The Cities Where The Cops See No Hate
The victims were beaten or threatened with deadly weapons. They were taunted with racist or anti-gay abuse. Yet the police decided these weren’t hate crimes.
Is Your Home At Risk From Wildfire? Check These Maps.
We don’t know exactly when and where wildfires will strike, but almost two decades of fire history show the areas at highest risk.
Why California Can’t Chainsaw Its Way Out Of A Raging Inferno
“This is a home ignition problem much more than a wildland management problem,” one fire ecologist said.
Is Your Home At Risk Of Flooding From Rising Seas By 2050? Check This Map.
Homeowners in these areas will need to get used to flooding year after year.
A Star Neuroscientist Allegedly Drugged And Sexually Assaulted A Grad Student At A Scientific Meeting
Vanderbilt University placed David Sweatt on leave in August, after the allegation surfaced on Twitter. Records obtained by BuzzFeed News show that the school was warned he was a “potential safety threat” in 2017.
How Russia’s Online Trolls Engaged Unsuspecting American Voters — And Sometimes Duped The Media
By impersonating US activists on the left and right, Russia’s online trolls got Americans’ eyeballs on their content. But we still don’t know whether the Kremlin’s meddling changed anyone’s real-world behavior.
Documents Show That Arizona State Investigated A Slew Of Allegations Against Physicist Lawrence Krauss
“It is inconceivable how a faculty member in the course of carrying out his work responsibilities could believe that the conduct would ever be appropriate,” the university’s provost wrote.
Celebrity Physicist Lawrence Krauss Will Retire From Arizona State In Wake Of Harassment Investigation
In February, BuzzFeed News revealed a decadelong history of allegations against the famous physicist.
The Method That Snared The Golden State Killer Suspect Could Find More Than Half Of Americans From Their DNA, Scientists Say
The researchers want genetic testing companies to “sign” the DNA profiles they produce with a secure code — limiting access to databases by cops.
Here’s Where Hurricane Michael’s Storm Surge May Hit Hardest
Experts predict potentially life-threatening storm surges — as high as 12 feet — in parts of the Florida Panhandle.
Hurricane Michael Strengthens To An Extremely Dangerous Category 4 Storm As It Nears Florida's Coast
“We know that a storm like Michael can be devastating and deadly,” said Florida Gov. Rick Scott.
These Updating Maps Show Predicted Wind, Rain, And Floods From Hurricane Michael
The forecasts, which are from the National Hurricane Center and the National Weather Service, will update automatically.
A Dean At Arizona State Has Formally Recommended That Lawrence Krauss Be Fired
In February, BuzzFeed News revealed a decadelong history of sexual misconduct allegations against Arizona State University professor Lawrence Krauss.
Here’s What Critics Say About That Big New Hoax On Gender Studies
The hoaxers say that gender, race theory, and sexuality studies are corrupting academia. Critics say the experiment was itself a biased sham.
This Top Lab Suspended A Theoretical Physicist After He Made Sexist Comments At A Gender And Science Meeting
Physics is not biased against women, but does discriminate against men, Alessandro Strumia claimed.
Scientists And Lawmakers Slammed This Health Agency For Its Weak Policies On Sexual Harassment
The National Institutes of Health spends $30 billion a year on medical research. Critics say the agency isn’t doing enough to fight sexual harassment.
Here’s How Much Rain Is Still To Come From Florence
The maps will update with the latest National Weather Service forecasts.
Here’s How Climate Change Put Hurricane Florence On Steroids
“This kind of study really brings home the point that dangerous climate change is here now,” one researcher said.
This Is Where Rain From Florence Could Trigger Big Inland Floods
Parts of the Carolinas could get more than 40 inches of rain. That threatens flooding a long way from the coast.