After multiple clashes with civilians—alongside many other allegations of wrongdoing—there have been calls for the police force in South Yorkshire, England to be completely disbanded. Here's how it got to that point.
Steve Evans is a mirror into the soul of modern football, and the sooner we come to terms with that the better.
Any woman who has ever sent a nude Snapchat at 3 AM can relate to Karen. Anybody who has ever tried, and failed, to use their breasts to get a free drink. Anyone who secretly wants to be a little bit famous.
In 2014, a series of often seemingly intertwining child sex abuse stories have engulfed the UK in what has become the biggest scandal of modern times.
To some sophisticated gangs in Northern England, turning young girls into prostitutes is just another lucrative business.
The revelation in August that 1,400 children had been abused and exploited in the South Yorkshire town of Rotherham between 1997 and 2013 "is just the tip of the iceberg."
We know next to nothing about child abuse in Britain.
A security guard in Rotherham says that he told many agencies that gangs were abusing and raping young women in the center of town, but no one did anything.
Shaun Wright, the police commissioner criticised over his handling of child sex abuse cases, has finally stepped down. But he is not the only official accused of failing to protect the area's children.
Everyone's claiming that they didn't know the scale of the abuse. In fact, they either did know, or should have known.
An English Defence League protest that was meant to draw attention to a local child abuse scandal degenerated, to no one's great surprise, into an sectarian brawl between groups of racists.
The town where British Pakistani gangs abused 1,400 children has become a magnet for nationalist groups trying to whip up racial tension.