First, watch this video from yesterday out of the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania neighborhood of Squirrel Hill, as cars fly out of control down an icy hill, crashing into hapless parked cars below. Then be happy you don't live on this hill.
Tourists and residents of Big Coppitt Keys, Fla., had their early Sunday morning activities interrupted by a naked man running in traffic chanting "I'm king of the world!" Would you be surprised to learn his coronation involved LSD?
What's this? News from an airport that doesn't make you want to vomit blood in outrage? Finally. A man stuck in airport security gridlock could say goodbye to his dead grandson when his flight's pilot refused to depart without him.
Moves to bar drivers from using cell phones have been driven by the mantra that a phone-holding driver is as dangerous as a drunk one. However, a new study found cell phones may actually keep some drivers safer. Here's how.
This is Garth Yeaman, the 30-year-old who valiantly struggled to keep the world's greatest license plate from being destroyed by Virginia's humorless bureaucracy. He lost the battle, but he's not giving up the war. We interviewed him. Here's his story.
Texas authorities were forced to close part of the Houston Ship Channel Tuesday after 250,000 gallons of beef fat spewed out of a shore-based storage tank. That's right — what you see isn't ice — it's gelatinized beef fat.
67-year-old Lorraine P. Levine of Arlington, Texas attempted to mow down a police officer directing traffic at the funeral for a recently slain police officer yesterday. Her excuse? She halved her dosage of Xanax that morning.
Teens in the '20s referred to cars as "struggle buggies" because they were ideal for humping covertly. A century later it's still true. With the help of our flexible readers, we've identified these ten best cars to have sex in.
A survey of 1,000 Brits found 54% say they've attempted sex in a car, but less than half rated their auto-erotic exploits enjoyable. Obviously. Who would enjoy acrobatics in a Daewoo Lacetti? Which raises the question — what's better?
One might think that residents of Colorado Springs, Colo., might be among the most experienced in the country when it comes to winter weather driving. This video of a 20-car pileup Thursday afternoon as it happened suggests otherwise.
Alvin Joiner, a.k.a. Xzibit, a.k.a. recursive Internet meme guy, owes nearly $1 million in delinquent federal taxes. His excuse for not paying them? The cancellation of Pimp My Ride. Seriously.
In 2008, Jim M. Sweeney sought to register the trademark CORVOLTTE for "electric vehicles, namely, automobiles". General Motors opposed registration saying it would cause confusion with its mark CORVETTE. Through laziness, GM almost lost their trademark by using Wikipedia.
The car maker of the future, Preston Tucker, died 54 years ago today at the age of 53. Famous for his forward thinking Tucker Torpedo, Tucker produced only 51 cars before his company folded to negative publicity and government scrutiny.
Generations of Detroiters used to park themselves under the jaw-dropping ornate plasterwork and opulence of a downtown movie palace called the Michigan Theater. Today, it's where they park their cars. Ironic, considering it was built atop Henry Ford's first workshop.
Some guys have game like they read the directions. Others have cars so junky even hobos wouldn't sleep in them. With your help, we've assembled this list of ten cars that will never get you laid on a first date.
A man accidentally brought his loaded .40 caliber gun onto an airplane. He didn't know he had it. Neither did the TSA, who completely missed it during its scan and allowed that plane to fly. Apparently, this happens a lot.
When we asked you yesterday to identify popular car stereotypes, it went beyond the usual "panel van owners abduct children" nominations to an even stranger place. So, weirdos, here are you ten most obscure car owner stereotypes.