Driving a Range Rover at the age of 94 with the Obamas and Queen Elizabeth along for the ride must be the ultimate definition of #squadgoals, even though we don’t know what they’re talking about. How about a “caption this” contest? Go for it, you clever people.
This 1963 Chevy Corvette Stingray sure makes a driver look cool. But when President Barack Obama is behind the wheel, that might be the other way around. Even Seinfeld seems dorkier than usual next to the commander in chief.
Middle-aged dad and also President of the United States Barack Obama finally gave his opinion on motorcycle stunt riding today, giving a reserved thumbs up
[How thick are the doors on Obama's everything-proof limo, The Beast? Like, hella thick, bro. Photo taken at the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit at the Hague by Getty Images]
Even if you're among the liberal faithful, President Obama has probably given you plenty of reasons to be annoyed with him lately, mainly for that whole "spying on you all the time" unpleasantness. But here's one reason you don't need to be miffed: He is not giving away free cars and motorcycles on your dime.
A legal website used by attorneys to privately discuss case law is shutting down after 10 years because the owner no longer feels the site's users are protected from government spying. After federal threats led to the closure of several secure email providers, the publisher of Groklaw closed her own operation last…
Today was a pretty cool day at the White House for racing fans as driver Brad Keselowski and his crew were honored by President Obama for their 2012 Sprint Cup championship. And of course they had to pose in front of the car.
It's no secret that President Barack Obama and his Washington, D.C. neighbors are tight. With a population that's more than 50 percent black and a median age of 33, the President's more or less liberal reputation sits cozily within the city's demographics.
If there's one thing that NASCAR drivers are famous for, it's turning left. Apparently it's the same for its fans.
"Patriot Phipps" claims that he isn't a racist. But amongst the menagerie of effigies hanging from a trailer-borne gallows he pulls behind his truck is a likeness of President Barack Obama.
Now that last week's Republican National Convention is over, it's time for the Democrats to take center stage and nominate President Obama — or an ultra top secret "Mystery Candidate X" — for the presidency.
Marketing research company Strategic Vision recently completed a study that sought to identify what new vehicles found the most favor with Democrats and Republicans. After 38,000 responses the study revealed some rather interesting results.
These days President Barack Obama might travel in a heavily armored high tech limo nicknamed "The Beast", but the commander-in-chief began his driving career in a decidedly low-tech Malaise-mobile.
Yesterday, I gave you ten fascinating facts about Presidents and cars. And by "facts" I mean half were a special type of fact many experts would term a "lie." So, as promised, today I'm revealing which ones were true, and which were imaginary.
President Obama's well-documented production of a Presidential boner over a Shelby GT500 at the Washington D.C. Auto Show makes for an excellent reason to bring up some fun facts about Presidents and cars.
President Barack Obama took time out from watching the Republican field eviscerate each other in Florida to visit the Washington D.C. Auto Show. He sat in roughly six cars, but seemed to focus on the 2013 Shelby GT500, which he apparently called "sick." Right on, Mr. President.
President Barack Obama welcomed South Korean President Lee Myung-bak to the U.S. and the GM Orion Assembly Plant in Lake Orion, Michigan on Friday to tout a new trade agreement. From the hilariously goofy photo set it looks more like they're planning the fourth Rush Hour film.
President Obama, like he does with all top sports teams or athletes, has invited last year's NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson and the 11 other drivers who competed for the championship to a White House reception next week. Usually this is an invitation that you accept, always, unless you're deathly ill in bed with…
"People this pathetically insane should not be allowed to drive," writes the Reddit user who took this photo (outside a DMV in Salem, Ore.), but that's just another big-government liberal trying to tell us all what to do. Because, first of all, what's pathetic about covering your ancient camper with extended political…