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Short of a dollar

Young travellers may need to change destinations and saving plans thanks to the weakened Australian dollar, writes Tam Kendi.

‘I’ve been dead already’

Human rights organisations have damned the U.S. for its use of torture at Guantanamo Bay. David Allegretti speaks to Mamdouh Habib about his experience at the detention camp.

US resistance to gun control

The former John Howard government reformed Australia’s gun laws, Caitlin McArthur asks whether America will ever follow.

Brave USA tick another box in Brazil

A courageous USA side continued to drive the world game in America following outstanding performances at the World Cup, writes Jordan Witte.

World Cupstart Review: Day 20

Two more matches went to extra time on Day 20 as the World Cup continued to provide endless entertainment, writes Riley Beveridge.

World Cupstart Review: Day 11

The USA are beginning to prove themselves as one of the most courageous footballing nations, as Riley Beveridge reports in his World Cup wrap.

The ‘Group of Opportunity’

Opening round matches have turned the apparent ‘Group of Death’ into something much more promising, writes Jordan Witte.

Donovan omission a nod to the future

The USA’s decision to leave leading scorer Landon Donovan out of its World Cup squad is a sign of things to come, writes Tom Parker.