7 of the world's worst cruise ship disasters
Otherwise known as, a list of reasons why that cabin in the woods doesn't sound so bad after all.
Would he do it all again? Speaking at SXSW, Snowden says 'absolutely'
'I took an oath to support and defend the Constitution,' said NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. 'And I saw the Constitution was being violated on a massive scale.'
Say cheese! Former Latin American presidents partake in selfie craze
Ellen DeGeneres has competition. (Not really.)
The State Department channeled its inner Letterman with this Top 10 Russian lies about Ukraine list
It's no 'Top 10 items sold at Radio Shack,' but it's a good try.
These photos show just how divided Venezuela is right now
Hugo Chavez's would-be successor Nicolas Maduro struggles to contain violent protests as the country marks the first anniversary of Chavez's death.
This is what Toronto Mayor Rob Ford plans to do next
On the off-chance Rob Ford doesn't get re-elected this fall, here's what he plans to do.
What's the better party? Mardi Gras or Carnival?
Hundreds of thousands of revelers cast inhibitions aside for the biggest parties on Earth.
Fresh Venezuela protests erupt in Caracas streets after violent clashes
Anti-government protesters march in Caracas, calling for the release of dozens of activists who have been arrested during three weeks of violent demonstrations in Venezuela.
We have a problem: The science behind rising seas
How a Greenland glacier passed its tipping point — and what that means for a billion of the world's coastal dwellers.
These 9 countries pay a higher minimum wage than the US
Compared to other nations, America really doesn't pay that much.
The real photos from Venezuela's protests are very disturbing
Some pictures that have gone viral from the protests in Venezuela aren't true. These are.
14 protest videos that went viral and changed the world
From Iran's Green Revolution to Occupy Wall Street, scenes of brutality, death, defiance, and laughter have altered the course of recent history.
Cocaine bust, Ecuador style
GlobalPost's Simeon Tegel tags along with anti-drug police in Ecuador, which neighbors the world's biggest cocaine exporters.
Ecuador, cocaine’s stopover on the way to market
This Andean nation produces no coca leaves, but more than 100 tons of cocaine cross its borders every year.
Bye-bye, Uncle Sam: This is where Americans go when they renounce their citizenship
The US is still the top destination for immigrants, but plenty of Americans are leaving too.
Icy and that's OK: Leaders from Canada-US-Mexico revive Three Amigos image for cameras
Did Obama, Pena Nieto and Harper get any real work done at the so-called Three Amigos summit? If they did, they didn't tell us about it.
37 motorbikes carrying everything, including crocodiles
The things we carried. On mopeds.
In Venezuela, the revolution will not be televised by NTN24
Colombian-based cable news network NTN24 was pulled off the air in Venezuela after broadcasting coverage of anti-government protests.
Watch these LA workers break the record for the world's largest concrete pour (VIDEO)
More than 200 trucks poured nearly 82 million pounds of concrete over an 18-hour period.
Sen. Rand Paul sues Obama over the NSA (VIDEO)
The Republican senator from Kentucky has filed the lawsuit against Obama and top NSA officials over the agency's sweeping surveillance programs.
These are the most photographed places in the world
New York City takes the top spot. But Europe wins in the end.
Ex-Guatemalan soldier gets 10 years in US prison for lying about massacre
Jorge Sosa's case is one of several efforts to bring to justice the alleged perpetrators of the 1982 Dos Erres massacre, which took place during the height of Guatemala's 36-year-civil war that ravaged the country until 1996.
Ecuador says this seemingly innocuous cartoon is against the law
Political cartoonist Bonil is the first target of Ecuador's tough new media law.
Pussy Riot, Madonna slam Putin on the eve of the Winter Olympics (VIDEO)
Feted by superstars like Madonna and Yoko Ono, Pussy Riot slammed Russian President Vladimir Putin on the eve of the Winter Olympics in Sochi.
The ancient village that's right in the path of future movie theaters and restaurants in Miami
A 2,000-year-old village found in downtown Miami is throwing a wrench into plans for a multibillion-dollar development.
9 real-life castaways who are tougher than Tom Hanks
Some were teenagers. Some were in Siberia. Some lived to tell about it, and some did not.
The left may win big in Costa Rica, El Salvador elections (VIDEO)
Voters in both Central American countries of El Salvador and Costa Rica headed to the polls Sunday to choose a new president. Both votes are likely to end in runoffs.
Latin American left eyes El Salvador, Costa Rica votes
Left-leaning political parties looking for election victories on the same day, but with very different strategies, in Costa Rica and El Salvador.
New York City settles and reforms 'Stop-and-Frisk' (VIDEO)
NYC's new mayor said the NYPD's habit of stopping and frisking people on the street had "unfairly targeted young African-American and Latino men."
'Dictator' Obama actually issued the fewest executive orders in 100 years
Republican presidents have issued more executive orders than their Democratic counterparts, according to data.
Feds will seek death penalty for Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev
Prosecutors notified a judge Thursday that they plan to seek the death penalty against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the 20-year-old suspect in last year's Boston Marathon bombing.