Brad Keselowski knows these things can't be explained. For some reason, his car just seems faster than any other machine on the track. Every move he makes is the right one, even though he's been driving with a sore left ankle.
The Obama administration has explained its effort to block AT&T's purchase of T-Mobile USA by saying it will fight mergers that would reduce competition and hurt consumers.
NASCAR star Tony Stewart scoffed at the notion he turned down an invitation from the White House as some sort of political statement.
Former NHL player Wade Belak hanged himself, according to a person familiar with the case. Belak, an enforcer who had played with five NHL teams before retiring in March, was found dead Wednesday in Toronto. He was 35.
Dana Hardie has been out of work since January and spends her days picking up cans and scrap metal along the side of the road to make ends meet.
NASCAR's most popular driver will stay with the most dominant race team at least through 2017.
The Justice Department is blocking AT&T's $39 billion deal to buy T-Mobile USA, saying the acquisition of the No. 4 wireless carrier in the country by No. 2 AT&T would reduce competition and raise prices. That's according to a person familiar with the matter.
Brad Keselowski will return to the Nationwide Series this week at Atlanta Motor Speedway after missing the past four races.
The Justice Department's rejection of AT&T's proposed purchase of T-Mobile USA will test new federal guidelines on challenging mergers and the companies' resolve in forming the nation's largest wireless carrier.