The changing of administrations after an election is one of the most chaotic times in government. There can be a total change of policy and personnel involving potentially thousands of people — and the race is on as the outgoing administration tries to cement its policy in the face of an incoming one. HBO had unprecedented access to the last year of the Obama administration as they prepared to hand over the reins of government while trying to keep all their work over the last eight years from being undone.
After a three-year hiatus, Ze Frank returns and he's brought his nature mockumentary series along with him. The "True Facts" revival kicks things off with an in-depth look at the masters of disguise, Frogfish.
Eating healthy doesn't have to be an expensive chore thanks to Huel. They offer nutritionally complete foods made from plant-based ingredients like oats, rice, flaxseed, coconut, and sunflower that are also sustainable and cut food-related carbon emissions. Choose from their powders, bars, and beverages, all of which are ready to consume in seconds. And they won't stress your budget either, as 2 bags of Huel contains 34 meals, which equates to just $1.73 per meal. One plant-based meal is packed with 40g protein, 17g carbs, good fats and fiber plus 27 vitamins and minerals at just 400 total calories for a perfect on-the-go option.
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Made in the USA, this classic machined pen is the perfect addition to your EDC lineup. It's compact, dependable, turned from solid barstock and finished to give each different material a distinct look and feel in your hand. Each pen comes with a clip and a PR4 Medium Black Fisher Space Pen cartridge which is replaceable through the set screw in the back of the pen. Choose from tumbled stainless steel, polished brass, and stainless steel with a black PVD DLC finish.
Capped Length: 4" / Length with cap posted: 5.75" / Diameter: 0.5" / Weight: Tumbled Stainless - 2.9oz, Black PVD DLC Stainless - 2.9oz, Polished Brass - 3.1oz
The fastest way around a race track isn't the shortest. A proper racing line is all about momentum and carrying it into the straights for maximum speed. Chain Bear F1 has this great explainer on racing lines and why they have little to do with geometry.
Stay dry. That's the best advice for the survivors in The Rain, a Danish project coming to Netflix. A virus carried by the rain has wiped out nearly all of Scandinavia, and the few people left must band together to survive. The series debuts May 4, 2018.
Quality footwear is synonymous with the Vans brand. And their revolutionary UltraRange design takes those values to the outdoor adventure seeker. Each pair is armed with a co-molded UltraCush midsole, updated Rapidweld detailing, a lightweight, die-cut rubber outsole with a reverse lug waffle pattern, and a breathable, "Old Skool" inspired upper. The breathable upper keeps feet cool, while molded heel support ensures a steady grip on uneven terrain. The EXO even has a revamped rubber toe and forefoot shape to provide an optimal fit without sacrificing Vans design DNA — making this a truly evolved edition of the UltraRange.
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Originally introduced in 1996, New Balance is bringing back the 850 for a return engagement. The shoe's wavy upper is made from a mix of suede, synthetics, and breathable mesh, with reflective measures on the heel and forefoot and a speed-lace design. Abzorb cushioning in the midsole provides added comfort, while the Rollbar TPU post in the midsole boosts stability. They're finished with a molded tongue label and a stitched logo on the outside rear.
New York City has an illustrious history of chess, and Imad Khachan is the proprietor of Chess Forum, the last chess shop in town. An immigrant with no family, Imad is "the father of everyone," in his own words. This intimate look inside Chess Forum shows the importance of community in a world where face-to-face gatherings are becoming far too infrequent.
There are a lot of rumors and half-truths surrounding space and what it's really like to be out there. Chris Hadfield was the first Canadian to walk in space and has been there three times, making him a bit of an expert on the subject. Chris refutes some of the biggest myths surrounding living above the atmosphere and even confirms a few in this question-and-answer session with WIRED.