Democrats want to portray their support for General Motors as a model for the country's economy, but a peek behind the curtain shows the company still struggling to regain its footing.
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Amid concerns about home lenders issuing mortgages to low-income Americans who may not be able to make monthly payments over long periods of time, General Motors increased its own subprime lending in 2012 in order to jump-start American auto sales.
A Florida man whose hand was chomped off by an alligator last month now faces a criminal charge stemming from the incident.
General Motors is changing its tune on its relationship with Shanghai GM, one of the company's Chinese joint ventures.
The center-right political advocacy organization Emergency Committee for Israel published an ad on Thursday in 23 Jewish newspapers spotlighting "liberal criticism" of President Barack Obama's record.
Three boaters on a private glacier tour near Sisimiut, Greenland got an up-close look at an "iceberg tsunami" that has amassed nearly 1.4 million views on YouTube.
General Motors is no longer the number one automaker in the world, as President Obama has been touting on the campaign trail.
North Korea's state-run news media identified Ri Sol-Ju as dictator Kim Jong-un's spouse on Wednesday.
While many pundits have been quick to advocate for gun control in the aftermath of the Aurora, Colo., theater rampage that killed 12 and wounded 58, rapper Ice-T took to the airwaves to defend gun rights.
In an exclusive interview with The Daily Caller, Libertarian Party presidential nominee Gary Johnson said he has been detained twice for his refusal to cooperate with invasive searches by airport security.
President Obama's campaign claim that he rejuvenated the ailing General Motors depends on practices called "overbuilding" and "channel stuffing," critics say.
Olympic gold medalist and U.S. women's soccer team goalie Hope Solo has confirmed that “there’s a lot of sex going on” at the Olympics.
The retrial of former Troy, N.Y., City Councilman Michael LoPorto on ballot fraud charges has revealed detailed testimony about the casting and soliciting of absentee ballots.
Olympians may play hard, but they party even harder.
Cellphone carriers responded to 1.3 million requests for information from federal, state and local law enforcement agencies last year, according to information obtained by Massachusetts Democratic Rep. Ed Markey.
Massachusetts Congressman Barney Frank wed his partner Jim Ready this weekend, making him the first congressman in a same-sex marriage.
A Jordanian legislator is under investigation for drawing his gun on live television.
General Motors recorded its best monthly sales numbers since September 2008 last month, largely due to government intervention.