Broadcasting emergency alert tones during nonemergencies and outside of proper testing is a “serious public safety concern,” according to the FCC.
“We were a little sad, honestly,” one bride told BuzzFeed News.
Donatella Versace offered a personal apology on her Instagram, saying that she had never “wanted to disrespect China’s National Sovereignty.”
Walmart is one of the biggest sellers of firearms and ammunition in the United States.
"See Your Halo" was shot by Tyler Mitchell, the first black photographer to shoot a cover for Vogue.
"Trump is Trump...You know why? Nothing's happened to him yet."
These Harvard Law Students Said The School Didn’t Do Enough After They Were Targeted With Racist And Sexist Messages
“I cannot believe that an institution would not take action."
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.
Griffin revealed she hasn’t reached out to her former friend since the death of his mother last month.
AfroFuture Fest revoked its race-based pricing after charging white customers $20 and people of color $10.
Tisha Rowe said an American Airlines flight attendant would not let her back on the plane unless she covered up with a blanket.
Pharrell Williams granted the entire graduating class of Harlem Children's Zone Promise Academy a guaranteed internship.
Thorne opened up about her past and present in a collection of newly published poems, she told BuzzFeed News’ Profile.
His Holiness said he believes that physical beauty is a must for a female Dalai Lama.
Highlights For Children — Yes, That Highlights — Is Blasting The Trump Administration’s Immigration Policies
This children’s magazine is calling for its readers to “speak out” against family separation.
In honor of the food connoisseur and world traveler, happy Bourdain Day.
Air Canada is launching an investigation into how a woman was abandoned on a plane after falling asleep before landing.
The Oscar-nominated Aussie actor told BuzzFeed News about her experience working with “ratbags” and “shitheads.”
Dame's founders claim in their suit that the MTA violated their rights to "free speech, due process, and equal protection" by blocking the ads.