Kias and Hyundais were manufactured without an anti-theft device and are being stolen by the thousands nationwide. For owners who bought the car before the vulnerability was made public, they’re stuck with a nightmare.
Washington, D.C. Gave $680,000 to 'Convicted Fraudster' For Tiny Black Box Purported to Boost EV Range By 75 Percent
Lawrence Hardge, who had previously invented a fire extinguisher that doesn’t work and a party plate with a beer holder in the middle, claimed his black box “regenerates itself.”
Prom decor was 1970s-inspired, in a nod to the 1969 Stonewall uprising, and involved a “Tunnel of Love” arch decked out in pink and blue, the colors of the trans flag.
Trump is facing the possibility of criminal indictments in Georgia, New York and Washington, D.C.
Trump’s legal threats are moving faster than the political calendar.
Abortion Pills, Prayer, and *NSYNC: Inside Anti-Abortion Activists’ Weekend of Celebrating and Pleading
Anti-abortion activists spent what would have been the 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade celebrating—and trying to figure out what their mission is now.
Preston Mitchum, who organized protests after a student was reportedly assaulted by a bouncer at Nellie's, said the D.C. bar still needs to repair its relationship with Black LGBTQ people.
The Freedom Caucus is fine with alleged sex crimes, white nationalists, and coup attempts. But Cawthorn’s claims about cocaine and orgies were too much.
“All of a sudden you get invited to, ‘Well hey, we’re going to have kind of a sexual get-together at one of our homes, you should come.’”
The "people’s convoy" says they’re packing up and heading home to California.
The controversial return of a protester calling himself "Ricky Bobby" set off a chain of events that led to the arrest of one of his supporters.
A tailgate party invitation almost ended in blows during a morning meeting among the "people's convoy" drivers.