Skydivers Involved In Fiery, Two-Plane Crash Caught It All On Video

If two planes are going to collide mid-air, it's probably best that they're full of people who have some experience jumping out of them. Every single person involved in this collision in the sky above Wisconsin on Saturday survived because they were skydivers in the process of executing a jump. It's still scary as… » 11/05/13 7:47am 11/05/13 7:47am

Cameraman Hit By Runaway Tire At German Grand Prix

Mark Webber took his car into pit lane on lap nine for a routine tire change but there was apparently an issue attaching the right rear tire correctly. Webber was unaware and sped off, after a longer-than-normal stop, before the mechanics could properly secure it. The tire almost immediately flew off and began its… » 7/07/13 9:32am 7/07/13 9:32am

Inside the Morgan Motor Company (Mega Gallery)

Morgan is one of the strange anomalies of the automotive world. For one, it doesn't seem like they should exist at all. How many car manufacturers out there are as small as Morgan (2012 was a record year for production at around 1,500 cars over five models), haven't been swallowed up by a larger manufacturer, and still … » 6/05/13 2:39pm 6/05/13 2:39pm

A Camera Cable Fell On Kyle Busch's Car During The Coca-Cola 600

The cable, which belonged to FOX, snapped and struck several cars at lap 124 of the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Kyle Busch was in the lead, and presumably driving upwards of 200 miles an hour when the cable snapped and struck his car and others', causing the race to be red-flagged. » 5/26/13 9:08pm 5/26/13 9:08pm

Sources: ESPN Laying Off Hundreds [UPDATE]

ESPN is laying off a portion of its staff today, a network spokesman confirms to us. How many? ESPN won't say. A tipster told us earlier today that it would be more than 400 staffers. A source at ESPN said that number is a little high, but it appears to be in the hundreds. » 5/21/13 11:51am 5/21/13 11:51am

Scenes From The Final Hours Of The Watertown Manhunt

The manhunt in Watertown for suspected Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev concluded with Tsarnaev's capture around 8:45 p.m. Friday night. It capped off a surreal day that paralyzed the city of Boston and ensnared the Watertown community in a harrowing 24-hour period. » 4/20/13 11:48am 4/20/13 11:48am

Here's A Custom Map Of Everything That Has Happened Today So Far

There's way too much happening to attempt to cover what's still a developing situation, but here's a crowdsourced attempt to tell the story of what happened last night at MIT and this morning in Watertown. For your in-the-moment updates, browse over to Gawker. » 4/19/13 7:30am 4/19/13 7:30am