Just when we thought today’s historic election couldn’t get any weirder, it appears that both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are being protected by an army of dump trucks. Law enforcement say the trucks—which are loaded with sand—are forming a barrier to minimize an attack with explosive devices.
It’s election day and everyone’s looking for a way to get out to the polls. Ride sharing services Uber, Lyft, and ZipCar will help with discounted rides and new tools to help you find your polling place.
When I was 17, I was a volunteer for the Green Party in Houston. I was also the worst. I know this because I wrote an op-ed for the city’s largest paper to save my fellow Americans from voting for George Bush or Al Gore, a piece of writing that is impossible to read without feeling deep shame and embarrassment.
After I move the status of this rambling from "Draft" to "Now" and hit "Publish," I'm going to walk up to my polling place (St. Paul AME Zion Church on Dexter Boulevard), stand in line with everybody else in my neighborhood and vote in the Detroit primary.
Hey everybody! Remember how much fun you didn't have during the 2012 elections? Well now that they're over, there are depraved, masochistic individuals out there who are already pondering what none of us want to think about: What's in store for the 2014 elections? Yes, more politics! Get excited!
Germans are fairly keyed-in to American politics, but their car industry has made some curious donations to the presidential race. Did you know Mercedes-Benz is supporting Ron Paul this year?
Everyone has their reasons to vote for a particular candidate. Their stance on an issue, their voting record, their latest vicious attack ad. Have you considered what car they drive? Here's 11 candidates and the cars they drive.
A German company is battling with a Japanese one to become the world's biggest automaker. Italians own Chrysler. It's like World War II except we're losing. So why are Republicans suddenly on the side of the automotive Axis powers?
MSNBC reports a study to be published in the Journal of the American Medical Association finds that, on average, your chance of dying in a car crash rises 18% on election day. Conducted by Canadian researchers, the study looked at presidential election days from Jimmy Carter's 1976 win through Bush/Kerry 2004 and…