Roundabouts, used in place of stop signs and traffic signals, are a type of circular intersection that can significantly improve traffic flow and safety, according to the American Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. In this 2010 video, IIHS explains that where roundabouts were installed, motor vehicle crashes declined by about 40 percent, and those involving injuries were reduced by about 80 percent.
How roundabouts work
Trump says 'both sides' are to blame for Charlottesville violence
Trump says US "locked and loaded" if North Korea attacks Guam
In light of Trump era policies, immigrants attempt to leave U.S. for Canada
Giant inflatable chicken resembling Trump draws crowd near White House
Young South Koreans find their political voice
Will the Russian government get to keep this New York mansion?
Meet the Grinders: A group modifying their bodies with tech
Trump announces the RAISE Act
How net neutrality works
White House sanctions Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and labels him a ‘dictator’
Anthony Scaramucci mocked by late-night hosts
6 things to know about new White House Chief of Staff John Kelly
During a press conference about infrastructure held at Trump Tower on Aug. 15, President Donald Trump said that “both sides,” including the “alt-left” were to blame for the violent rally in Charlottesville, VA.
President Donald Trump told reporters after a security briefing at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J., Thursday, Aug. 10, 2017 that the U.S. was "preparing for many of different alternative events at North Korea." A day later he sent out a tweet that read, "Military solutions are now fully in place,locked and loaded,should North Korea act unwisely."
Every day migrants who came to the U.S. from across the globe arrive at the U.S.-Canadian border where they are met by police. They desire to live in Canada, hoping its policies will give them the security they believe the political climate in the United States does not.
A giant inflatable chicken with a resemblance to President Donald Trump attracted attention near the White House on Wednesday. California documentary filmmaker Tarang Singh Brar was behind the display and explained why he did it.
The Russian government has owned the Killenworth mansion on Long Island since after World War II, using it as a weekend retreat for its United Nations delegation and Russian diplomats. But recent tension between the U.S. and Russia has the potential to change that.
The DefCon 2017 conference drew hackers and IT people from all over the world to discuss vulnerabilities and hacking techniques; including biohacking. One group of individuals who call themselves “grinders” are aiming to expand the uses of technology by implanting chips into their bodies.
The future of protecting an open Internet has been the subject of fierce debate, and potential changes to the rules by the Federal Communications Commission could impact your online experience. (Originally published May 2014)
The White House announced sanctions against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, a day after he claimed victory in the country’s election. National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin made the announcement during the press briefing on July 31.
On July 25, 2017 Anthony Scaramucci was named President Trump's new White House communications director -- and late-night hosts like Stephen Colbert had a lot to say about it. Ten days later, Scaramucci resigned from his post as communications director to give Chief of Staff John Kelly "a clean slate."
Department of Homeland Security Secretary and retired four-star general John Kelly is Trump's replacement for outgoing White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus. Here's what you need to know about the retired Marine.
The Senate narrowly rejected the Republican’s ’skinny repeal’ of the Affordable Care Act in a 51-49 vote. Sen. John McCain casted a key ‘no’ vote along with fellow Republican senators Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski.