Monster Energy’s skier David Wise (USA) and teammate snowboarder Christian Haller (SUI) set two new world records for the Highest Ski and Snowboard Airs on a Hip at the Suzuki Nine Knights Perfect Hip event in Watles, South Tyrol, Italy.
E3 is the world's premier trade show for computer and video games and related products. The show is owned by the Entertainment Software Association (ESA), the U.S. association dedicated to serving the business and public affairs needs of the companies, publishing interactive games for video game consoles, handheld devices, personal computers, and the Internet.
In a masters rarity, two women in the same age group set American records at almost the same distance in April
Roughly 300 airmen applied to become astronauts after NASA opened up the application process last December. And in March, a nomination board whittled those candidates down to the remaining 244.
The revolution is coming. Robot drivers will soon replace humans. If you live in the Chandler, Arizona area and have a bachelor’s degree, you might just get to witness and be a part of history-in-the-making before A.I.’s take over the world and send us to our doom. Google will pay you good money to test its self-driving cars.
DELTA BECOMES FIRST U.S. AIRLINE TO OFFER ENTIRE IN-FLIGHT ENTERTAINMENT SUITE FREE TO ALL PASSENGERS
Beginning next month, Delta Air Lines will be the first U.S. carrier to offer its entire in-flight entertainment options to all customers free-of-charge.
VALDEZ, Alaska (WUSA9 ) -- A Faquier High School graduate is flying into the record books. Last weekend, Bobby Breeden’s takeoff of just 40 feet earned the championship title at the annual Valdez, Alaska Fly-In for the fifth time.
Bullseye! Watch 'Human Arrow' stuntman tear through a target as he soars over China's Great Wall in his wingsuit
A wingsuit stuntman dubbed the 'Human Arrow' smashed a personal record as he tore through a target suspended over the Great Wall of China.
Let's take a look at some of the smallest airport in America
It weighs over 100,000 tonnes, is nearly as long as the 102-storey Empire State Building in Manhattan and serves 18,150 meals a day to over 3,200 sailors and 2,480 airmen. Welcome to the USS Theodore Roosevelt. Nicknamed the 'Big Stick', the Nimitz Class supercarrier has a a 4.5 acre flight deck serving its 60 war planes and leads a strike group that comprises five ships. The ultimate symbol of American naval might, USS Theodore Roosevelt is currently on an eight-month deployment during which it is expected to relieve the USS Carl Vinson strike group that has been conducting airstrikes against the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria. Here's a glimpse of what it's like to be inside the USS Theodore Roosevelt: