The Ford Fusion has worked its way up from an eager new face to a mainstay of a resurgent American brand. The 2013 Ford Fusion improves on the old design, and reviewers agree it has finally come into its own.
Soccer aficionado Richard Swanson set off to dribble a soccer ball 10,000 miles to Brazil to see the 2014 World Cup, but his 11-country, 12-month tour was cut short on Tuesday when he was hit by a pickup truck and killed while traveling on a highway in Oregon.
Through the grand historic XVI century walls of this fortress city, Cartagena tells the tale of years gone by. It's a city of many colors, scents, flavors, textures and sounds. Latinos Post merges into an adventurous and historical trip to give you the inside of this magnificent Caribbean destination.
The Tesla Model S electric car has won accolades from auto enthusiasts across the board. Now it has received the highest rating Consumer Reports has ever given, 99 out of 100.
An Alaskan volcano erupted three times this past Saturday, causing the Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) to change its aviation color code to "Orange" from "Yellow." Additionally, the AVO has raised the overall volcano alert level to "Watch."
Space Mountain in California has reopened after a contractor fell off the ride's roof.
New York City is playing catch up with the rest of the country in celebrating Cinco de Mayo. In the big apple, Cinco De Mayo celebrations include food, folkloric dance, parades and mariachi music to honor Mexican heritage and pride.
The pregnant reality star Kim Kardashian isn't one to shy away from radical beauty procedures.
Disney Cruise Line announced that their first ship, Disney Magic, will return to sea after undergoing some major transformations.
Disney's Animal Kingdom theme park is celebrating its 15-year anniversary today and is commemorating the milestone with ceremonies and a full slate of special events throughout the day.
Authorities temporarily evacuated a terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City for an hour and a half on Sunday afternoon.
Amtrak announces that their Northeast Corridor line operating between New York and Washington will not go any further than Penn Station in Manhattan.
There is a recent fascination with the NYC subway system. A very popular New Yorker infographic has been making the rounds on social media platforms. The infographic shows different NYC train lines and their corresponding stops. From stop to stop, on each line, a graph shows the average household income. The New Yorker wanted to shed light on how there are significant differences every few blocks across the 5 boroughs. According to The New Yorker, " if the borough of Manhattan were a country, the income gap between the richest twenty per cent and the poorest twenty per cent would be on par with countries like Sierra Leone, Namibia, and Lesotho." Also, On April 15th, The New York Times posted an article discussing the habits people have on the subway, such as the preference to sit next to a door.
Discontent with its public image as a quaintly Spartan floating hotel of horrors, Carnival Cruise Lines will invest as much as $700 in improving its 101 ships to solve "reliability problems" that have plagued its vessels in recent years, the company announced Wednesday.
Disneyland theme park in Anaheim, Calif. closed three rides over the weekend, including flagship attraction Space Mountain, the Matterhorn Bobsleds and Soarin' Over California due to safety concerns.