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Topic - Buzzfeed
BuzzFeed is a website that combines a technology platform for detecting viral content with an editorial selection process to provide a snapshot of "the viral web in realtime." Cofounded in 2006 by Jonah Peretti (who is also cofounder of The Huffington Post), BuzzFeed is located in SoHo, New York. - Source: Wikipedia
The State Department wants to plunk down $400,000 in taxpayer money for a camel sculpture at the new U.S. Embassy being built in Islamabad, Pakistan, according to a report Monday.
The Obama administration is poised to give the Yemen Air Force a fleet of two-seater propeller planes — akin to what's used to dust crops — that have been modified so they can carry laser-guided missiles and a high-tech intelligence system.
Hillary Rodham Clinton raised the specter of Nazi-occupied Germany while making public comments about the military dispute between Russia and Ukraine, reportedly likening Russian President Vladimir Putin to Adolph Hitler.
For a compulsive online quiz-taker like Chrissy Noh, the temptation was too great to resist: "Which sandwich are you?"
On Wednesday, Facebook bought social media platform WhatsApp for $16 billion. But was the price worth it?
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld had a blunt reply to a Buzzfeed reporter who questioned why the star's shows seemed low on the diversity scale — that he never used anything or anybody considered non-white.
BrewDog, an independent brewery headquartered in Britain, has come up with a novel approach to protest Russia President Vladimir Putin's views of gays, just in time for the Olympics: The anti-Putin beer.
Rachel — a Reddit poster who didn't give a last name — thought the guy named Bill who was serving as her Secret Santa in the website's annual gift exchange was just a nice-sounding young man. A "friendly fellow," actually.
Twitchy, the Twitter aggregation site owned by conservative pundit Michelle Malkin, has been sold to Salem Communications, which runs Hotair.com and Townhall.com, BuzzFeed first reported.
A Michigan Republican running for a U.S. Senate seat is likely striking a chord with tea party types who favor limited government, with a mantra that reminds government is a servant.
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul acknowledged Tuesday he had failed to properly source material in published writings, including a column in The Washington Times, after a string of embarrassing plagiarism accusations surfaced in recent days.
An active-duty Army captain and member of Anonymous spoke with BuzzFeed on condition of anonymity about the prevalence of the "hacktivist" organization within the military and how the U.S. can look forward to plenty more leaks in the future.
Kim Jong Un visited a North Korea factory on Saturday where the country's first smartphone, the Arirang, is being developed.
Social media erupted Wednesday after a reporter for the Times of India, the largest English daily in the world, published a controversial article about women.
A Georgia museum is catching flack for prohibiting a wheelchair-bound girl, 11, from entering because her wheels would dirty the carpets.