40% Of All Homeless People Last Year Were Black, While Black People Only Make Up 13% Of The Population
Roughly 568,000 individuals were without a home last year, according to a new government report.
A Group Of Women Occupying An Empty House In A Gentrified Neighborhood Because “Housing Is A Human Right” Were Forcibly Evicted
“Housing is a human right,” said Dominique Walker, who took over an Oakland house that was in foreclosure and sold to an investment company.
South Carolina Is One Of Four States Without Hate Crime Laws. Politicians Are Trying To Fix That, Again.
More than four years after a white supremacist opened fire in a historically black church in Charleston, lawmakers are now pointing to attacks on Jews in New York and New Jersey enact a law.
Identity politics and race dominate what we talk about on the internet. How honest can we be about interracial dating to one another? We built a bot who'll listen and share other people's thoughts (with their consent).
"I'm trying to live."
Murphy returned to the show for the first time in 35 years and pointed out that a lot has changed.
We asked the BuzzFeed News team what scenes and moments they're unable to forget after this decade of TV and movies.
Reports That A Racist Manifesto Was AirDropped To Syracuse Students Are Being Called An “Unsubstantiated Rumor” By Officials
The AirDrop reports came amid a series of other racist incidents that made students and faculty members feel unsafe over the past two weeks.
Twitter Has Suspended Several Accounts That Tweeted “I Hired Donald Trump To Fire People Like Yovanovitch"
A spokesperson for Twitter said they're looking into whether the phrase is trending organically.
How to be a private public person as you’re figuring out how to be an adult.
Schools are using a dragnet to scan social media for threats. They're finding a lot of jokes on Twitter.
A Lot Of Employees Are Fine With Their Company Working With ICE And Border Protection, This Survey Suggests
After employees at an iconic ad agency confronted management about a contract with US Customs and Border Protection, BuzzFeed News conducted a Fishbowl survey with five firms that do similar work.
A new book is providing details on the investigation into Justice Brett Kavanaugh's conduct during college as well as a new allegation.
As government bodies struggle to stop mass shootings at schools, districts are buying software to monitor teens’ social media. BuzzFeed News wants to know how students are affected.
One mother was apparently killed while shielding her 2-month-old son.
This Transcript Shows How Trump's Border Camps Have Thrown A Top Advertising Firm Into Internal Crisis
"This is about people, not just about money," an Ogilvy employee told CEO John Seifert.
“We’re willing to work with companies that sell big tobacco. We’re willing to work with companies that contribute to obesity rates. And I guess, what I’m mostly hearing is that we’re willing to work with companies that are allowing children to die.”
The Associated Press estimated the student debt of the class to be up to $40 million, but the Smith camp did not confirm the size of the gift.
SNL's Leslie Jones Blasted Anti-Abortion Laws And Said Lawmakers Can't Tell Her What To Do With Her Body
"When you take a woman's choice away, you take away their freedom," she said.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s fans and enemies are inventing a new kind of politics: fandoms and anti-fandoms that drive how we bond over candidates online. Today’s Instagram sticker is the new campaign button.