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Gary Younge

When dog bites man really is the story

The world hasn’t changed; what’s changed is our ability to pass off the grotesque as unremarkable

Corbyn’s convictions take courage

The party has spoken, the rebels are the leaders; the old guard won't win it back with snark and petulance.

Tyranny of injustice in US

Police power and black lives are at opposite ends of a morally indefensible value system.

Rednecks have no escape

Ebola should bring home to American conservatives that they are part of humanity.

In Ferguson, resistance is justice

People have a right to resist occupation, even if their methods are questionable.

US cities are swinging to the left

A union leader could be the next Chicago mayor, signalling a shift towards progressive politics.

Maya Angelou: Oh, to live like there’s no tomorrow

Author and poet Maya Angelou's passing leaves us to contemplate – for us as well as her – how far daring can get you.

US elections 2016, now with unlimited cash

The supreme court's relaxing of donation rules just made US elections even more undemocratic and corruptible.

What has Obama’s presidency really accomplished?

Barack Obama's ascent to power had meaning, but now his interventions are too rare and too piecemeal to constitute a narrative, writes Gary Younge.

American dream turns to dust

A deadlocked political culture is crippling the US economy and there is no end in sight to the crisis.

Acquittal in Trayvon Martin case a travesty

Not-guilty verdict for George Zimmerman, charged with killing an unarmed teen in the US raises painful questions, writes Gary Younge.

US vs them: A new brand of patriot acts

Whistle-blowers have become the ultimate patriots in the age after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, writes Gary Younge.

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