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  • Kris Jenner, 59, Shows Off Bikini Bod, Shoots Down Tummy Tuck Rumors

    At 59 years old, it's safe to say Kris Jenner's still got it! The Kardashian matriarch showed off her enviable physique while walking on the beach in St. Barts during the family's annual vacation, sporting a little black bikini. Check out the mother-of-six's impressively flat stomach. PHOTOS: Hollywood's Best Bikini Bods Over 40 Splash News ET caught up with Kris on Saturday at Williams-Sonoma at The Commons in Calabasas, California -- where she was promoting her cookbook, In The Kitchen with Kris: a Collection of Kardashian-Jenner Family Favorites -- and shared that the sexy picture actually caught her off guard. "Well, when you think no one's looking, you do some things that you know -- I wouldn't necessarily walk around like that except if I was on my own, or on my own vacation," Kris told ET's Kevin Frazier. She absolutely denied any speculation that she's had a tummy tuck. "What I thought was funny was I saw someone posted that picture, and people's comments were like, 'tummy tuck!'" she laughed. "And I'm like, 'tummy tuck?' I had no tummy tuck." But even though she looks great, Kris did admit to having some bikini insecurities at her age. "After six kids you're not as confident -- and 59 years old! -- you might be if you were 25 years old with no kids," she explained. "So it's kinda scary to put on a bathing suit and just hang with the kids sometimes in public." WATCH: EXCLUSIVE -- Kris Jenner Sets the Record Straight on Her Kids' Rumors -- and Why She Fell Asleep on Kanye West! Speaking of her famous children, Kris also opened up to ET about how her daughter Kim Kardashian's second pregnancy is going, and explained the hilarious photo of herself falling asleep on her son-in-law Kanye West's shoulder during NBA star James Harden's yacht party. Watch below!

  • Julia Roberts Gives a Rare Glimpse of Her Growing Kids

    Julia Roberts surprised on Saturday as she and cinematographer husband Danny Moder brought their rarely seen children, 8-year-old son Henry and 10-year-old twins Phinnaeus and Hazel, along to an event.

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  • Subway is considering making 2 drastic changes to save its business

    Subway is about to get a big makeover. The sandwich chain, which has recently been plagued by...

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  • Jessa Seewald's Father-In-Law Slams 'Pretender' Josh Duggar in New Blog Post

    Another Duggar in-law is making his distaste for Josh Duggar known. After the 27-year-old former reality star's brother-in-law, Daniel Keller, publicly slammed him on Facebook last week following his admission that he was "unfaithful" to his wife, Anna Duggar, another of his in-laws is similarly not so quick to forgive. Michael Seewald -- the father-in-law of Josh's 22-year-old sister Jessa Seewald -- calls the former lobbyist both a "pretender" and a "hypocrite" when it comes to his Christian faith, in a blog post titled "Grief, Shame, And Taking the LORD's Name in Vain." "He claimed to be a Christian, but by his deeds he has suggested otherwise," Michael writes in the lengthy essay posted on Monday. "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." WATCH: Inside Josh Duggar's Possible Christian Rehab Center, Reformers Unanimous He goes on to slam Josh's "lifestyle of evil," while at the same time publicly professing Christian values. "With the name of God on his lips he lived a covert and extensive lifestyle of evil," Michael continues. "While proudly saying things like, 'Our family is like the epitome of conservative values,' he was looking at porn and soliciting affairs. He took a job at the Family Research Council that exists to promote the traditional family, all the while undermining his own family by violating his marriage covenant. He flourished in the fame of his family and the success of their television show, all the while betraying their trust and Christian values." Josh has since resigned from his position at the Family Research Council following his molestation scandal, and 19 Kids and Counting was canceled in July. Still, Michael says Josh "brought shame" upon the Christian faith. "The thing that is so hurtful is that he was a loud voice endorsing Christian ethics and he has been shown to be a fraud," he explains. "I am profoundly grieved that he attained such a platform only to bring shame on God's holy name and the Christian faith." "Josh was a pretender," he writes bluntly. "True Christians fail often, but their lives are truly being conformed to the image of Christ. Do not look at Josh and justify your own sins by dismissing the reality of genuine faith and a holy God." Ben Seewald's father notes he feels "deceived" by Josh, after standing by him following his admission in May that he molested five girls as a teenager -- four of whom were his younger sisters. Clearly, he is no longer supporting him. "Sadly, he had deceived us all," Michael writes. "The name of God has been blasphemed and God is jealous for his name." WATCH: EXCLUSIVE -- Josh Duggar's Family Speaks Out -- 'I Hope He Gets Broken in Rehab' Meanwhile, Jessa and Ben were all smiles on Saturday, at their first public appearance since Josh's Ashley Madison scandal. The parents-to-be spoke to the crowd at the Southern Women's Show in Charlotte, North Carolina, and were eager to share details about their first months of marriage, and how they've been preparing for the new addition to the Duggar-Seewald family. Watch below:

  • NBA: Will Joel Embiid’s Injury Be the End of His Career?

    With news that Joel Embiid's foot issues may be worse than previously reported, could we be looking at the next great NBA casualty at the center position?

