Burglars hit tennis star Venus Williams’ Florida home, stealing $400,000 worth of goods while she was at the U.S. Open. Palm Beach Gardens police released a report Thursday about the burglary, which happened between Sept. 1 and 5. Police redacted details of what was stolen. The burglary was first reported by WPEC-TV. In June, Williams was involved in a traffic accident near her home that killed a passenger in the other car. The crash remains under investigation.
Suzanne Somers and husband Alan Hamel appeared together on Thursday’s edition of “Megyn Kelly Today” in what turned out to be an unexpectedly controversial appearance when the former “Three’s Company” star joked about marital rape.
Fans of iconic British sci-fi series “Doctor Who” received an early Christmas present on Friday when BBC released a sneak peek at the annual Christmas special, which traditionally airs on Dec. 25. In this first-look clip (above), the Doctor (Peter Capaldi) is seen entering the TARDIS along with a familiar face: himself, or at least an earlier version of himself.
Hey @Uber_Support, let me save you the trouble by responding for you: "We're sorry to hear that the account we said we deleted has been hacked again for the 100th time. We know our cyber security sucks but see how good we are at apologizing for it?"
.@Uber_Support Now I get an email welcoming me back to the Uber community & another telling me my password has been restored. Guess what geniuses — it ain't me! Again! All due respect, but Uber's cybersecurity is the equivalent of leaving the door unlocked & the windows open 2/2
.@Uber_Support This is freaking unbelievable! Please take a look at my past 50 "I've been hacked" messages to you people - including the most recent exchange, when I was assured (for, like the 4th or 5th time) my account would be deleted after being hacked a zillion times. 1/2
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