• Ben Affleck Meets With Ex-Nanny: See the Pic That Sparked the Scandal

    More details are now coming out about Ben Affleck's late-night meet-up on July 17 with his ex-nanny, Christine Ouzounian. Both Ben and Christine smile big in this photo taken at a rental house, where Ben was staying at the time. The 42-year-old actor is seen coming out of the house to greet 28-year-old Christine, who was driving his car. According to an eyewitness, she was also seen driving Ben's Lexus earlier in the day to run errands, and spent about two hours at the house before leaving. WATCH: Ben Affleck's Former Nanny 'Tipped Off the Paparazzi' About Los Angeles Rendezvous A source previously told ET exclusively that Christine actually "tipped off the paparazzi" about the rendezvous, so that photos would be taken of her and Ben together. Splash News WATCH: A Somber Ben Affleck Returns Alone After Bahamas Trip With Jennifer Garner Late last month, Ben's rep slammed reports that the Oscar winner is romantically involved with Christine, calling them "complete garbage" and "full of lies." But Christine is reportedly claiming to friends that her relationship with the A-list star did indeed become intimate, according to People. ET can confirm she was seen at the Hotel Bel Air last month, where Christine's friend told the magazine that Christine would talk of trysts with Ben there. Meanwhile, Jennifer Garner is currently in Atlanta filming her latest movie, Miracles From Heaven. Last Sunday, she spent her day off visiting sick children at an Atlanta hospital with her co-star, Kylie Rogers, posing for pics with patients and their families. But while it may look like Jennifer is unbothered by the nanny rumors, E! News reports that the 43-year-old actress is actually "livid" over the story and "eager for it to go away." WATCH: Did Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner's Ex-Nanny's Engagement End Because of the Actor? Christine was let go by the former couple after working for the family for a "matter of months," a source previously told ET. Her closest friends thought she was being strangely tight-lipped about the reason for her firing, the source added, though Ben wrote a glowing recommendation letter on her behalf. She also joined Ben and Jennifer in the Bahamas last month, around the time the two announced they were divorcing, though Ben returned to Los Angeles alone. Watch the video below for more details on Christine, including the fact that she was previously engaged to a local fisherman in the Bahamas.

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  • Wife Cheating On Husband Needs To Figure Out Why

    DEAR ABBY: I am 21 and on my second marriage. My husband of two years is every girl's dream man -- the kindest, gentlest, most patient guy. He loves me for everything, including my flaws. I honestly believe he is the only one who could ever handle me.So tell me, why am I cheating on him? I never thought I could find myself in this situation. I have a lot happening in my life, but there is no excuse for why I am straying from such an amazing husband. I love him, but when I get a text, I hope so badly that it's from the other man, and when it's from my husband I feel disappointment. ...

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  • Justin Blackmon's weird NFL career is likely over

    The Jaguars have given up Blackmon's return, as has, seemingly, the man himself. Justin Blackmon's NFL career is likely over. Jaguars GM David Caldwell said so himself, confirming that the team has had no contact with the wideout and that he believes that Blackmon would struggle to come back as the same player after a nearly two-year absence.

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  • My Spouse Wants to Retire Early. Can We Do It?

    The "right time" to retire is different for each person, which is what makes defining it so elusive. Here's how you can determine if you can retire early.

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  • Epson may have just fixed the most annoying issue with cheap printers

    Ink printers are such an annoying thing to deal with, especially when you have to constantly replace cartridges. Thankfully Epson seems to be fully aware of this, which is why the company has figured out how to deliver a printer that can purportedly run for years without needing an ink change. DON’T MISS: Windows 10 is spying on almost everything you do – here’s how to opt out As The Wall Street Journal notes, Epson’s new EcoTank printers can “run for years without running dry,” and save you a bunch of money on printer cartridges. However, this also means you’ll have to pay more money upfront to use this new printing tech instead of buying a cheap printer and then paying through the nose for

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  • U.S. officials: 5 Pentagon-trained fighters captured in Syria

    Pentagon has lost track of some of the fighters who have apparently scattered; fighters probably captured by al-Nusra

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  • Star Wars: Battlefront lets you pilot the Millennium Falcon in 20-player dogfights

    The latest footage of Star Wars: Battlefront from this year's Gamescom shows a new gameplay mode named Fighter Squadron that allows gamers to take part in hectic 20-player aerial dogfights, piloting X-Wings, TIE fighters, and even the Millennium Falcon itself. "Fighter Squadron will put you inside the cockpit of some of the most memorable vehicles ever seen in the Star Wars galaxy," said Battlefront senior producer Sigurlina Ingvarsdottir at the Gamescom event. As with previous clips, this new Fighter Squadron mode feels as true to the original Star Wars films as any game that's been released before.

