• Khloe Kardashian Shares Shocking Waist Training Pic: 'Once You Try It You Will Become Obsessed!'

    This looks painful. Khloe Kardashian is taking her health and fitness very seriously these days, but is also one of the celebs who have jumped on the waist-training trend for a little extra help squeezing their midsection into a smaller, and smaller space. The 31-year-old posted a shocking new waist training Instagram on Tuesday, writing, "Im obsessed with the gym but a little extra help never hurt nobody @waistgangsociety and @premadonna87 keep my waist snatched and posture perfect. Once you try it, you will become obsessed!!! Head over to whatsawaist.com the ONLY place to get your waist trainer!!!" WATCH: Khloe Kardashian's Waist Training Is Working Out Tyga's ex Blac Chyna also posted a new waist-training pic, writing, "Waist training of course in my @instacurve_ Trying to get into some trouble later ... What's Good?" WATCH: Khloe Kardashian Shares Super Skinny Selfie: 'People Love to Call Me the Fat One' Ow, ow, ow, owww... "My fitness journey will be a life long journey," Khloe wrote along with a selfie back in February. "Fitness is not about being better than someone else… It's about being better than you used to be. I'm not where I want to be and who knows if I ever will be. But I am healthier than ever and due to my consistent workouts, I am slowly seeing results." PHOTO: Kim Kardashian Is 'Waist Training' With A Super-Tight Corset While it seems to be becoming more popular, not everyone in Hollywood is a fan of waist training! Actress Kate Winslet seemed viscerally opposed to it when ET talked to her in June. WATCH: Waist Training Gone Too Far? Kim Zolciak Loses 4 Inches Off Her Already Tiny Waist "Why would you do that?!" Kate said. "Why would anyone willfully put themselves into a corset?" What do you think of waist training? WATCH: 8 Celebrities Who Waist Train Watch below.

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  • Jessa Seewald Publicly Sides With Father-in-Law Who Called Josh Duggar a 'Pretender'

    Jessa (Duggar) Seewald has gone public with her criticism of her brother Josh Duggar. The 22-year-old 19 Kids and Counting star took to Twitter on Tuesday, where she linked to a blog post written by her father-in-law Michael Seewald condemning Josh for being "a pretender" who sinned against God. "Go to seewalds.com and read the post on the Ashley Madison scandal," Jessa tweeted, linking back to the family's personal website. Go to http://t.co/czEcEbxxFr and read the post on the Ashley Madison scandal. http://t.co/H3iECw2OFX— Jessa Seewald (@JessaSeewald) September 1, 2015 WATCH: Jessa Seewald's Father-In-Law Slams 'Pretender' Josh Duggar in New Blog Post In the strongly worded open letter published Monday, Jessa's father-in-law wrote, "Though I have never gotten to know Josh very well, I have great respect for his sorrowing parents and immense sympathy for his dear wife Anna and their four children." The post was written in the wake of Josh's admission to infidelity and addiction to pornography after it was revealed that he had signed up for the adult extramarital dating site Ashley Madison. "It distresses me to say that Josh Duggar’s greatest sin is a byproduct of the sum total of his secretly sinful lifestyle. That is, that by his hypocrisy, he blasphemed the name of God. He claimed to be a Christian, but by his deeds he has suggested otherwise," Michael expressed in the lengthy post, which he says he wrote because of "an overwhelming desire to vindicate the name of God." WATCH: Josh Duggar Addresses Ashley Madison Accounts: I'm Addicted to Porn, Have Been Unfaithful to My Wife Last month Jessa hinted at the scandal surrounding her brother when she Instagrammed a photo of a Bible passage -- specifically 1 John 1:6, which reads, "If we say we have fellowship with while we walk in darkness, we lie and do not practice the truth." Josh allegedly check himself into a Christian rehab center to seek treatment and recovery, according to a statement written by the Duggar family. Check out the video below to hear more.

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  • Samsung Galaxy users are getting an exclusive news app

    Samsung today announced that it is partnering with European publisher Axel Springer to develop a news platform called UPDAY. The aggregated news content platform will offer ‘Need to Know’ information curated by a local editorial team and ‘Want to Know’ information which will be generated automatically by an algorithm. The announcement follows Apple's unveiling of its own news app, Apple News, which will debut in iOS 9.

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  • Curran: McNair comments prove Goodell sales job

    Houston Texans owner Bob McNair says it wasn't the NFL that escalated the Deflategate saga to what we see today, but it was Tom Brady and the New England Patriots who didn't cooperate fully. "What escalated the whole thing is that Brady and the Patriots were going to cooperate fully, and then when it came down to it, they didn't," said McNair. Patriots Insider Tom E. Curran says NFL commissioner Roger Goodell needed to make sure it's owners had the notion that the New England Patriots and it's quarterback are evil before going after one of the league's best players.

