One of the more amusing things about cable news—and contemporary media in general—is its insatiable appetite for branding major (and occasionally minor) news events as overly designed cross-platform content packages. These are most often seen during moments of extreme tragedy (terrorist attacks, war) or extreme…
Detroit's ad machine — back when it ran on brown liquor and slathered on Old Spice without a touch of irony — used a not-so-subtle play on America's rigid gender roles to sell the country on automatic transmissions. The ladies, you see, can't be bothered to shift on their own.
What's a gearhead pet to do on Halloween? There are plenty of choices for people (our favorite being Human Tire Barrier), but it's a little harder for our pets. That is unless you're extremely clever and can turn some cardboard boxes into a TANK DOG.
The not always lovingly received, but always lovely to be around Booth Babe behind Do You Come With The Car takes a moment to touchingly express her reaction — as the wife of a pro race car driver — to Dan Wheldon's death. And more importantly, to explain why she lets her husband continue to race. — Ed.
The immediate response to video of a small Indian girl driving a motorcycle with no helmet is shock and horror, though there's no denying this four-year-old in sunglasses looks cool. The father's bad, but the daughter's bad.
Meet the woman who's now possibly the world's most powerful female auto executive: Mary Barra, chosen by General Motors today to run worldwide vehicle development. Whether it's the right choice for GM will take a few years to sort out.
These two women in — wait for it — Florida were arrested earlier this week for dragging a 78-year-old woman across a Dollar General parking lot after stealing her purse. They're also accused of stealing from a wheelchair-bound woman.
For nearly three decades, black Americans had one source of reliable information about roadside businesses open to them, dubbed "The Green Book." In 1949, publisher Victor Green wrote about how he hoped his guide would become unnecessary one day.
What started as a simple question from a woman unhappy that her boyfriend's 1996 Jeep Cherokee was demanding more of his attention and money has become a viral manifesto on what men should expect from women and vice versa.
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?
This real declassified World War II training video for the Army Air Force's P-47 Thunderbolt fighter opens with a suggestive skit involving a woman in a short skirt playing golf. "The stick is eased waaay back." Oh old-timey innuendo.
It took deputies in Northeast Florida three attempts to nab 74-year-old Elizabeth Millonig for speeding, but not before she tried to stab one of them with her keys and kick another in the groin. Don't mess with this old lady.
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.
Oh, now THAT'S hawt. Paris Hilton's reportedly lending her name —and that of a famous Ibiza dance party — to a motorcycle racing team. Considering Spain and motorcycle racing are BFFs, this may not be the worst idea ever.
A couple had full-blown intercourse on the Vienna metro. When other passengers realized what was up, they fled—then, slowly but surely, crept back to watch, cheer, jeer, photograph, and film it. Is this a triumph or a travesty?