Eighty security guards were stationed around an exclusive French Riviera hotel that stored a $2.6 million necklace — but apparently, that wasn't enough. Thieves were still able to make off with the piece, pulling off the second million-dollar heist at Cannes Film Festival in a week.
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Faced with a flooded course in which some fairways were more suited for fishing than playing golf, the LPGA Tour found a unique solution Thursday. It shortened the Ocean Club to 12 holes for at least the first round of its inaugural Bahamas Classic.
Lea Michele has stories to share about the many auditions she has passed.
It started more than a decade ago, a few hundred motorcycle riders looking for an informal group to join for a 20-mile trip through Northern Virginia to the Pentagon, where nearly a half-million fellow bikers idled before the national Rolling Thunder event.
Sergio Garcia was forced to apologize for a comment he made about Tiger Woods that some interpreted as racist.
The company Real Bronx Tours has dropped its billed trips to see a real, live New York City "ghetto," after local politicians railed and termed the tourist draw — which grabbed at the European and Australian market — a despicable example of capitalism run amok.
Sergio Garcia apologized for saying he would "serve fried chicken" while making a joke about having Tiger Woods over for dinner.
A bus company that bills one of its tours as a real-life ride through an actual inner-city ghetto has been packing the seats, as tourists from Europe and Australia have flocked for the up-close-and-personal glimpse into one of America's crime-ridden areas.