trying To Help Rescue Someone During The Maryland Flash Floods
Eddison Hermond, a member of the National Guard and an Air Force veteran, was last seen trying to save a shopkeeper from the flash floods in Ellicott City.
A National Guard Member Seen Helping A Woman During The Flash Floods Has Gone Missing
Eddison Alexander Hermond was swept away in Ellicott City, Maryland, witnesses said.
Congress Released 3,500 Facebook Ads Bought By Russia. Here Are The Top 10 By Views.
They targeted "brave Police Officers" and "Woke Blacks."
Facebook Has Watched You Browse The Web For Years. And No, “Clear History” Won’t Really Stop It.
“When you see what they see, it’s going to be very terrifying for everyone.”
The Director Behind “This Is America” Is Known For Telling Stories About Race In His Videos
Director Hiro Murai is a master at making you feel something.
The Caravan Of Asylum-Seekers In Mexico Is Running Into A Massively Backlogged US System
The number of approved asylum applications has roughly stayed the same over time. But the total number of applications received every year has risen drastically.
March For Our Lives Rallies Made A Huge Push To Register Teen Voters Across The US
Registering young people to vote was a top priority for the thousands of people who rallied across the US Saturday as part of the March for Our Lives protests against gun violence.
A Facebook User Just Sued Over The Cambridge Analytica Scandal
A Maryland woman said she was targeted by political ads on Facebook in the 2016 election.
3 Simple Ways We Give Up A Ton Of Very Personal Information To Facebook And Random Apps
Step 1: Sign up for Facebook.
How Facebook Groups Are Being Exploited To Spread Misinformation, Plan Harassment, And Radicalize People
Mark Zuckerberg wants to get a billion people in “meaningful” Facebook groups. But to get there he’ll have to battle the spammers, hackers, and trolls who exploit and hijack groups to make money or sow chaos.
We Compared Several Years Of Oscars Best Picture Scripts To See If They Really Became More Diverse
BuzzFeed News analyzed the film scripts of all Best Picture nominees from 2017, 2015, and 1989 to find out just how diverse major speaking roles are.
Prosecutors Say These Two Russian Troll Accounts Messed With The 2016 Election. Here Are 50 Of Their Most Popular Tweets.
Thirteen Russian nationals and three Russian entities were indicted for meddling with the 2016 US election. Read 50 of their most popular tweets.
Active Shooter Training In American Schools Has Become The New Normal
Roughly 88% of all K–12 students across the US attend schools that have a plan in place for possible emergencies. Today, the vast majority of these plans include active shooters as a threat.
This Senator Wants The Government To Measure How Sexual Harassment Harms Women’s Financial Security
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand sent a letter to the Labor Department saying workers who experienced sexual harassment were more likely to experience financial stress than those who didn’t — and as a result, they were 6.5 times more likely to change jobs.