Author Gary Younge speaks with The World's Marco Werman about the difficult and challenging process for Europeans to come to grips with racism in European society.
After the Charleston shootings, gun control remains the "gigantic elephant in the room," says journalist Gary Younge. FBI data show that African Americans are targeted 16 times more often than whites for hate crimes.
The partial US government shutdown isn't boosting America's image on the world stage according to Gary Younge, a columnist for British newspaper The Guardian.
When it comes to accents, they paint a picture in people's mind. And they can make or break the character. That's born out in real life and on the silver screen. Renée Zellweger was widely praised for her English accent in Bridget Jones’s Diary -- and Radovan Karadžić managed to evade authorities for years, in part through a fake accent.
"Matilda," now a Broadway hit, has a cast full of Americans doing British accents. We usually think of actors as carrying off the best fake accents. But others do it, sometimes with great success. What's the secret?
Gary Younge, a columnist for the British newspaper The Guardian, tells anchor Marco Werman why he thinks the notion that America might vote in a black president now seems like little more than a banal fact of life.