Snowmobile rider Caleb Moore died Thursday morning from injuries suffered during a crash at the Winter X Games in Aspen.
by Jill Langlois, GlobalPost | Jan 31, 2013
London Olympics fans were told by Games bosses to avoid non-urgent texting and tweeting because the overloaded network was affecting TV coverage.
by Jill Langlois, GlobalPost | Jul 30, 2012
Nuon Chea, the most senior surviving Khmer Rouge leader, has been declared fit for trial by a Cambodia court.
by Jill Langlois, GlobalPost | Mar 30, 2013
Federal agents arrest 190 suspects in operation targeting child predators, and 18 minors have been rescued.
by Jill Langlois, GlobalPost | Jun 8, 2012
A senior administration official tells The New York Times that the president will name Kerry to secretary of state.
by Jill Langlois, GlobalPost | Dec 21, 2012
Citizens of Spain's Ibi annually celebrate the Els Enfarinats Festival with a battle of flour, eggs and firecrackers
by Jill Langlois, GlobalPost | Dec 28, 2013
New Mexico's highest court has declared same-sex marriage legal, joining 16 other states in the United States.
by Jill Langlois, GlobalPost | Dec 19, 2013
Four people, including a baby boy, were killed Friday night when a plane carrying 10 people crashed near the remote western Alaska village of Saint Mary's.
by Jill Langlois, GlobalPost | Nov 30, 2013
Spanish concert pianist Laia Martin is on trial and could face more than seven years in jail after a neighbor complained her practicing caused psychological damage.
by Jill Langlois, GlobalPost | Nov 12, 2013
Alaska's Fairbanks International Airport had to close one of its runways because Apple Maps was directing drivers to cross the aircraft access route.
by Jill Langlois, GlobalPost | Sep 26, 2013
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