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The Next BMW M5 Is Rumored to Do 0-62 MPH in 3.5 Seconds

The next M5 will be quick. Shocking, we know.<p>BMW's upcoming M550i xDrive is silly quick–promising a sub-four-second 0-60 mph time. That means the top-dog M5 should be a sport sedan rocket. We're still a few months away from seeing the new M5, but a new rumor from<i>BMWBlog</i> suggests it'll run from …

Capello weighs in on Madrid's Benitez

Fabio Capello said there is more than meets the eye to coaching Real Madrid.<p>Fabio Capello said he was unsurprised by the turmoil at former club Real Madrid, suggesting it is hard to understand from the outside looking in.<p>Capello coached Real Madrid in two separate spells, first in 1996-97 when he …

The Ten Most Ridiculous Car Design Details

Amazing or awful, some design details that end up on production cars are just completely ridiculous. These ten laughable design features fall right …

Sports Cars

A US prison in Iraq—dubbed “Jihadi University”—gave birth to the Islamic State

We know an awful lot about the rise of ISIL, or the Islamic State—including where it got its start.<p>There are “many strands of blame,” according to a recent New York Times article (paywall), but an indisputable element is Camp Bucca, an American prison in southern Iraq during the US occupation. It …

Islam

Japanese gang boss found beaten to death

<b>(CNN) —</b> A man described by police as a boss in Japan's organized crime network, the yakuza, was found dead on Sunday night, bleeding from the head after being bludgeoned multiple times, a police official told CNN.<p>Tatsuyuki Hishida was found bleeding from the head with multiple injuries, said police …

Google just got a lot better at understanding questions like an actual person

Google’s search algorithms have gotten better at answering questions over the year, but the company says it’s now taking a new leap forward: understanding the <i>meaning</i> behind your queries.<p>Basically, Google can now break down sentences to work at the intent behind your question, even when you don’t …