Thursday, September 14, 2017

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • Hurricane Irma forced Disney World in Florida to close for only the fifth time since it opened. 
  • Disney has pushed back "Star Wars: Episode IX" from its initial May 2019 release date after J.J. Abrams replaced filmmaker Colin Trevorrow, who parted ways with Disney last week citing differing creative visions. 
  • A woman in Colorado is suing Starbucks after she spilled a large tea they served her, which scalded and killed her dog. 
  • Simon Cowell has paid for an operation for one of the contestants on "Britain's Got Talent." 
  • Now there's a study that claims extroverts walk at a faster pace than those who are less outgoing. 
  • Allegiant Air is the first airline to accept ads from cannabis dispensaries. 
  • Mitt Romney is reportedly prepping for a possible run at the U.S. Senate from Utah in 2018. 
  • According to a survey, 40% of American adults still sleep with their teddy bear. 
  • Nearly 50% of U.S. broadband households are very concerned about unauthorized access of their connected devices or personal data. 
  • That Hurricane Relief telethon raised over $14 million in an hour Tuesday night and over $44 million after West Coast and other re-broadcasts. 
  • A judge awarded Rebel Wilson record damages of $3.6 on Wednesday over magazine articles the actress said cost her roles in Hollywood films. 
  • Eric and Lara Trump announced the arrival of their first child on Tuesday, a son they named Eric "Luke" Trump. That's the president's 9th grandchild. 
  • The 21-year-old son of actor Jean-Claude Van Damme has been arrested and is accused of holding his roommate at knifepoint at their apartment in suburban Phoenix. 
  • Dancing with the Stars' Carrie Ann Inaba and actor Robb Derringer have ended their engagement after 9 months. 
  • Singapore has elected their first woman president. 
  • This year, 22.2 million U.S. adults will cut the cord on cable, satellite or telco TV service -- up 33% over 2016. 

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