- "Critics of America's self-proclaimed toughest sheriff on Wednesday called for his resignation and for the federal government to indict him and take control of his office amid allegations of corruption, racial profiling, and misspending.
"The call for action comes after a recent investigation revealed evidence of corruption among Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's top commanders, and emails cited in court documents showed that top deputies circulated offensive jokes about Mexicans even as they were being scrutinized over allegations of racial profiling."
- "One result has been the creation of “rainbow congregations” across the country, like the congregation Moore helps pastor in Louisville, Highview Baptist. An active adoption ministry has brought 140 adopted children into the congregation in the past five years. These children don’t recognize the flags of their home countries, Moore proudly noted at a 2010 conference, but they can all sing 'Jesus Loves Me.'"
- "People in Newham, which is one of London’s most ethnically diverse boroughs, have for years been able to read newspapers in dozens of languages at the council’s libraries. "Sir Robin Wales, elected Labour Mayor of the east London borough, said removing the papers would 'encourage people to speak and learn English'."
- "Players from the original black-blanc-beur team entered the fray this week, leaving their 1998 team spirit behind as they took up positions on current national coach Laurent Blanc – himself a member of the ’98 golden team – who is reported to have been 'favourable' towards the controversial quotas.
"Not surprisingly, the same world champions who were united in 1998 are deeply divided today. Worse still, their differences seem to depend on their ethnicity, with black players slating Blanc’s alleged behaviour, while white players refuse to acknowledge it."