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Former US Secretary of State Colin Powell says the jury verdict that freed the killer of Florida teenager Trayvon Martin was “questionable.”

Jay-Z owns Wireless festival

Live review: Jay-Z and Justin Timberlake close Wireless Festival at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London

"H to the izz-O, V to the izz-A/ For shizzle my nizzle used to dribble down to VA,” Jay-Z maintains on his rousing anthem “Izzo (HOVA)”. The nizzle does feel shizzled at this sizzling, three-day urban festival.

Horse meat

Horsemeat scandal documentary goes behind-the-scenes at Iceland supermarket

A new documentary series goes behind-the-scenes at frozen food giant Iceland as it deals with the fall-out from the horsemeat scandal.

Latitude 2013: Five minutes with... Will Storr

Will Storr is a novelist and an award winning longform journalist, who will also be at this year's Latitude.

This burger is 14 years old

14 years after it was made the 'World's oldest hamburger' looks like it hasn't aged a day...

There appeared to be no evidence of fungus, mould or rotten meat on the hamburger from 1999

Steve Earle & the Dukes (and Duchesses), The Low Highway (New West)

Album review: Steve Earle & the Dukes (and Duchesses), The Low Highway (New West)

Steve Earle's latest album pulls no punches in its survey of the American social landscape. The “low highway” of the title track is a sort of hardship highway travelled by the underclass. It's Springsteen territory, occupied with pride in songs like “21st Century Blues” and the elegiac closer “Remember Me”.

Call me a masochist, but if I’m going for a Baconator (a quarter-pound beef patty with mayo, ketchup and six [6!] strips of bacon), then it’s unlikely that I’ll be confusing the meal with dinner at the table of the Marchioness of Marchmain

Burger joint Wendy's goes down-home to offer diners a nice little Baconator® by the fire

Call me a masochist, but if I’m going for a Baconator (a quarter-pound beef patty with mayo, ketchup and six [6!] strips of bacon), then it’s unlikely that I’ll be confusing the meal with dinner at the table of the Marchioness of Marchmain.

Ten million beef burgers were removed from big supermarkets after it was discovered they contained horse and pig meat

British horsemeat suspects released on bail

Drug linked to human blood disorder found in eight out of 206 carcasses tested

Poll: Findus horsemeat lasagne offered at £70 on eBay, but how much would you pay?

Would you gobble it for the taste? Or keep it frozen as a portion of British history? Followers of the horsemeat scandal now have the chance to make that decision in their own kitchen as listings have appeared on auction-site eBay offering "limited edition" Findus lasagne - for the sum of £70.

Horsemeat scandal: Burgers were made with Polish offcuts, says FSA

The “filler product” found in contaminated burgers sold in supermarkets came from Poland and was a mixture of beef and horse offcuts, according to Irish authorities, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) has said.

Ten million beef burgers were removed from big supermarkets after it was discovered they contained horse and pig meat

Polish company blamed for supplying horse meat which caused burger scandal

A Polish company was to blame for supplying horse meat which caused the burger scandal across the British Isles, according to an investigation by the Irish government.

Humour: Wild horses couldn't have stopped these jokers

There's nothing like a food scandal to get people laughing themselves horse, if this week's mane event anything to go by. Despite thinking on the hoof, Britain's punners weren't afraid to flog a dead horse in a bid for jokes. Here are some of the thoroughbreds...

What the folk at Death by Burrito can do with a bit of braised pig cheek and crackling is enough to have you weep

On The Menu: Death by Burrito; Maggi seasoning; Ben and Jerry's; sloe gin

This week I've been eating... burritos

August 11, 2012: The Australian players celebrate their 3-1 victory over Great Britain in the bronze medal match

Hockey: Team GB miss out on bronze following defeat to Australia

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German hockey players 'bolting' after beating Australia 4-2

Hockey: Defending Olympic champions Germany come from behind twice to defeat Australia and reach final

Defending Olympic champions Germany twice came from behind to beat world number ones and red-hot favourites Australia and book their place in the final.

First Night: Latitude Festival, Southwold, Suffolk

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Discovery of 'missing link' between the two main life-forms on Earth could explain evolution of animals, say scientists

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New microbial species tells us something about our dark past, say scientists
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