Earlier today thousands of truckers moved into the Capitol Beltway around Washington D.C., choking traffic for miles as they descended into the District and arrested several members of Congress. It was a thrilling sight for bored tourists unable to get into the Air and Space Museum. Wait, that didn't happen.
If you have a morning commute in the Washington, D.C. area, here is some good news: a now-excommunicated member of the trucker ride to jam up the Capitol Beltway and arrest the members of Congress now says it's all a hoax. But organizers say it's definitely happening.
Everyone is annoyed at the state of things in America as the government shutdown drags into its second week, whether you're one of 800,000 furloughed federal workers or just a D.C. tourist who wants to go to the goddamn Smithsonian. Now a group of truckers will take matters in their own hands with a plan that combines…
The Tesla Model S fire after a crash in the Seattle area on Tuesday was a hugely unfortunate event that may have caused their stock prices to sink after we reported it this afternoon. But Tesla kind of lucked out in the timing department.
If you're one of the more than 800,000 furloughed U.S. federal government workers wondering how you're going to make ends meet until Congress stops acting like children, Hyundai is about to cut you a break on your lease and car payments.
There’s lots of doom and gloom about the shutdown of the federal government and it’s easy to see why.
The first U.S. government shutdown in 17 years means more than just scores of federal employees being forced to go without paychecks, the closure of national parks, and an end to the Panda Cam. It will also likely cause a great deal of headaches for the industries regulated by the government, and that includes the…