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  • BREAKING: 'Real Housewives' Star Kim Richards Arrested for Shoplifting

    Kim Richards has been arrested for shoplifting. The former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star was placed under citizen’s arrest on Sunday, Aug. 2 at 4:25 p.m. and spent the night in jail, the Van Nuys Police Department told ET. WATCH: Kim Richards on New Determination to Stay Sober: 'Relapsing Was Very Hard for Me' Richards was booked at 7:29 p.m. PT on Sunday at the Valley Jail in Van Nuys, California, and was released Monday afternoon after posting $5,000 bail. The 50-year-old reality star sat down exclusively with ET in July to address her struggles with sobriety and what really happened the night she was arrested for public intoxication at the Beverly Hills Hotel. "I love sobriety," Richards told ET's Nischelle Turner. "I've always loved sobriety and relapsing was very hard for me. It was not easy. I have to say, don't take this wrong, but I really wanted to go treatment because I needed a break from what I was going through at home." WATCH: Kim Richards on 'Real Housewives' Drama: Lisa Vanderpump Is 'Phony' Richards had cited family stress as a contributing factor to her relapse, telling ET, "Monty, my ex-husband, is very sick and my son wasn't well. And I had to give away my dog, and I wasn't talking to my sister [ Kyle Richards]." During the interview, Richards told ET she had completed her treatment program and had been sober for more than a month, adding that she learned "a whole lot about myself" during that time. WATCH: Why Kim Richards Missed Nicky HIlton's Epic Wedding "I dug deep into my past -- things that happened to me as a child, good and band, teenage years, relationships with all my loved ones, where they need to be mended, where they're very powerful," she said. "I worked on me." Richards was arrested April 16 at the Beverly Hills Hotel following an incident, and entered rehab shortly thereafter. Richards said her "a-ha" moment that led her to seek treatment was that arrest, telling ET, "My arrest was my 'a-ha I get to go away now and rest and take a break from all this.' " ET has reached out to Richards' rep for comment.

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  • Ronda Rousey -- Gives Her Fists a Break ... Lets Her Hips Do the Work! (PHOTO)

    Ronda Rousey celebrated her weekend victory over Brazilian Bethe Correia by rubbing a little salt in the wound ... Brazilian style. Ronda stayed…

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  • Kylie Jenner Dons Bikini, Poses Hard

    Kylie Jenner has posted yet another picture of herself looking hot in a bikini. The body confident Kardashian – who is about to turn 18 – posted the anything but subtle snap while getting ready for a ‘pool day’ with her sister Kourtney. On the same day, Kylie moved over to SnapChat to post another photo in which she reckons she’s not wearing any make-up – but still looks amazing, so that’s fine.

  • Grandma Feels Disrespected When Her Advice Is Ignored

    DEAR ABBY: Whatever happened to respecting one's elders and recognizing grandparents as head of the family? I recently returned from visiting my son, his wife and my new grandchild. My son's wife and I had many disagreements on how to care for my grandchild. Instead of respecting my years of experience as a mother and appreciating my help, she chose to ignore my instructions and advice.After I returned home, I was told by my son that I was no longer welcome to visit my grandchild unless I apologized to his wife for trying to undermine her parenting. ...

    Dear Abby 17 mins ago
  • Gwen Stefani, Gavin Rossdale's Shocking Split: "This Was a Long Time Coming"

    Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale announced on Monday, Aug. 3, they are divorcing — get all the details of their split, including how they will divide their assets

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  • Forget The iPhone 6. Next Apple Sensation Revealed


    Apple's next big thing might not be what you expect, but there could be a unique way for you to profit from it.

  • What This Officer Did After Pulling Over a 9-Months-Pregnant Woman Is Going Viral

    When Amby M. Johnson saw the flashing lights in her rearview mirror this past Friday in Seattle, she knew she was going to get a ticket. A female military police officer pulled her over and explained the reason — her license plates were expired. "I reached to my back seat and showed her that I had the new ones, my husband just had not had the time to put them on," Johnson wrote on Facebook. A few moments later, another car pulled up and a male police officer, Jim Allen, approached Johnson's vehicle.

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  • Earth's most powerful storm of the year roars across Pacific

    The Earth's most powerful storm of 2015 — Super Typhoon Soudelor — is now roaring through the western Pacific Ocean with winds of 178 mph, the equivalent of a Category 5 hurricane, the Joint Typhoon Warning Center said Monday. The storm already ripped into Saipan, one of the Northern Mariana Islands, a 48,000-population U.S. commonwealth in the Western Pacific. Typhoons are the Western Pacific's version of hurricanes. The typhoon is taking aim at Taiwan and China by Friday and Saturday, though it is expected to weaken to a Category 3 or 4 storm by then, the typhoon warning center said.

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  • A group of US Airlines is teaming up against American, Delta, and United

    The dispute between America's three largest domestic airlines — American, Delta, and...

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