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Marrying ancient tradition with brave modernity, a gay couple tied the knot in a traditional Zulu and Tswana wedding ceremony in KwaDukuza, South Africa.
In the wake of Margaret Thatcher's death, we're reminded that it is better to get the story right than to get it first.
The death of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher is being met with merriment in addition to mourning.
Even robots need to let loose every once in a while.
"Game of Thrones" super fans took to the internet in record numbers to illegally download the Season 3 premier of the HBO show.
In Samoa, the more you weigh, the more you pay — to fly.
These aren't your mother's April Fools' Day pranks. Welcome to April 1, 2013.
Autlán, Mexico, may be home to many things, including Carlos Santana, mariachis, tequila, and cowboys. But on this Good Friday, GlobalPost's Allison Jackson showed us the spiritual and theatrical side of this colorful Mexican town.
Another look at stories you might have missed this week.
Looks like we aren't the only ones looking forward to Spring! Check out this live-feed of baby goslings ready to hatch.
Seeing Red: The Human Rights Campaign, which advocates equal rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, has been promoting an image of a pink equal sign over a red background to mobilize supporters online. But how effective is this kind of activism?
Zombies have infiltrated Bollywood, and the result is cinematic and comedic gold.
The Steubenville rape trial may be over, but the discussion about how rape is covered in the media is not.
When you combine Putin's flare for Soviet era nostalgia with Seagal's international star power, you've got yourself one winning combination.
Even in death, Chavez's politicking is not over.
In China, the war on disposable chopsticks is an uphill battle.
In recent memory, the papal conclave has generally been a rather quick affair — but that wasn't always the case.
Grand Valley State University has reached a $40,000 settlement with a student who sued to keep a guinea pig in a campus apartment for emotional support. Cue the outrage and bewilderment.
After a fiery thirteen-hour filibuster, Sen. Rand Paul sets his sights on the White House.
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) stood for thirteen hours on the floor of the Senate arguing against the appointment of John O. Brennan to lead the CIA. And Twitter stood by him.