A judge initially refused to issue an arrest warrant, but agreed following a fuller explanation about how the government had determined the suspect wasn’t a member of the press.
The change comes after one report found that ICE had detained more than 4,500 pregnant people between 2016 and 2018.
Trump was kicked off Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube for inciting the Jan. 6 riots at the US Capitol.
After the Fox News host alleged he was being spied on by the Biden administration, the NSA released a rare statement, calling the claims untrue.
More than 500 arrests and counting.
The Brooklyn Borough president will likely be the next mayor of the country’s largest city.
A CDC Investigation Says West Virginia Needs Needle Exchanges — Which The State Outlawed — To Stop Its HIV Outbreak
A CDC investigation obtained by BuzzFeed News shows “low-barrier” needle exchanges are needed to stop an HIV outbreak in West Virginia. “There's a lot of suffering documented in this,” one expert said.
The far right has hammered away at the narrative that critical race theory is radical and anti-white. And now Republicans are using that story to try to win midterm elections.
The indictments against the Trump Organization and a longtime executive ramp up the legal pressure on Trump.
Donald Trump was not personally charged, but this marks the beginning of a new era of legal exposure for the former president.
In a 6–3 decision, the court upheld Arizona voting laws that the challengers argued discriminated against Native American, Latino, and Black voters.
The painful and slow release of information about the missing has left the Florida community suspended in hope and mourning, unclear what to do next.
The committee passed on a nearly partisan line, with only a handful of Republicans voting in favor of the measure.
In a government accountability report about facial recognition, five federal agencies said they didn't use Clearview AI. Data reviewed by BuzzFeed News suggests they should have.
Mark Grods testified before the grand jury as part of his plea deal.
Wisconsin Republicans Said They'd Hire Three Former Cops To Investigate The 2020 Election. It’s Not At All Clear What They Are Doing.
The identity of one of the investigators isn't even known.
The moratorium, which has protected renters during the coronavirus pandemic, is currently set to expire at the end of July.
“These numbers are going to skyrocket as long as the border activity stays up,” one former ICE director said.
Gavin Grimm Won A Huge Battle For Trans Student Rights. He Said It’s A “Nightmare” That A Child Had To Fight It.
The US Supreme Court on Monday declined to revisit a lower court decision in Grimm’s favor in a yearslong fight over what bathroom he could use at school.
“Jesus Christ would have to come down and tell me that Biden won before I would ever believe it,” one Donald Trump supporter said at the former president’s first rally of 2021.
Secret intelligence reports are offering up answers to three big scientific mysteries — but the speculation doesn't always square up with science.
“Where we believe the civil rights of Americans have been violated, we will not hesitate to act,” Attorney General Merrick Garland said.
The EPA Just Announced A $50 Million Push To Help Underserved Communities Tackle Pollution And Get Jobs
“This is the most aggressive approach to tackling environmental injustice and equity issues,” EPA Administrator Michael Regan told BuzzFeed News.
Sidney Powell And Mike Lindell Are Using Dominion’s Defamation Suit To Boost The Election Fraud Claims That Got Them Sued
A judge heard arguments on Thursday on efforts by Powell, Lindell, and Rudy Giuliani to get Dominion’s lawsuits dismissed.
Police body camera footage from the Capitol riots was released after legal action by BuzzFeed News and a coalition of media outlets.
Giuliani's suspension order cites his "demonstrably false and misleading statements" about the 2020 election.
A Member Of The Oath Keepers Who Stormed The Capitol Has Pleaded Guilty To Conspiring To Block Certification Of The Election
Graydon Young, who will cooperate with prosecutors, said he was attempting to intimidate and coerce elected officials when he entered the Capitol with more than a dozen members of the Oath Keepers.
Anna Morgan-Lloyd’s sentence sets a benchmark for the hundreds of people charged with low-level misdemeanors for participating in the Jan. 6 insurrection.
Andrew Yang conceded soon after polls closed in New York’s mayoral primary. This is what his campaign looked like at the end, as he fell from frontrunner to defeat.
Results from the NYC mayoral primaries.