• Britney Spears Flashes a Huge Smile While Doing a Perfect Split in a Tiny Bikini

    Britney Spears has definitely been working on her splits! The 33-year-old pop star is still just as flexible as she was back when she first exploded onto the pop scene, and she proved it on Friday, pulling off a perfect split on the beach in Kauai, Hawaii. Splash News WATCH: Britney Spears Flaunts Bikini Body for 'Women's Health,' Shares Workout Secrets Brit looked super toned in a blue-and-white striped bikini, but what shined even brighter was the singer’s superstar smile! It turns out that spending your time doing yoga on a beach in Hawaii has a way of brightening your mood. A source tells ET that Britney was excited to be relaxing with her sons, Jayden and Sean, during their tropical getaway. They splashed around on the hotel waterslides, took dips in the ocean, and even hit the local mall. PHOTOS: Britney Spears Through the Years Britney and her kids were joined on the excursion by her nanny and two security guards, the source says. Last month, Britney showed off the results of her beach yoga and healthy living by flashing her killer abs on Instagram. Check out the video below to see more.

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  • Source: Ben Affleck's Former Nanny 'Tipped Off the Paparazzi' About Los Angeles Rendezvous

    A source tells ET that Christine Ouzounian, the nanny who has been linked to Ben Affleck, had only worked with the family for "a matter of months" and had joined Affleck and Jennifer Garner in the Bahamas earlier this month after the couple announced they were divorcing. This comes after Us Weekly alleged in a report on Wednesday that Affleck was romantically involved with Ouzounian, whom the couple reportedly hired from an upscale Beverly Hills nanny agency to look after their three children, Violet, 9; Seraphina, 6; and Samuel, 3. According to ET's source, Ouzounian was let go by the couple. And, her closest friends thought she was being strangely tight-lipped about the reason for her firing, though Affleck wrote a glowing recommendation letter on her behalf. WATCH: Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner Split: New Details on What Went Wrong "It was really sudden," the source says. "She was weirdly quiet about why the job just ended." She stayed quiet Wednesday as paparazzi followed her to her home in Santa Monica. Photos have surfaced of Ouzounian bringing Affleck champagne at his rental home in Los Angeles. Another source tells ET that Ouzounian "tipped off the paparazzi" about that rendezvous so that photos would be taken of her and Affleck together. Affleck's rep has staunchly denied Us Weekly's claims, saying that the story is "complete garbage and full of lies" and that any rumors of a romantic relationship between the 42-year-old actor and the 28-year-old nanny are "baseless and untrue." WATCH: Ben Affleck's Rep Calls Report Actor Is Dating a Nanny 'Complete Garbage'

  • Blackhawks: Jonathan Quick heaps high praise on Toews, Kane

    Jonathan Quick is quite familiar with Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane. The Kings All-Star netminder squared off with the Blackhawks' dynamic duo in back-to-back Conference Finals in 2013 and 2014, both teams getting past each other en route to a Stanley Cup victory Blackhawks in 2013, Kings in 2014. Quick wrote a nice piece for the Players' Tribuneevaluating the elite snipers in the NHL, and provided a detailed analysison what makes Toews and Kane so dangerous.

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  • 5 Overlooked Ways to Cool Down a Hot Room (7 photos)

    There's one in every home. Whether it's a finished basement or a converted attic, a west-facing sunroom or a live-in garage, there always seems to be a particular spot in the house where the temperature soars in the summer. While other rooms under the same roof remain perfectly comfortable, in the problem area it's 10 degrees hotter than everywhere else. To cope, some homeowners simply close off the unbearable room, leaving it mostly unoccupied until the fall. Others resort to noisy, unsightly window air conditioners, even though such appliances can be exorbitantly expensive to run. Looking for a lasting solution you can afford? Click through now to see a range of effective possibilities, from the indirect benefit of shady landscaping to the direct relief of a ductless cooling system from Mitsubishi Electric. | By Donna Boyle Schwartz , BobVila.com

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  • Olympics: Tokyo logo design ruffles feathers abroad

    Tokyo's 2020 Olympic emblem has triggered astonishment in Europe due to its resemblance to the logo of a Belgian theatre and a separate Spanish design. In the latest public relations blow to Tokyo after plans for its $2 billion Olympic stadium were ditched, a Belgium-based designer took to social media to register surprise over the similarities between the logos. "Striking when you know the Liege Theatre logo has been regularly shared on Pinterest," Studio Debie wrote on its Facebook page.

  • Police Rescue Bulldog from Hot Car in New Jersey While the Owner Shopped

    Police and a bystander helped rescue a dog from a searing hot car when its owner was nowhere to be found. Fifi — an English bulldog — was left in the car by her owner in Tenafly, New Jersey, on Monday and luckily, a Good Samaritan and police were able to get her out and save her life. Urman — who is also the owner of PetResQ Inc. — said she went into local stores to try to find the owner and when that didn’t work, she took to social media and posted photos of Fifi and the woman’s car to her Facebook page.

