The Prototype Car Also Has Individually Controlled Wheels More »New Car Shrinks by Nearly Half for Compact Parking
LAPD's Traffic Division Says It Sees an Average of 8,000 Incidents Per Year More »Inside One Detective's Fight Against LA's Hit-and-Run Crisis
ABC News’ Shushannah Walshe, Alisa Wiersema and John Donvan report: It was a day that President Richard Nixon surely would like to have forgotten. It was less than a year after the Watergate break-in, and three of his top aides had resigned and one had... More »Bush 41, Reagan Consoled Nixon During Watergate Scandal
Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak could be released from prison as early as Thursday after a Cairo court today ordered his release. “The court decided to release him,” Mubarak’s longtime lawyer, Fareed el-Deeb, told Reuters after today’s court session. Asked when, he said, “Maybe tomorrow.”... More »Egyptian Court Orders Mubarak's Release
Journalist Michael Hastings Had Marijuana in System During Deadly Crash More »Michael Hastings' Family Wanted Him in Detox
Bus Carrying Girls Overturns Near Kansas-Missouri Border More »School Bus Overturns, Sending 15 to Hospital
Howard Dean today became the latest Democrat to head to Iowa while skillfully dodging questions about whether he’s interested in running for president in 2016. Dean, a former Democratic candidate for president in 2004 and former governor of Vermont, has a long history with Iowa... More »Will Liberals Scream for Howard Dean Again?
The NHTSA Said They Don't Give Scores Higher than Five Stars More »Agency Pushes Back on Tesla 5.4 Star Safety Rating Claim
An Indiana teenager has been charged with animal cruelty after he allegedly hunted and killed three kittens with bows and arrows and posted photographs of their mutilated bodies on Facebook, Indiana police say. The 17-year-old boy told investigators he hunted the kittens because he was... More »'Bored' Indiana Teen Allegedly Killed Kittens, Posted Images
The Army Private Was Accused of Leaking Thousands of Documents to WikiLeaks More »Bradley Manning Sentenced to 35 Years for Leaking Secrets
Sen. Ted Cruz on Tuesday said that he initially didn’t know he was Canadian citizen because he didn’t think it was important to consult an immigration lawyer to find out. “That’s something I’d never talked to an immigration lawyer [about] because, frankly, it didn’t matter,”... More »Ted Cruz: Always Thought Canadian Birth 'Didn't Matter'
MOSCOW – A pair of champion Russian runners are denying that their kiss atop the podium last weekend was a silent protest of their country’s new anti-gay law. Ksenia Ryzhova and Yulia Guschina kissed each other on the lips as they celebrated winning gold in... More »Russian Runners Deny Podium Kiss Was Protest Against Anti-gay Law
President Obama today finally honored the 1972 Miami Dolphins, four decades after their perfect season, welcoming “the only undefeated, untied team in NFL history to the White House for the very first time.” President Obama admitted at a White House ceremony that it’s “a little unorthodox” to... More »Undefeated '72 Miami Dolphins Finally Get White House Salute
Internet.org Aims to Bring Connectivity to the Billions Not Yet on the Internet More »Mark Zuckerberg Reveals Plans to Bring the Internet to the Rest of the World
When the American Red Cross called Mayor Evan Low of Campbell, Calif., to ask him to host a blood drive, he couldn’t help but feel conflicted. Low, who is openly gay, said he knew he needed to do his job as mayor and host a drive... More »California Mayor Petitions for End to FDA Ban on Gay Donors
Remote Area Medical Travels the Country With Army of Doctors, Dentists, Volunteers More »Mobile Free Clinic Brings Health Care to US's Most Underserved Areas
No Students Were Injured in Shooting at Decatur, Ga., Elementary School More »Elementary School Clerk Says She Convinced Suspect to Put His Weapons Down and Surrender: Exclusive
No Students Were Injured in Shooting at Decatur, Ga., Elementary School More »Elementary School Clerk Says She Convinced Gunman to Put His Weapons Down and Surrender: Exclusive
The Fossil Is the Earliest Known Multituberculate, a Distant Rodent Relative More »Earliest Remains of Jurassic Rat Relative Found in Chinese Hillside
Beblawi Says Death Toll Only 'Several Hundred,' Elections Likely in 6 to 9 Months More »Egyptian Prime Minister Says He Does 'Not Fear Civil War'
Journey to Famous Prison with Grandchildren Brings Flood of Memories More »Former Alcatraz Resident Visits Island with Grandchildren
No Students Were Injured in Shooting at Decatur, Ga., Elementary School More »School Gunman Took Hostages, Car May Have Bombs
The Electric Car Adds Top Notch Safety to Its Long List of Accolades More »Tesla Model S Scores Better Than Perfect On Safety Tests
Schools Across the Country Invest Millions of Dollars in Security. More »After Newtown, Schools Across the Country Crack Down on Security