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  • Egypt gas find sparks panic in Israel about Israeli reserves

    JERUSALEM (AP) — Egypt's new natural gas bonanza is causing an uproar in Israel, with energy stocks plummeting and recriminations over indecisiveness and infighting that have delayed production from the country's own gas fields.

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  • Cop Killings Are Way Down During Obama Presidency

    Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke told Fox News yesterday, "President Obama has breathed life into this ugly movement," meaning Black Lives Matter and the "war on cops" Clarke says the president is at least partly responsible for. This is part of a larger narrative in right-wing media that cop killings are increasing due to Obama's tacit...

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  • MTV VMA 2015 Winners (4 photos)

    Here are some of the winners at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards. 

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  • Norway sends first convicts to Dutch 'luxury' prison

    Norway on Tuesday sent a group of convicts to a jail in the Netherlands for the first time because its own prisons are filled to the brim. "The first prisoners have arrived," Karl Hillesland, the new Norwegian head of Norgerhaven prison in the northern Netherlands, told AFP. Due to lack of space, more than 1,000 convicts in Norway are waiting to be placed in prisons, where they are often assigned to individual cells.

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  • 2017 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Cabriolet Arrives After 44-Year Hiatus

    Technically the S-Class Cabriolet is a follow up to the 1971 Mercedes 280 SE 3.5, but you should think of it as the fastest, most luxurious open top Mercedes ever.

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  • Was Obi-Wan Kenobi the worst military tactician in Star Wars history?

    If there's one thing you shouldn't do with the son of the most powerful Sith Lord in the galaxy, it's take it back to Vader's home planet.

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  • Neanderthals may have enjoyed hot baths at home in their caves

    An archaeological excavation in Spain reveals a concave hole believed to have been used by inhabitants for heated water. No rubber duckies -- or cave drawings of them -- were found.

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  • Alabama Men Catch and Rescue 2 Kittens While Fishing, Video Shows

    Two men on a fishing trip in Warrior River in Hueytown, Alabama, recently caught on video the catch of a lifetime: A pair of kittens. Friends Jason Frost, 28, and Brandon Key, 34, who live near the river, were waiting for something to bite on their lines this past Saturday when the sound of a splash behind them caught their attention, Frost told ABC News today.

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  • Kelly Bensimon Left $50K Worth of Jewelry in a Car and Guess What Happened Next

    Kelly Bensimon's recent jaunt to Martha's Vineyard wasn't all sailing trips and sunbathing.

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  • #1 Reason Not To Buy A New Computer

    Find out the real reason behind slow computers!

  • FBI Data Reveals Most Dangerous Cities In The U.S.

    New FBI data reveals the most dangerous cities in America. Law Street Media used four major crime categories with U.S. Census Bureau data for the rankings.

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  • 6 simple ways to improve your Wi-Fi signal

    With Google’s OnHub router attracting a lot of press lately, we thought it’d be a good time to run down some easy ways you can improve your Wi-Fi signal without having to plunk down $200 bucks for a fancy new toy. Without question, the OnHub router introduces a number of compelling new features, but the reality is that most folks will likely stick with whatever router their ISP gave them at sign-up. If you fall into this category, the following tips should be helpful. DON’T MISS: This versatile 15-in-1 Travel Jacket is Kickstarter’s most funded piece of clothing at $7.2M 1) Move your router to a central location One of the first things you can do to improve your Wi-Fi signal is

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  • LeBron James: Championship not a requirement of a great team

    LeBron indicates 1999-00 Trail Blazers were great, implies something about his own career

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  • Everyone has asked out Ronda Rousey, but she just said yes to a Marine

    Hey guys, I'm trying to take Ronda Rousey to the Marine Corps Ball this year and I need your help to reach out to her and her fans. Today, TMZ caught up with Rousey in a Whole Foods parking lot to ask her for a reply. Earlier TMZ had phoned Haschert into their show to ask him a few questions.

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  • Free Real Estate Event in Chicago 9/21 - 9/26!

    Join us for Than Merrill's, the star of A&E's 'Flip this House', free 2 hour training event in the Chicago area. Register before seats are gone!

  • The N-Word Was Written On a Florida Family’s Lawn

    The family is understandbly angry.

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  • North Korea Denies Apologizing to South Korea Over Mine Blasts

    North Korea denied that it apologized over land-mine blasts that maimed two South Korean soldiers last month, re-opening a dispute that triggered a military standoff with South Korea. North Korea’s expression of “regret” over the Aug. 4 explosions is no more than a statement that the incident in the demilitarized zone was unfortunate, the National Defense Commission led by Kim Jong Un said Wednesday in a statement carried by the official Korean Central News Agency. The denial refutes South Korea’s view that North Korea took responsibility for the mine explosions when negotiators agreed late last month to ratchet down border tensions and start trust-building steps.

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  • The Bad Habit That Makes You 4 Times More Likely to Catch a Cold

    This experimental study put the power of sleep to the test.

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