The Model S, from electric car manufacturer Tesla, has been named Motor Trend Car of the Year. But its business model is under attack by the National Automobile Dealers Association, one of the most powerful lobbying groups in Washington.
Some liberal groups and journalism organizations say their applications also faced long delays.
What was once an opportunity for the inexperienced is now becoming a front-line labor issue.
Police Commissioner Ed Davis said he hopes the reviews will help emergency services better prepare for the future.
White House senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer said Republicans are trying to make political hay with the scandals.
Knox's conviction for murder in Italy was overturned, but she now faces a potential retrial back home in the United States.
More than five million Americans currently have Alzheimer's. Researchers say more awareness and early detection help patients live with the disease.
Support for those with disabilities has mostly come from nonprofits, but activists are pressing the government to take action.
Some Russian legislators are angry that Josef Stalin's World War II counterintelligence agency has been likened to Adolf Hitler's Gestapo.
Lottery officials say only one ticket matched all six numbers to win Saturday's record jackpot.
More than 300 amendments have been proposed as the bill works its way through committee.
The Syrian president also left no room for his departure. "The captain of a ship doesn't flee when faced with a storm," he said.
The world's top health problems are more common in men, but funding has focused on women.
The bill would have banned violence against women, child marriages and forced marriages.
According to New Yorker writer George Packer, there used to be a deal among Americans in which everyone had a place. His new book features stories of both famous and ordinary American lives.
She used to be a receptionist at music organization in Birmingham, England. Now, she's got a record deal, critical acclaim and is touring around the U.S.
A new study shows that the online game "Second Life" helped some people lose weight, and keep it off, in real life.
In the 1995 film "Before Sunset," the couple met in Vienna. Nine years later, they reunited in Paris. A third film now picks up nine years after that.
But there's a good deal of fun if you like things crashing violently into each other and out of warp-drive at regular intervals.
Thousands of prisoners are held in detention camps in Eritrea, according to Amnesty International. Here's the story of one man who made it out.
The show is a social event for a large, diverse crowd of African Americans and others on Twitter -- for reasons mysterious, complex and worth exploring.
Toliver's music is anchored by the violin, which he discovered the in fifth grade.
Roller derby used to be for women. But Bill Littlefield visited a match that pitted an all-male squad against an all-female team.
Have you ever wondered why some people stand in the back of an elevator? Or why some smile and others stare at the floor? Radiolab's Robert Krulwich has some answers.
"The Umbrella Project” evolves according to the actions and reactions of its participants.
The Latvian-born Nelsons, 34, will be the youngest music director to lead the BSO in over 100 years.