EDITORIAL: The Super Bowl and sex trafficking

Opinion The Washington Times

Super Bowl LIV is in the books. For only the second time in 50 years, the Kansas City Chiefs are the world champions. MVP Patrick Mahomes is headed to Disneyworld and Andy Reid, the winningest active coach without a Lombardi Trophy to his credit, is probably headed to the Hall ... …

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