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Los Angeles is big. Really big. Four million residents, 503 square miles, and the third-largest metropolitan GDP on the planet. Within the city limits, you will find six Fortune 500 companies, hundreds of languages, and millions of families. And alongside that thriving e ...

 

On Thursday, 16 outgoing flights from Los Angeles International Airport to Florida were canceled and 13 incoming flights were also halted due to Hurricane Matthew, officials said. Airport closures and over 2,500 canceled flights in anticipation of Hurricane Matthew were a...

 

The 86 feels exactly like the kind of car that it was designed to be, a first or second car for Millennials who appreciate an affordable price and are willing to overlook the little details, like a push-button start or an easy-to-find key slot in the trunk. The 86 retains...

 

The $2.6 million (before taxes) Chiron is the latest Bugatti to challenge the limits of automotive technology, engineering and performance. Bugatti doesn’t build cars for the same reason as any other international consumer automaker. Your average automotive firm builds th...