Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes holds the trophy after defeating the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFL Super Bowl on Sunday.
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The Super Bowl is more than a game — it’s an ecosystem of parties, the halftime show, the ads and 100 million people watching despite the sport’s ugly and dangerous side.
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Three ways to support smaller businesses in the current economic downturn.
The UK could learn from the kind of action Scotland is taking on drug deaths.
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The Misuse of Drugs act started decades of criminalisation-centred drug policy that hasn’t worked.
With streaming, people listen to individual tracks but the Mercury Prize is all about albums, is it still relevant?
When local law enforcement agencies get military surplus equipment, like armored vehicles, local sheriffs are more likely to get reelected.
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Sheriffs in less populated counties got bigger boosts from military surplus than sheriffs in more populated counties.
An anti-Islamic protester during a demonstration at Toronto City Hall on March 4, 2017.
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The need for security agencies and the media to view and present Islam and Muslims as constant potential threats feeds into a dangerously violent and deadly Islamophobia.
The Office for National Statistics reports the highest drug deaths since records began in 1993.
It’s time there was a serious policy response to the other key drivers of homicide rates, like poverty and austerity.
A memorial for Grenfell Tower.
The public inquiry into Grenfell makes its first report – but those responsible for the circumstances leading up to the fire are yet to face the consequences.
Cocaine is the third most commonly used drug among people aged 16 to 24.
Getting hold of illegal drugs is easier than ever, with home deliveries and even loyalty cards.
‘Tis the season to spend.
Months of low advertising spending has been blown out of the water by a Christmas splurge.
A court has ruled that pre-existing mental health problems can be taken into account.
Warnings were loud and clear.
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A former BBC special correspondent looks at why fundamental lessons weren’t learnt after the deadly Lakanal Fire that he investigated in 2009.
Police guard the scene of the attack in Finsbury Park.
The north London mosque has worked hard to recover from the dark days of the 1990s. It didn’t deserve to become the victim of extremism.
Iraqi officials at the site of a suspected mass grave south of Mosul in November 2016.
When mass graves are disturbed, it makes it harder to find out the truth about what happened.
Technology can help identify and weed out fake news.
Fraternity is often forgotten.
French law prohibits the collection of any data based on race, ethnicity or religion. But this leaves minorities vulnerable.
Tunde Jaji with his old teacher and the mayor of Bournemouth.
Ten years ago as a BBC special correspondent Kurt Barling broke the story of a teenager who had been abused as a domestic servant. Now he reports on what happened next.
The ranks of a ‘new urban poor’ in Europe are swelling.