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  • NBA's all-time starting five - Chicago Bulls (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 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 Chicago Bulls.

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  • Calm Down, Internet: This Female Engineer Isn't False Advertising

    In cities around the world, ads in subway stations have become a flash point for social critique. In New York, two comedians filed a lawsuit when the Metropolitan Transit Authority refused to install their posters poking fun at Muslim stereotypes. Everyone is smart, creative, and hilarious," stated one ad featuring platform engineer Isis Wenger.

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  • The 10 Best Stocks to Hold Forever

    Few people realize these stocks exist. But many of the richest, most successful investors have been cashing in on them for decades. Now you can too...

  • Newborn baby found in stroller in South Los Angeles

    A newborn baby, with his umbilical cord still attached, was found in a stroller near a church in South Los Angeles Tuesday.

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  • Perrie Edwards Breaks Her Silence After Zayn Malik Split

    rachelannepilcher: Perrie Edwards has let her fans know that she’s doing okay since Zayn Malik called off their engagement and ended their relationship in her first TV interview since the heartbreaking news broke. Yep, while we spent most of last night sobbing into our Sainsbury’s Basics cheese and a bottle of rosé, Pez sat down with E! for a chat with her Little Mix bandmate, who are supporting her at this tough time. Because, let’s be honest, nothing is better than having your best pals around you in these situations.

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  • Drone delivers bundle of drugs to prison yard, causes serious hoopla

    When a package containing heroin, marijuana and tobacco lands in a prison yard, things go pretty much the way you'd expect.

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  • Gen. Stanley McChrystal explains what most people get wrong about Navy SEALs

    Most people think of Navy SEALs as superheroes who work together like a real-life Avengers...

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  • NBA Star Dwight Howard's Waffle House Feast Was Reasonable for a 6'11" Basketball Player

    Basketball star Dwight Howard is the latest celebrity to declare his love for Georgia-based 24-hour breakfast chain Waffle House on social media. The Houston Rockets center stopped by the restaurant Tuesday morning and decided to avoid the savory or sweet breakfast conundrum and just order both. His meal included toast, grits, eggs, a steak, and of course a waffle — which doesn't seem unreasonable for a 6'11" professional athlete — which he Instagrammed with captions singing the praises of the chain.

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  • 8 Tiny Backyard Buildings for Work or Play (8 photos)

    You know that disheveled shack in the corner of the yard? It might just be one of your home’s major assets. These backyard buildings prove that an underutilized backyard shed is a work or play space simply waiting to be discovered. Get ready to shed your preconceived notions—because outbuildings are in. | By Debra Immergut, BobVila.com

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  • The Freakishness of Christianity

    Evangelical Christianity has long had a stranglehold on how Americans imagine public faith. Vague invocations of “religion”—whether it’s “religion vs. science” or “religious freedom”—usually really mean “conservative, Protestant, evangelical Christianity,” and this assumption inevitably frames debates about American belief. For the other three-quarters of the population—Catholics, Jews, other Protestants, Muslims, Hindus, secular Americans, Buddhists, Wiccans, etc.—this can be infuriating. For some evangelicals, it’s a sign of success, a linguistic triumph of the culture wars.

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  • Vincent admits Brady was disciplined under policy not given to players

    While basic P.R. concerns prevent the NFLPA from putting it this way, the primary argument against the suspension of Tom Brady is that, even if he did what he’s accused of doing, he can’t be suspended for it. As to Brady’s alleged “general awareness” that one or more Patriots employees were deflating footballs, the NFLPA…

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  • Floyd Mayweather Gifts Ashley Theophane a Chrysler 300

    Floyd Mayweather has an impressive collection of cars. It has included multiple Bugattis, a Ferrari Enzo, and a Koenigsegg. His latest acquisition is a Chrysler 300 that won’t be joining the rest of his collection. Instead, he gave this car to his protégé, Ashley Theophane. Chrysler has always marketed the 300 as a luxury sedan,

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  • 42,000 Pounds Of Trash Removed From Hawaii Home

    A court-ordered cleanup crew hauled away more than 42,000 pounds of trash from a woman's home last week in the Kaimuki neighborhood of Honolulu, Hawaii. Neighbors say they’ve been complaining to city officials about the property -- which was filled with trash, infested with rodents, and smelled of "urine, feces and mold" -- since...

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  • Donald Trump: I Really Do Believe We’re Creating a Bubble

    Aug. 4 -- On a “With All Due Respect” interview, presidential candidate Donald Trump discusses a wide range of topics, including interest rates, the Volcker Rule, former treasury Secretary Robert Rubin and Citizens United. On the lighter side, he tells Mark and John what he likes to do for fun and gives them some insight into his sleeping habits.

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