A team of criminologists has found that every 10 to 17 new cops added by a city police department can be expected to save one black person from being murdered. Read more
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With Black Friday right around the corner, Campus Reform reporter Ophelie Jacobson went to the University of Florida to talk with students about the name. Read more
Rightwing extremists are using Covid controversies and online gaming as a way of recruiting young people, as data shows half of the most serious cases of suspected radicalisation reported by schools and colleges now involve far-right activity. Read more
China says its policies aimed at narrowing the widening wealth gap are precisely what it needs in this moment of its economic trajectory - but critics say it comes with even greater control of how business and society will be governed. Read more
A grandfather has told of how he lost money saved for Christmas presents after his family were duped by fraudsters on WhatsApp. Read more
Wake up, reach for your phone, open Instagram and start scrolling. Read more
A firm which claims to have a database of more than 10 billion facial images has breached Australia's privacy laws, Australian regulators say. Read more
Streets have been eerily quiet in recent months as coronavirus lockdowns imposed by governments around the world hit the pause button on normal life. Read more
Round-the-clock surveillance of students’ accounts raises tricky privacy concerns. And do they really help keep kids safe? Read more
Survey of parents of first-year students found 98% felt extreme grief after the closeness of lockdown Read more