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  • Samsung will 'adjust' Galaxy S6 pricing after disappointing earnings

    Samsung Electronics posted second-quarter earnings today in line with its own predictions: the company's net profit fell eight percent year-on-year to 5.75 trillion won ($4.93 billion) on sales of 48.5 trillion won ($41.7 billion), down seven percent from last year. Samsung says its mobile division expects a "difficult business environment" in the second half of the year, but plans to keep up sales momentum by "adjusting the price" of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, along with introducing some new high-end phone models — likely the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus.

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  • Carlos Gomez was headed to the Mets, Wilmer Flores cried, then the deal fell apart

    It's been a wild MLB trade season and no deal had more twists and turns than the Mets' attempt to land Carlos Gomez. The New York Mets have been rumored to be in the market for another bat for most of the summer. For a brief period, it appeared they found what they were looking for after reportedly agreeing to a deal for Carlos Gomez.

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  • Las Vegas attempts to tame rowdy Fremont Street experience

    A bawdy gauntlet of street performers and tip-seeking costumed characters crowding Las Vegas' Fremont Street have been driving tourists away, city leaders said as they moved toward imposing new rules to ...

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  • Kylie Jenner Planning Big TV Wedding!

    The reality star has been rumored to already be planning what could be a televised wedding to boyfriend Tyga, so is it only a matter of time?

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  • Why no one wants to travel to Naples

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  • Cara Delevingne Defends Herself After Enduring Awkward Interview

    If you watched Cara Delevingne's incredibly awkward interview on "Good Morning Sacramento," you know that the model-turned-actress, who was promoting "Paper Towns," was just working with what she was given -- which was some really terrible questions from the show's totally tone-deaf hosts. That's why we're not entirely sure if "The...

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  • Trump shows staying power with surge ahead of first debate

    By James Oliphant WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Some Republicans gleefully scripted Donald Trump's political obituary in the wake of his scathing comments about Sen. John McCain's military service earlier this month, hoping that his freewheeling presidential campaign had finally imploded. Instead, Trump is gaining momentum ahead of next week's first Republican debate, a new Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll shows. The poll shows Trump with his greatest support yet nationally, as nearly a quarter of Republicans surveyed said he would be their choice as the party's presidential nominee in 2016.

  • NBA's all-time starting five - New York Knicks (15 photos)

    You’re in your second semester of AP Basketball History, you love really good teams, and you love lists. With precious little drama left in the NBA’s 2015 offseason, why don’t we hit the barroom and/or barbershop, pour ourselves a frosty mug of Barbicide, and get to arguin’ over each franchise’s most formidable starting five-man lineup. Because we don’t like making tough decisions, the lineups will reflect the All-NBA line of thinking. There will be no differentiation between separate forward and guard positions, and the squads will be chosen after careful consideration of individual merits only – we don’t really care if your team’s top shooting guard and point guard don’t get along. These rankings will roll out based on when each franchise began its NBA life. We continue with the New York Knicks.

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  • Catfished! Girls Scam ISIS on Social Media for Travel Money

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  • Piling on Gold

    With the price of gold down about 6% in the last month, following almost four years of declines, the gold bears have become emboldened. A fresh trend piece by Bloomberg makes the case that gold is down in part because it has lost its “charisma.” To be sure, there are many concrete, fundamental reasons for gold to be lagging, including the prospect of a rising dollar (gold tends to trade inversely to the greenback) and weak demand from China, a major consumer of the metal. “Sentiment means a lot in the bullion market, where only about 60% of what gets mined or recycled each year is used in jewelry and industrial applications,” writes Bloomberg.

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  • Dashcam catches off-duty cop threatening to put 'hole in head' of driver

    Technically Incorrect: A Massachusetts driver makes a wrong turn. What happens next, all filmed on his dashcam, has led to an investigation. And yes, it's now on YouTube.

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  • How much money do you have to save each day to become a millionaire at 65?

    There are plenty of legal ways of becoming a millionaire, but you probably won’t be able to do it overnight. However, if you’re determined to reach that particular milestone, there is a way to save $1 million by 65, assuming you’re willing to adopt a strict savings plan. DON’T MISS: How to download and install Windows 10 right now The plan was discovered by Business Insider in David Bach’s Smart Couples Finish Rich book and appears to be quite simple, at least on paper. According to Bach, you have to commit and stick to a systematic savings and investment plan for your money, even if you don’t have any money to begin with. “You don’t need to have money to make money,”

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  • Cops from US to Australia in hunt for Mexico capo: DEA

    Police from the Americas to Europe and Australia have joined forces in a "marathon" to catch Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, a top US law enforcement official said. Almost three weeks after Guzman's brazen jailbreak, US Drug Enforcement Administration Deputy Administrator Jack Riley told AFP he was "optimistic" the Sinaloa drug cartel kingpin will be recaptured, though it will be tough. "The hunt for him is a marathon, not a sprint," the DEA's number two official said in a telephone interview from Washington.

  • Ronda Rousey ready for "dangerous" Bethe Correia

    The UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion explains why Correia's bite is vicious but her bark is motivating Rousey to dominate.

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