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  • Largest Apple account theft ever discovered – how to tell if you’re affected

    Apple’s walled iOS garden is more resistant to malware than Android, though there are still malware apps that can take advantage of Apple’s mobile operating system. A security company found what’s believed to be the largest known Apple account theft caused by malware, and it’s developed an online tool that can help you check out whether you were affected already exists. DON’T MISS: iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus: Leaked pricing paints grim picture for your wallet The first thing you need to know about this malware threat is that it affected just over 225,000 accounts originating from 18 countries including China, France, Russia, Japan, United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Germany, Australia, Israel, Italy, Spain, Singapore, and South Korea. Furthermore, only jailbroken

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  • The Real Reason Justin Bieber Cried After His VMAs Performance

    After performing at the VMAs for the first time since he was "that sweet kid with the haircut," Justin Bieber broke down in tears. When the crying started, the Internet was ablaze with questions. As Buzzfeed asked, was his harness too tight? Was he not allowed into Taylor Swift's clique? Did Nicki Minaj and Miley Cyrus' spat upset...

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  • The Most Expensive-Looking Ikea Hack We've Ever Seen (4 photos)

    Custom built-ins are one of those design elements that can step your home up from nice to magazine worthy. Unfortunately, their high style is usually matched by their price. Given this reality, you can imagine our excitement when we stumbled upon this custom built-ins hack from The Makerista. With tasteful crown molding and a sliding library ladder, this sleek built-in has all the tell-tale signs of a big-budget project, except for the steep price tag; it's made up of three Ikea Billy bookcases ranging from $40 to $60 a piece, some add-on trim, and the handiwork of a carpenter! How mind-blowingly resourceful is that? Check out a few of the awe-inspiring pictures from the project here, and head to The Makerista for the full tutorial. Want even more inspiration? Check out our favorite Ikea hacks here.

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  • The fear and insecurity behind Putin’s bizarre new workout video

    On Sunday, the Kremlin released a strange, awkward video of Russian President Vladimir Putin working out with Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev. The decision to release footage of the most powerful man in Russia frowning through a set of calf raises in unflattering sweatpants might seem, to a casual observer, odd. This is meant to promote a cult of personality, yes, but also to serve another, perhaps even more important political purpose — one that might not be obvious from outside of Russia, and that says a lot about how Putin's Russia really works, and about what may be Putin's greatest political fear. q 23 mins ago
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    It's been a bad month for stocks. Here's how bad.

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  • Jay Gruden: “Kirk Cousins will be the starter for 2015”

    After saying for months that Robert Griffin III was his quarterback, Washington coach Jay Gruden reversed course today, saying that Cousins is the starter — and will remain the starter, meaning Griffin has no chance to unseat him. “Kirk Cousins will be the starter for 2015, moving forward,” Gruden said. “It’s Kirk’s team.” Of course,…

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  • My brother wants me to repay a loan to my late father’s estate

    Moneyologist helps a reader to navigate the minefields of families and estate planning.

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  • Belichick explains move from Talib to Revis in 'Do Your Job'

    The Patriots lost one No. 1 corner to one of their rivals in the AFC, and another almost fell into their laps. In the NFL Network special "Do Your Job," which will air on Sep. 9 at 8 p.m., Patriots coach Bill Belichick explains how the timing worked out so that his team was able to replace Aqib Talib with Darrelle Revis following the 2013 season. "I think they're both No. 1 corners," Belichick said.

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  • Google Exec Buys Wife A Ferrari FXX K

    We first heard about Google executive Benjamin Sloss and his admiration for the Ferrari brand in 2012 when he paid close to $1.8 million for a Ferrari 599XX Evo in a charity auction. Now he’s back in the headlines and proving his generosity once more, this time by presenting his wife Christine with a LaFerrari-based FXX K for her birthday.

  • We've called autism a disease for decades. We were wrong.

    Most people think of autism as a disease, a major impediment of which an increasing number of children are "victims." But over the past two decades, a growing number of adults on the autism spectrum, myself included, have rejected this frame and called for non-autistic "neurotypicals" to respect and accommodate "neurodiversity." We believe that autism is a natural and in many ways desirable variation in how people think, not a great evil to be stamped out. Silberman and I spoke about the book, the history of autism, and the growth of the autism rights movement on Friday. q
  • Mortal Kombat X News Teased for Later This Week

    NetheRealm tells fans to pay attention to its social networks this week for some news about the fighting game.

  • Olive Garden servers are getting shorted on tips — and it's the restaurant's fault

    A glitch in Olive Garden's new tablet software has been shorting servers on their tips. The...

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  • The back alleys of one of America’s most dangerous cities (31 photos)

    High-tech policing and a renewed focus on community-officer partnerships are helping to bring calm to Camden, N.J., but it hasn’t been a cure-all. The impoverished town of 77,000 is still the most violent and crime-plagued city in the Garden State. A local policeman recently took Yahoo News photographer Gordon Donovan to Camden’s most blighted areas — where illegal drugs are dealt and criminals use the wasteland to try and evade capture. (Yahoo News) Photography by Gordon Donovan/Yahoo News Read: High-tech policing: Do cities need Big Brother to lower crime? by Alyssa Bereznak Find more news-related pictures on our photo galleries page and follow us on Tumblr.

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  • Why did Bills decide to cut Fred Jackson now?

    PFT Live: Bills' insider Vic Carucci chats with Mike about the decision to release veteran RB Fred Jackson and what happens to QB EJ Manuel now that Tyrod Taylor has been named the starter for Week 1.

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  • Not so fast. Oil may test $30 again: Trader

    U.S. crude capped its best three-day gain in 25 years Monday to close above $49, but traders may see $30 oil again this year, Anthony Grisanti said.