The Most Influential Stories You Can’t Miss This Week

This week for BuzzFeed News, Melissa Gira Grant reveals that heroism does not always lead to happy endings. Read it and other great stories from BuzzFeed and around the web.

An Escort Killed Her Client In Self-Defense — Then Came The Aftermath — BuzzFeed News

An Escort Killed Her Client In Self-Defense — Then Came The Aftermath — BuzzFeed News

Last summer, Neal Falls tried to murder Heather Saul — and police suspect she wasn’t the first escort he targeted. After killing him in self-defense, she was hailed as a vigilante hero, flooded with support, and turned into a symbol of the perils of sex work, but she wasn’t ready for any of it. Read it at BuzzFeed News.

Clay Rodery for BuzzFeed News

Searching for Sundar Pichai — BuzzFeed News

Searching for Sundar Pichai — BuzzFeed News

You may not know him by name just yet, but he’s one of the most powerful people alive. Mat Honan learns how Googl's new CEO Sundar Pichai wants to bring the internet to the rest of the world, all while winning back your trust. Read it at BuzzFeed News.

Vivek Singh for BuzzFeed News

Lost in TrumplandiaThe New Republic

Lost in Trumplandia — The New Republic

Patricia Lockwood steps outside of her comfort zone in an attempt to decipher Trumpmania. « I was there as a person who thought a great deal about farce, and where it turned into something else. » Read it at The New Republic.

Mark Abramson for The New Republic

Why the New Year’s Attacks on Women in Germany Weren’t Even a Crime — BuzzFeed News

Why the New Year's Attacks on Women in Germany Weren't Even a Crime — BuzzFeed News

Feminists and conservatives, liberals and racists all say they want nothing more than to protect women’s rights. But right now even German law doesn’t do that. Jina Moore reports from Cologne. Read it at BuzzFeed News.

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