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Other news organizations declined to run the explosive claims that had been circulating for months.
Prothero, based in Turkey, will cover transnational crime and terrorism.
”BuzzFeed News’s reporting is rooted in facts, not opinion; these are facts.”
*** UPDATED *** Hi guys! Just wanted to let you guys know that we ended up pulling the piece that Arabelle wrote about the
"There’s a tradition in American media of consigning minority groups to specialty publications, subsites and special verticals
BuzzFeed editor-in-chief Ben Smith told HuffPost that Hersh’s focus will be on “the non-military structures of American power
I had the pleasure of sitting one seat over from Emil Michael at the now-infamous Uber dinner in New York last week. Emil was originally seated next to me and moved over to greet Ben Smith as a guest.
Pfeiffer described the relationship between the press and the White House during an hourlong discussion Thursday morning
It turns out that BuzzFeed's Editor-in-Chief Ben Smith isn't really entirely sure, either. Smith told Poynter's Craig Silverman
Smith explains that Zuckerman hoped to emulate Cooke's business model of "reputation racketeering" which used one web property
WATCH the full interview below: "I'm not surprised at that," Weiner said. "But no, I don't have any view on the Comptroller's
If there's anyone who might need a drink during the unrelenting New York City mayoral campaign, it's Anthony Weiner. And
Our story begins late last week when I got a tweet from @AlphaInvictus telling me to go check Read more on NSFWCorp
This year's White House Correspondents' Dinner opened with one of D.C.'s most notorious politicians -- Rep. Frank Underwood
A standing-room-only crowd packed the hang-out area on the 11th floor of Buzzfeed's Flatiron District headquarters last night
On Sunday, October 21st,'s Ben Smith moderated a panel on social media and the new political landscape featuring New York Times Media Reporter Brian Stelter, founder Rachel Sklar and journalism legend Dan Rather.
But this election cycle, Politico is also competing with BuzzFeed to drive the online political conversation. Helmed by former