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Here is the criminal complaint against defendant Jake Patterson

Here is the criminal complaint against defendant Jake Patterson

On January 10, Wisconsin teenager Jayme Closs escaped from a home where she allegedly had been kept hidden and asked for help, police said, ending a nearly three-month search for her.
Molly Ringwald crowns a new teen queen

Molly Ringwald crowns a new teen queen

Molly Ringwald's name is synonymous with the '80s and teenage angst.
What court filings tell us about Trump-Cohen allegations

What court filings tell us about Trump-Cohen allegations

There are a handful of distinct areas where reporting from BuzzFeed's bombshell lines up with court records, including the charging documents against Michael Cohen, sentencing memos and hearings.
Second Trump-Kim summit announced

Second Trump-Kim summit announced

The White House announced Friday that a second summit will take place between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in February.
Pelosi fires back after Trump grounds her war-zone trip

Pelosi fires back after Trump grounds her war-zone trip

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi speaks after President Donald Trump halted her trip hours before she was to jet off to Afghanistan on a government aircraft.
2018's market losers are 2019's big winners

2018's market losers are 2019's big winners

Some of 2018's biggest market dogs are now among the best performers so far this year.
Netflix is burning through cash. This can't last forever

Netflix is burning through cash. This can't last forever

Netflix is winning the streaming wars by burning staggering amounts of cash.
Analysis: Pelosi's big accusation against the White House

Analysis: Pelosi's big accusation against the White House

Speaker Nancy Pelosi canceled a planned trip to visit troops in Afghanistan Friday, after -- her office alleged in a statement -- the White House leaked the details of the congressional delegation's
States race to distribute February food stamps amid shutdown

States race to distribute February food stamps amid shutdown

The nation's 38 million food stamp recipients will get their February benefits early amid the partial government shutdown.
Reporter with checkered past comes back with Trump story

Reporter with checkered past comes back with Trump story

Jason Leopold and Anthony Cormier, two reporters for BuzzFeed News, may have just scored the scoop that, if it is ultimately confirmed, irrevocably changes the course of the Trump presidency. If so,
Women's March is mired in exclusion

Women's March is mired in exclusion

I still get chills remembering how hopeful I felt marching, chanting down the streets of Los Angeles alongside hundreds of thousands of women during the first Women's March in 2017, knowing that
America's oil boom is terrible for the climate

America's oil boom is terrible for the climate

America's push for oil and gas supremacy could lead to a "climate catastrophe," a new report has warned.
These are the Americans killed in Syria

These are the Americans killed in Syria

Four Americans -- an Army chief warrant officer, a Navy chief cryptologic technician, a Defense Department civilian, and a contractor -- died in the suicide bombing in Syria this week.