"His brutish handling of even mild critics is overshadowing more admirable policies."

Mark Di Stefano • 4 days ago

Carole Cadwalladr hired lawyers to threaten action against her broadcast partner and fell out with the New York Times and BBC in rows over access to sources.

Mark Di Stefano • 10 days ago

UK website the Canary ran an article attacking Carl David Goette-Luciak as a "novice reporter linked to the US regime-change machine" just days before he was arrested.

Mark Di Stefano • 13 days ago

The security expert told the woman in an email that he'd been trying to use a PayPal receipt to get her personal information, to help protect “her digital footprint”.

Ryan Broderick • 17 days ago

“No big cock-ups, no real controversies, no anti-Semitism scandals, yet.”

Mark Di Stefano • 20 days ago

She’s one of the most popular, prolific, and polarising figures on political Twitter, and theories about her identity and motivation are everywhere. Who really is @Rachael_Swindon?

Mark Di Stefano • 23 days ago

Alexander Downer told BuzzFeed News: "It’s not in Australia’s national interest that I get involved in this debate."

Mark Di Stefano • 26 days ago

“I fucking hope he sues me." —Elon Musk, Aug. 30, 2018.

Ryan Mac • 28 days ago

The British controversialist has to pay debts from a 2017 libel case over her tweets.

Mark Di Stefano • 29 days ago

"They have a paranoid, BBC-first mindset and it's almost like a siege mentality of anything critical of Brexit," a source at the news channel told BuzzFeed News.

Mark Di Stefano • One month ago

Press TV carried live coverage from inside the room during the vote against Joan Ryan, who chairs Labour Friends of Israel, even though everyone present had to show their Labour membership card.

Mark Di Stefano • One month ago

In an email to BuzzFeed News, Tesla CEO Elon Musk accused a Thai cave rescuer of moving to Thailand to take a child bride. The rescuer denied all the claims.

Ryan Mac • One month ago

The British magazine publicly confirmed it would continue to host the former presidential adviser despite a boycott from its #MeToo panel.

Mark Di Stefano • One month ago

Tribune is being relaunched to reach readers of new Corbynite sites like The Skwawkbox, as well as established print mags such as the New Statesman.

Mark Di Stefano • One month ago

The company's explanation comes as the UK government thinks about new laws to curb online abuse of politicians.

Mark Di Stefano • One month ago

It's one of many new proposals the Labour leader has for the future of the British media.

Mark Di Stefano • One month ago

The Labour leader has an idea to put a new “fee” on Facebook, Google, Amazon, and Netflix to inject new money into the broadcaster.

Mark Di Stefano • One month ago

"That's one of the many disadvantages of having a dog-whistling racist and misogynist as a patron..."

Mark Di Stefano • One month ago

One is a potential frontrunner to be the next UK prime minister; the other wants to help nationalists win in Europe. BuzzFeed News reports for the first time that they're in regular contact.

J. Lester Feder • 2 months ago

"You have corrupted discourse for the entire world by going along with these lies."

Mark Di Stefano • 2 months ago