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Gov. Jindal comments on Trump; new photos of Vladimir Putin.

— -- 1. Gov. Bobby Jindal Predicts Donald Trump Support Will Fade After 'Summer of Silliness'

"I think after we get past the summer of silliness and insults, the voters are going to begin to look at who is prepared to do the job," he told Martha Raddatz on ABC's "This Week." "I believe I am the candidate best able to do this job on the first day."

Like several of his fellow Republican presidential candidates, Jindal said Trump has tapped into "anger" and "frustration" to draw his large crowds.

2. Famed Neurologist Oliver Sacks Dies at 82

Renowned neurologist and author of "Awakenings" Oliver Sacks died today. He was 82.

His assistant, Kate Edgar, told The New York Times the cause was cancer. ABC News was unable to reach Edgar.

Sacks, a professor of neurology at New York University School of Medicine, announced in February a rare eye tumor had spread to his liver and that he was in the stages of terminal cancer.

3. Russian President Vladimir Putin Pumps Iron, Grills in Newly Released Photos

4. Shark Takes Big Bite Out of California Surfer's Board

While Elinor Dempsey wasn't injured in her encounter with a shark Saturday, her surfboard didn't fare as well.

Dempsey pushed the board toward the shark as she jumped off. Nearby surfers helped bring her to shore.

5. MTV Video Music Awards: Host Miley Cyrus Reveals What to Expect

Complaining that last year's show had "no energy," she told The New York Times this year's installment will be "psychedelic and raw."

"What I’m trying to do is create my Instagram -- which people love to think is so freaky -- in real life," she said. "It’s letting people into my world."