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Viral Video of the Day: ‘Daily Show’ clip mocking Kim Jong Un racks up 2.8 million Chinese views

In a clear sign of Chinese frustration with the North Koreans, Jon Stewart's 'Nuke Kid on the Block' clip garners record-breaking views in China.
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Jon Stewart speaks onstage at Comedy Central's night of too many stars: America comes together for autism programs at The Beacon Theater on October 13, 2012 in New York City. (Dimitrios Kambouris/AFP/Getty Images)
'The Daily Show' may not normally be a huge crowd pleaser in China, but when North Korea ends up being the butt of all the jokes, it would appear that even the Chinese have an appreciation for Jon Stewart's sarcastic shenanigans.

Video of the Day: Zulu gay wedding

Marrying ancient tradition with brave modernity, a gay couple tied the knot in a traditional Zulu and Tswana wedding ceremony in KwaDukuza, South Africa.
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A Polish wave a rainbow flag as he takes part to the Gay Pride parade on June 7, 20008 in Warsaw. (WOJTEK RADWANSKI/AFP/Getty Images) (WOJTEK RADWANSKI/AFP/Getty Images)
Marrying ancient tradition with brave modernity, a gay couple tied the knot in a traditional Zulu and Tswana wedding ceremony in KwaDukuza, South Africa.

Faux-pas of the Day: Thatcher Gaffes

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.
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A fan holds a poster reading 'We love Meryl Streep' over a poster promoting the European premiere of the film 'The Iron Lady' at BFI Southbank in London on January 4, 2012. (LEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images)
Top three Thatcher gaffes: In the wake of Margaret Thatcher's death, we are reminded that it is better to get the story right than to get it first.

Photo(s) of the Day: The Mars Rover does spring break like a champ

Even robots need to let loose every once in a while.
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A self portrait of Curiosity on Mars snapped by the rover in 2012. (NASA/Courtesy)
If we had it our way, the Mars Rovers would be taking on Cancun like a 21-year-old coed with the alcohol tolerance of a seasoned sailor — think MTV Spring Break in the late nineties.

This chart shows just how oppressive it is to be in North Korea

North Korea scored 1.5 measly points, putting the country dead last in the 2013 Index of Economic Freedom.
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South Korean soldiers patrol inside the barbed-wire fence near the border village of Panmunjom on April 4, 2013 in Paju, South Korea. (Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)
It's one thing to come in last, but North Korea really came in last: there's a 27 point difference between the Hermit Kingdom and the second to last on the list Cuba. No other candidates in the list of 177 ranked countries have such a wide point margin.

Record of the Day: Game of Thrones premiere sets all-time piracy record

"Game of Thrones" super fans took to the internet in record numbers to illegally download the Season 3 premier of the HBO show.
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Perhaps this is an accurate depiction of what was going through Throners' minds as they eagerly downloaded the Season 3 Premier of "Game of Thrones." (Memegenerator/GlobalPost)
Given its incredible popularity, it should come as no surprise that "Game of Thrones" set a record for modern-day piracy after its Sunday night premiere, as viewers around the globe compulsively scrambled to watch the season 3 debut episode that aired on the premium cable network.

Innovation of the Day: Pay as you weigh

In Samoa, the more you weigh, the more you pay — to fly.
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6. Samoa, a group of islands once a part of New Zealand, is the world's sixth fattest nation. Also in the Pacific Islands, 83 percent of its population is obese. (TORSTEN BLACKWOOD/AFP/Getty Images)
Touted as the fairest way to fly, Samoa Air has instituted a new policy whereby passengers are required to pay a fixed price per kilogram that they weigh, rather than paying a fixed price per seat.

Your internet guide to April Fools': The top four jokes of the day

These aren't your mother's April Fools' Day pranks. Welcome to April 1, 2013.
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April Fools' Day brought a host of new internet pranks. (Kimihiro Hoshino/AFP/Getty Images)
If you are bored of the same old April Fools' Day pranks, the internet has some fresh material for you.

Video of the Day: Easter Eggs (LIVE FEED)

Looks like we aren't the only ones looking forward to Spring! Check out this live-feed of baby goslings ready to hatch.
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Painted Easter eggs with in traditional Sorbian motifs were on display at the annual Easter egg market on March 24, 2012 in Schleife, Germany. (Carsten Koall/AFP/Getty Images)
In like a lion, out like a lamb: As the month of March comes to a close, it seems that everywhere we look, there are little reminders that Spring is upon us.

Word of the Day: Slacktivism

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?
The Human Rights Campaign's red and pink equality sign has spread like wildfire across all social media outlets. (Human Rights Campaign/Facebook)

Marriage equality activists began protesting outside the Supreme Court Tuesday, as the nation's highest court kicked off two days of hearings about two same-sex marriage laws.

However, the marriage equality advocates' message was heard far beyond the confines of the court's iconic, white marble steps.