image:popularmechanics A magnetic levitation (maglev) sled designed by the US Air Force has fired its way into the history books by breaking the current world land-speed record for a maglev craft, at a blistering speed of 1,019kmph (633mph).
image: starwar.com LOS ANGELES — "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" has reached $1 billion at the box office, reaching the milestone with record-setting hyper speed.
image:paralympic.org The US ‘armless archer’ broke his own record for the farthest accurate shot.
image: masterstrack.com M75 Olympian Ed Burke set a world record on his 76th birthday and three others claimed American records on Day 1 (Friday) at Albuquerque (henceforth ABQ) indoor nationals.
image:telegraph John Kerry is now the most traveled secretary of state, breaking the record upon arrival in the Gulf nation of Bahrain Wednesday.
image:abc7news FREMONT, Calif. -- There is a world record for just about everything and today, and a young man proved it Saturday by breaking a record most people have never heard of.
image:syracuse.com Syracuse, N.Y. -- When you're America's Snowiest Big City, you can lead the league even when you're having an off-year.
Image:design by USA Records Organization-USKings USA Records Organization-USKings introduce this article ‘ United States's Scariest Bridges in the America ‘ Don’t look down, because for those who don’t cope well at great heights, these incredible photos show some of the most terrifying bridges in the world. From rickety rope bridges to sky-high crossings suspended hundreds of feet from the ground, these awe-inspiring bridges are not for the faint hearted.
Image: Guardian USA Records Organization-USKings introduce this article ‘ 107-year-old Hulton bridge demolished in Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania, US ‘ The 107-year-old Hulton bridge over Pittsburgh’s Allegheny river was demolished on Tuesday 26 January, 2016.
Image: stanford USA Records Organization-USKings introduce this article ‘ New Stanford battery shuts down at high temperatures and restarts when it cools in The US ‘ Stanford researchers have invented a lithium-ion battery that turns on and off depending on the temperature. The new technology could prevent battery fires that have plagued laptops, hoverboards and other electronic devices.