• Kylie Jenner and Tyga Cited for Being a Couple of Water Wasters During the California Drought

    News of the California drought may not have made it to Kylie Jenner or Tyga's Calabasas homes. The 18-year-old reality star and her 25-year-old boyfriend have both been cited by the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District for water over consumption, according to The Hollywood Reporter. An additional investigation by NBC Los Angeles revealed that Kylie has actually been cited twice for over-watering her 2.7 million home. WATCH: Tyga Shares Super Sexy Photo of Kylie Jenner on Her 18th Birthday The first citation yields a $100 fine, rising to $500 after the fourth offense, and after five citations, termination of services. (Although that has apparently yet to occur.) That fine of course, is a drop in the bucket to Kylie and Tyga, and to be fair, they aren't the only famous faces to receive citations. Dr. Dre, David Hasselhoff, and Denise Richards were also cited for their water use. As a community, Calabasas has twice the daily per-person gallon consumption of Santa Monica! PHOTOS: Hollywood's Hottest Bikini Bods! On top of Kylie and Tyga's conservation problems, the two were in attendance for a yacht birthday party on Tuesday for Khloe Kardashian's NBA player boyfriend, James Harden, which would up upsetting some of the neighbors in Marina del Rey for its grandiose fireworks show! Kylie posted a picture of the festivities the next day, writing, "Squaa." WATCH: Kardashians Go All Out For Khloe's Boyfriend's Yacht Birthday Party and Confuse All the Neighbors With Fireworks Watch below.

    ETonline
  • Indian Tribunal Orders 2 Sisters Raped As Punishment For Brother's Elopement

    An unelected, all-male village council in India has decided to punish a man who eloped with a married woman by ordering his two sisters to be raped. The two women, ages 23 and 15, fled their village in the Baghpat district after the decision was handed down on July 30.The Times of India reports that the brother ran away with a woman who...

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  • Illinois fires coach Tim Beckman 1 week before season opener

    A week before the start of the football season, a difficult summer for the University of Illinois became chaotic as coach Tim Beckman was fired after an investigation found he tried to influence medical decisions and pressure players to play with injuries. Beckman's firing follows the unexpected resignations this month of the top two officials on campus, revelations that they'd used private emails accounts to avoid public scrutiny of school business, and a pair of lawsuits in which former women's basketball and women's soccer players claim they were mistreated by coaches. Thomas said Friday that he received some preliminary results of the investigation earlier this week, and despite timing he called ''unfortunate,'' saw enough to fire Beckman just before his fourth season started.

    The Associated Press
  • The 20 highest-paying jobs you can do from home

    Thanks to technology, our overwhelming desire for better work-life balance...

    Business Insider
  • One year and counting: Mars isolation experiment begins

    Six people shut themselves inside a dome for a year in Hawaii, in the longest US isolation experiment aimed at helping NASA prepare for a pioneering journey to Mars. In a place with no animals and little vegetation around, they closed themselves in at 3:00 pm Hawaii time (0100 GMT Saturday), marking the official start to the 12-month mission. Crew member Sheyna Gifford described the team as "six people who want to change the world by making it possible for people to leave it at will," she wrote on her blog, LivefromMars.life.

    AFP
  • Radar detects object believed to be missing Nazi gold train

    WARSAW, Poland (AP) — A Polish official said Friday he has seen an image made by ground-penetrating radar that seemed to prove the discovery of an armored Nazi train missing in southwestern Poland since World War II.

    Associated Press
  • Why Apple is joining forces with the Pentagon

    Looking to harness the collective brainpower of Silicon Valley, the Pentagon is joining forces with Apple, Boeing, Harvard, and a slew of other entities to create cutting edge wearable technology for the military. DON’T MISS: A new revelation from that leaked iPhone 6s box (no, it’s not good news) According to Reuters, the goal of the initiative is to create a flexible piece of technology, laden with sensors, that can be either worn by soldiers or even molded to the outside of a fighter jet. The new technology aims to use high-end printing technologies to create stretchable electronics that could be embedded with sensors and worn by soldiers, a defense official said, and could ultimately be used on ships or warplanes

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  • Slideshow: Wife's listing for 'utterly crap' camper her drunken husband bought on eBay (8 photos)

