MIAMI -- It is possible that, as LeBron James warms up for the Heat on Sunday, fans at American Airlines Arena will be looking down at their phones to follow Tiger Woods' surge at the U.S. Open. Of course, the way Tiger played Saturday, it is also possible that Tiger will pull his phone out on the 18th fairway to get a Heat-Thunder score. Tiger is five strokes off the lead on a course that just put him in a headlock. The odds are not good.
â¢ Just one week after celebrating her 30th birthday, Kim Kardashian is still celebrating. This time, the starlet was helping pal Ciara ring in her 25th birthday at New York's Greenhouse. Kardashian emceed the surprise party and even sang "Happy Birthday" to her singer pal while Chris Brown deejayed. The girlfriends danced all night and partied until 3 a.m.
Renting a car has been a costly proposition in recent months, and Monday's news that industry giant Hertz is planning to buy Dollar Thrifty may have travelers wondering whether deals will be even harder to find.
Chris Brown is headed to lunch in a place where eyes pan like security cameras, scanning for threats. It's the giant, circus-tent of a cafeteria at the Olympic Village, and everywhere athletes are stealing furtive glances at those who would get between them and their destiny.
If the stock markets' wild swings have been making you nervous, it might be time to consider an asset-allocation fund. These hybrids mix stocks, bonds, and cash in parachute portfolios designed to catch wind in boom times and to cushion against sharp drops.
Riding high from her smash single "Umbrella," Rihanna cleaned up at this year's MTV Video Music Awards, taking home two of the evening's most prestigious trophies: video of the year and monster single of the year.