BuzzFeed News pushes further than its competitors. Can it handle the consequences? It happened fast. Just like everything else in Trumpland. On January 10th, CNN published an explosive story: a dossier
New York (CNN) — Gregory Locke was enjoying his Saturday night after dinner with friends in Manhattan when he boarded the No. 1 subway train at 50th Street to head uptown. Almost immediately, he knew was
At work, sharing the right aspects of yourself in the right ways is an art form. Disclosures that feel like relationship builders in the moment can wind up as obvious no-nos with hindsight. At work, sharing
MoMA has swapped out Picasso and Matisse paintings for works by artists from Muslim-majority countries
A poignant political protest is taking place on the walls of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. The museum, located just two blocks from Trump Tower in midtown Manhattan, transformed its galleries
Protests have raged around the country since President Trump issued his executive order on refugees, with demonstrations taking place at airports, in parks and outside Congress members' offices and homes.
At least 24 Portland cafes have joined the “Nationwide Coffee Fundraiser For The ACLU,” organized by Sprudge, a Portland-based coffee culture publication. The fundraiser runs today through Sunday, February
By Rachel Manteuffel Rachel Manteuffel Email Bio Follow Rachel Manteuffel works in The Post’s Editorial department. Dear the Honorable Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, How are you? No, really, how are you?
President Donald Trump's first two weeks in office began with a slew of executive orders, controversial tweets, hanging up on an ally, and a continued accusation of news media outlets delivering "fake
U.S. news A federal judge in Washington state on Friday temporarily blocked President Donald Trump’s executive order that put a hold on entry to the U.S. of people from seven predominantly Muslim nations.
They’ve been squaring off for years. Now New York’s attorney general is emerging as the leader of the Trump resistance. “I like you. You and me, we’re going to be best friends.” It is early January, and
After nearly 13 years in orbit around Saturn, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft is now preparing for its “Grand Finale.” In April of 2017, Cassini will begin a series of dives between the gas giant’s cloudtops
Legal experts explain how the future of LGBTQ civil rights will be tested over the next few years. On Tuesday night, President Donald Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch to fill the Supreme Court seat left vacant
The executive director of the ACLU explains that the organization knew this was coming. And that it's prepping to spend the next four years in court. (With help from the 100,000-plus new members who joined
The Trapizzino — a handheld food that’s essentially a pizza pocket sandwich — will soon become available on the Lower East Side at a restaurant named after the food. Since pizzaiolo Stefano Callegari the
Timing is everything in politics, as French Queen Marie Antoinette learned two centuries ago, and Ivanka Trump was reminded of over the weekend. "Let them eat cake!" mocked the tweets and Instagram comments
I spoke with the man who helped resettle refugee families like mine to learn why the president’s new restrictions on Muslims entering the U.S. is such a major departure from the past. In 1989, my family
Money is pouring in as the organization blocks Trump's executive order. The American Civil Liberties Union collected an astonishing $24 million in online donations over the weekend after it swooped in
1 Million Brits Sign Petition To Block Trump's State Visit Due To 'Misogyny And Vulgarity' [UPDATED]
Signatures surged in the wake of Trump's executive order targeting Muslims. More than 1 million people have signed a British petition demanding that President Donald Trump be denied a state dinner with