South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley called out the GOP's "angriest voices" Tuesday, in an attack against presidential front-runner Donald Trump
In 1966 an unremarkable company, founded three years prior by a man who built tractors for a living, forever changed the sports car industry.
This month's North American International Auto (NAIAS) show in Detroit is a scrum for global prestige.
Brian Busch, the owner of a used car dealership in South Dakota -- and lifelong fan of the NFL's Rams -- owns the losangelesrams.com domain name.
The two U.S. Navy boats seized by Iran with 10 sailors on board were within three miles of Iran's Farsi Island when the Iranians took them, according to a U.S. defense official directly familiar with the latest information about the incident.
The biggest burglary in English legal history -- that's what prosecutors called the Hatton Garden raid, where more than $20 million worth of jewelry and valuables were stolen from a vault in London's jewelry quarter in April last year.
Netflix is cracking down on people who use software tricks to stream videos that are blocked in their country.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is accused in a federal lawsuit of paying dealers to inflate sales figures.
It's hard to imagine there's an easy way to make college free when most students pay tens of thousands of dollars a year.
Lawrence Phillips, an imprisoned former NFL running back who was awaiting trial on charges of killing his cellmate last year, died Wednesday morning after being found unresponsive in his prison cell, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation said.
A man has been arrested in connection with the death of Ashley Olsen, a 35-year-old American artist living in Florence, the city's chief prosecutor told reporters Thursday.
Bill Clinton told CNN Wednesday that although he thinks his wife, Hillary Clinton, is the best candidate for president, he isn't surprised the race is getting close.
Donald Trump's Texas state director has left the Republican front-runner's campaign, a Trump spokeswoman confirmed to CNN on Wednesday.
Ed Schultz, the progressive talk radio host and former MSNBC personality, has landed at RT America -- the Kremlin-backed cable news channel that has been criticized for advocating a pro-Russian agenda.
President Barack Obama will stand before Americans to update them on the State of the Union for the last time on Tuesday, and is promising an upbeat assessment of how far the nation has come since the crisis-shrouded first days of his administration.
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley had one condition when asked to deliver the Republican response to President Barack Obama's State of the Union address: It's my speech.