From the latest news to binge-watching suggestions to tips for caring for your mental health, we've got everything you need to know about coronavirus to stay safe and make the most of your time spent at home.
*instinctively sanitizes hands*
15 Dog Posts From This Week That You Need To See, According To Someone Who Has Good Taste In Dog Content (Me)
🎶 Sometimes my lips get stuck on my teefs. 🎶
Some style inspo for ya!
We asked coronavirus experts about their plans for the holidays during the pandemic: “Whatever you do, whoever you invite to sit around the table, you’re also inviting the virus.”
From the end of the US presidential election to natural disasters around the world, these are some of the most powerful photos of the week.
“I would be nervous every time I’m in the kitchen and they pick up a knife.”
“This is us saying: COVID-19 is a monster that has come into our communities and devastated our people, but we’re still going to show up,” one citizen of the Navajo Nation told BuzzFeed News.
It's the first voyage in the region since the pandemic shut down the cruise industry.
The governor of Illinois said he will also take more "more stringent action" statewide on containing the spread of COVID-19 "if the numbers keep going in the wrong direction."
"This almost looked like a very different film, with a very different cast."
A Man With COVID-19 Has Lost His Sense Of Taste And Is Eating Really Gross Foods To Show The Severity Of This Symptom
"I'm one of the lucky ones, to be honest."
America’s safety net for people with disabilities was never secure. In the pandemic, it’s failing them.
More than 60,000 Americans are currently hospitalized with COVID-19. Several states and cities are reporting ICUs are at full capacity.
“I love how much Stacey Abrams is just a nerd. We stan a nerd!”
“It doesn’t make sense to wait this long and not give you heart palpitations!”
At least seven COVID-19 infections have been confirmed in the newest White House cluster, including chief of staff Mark Meadows.
Doctors and scientists expect a night-and-day difference in how the Biden administration will seek to handle the coronavirus. Is it too late?
About 96 hours after polls closed, with his staff scattered around the country, Biden delivered the speech he had to put off for four straight nights — one his family had been waiting to hear for decades.
After four years of relentless attacks on science, researchers and doctors are hopeful that Biden will fight the pandemic and climate change.
I long to be as happy as the dog who stole a pound of butter...
Biden won a historic number of votes and defeated a sitting president. Now he will need to rush to address COVID-19 and deal with political divisions that Trump enabled.
IDK who needs to hear this but the mask goes over your nose.
Meadows' test result comes after an outbreak at the White House sickened more than two dozen people.
“Voters see in LGBTQ candidates an authenticity, a willingness to be truthful, a willingness to be honest.”
“Y’all want to talk about bringing America together? Elect Ariana Grande. She’s over here converting people, changing minds, and making people be apologetic about our choices.”
This summer, Anthony Fauci warned that the US would reach 100,000 new cases of COVID-19 a day if it didn’t get the virus under control. Now he’s warning we’ll see more deaths.
“Good for Denise. If this is what you need to do to find happiness and love, I support you girl.”
David Andahl, 55, died from the coronavirus last month.
“I have an unpopular opinion on our colleagues over at Fox. It’s that they’ve become full sadomasochists in many ways.”
Small crowds, rants about sharks, fat-shaming his own supporters...it's been quite a campaign for Trump.
These kids at the polls will bring some levity (hope?!) to a stressful Election Day.
“I see the Latinos really concerned about what's coming, and they're not just worried about what's coming in the upcoming years, but we're talking about the near future."
"Ensuring that ill voters can vote while maintaining poll worker and voter safety will be essential," public health officials say.
“The big neon sign is: If you are in line when polls close, you must be allowed to vote, so don’t get out of line no matter what anybody around you tells you.”
Biden ended where his campaign began — in Pennsylvania. But he sounded much different.
A couple days after the US broke its single-day record for coronavirus cases.
She Voted By Mail In Alabama. A Messy Court Fight Forced Her To Go In Person To Make Sure It Will Count.
"Everything we were trying to avoid, we were forced to face today."
Your camera can't be on if it's broken, right?
“If you have 400 people, and one person is infected, it can become a superspreader.”
Essential Workers Fed Up With Trump’s Coronavirus Response Have Spent Months Organizing For Election Day
"We’re looking to have elected officials in positions of government who take our plight seriously."
Choose your fighter: I'm Work From Home Barbie™!
Love this innovation.
Kendall Jenner Blew Out Her Birthday Candles In Front Of A Waiter And Here Is Exactly Why That Is Wrong
Are the Kardashians living in a different reality than the rest of us?
As he seeks to downplay the coronavirus pandemic, Trump has repeatedly tried to smear and discredit Anthony Fauci, the top US infectious disease expert.
Voting Is Always A Nightmare For People Without Secure Housing. Thanks To The Pandemic, It Just Got Harder.
“When I was homeless it was more about my well-being and a place to live. And I wanted to stay alive.” Now this voter is excited to be counted.
Phone-Banking Is Democrats’ Best Hope For Organizing In A Pandemic. It's Also Helping Volunteers Feel Less Lonely.
Democrats aren't doing as much on-the-ground organizing. But isolated in their homes, some are making hundreds of calls to get people to vote and find connection.
Here are some of the most interesting and powerful photo stories from across the internet.
Be like the 102-year-old great-aunt and GO VOTE!!!!!!!!!!!!
There is another vital vote taking place on Nov. 3 in California that could decide whether the gig economy can continue in the same format to which we’re all addicted.
According to these astrologers, we're in for a biiiiiiig one.
“I foresee a shaving/grooming kit gifted to him in the near future.”
BuzzFeed News spoke to election officials in all 50 states, and nearly everyone said the same thing: We want you to wear a mask, but we won’t stop you from voting if you refuse.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott had carved out voters and poll workers from the state’s mask rules.
