A Tesla Semi prototype has been spotted being transported on a trailer in California yesterday and it appears to have joined the Tesla Cybertruck in Los Angeles. For the last two years since the unveiling
Vipers are quick cars from the factory, but with some speed-minded modifications, they can be nearly record-beating. Take this 252-mph runway-racing twin-turbo Viper as an example. The owner of this 1400-horsepower
Indulge me for a moment and summon an image of the archetypal skateboarder in your mind’s eye. Ready? Are you picturing a bookish middle-aged woman, for whom “street style” means a nice pair of summer
If being positive is difficult for you, there's a good chance you're allowing too much negativity into your life. Do you remember the last time you pat yourself on the back for something you accomplished?
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The Ukrainian jetliner stood ready for takeoff at Iran's main international airport bound for Kyiv, packed with passengers and so many bags on one of the cheapest routes
An outbreak of a new coronavirus that began in the Chinese city of Wuhan has already killed 81 people in China. Infections have been confirmed in many other countries. But of the nearly 3,000 people who
With eight planets orbiting our Sun, any two will eventually appear close together from our perspective. All the planets revolve in nearly the same plane — the ecliptic — with each one possessing its unique
The wife and three kids of Anthony Todt were all wrapped in blankets and decomposing, with three stabbed in the abdomen, when deputies discovered the bodies inside their Florida home earlier this month,
After Kobe Bryant’s death in helicopter crash, CNN reporter says he 'faced a very credible rape accusation'
A CNN reporter sparked a multitude of reactions Sunday on Twitter for writing in the wake of Kobe Bryant’s death from a helicopter crash that the 41-year-old NBA player “faced a very credible rape accusation.”
Last fall, a pair of historians revealed that yet another Soviet spy, code named Godsend, had infiltrated the Los Alamos laboratory where the world’s first atom bomb was built. But they were unable to
Based on swabs and blood from patients at Jinyintan Hospital in Wuhan, they found the genetic sequence closely matched a virus known to live in bats. The first people who contracted the deadly new coronavirus