Carl's Jr. wanted to make "the most American thing ever." The result is an ad campaign for a thousand-calorie, hotdog-hamburger-hybrid that stacks a swimsuit model, a hot tub, and a pickup truck in front of the Statue of Liberty.
New Yorkers are famously jaded -- they'll walk past a man in a bunny suit, juggling chainsaws -- but don't be surprised if you see throngs of them on street corners this weekend, aiming smartphone cameras toward New Jersey.
Gallup-Healthways has ranked the U.S. cities that feel the safest to residents. How a city ranked on the list was based on how it measured in perceived safety, financial security and sense of community. Click through for the top 20.
Over 2 million more vehicles were added to official lists of models being recalled because of potentially dangerous airbags made by Japanese manufacturer Takata. The recall now totals about 36 million vehicles worldwide. Take a look at the biggest auto recalls in history.
Bandidos, Hells Angels, Mongols. They're not just motorcycle clubs, but organized criminal enterprises. Now, after a biker gang shootout left nine people dead in Texas, many are wondering what such gangs really stand for.
Some American producers are thriving -- so much so that they're willing to pull back their factory curtains, giving visitors a glimpse at the assembly line magic. Take a look at seven great American factory tours.