YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki was one of several tech and media executives who attacked Facebook at a conference in California on Monday.
BuzzFeed News warned in a tweet on Wednesday that a viral image of an Iranian woman defiantly removing her headscarf is “old,” despite being taken only a week earlier.
A former staffer for Rep. Ruben Kihuen (D., Nev.) who has accused the congressman of sexual harassment said members of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee have not contacted her despite first reporting her complaints a year and a half ago.
A BuzzFeed News reporter was castigated Tuesday night after he said that recognizing the victims of communism over the past century is a “white nationalist talking point.”
BuzzFeed announced Monday it has hired a former CNN reporter who resigned after penning an unverified story, which the network was later forced to retract.
Senior CNN executives have discussed giving White House correspondent Jim Acosta his own show.
A Buzzfeed defense of Montana Democrat Rob Quist’s numerous performances at an Idaho nudist resort is riddled with factual errors.
BuzzFeed published a sympathetic piece about a group of transgender gamers excluded from a tournament for women, only to discover the trans women were actually just male pranksters.
President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch was accused of plagiarizing parts of his 2006 book from a 1984 law review article by an Indiana lawyer without citing the source.
A group of anti-Trump liberals and Democratic operatives were tricked into paying thousands of dollars for documents that made explosive claims about President Donald Trump, but turned out to be forgeries.