Many of the things we take for granted in our current road cars — things like strong disc brakes, aerodynamic body work, and compact, powerful motors — were born on the race track. Real Engineering looks at some the greatest innovations that have come from Formula One racing, and a few others that are just now making their way into road cars.
President Barack Obama will leave office for good on January 20, 2017. Although we've been trying not to think about the end of the last eight years and the mayhem that is to follow, this goodbye speech makes it all too real. In his final weekly address, the POTUS gives the American people a heartfelt thank you, as he bids farewell to his position as commander-in-chief.
Guy Richie's 2000 cult-classic Snatch is coming to Sony's Crackle network as a multi-part TV series. A group of up-and-coming hustlers stumble upon a truck full of gold bullion, and get thrust into London's criminal underground. Snatch stars Rupert Grint of Harry Potter fame and releases on March 17, 2017.
Nothing pairs with the elegance of black truffles like the crude mouth of Action Bronson. With a little under $2,000-worth of truffles, the rapper/chef and host Seth Meyers get loose while testing out a recipe from Bronson's upcoming F*ck, That's Delicious cookbook.
In this deleted scene from The Force Awakens, Rey runs into an old friend at Maz Kanata's watering hole. Scrapper Unkar Plutt confronts Rey and tells her she owes him — but Chewbacca isn't have any of it. He kindly relieves Unkar of his right arm, and lets him know Rey isn't going anywhere with him.
This is definitely not your summertime family get-together badminton. Mads Conrad-Petersen and Mads Pieler Kolding of Denmark went up against Takeshi Kamura and Keigo Sonoda of Japan in the semifinals of the World Superseries 2016 Finals in Dubai. What started as a good save turned into an amazing rally, with Kamura and Sonoda scoring.