The number of COVID-19 deaths "is almost nothing," Donald Trump Jr. said on a day when about 1,000 people in the US had died.
Ooky, spooky, and timely!
In this week's newsletter: Influencers are pushing Christmas up even earlier this year — but it may not be a bad idea, and I (Tanya) party-poop on some fun TikToks because of Third Wave COVID.
“What does baby Yoda taste like? A cursed thought.”
"Siblings Or Dating?" Is My Favorite Instagram Account To Come Out Of 2020, And You Need To Follow It
Well, which is it gonna be?
The Internet Has Already Decided It's Not Watching "Songbird," Which Is A Disaster Movie About COVID
It's the "making a pandemic-thriller movie in the middle of a pandemic" for me.
Experience some socially distant fun from your car as you enter the Stranger Things universe — and possibly The Upside Down.
School reopening has been a massive struggle for families experiencing homelessness in New York City. But without support from shelter workers, it could have been so much worse.
Conspiracy theories and collective delusions are often thought to be the purview of baby boomers on Facebook, but it’s clear that their children are also picking it up — and it’s their teachers who have to deal with it.
Khloé Kardashian Opened Up About Discovering She Had COVID-19 And Revealed How The Kardashian/Jenners Reacted
"I don't care about how beautiful of a place you have — being taken away from your child for that long was the most heart-wrenching thing."
“Nathan, the gentleman in the vomit-colored Men’s Warehouse suit, in desperate need of Bosley and a haircut.”
In a leaked email, an executive said, "we are not going to ban specific individuals from being guests on other people’s shows.”
You’ve heard the jokes about the most prominent Republican to die from the coronavirus. His family has seen them too.
A Dodgers Player Tested Positive For The Coronavirus During The World Series. When They Won, He Came Back To Celebrate.
"Just experienced every emotion you can possibly imagine."
Trump Brought Rage Toward Gretchen Whitmer And Doubt About The Kidnapping Plot To Michigan. He Had A Receptive Audience.
The plot against Whitmer “maybe” was “a problem, maybe it wasn't,” Trump told thousands of supporters at a Tuesday rally in Michigan.
The difference between the previous spikes in cases and the one we’re in now? COVID-19 cases are now rising almost everywhere.
“His responsibilities are talking on his giant phone and pulling scams that would get a brown person arrested.”
So far, schools don’t appear to be COVID-19 superspreading sites. But Scott Atlas’s assertion that there is “zero excuse” to keep classrooms closed is an oversimplification, experts say.
He’s About To Be The First Openly Gay Black Member Of Congress — And He’s Talking About Mental Health Like Few Politicians Ever Have
Ritchie Torres is grappling with how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting his likely New York district’s mental health and opening up about his own.
The Supreme Court Gave Republicans A Win In Wisconsin, Ruling That Ballots That Arrive After Election Day Won’t Count
The court voted 5–3 to leave in place Wisconsin’s Election Day deadline for absentee ballots to come in. Democrats argued that would disenfranchise potentially tens of thousands of voters.
“I think I have brought this up on the show before, but Sarah Jessica Parker as one of the Sanderson sisters was one of my first crushes.”
“At the end of the day, nobody is paying my rent for me, nobody’s gonna pay my car insurance, my phone bill, my cat food. Nothing.”
SO. MANY. PUPPIES.
Down in the polls with COVID-19 cases surging, Trump is desperately searching for a message that absolves him of responsibility and will resonate with voters.
A voting rights group had argued that getting a doctor’s sign-off would be too burdensome for many voters, particularly people of color.
White women in Wisconsin helped Trump win the presidency in 2016. Now they’re carrying a disproportionate amount of the pandemic’s economic burden.
Kumail Nanjiani's Tweets About The Coronavirus Are A Helpful Reminder To Keep Wearing Masks And Socially Distancing
“I feel like I work really hard to keep all these doors closed in my mind, to try and keep all these scary/sad/devastating thoughts out of my head.... Most days it works. But not today."
The top Trump aide told CNN that the administration was not going to control the pandemic as coronavirus cases surge across the country.
The vice president tested negative on Saturday, his office said.
Donald Trump rallied in a town that canceled its beloved pumpkin festival because of the coronavirus. The biggest crowd Kamala Harris saw was a long line of voters.
“A lot of people are one illness or injury away from bankruptcy,” Democratic Senate candidate MJ Hegar said.
After finding myself in the ER in March, I had to learn to listen to the world again.
This has been a year of wincing and waiting for the next blow. I’ve learned that hope is best understood not as an emotion, but an orientation.
“I think there’s a fairly obvious explanation. It’s that the ghost of Ruth Bader Ginsburg cursed him.”
Behold, the greatness!!!
From the violent crackdown against protesters in Nigeria to the ongoing election in the United States, here are some of the most powerful photos of this week.
“I’m chiding them for breaking the rules, and I had hooked up with this guy and was now potentially super-spreading to my family.”
The Presidential Debates Gave People Of Color Old Fights Over The Past And Little Insight Into The Future
The debates between Joe Biden and Donald Trump focused less on their plans for Black and brown Americans than on their pasts.
"We're Learning To Live With It": Trump Dismissed The Virus That's Killed 220,000 Americans And Put Him In The Hospital
During the final debate, President Donald Trump said the coronavirus was going away, even as a third wave of COVID-19 cases sweeps most of the country.
“I can’t say that Chris Pratt is necessarily a Republican boogeyman like many want him to be.”
"It is absolutely not a blockbuster drug or a miracle drug," one expert said. "We give it because we don’t have anything better."
“What I’m trying to do is engage more Americans in speaking up about what they need,” said Katie Porter.