    A U.K. woman discovered that her husband bought this camper for about $75, just for the gas-powered camping fridge. She listed it Thursday and bids were up to about $115,000 when eBay deleted the post -- but luckily, we have the full text, plus hilarious Q&As (which are in our article are possibly even funnier than the listing), all the photos, and screenshots. Click here for more about it on Yahoo Homes. Also on Yahoo Homes: • Inept home burglars shown wrestling with TV in surveillance video • Worst house in Australia sells at auction for half a million bucks, owners 'blown away' (16 photos) • Miss Cleo's boss, the Psychic Hotline King, owns second most expensive rental in NYC

    Yahoo Homes
  • Judge Joe Brown Locked Up in Jail After Bizarre Courtroom Outburst

    Judge Joe Brown has found himself on the wrong side of the law. The once-popular TV judge is currently cooling his heels in the Shelby County Corrections Center in Tennessee on a contempt of court charge following a bizarre courtroom outburst last year. According to reports, the former criminal court judge showed up at the courthouse and began working the crowd for votes in his campaign for Shelby County District Attorney.

    The Wrap
  • O'Brien drops hammer on Mallett

    Texans coach Bill O'Brien won't talk about Mallett no-show, but makes his feelings clear

    KTRK – Houston
  • China dumping Treasurys? Here's what you must know

    Despite gloomy predictions, analysts have struck a fairly sanguine tone over China's acceleration in the selling of its U.S debt reserves.

    CNBC
  • Poland '99 percent' certain Nazi gold train has been found

    A Polish official said Friday he has seen an image made by ground-penetrating radar that seemed to prove the discovery of an armored Nazi train said to be missing in southwestern Poland since World War II. Local lore says a German train filled with gold, gems and armaments went missing around the city of Walbrzych as Germans fled the Red Army in the spring of 1945. Deputy Culture Minister Piotr Zuchowski told reporters he was shown an image — albeit blurred — from a ground-penetrating radar that showed the shape of a train platform and cannons, and added that he was “more than 99 percent certain that this train exists.” Walbrzych regional authorities will conduct the search with military explosives experts in a procedure that will take “weeks,” he said. A person who claimed he helped load the gold train in 1945 said in a “deathbed statement” that the train is secured with explosives, Zuchowski said.

    Yahoo News Digest
  • What it's really like to buy a Tesla

    There's so much hype surrounding Tesla, but how do you actually go about buying one? We decided to find out.

    Yahoo Finance
  • Minecraft: Story Mode (7 photos)

    Telltale Games' episodic, story-driven take on Minecraft comes out this fall for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Wii U, PC/Mac, iOS and Android. It's the first Telltale Game series that lets players pick their character's appearance.

    Yahoo Games (Media)
  • Things Get Hairy as Clinton Attacks Trump at DNC Meeting

    Hillary Clinton addressed the summer meeting of the Democratic National Convention in Minneapolis on Friday. The former secretary of state took aim at Republicans and their front-runner Donald Trump, saying, ...

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  • Apple Loop: iPhone 6S Launch Dates Confirmed, Risky New Technology, Apple Welcomes Microsoft

    This week’s Apple Loop includes the confirmed launch dates for the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, details on pre-order and retail dates, the new camera technology in the iPhones, the risky move to include Force Touch, the cancellation of the iPhone 5C, a customized gold iPhone 6S, Tim Cook's response over the Chinese stock market, thoughts on your personal data privacy, and Microsoft's inclusion in Apple's livestream.

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  • Hilarious Letter From PTA Speaks the Truth

    A PTA fundraiser handout from one Texas school has been making the rounds online for its newfound approach to the classic school bake sales, wrapping-paper drives, and fun runs.

    Yahoo Parenting
  • Starbucks is selling 2 new beverages — here's the verdict

    Summer isn't over just yet, thanks to Starbucks. Thursday the company launched their "Last Sip of...

    Business Insider
  • Mortal Kombat X for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 canceled

    The long-delayed PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of Mortal Kombat X have finally been canceled by publisher Warner Bros. Interactive, according to a statement posted on the company's community forums. After months of development, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has come to the regrettable conclusion that we cannot release Mortal Kombat X for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

    Polygon
  • Day care shut down for allegedly drugging kids with Benadryl

    A day care in Oklahoma is now shut down after an investigation found workers were drugging children in the care with Benadryl.

    WTVD – Raleigh/Durham