More than just a dance, it's an identity

Pantsulas are recognized in townships across South Africa based on their dress code, language and style of dance.

Cynthia Nixon takes aim at Cuomo in 1st campaign…

New York gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon took aim at her Democratic primary opponent, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, criticizing him for favoring corporations and the rich over average New Yorkers

The Latest: McCaul: Latest blast could lead to…

The chairman of the U.S. House Homeland Security committee says he thinks the latest package explosion in Texas will lead to more evidence, "hopefully fingerprints and surveillance photos."

APNewsBreak: Montana says miner violated "bad…

Montana regulators say an Idaho mining company and its president are in violation of the state's "bad actor" law because they are pursuing two new mines without paying for the cleanup of past projects

Top Greek prosecutor seeks retrial for…

A Greek supreme court prosecutor has called for the retrial of the country's former statistics chief, convicted a year ago for alleged breach of duty in a highly politicized case

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Ex-Playboy model wants to discuss alleged Trump relationship

A former Playboy model who claimed she had a sexual relationship with President Donald Trump is seeking to invalidate an agreement that prohibited her from discussing it

Plus size modest fashion

'I can't find plus size modest fashion in shops.'

The Stranger Things Cast is Getting a Pay Raise

The actors just signed their new contracts. And they are cleaning up.

Why Breaking Up with Facebook Is Harder Than You…

With Facebook in the news over concerns about user privacy and its impact on politics, splitting up with the social media giant isn’t as easy as you may think.

Yemeni man seeks Guantanamo release after 16 years

Lawyers for a longtime Guantanamo detainee are asking a court to intervene after the Trump administration disregarded a review board's decision clearing him for release

APNewsBreak: Key design change stymied bridge…

Documents obtained by The Associated Press show construction of the pedestrian bridge that collapsed and killed six people in the Miami area was behind schedule and millions over budget

Breaking up with Facebook? It's harder than it…

Facebook's latest privacy scandal is leading some users to reconsider their relationship status with the social network

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APNewsBreak: Key design change put construction of bridge that collapsed over budget, behind schedule, documents show

APNewsBreak: Key design change put construction of bridge that collapsed over budget, behind schedule, documents show

'Love, Simon' Is A First For LGBTQ Film, But Is…

The film is the first major studio rom-com to feature a gay teen protagonist.

Inspiring a new generation

The youth's passion for Pantsula is palpable and paying it forward is as much a part of the culture as is the fresh style and bold moves.

The Latest: Former Cambridge employee to speak to…

A former employee of a political data-mining firm that obtained information from Facebook users without their consent has agreed to be interviewed by Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee.

Rooted in a revolution

With its own dress code, colloquial language, narrative and even style of walk, Pantsula has emerged as one of the country's most iconic forms of dance

The Latest: House speaker says Safe Schools Act…

Maryland's House speaker says lawmakers plan to pass legislation to make schools safer

Powerful storm threatens to swamp hard-hit…

Authorities ordered tens of thousands of people to flee their homes as a powerful storm headed toward California

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Inmate accused of getting bogus tax refunds from…

A man recently released from federal prison has been rearrested in Louisiana on charges he fraudulently obtained more than $171,000 in tax refunds, mostly while he was incarcerated

The Latest: State Dept. says Putin re-election…

The U.S. State Department says it's "no surprise" that Russian President Vladimir Putin was re-elected

Judge harshly criticizes Kobach during contempt hearing

A federal judge blasted Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach for repeatedly ignoring her order to notify thousands of Kansas citizens that they were eligible to vote during litigation over a state voting law