New York Woman Beheaded By Son – Police are investigating a possible murder-suicide Tuesday night after a college professor was brutally beheaded by her mentally-ill son in New York. Police said the son left the woman’s body in the middle of the street before taking his own life by jumping in front of a commuter train, according to the Daily Mail.
Forest service bear selfie – Apparently, common sense is lacking in a few tourists who have come across bears at Lake Tahoe. Forest service officials have already issued a warning against tourists who have made it a habit of rushing into bear territory for a selfie. Their actions could risk the closure of the area all for the safety of bears and tourists.
Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) update states that one of its controlled cities will receive more forces from the peshmerga fighters.
Lava is nearing homes in Pahoa, Hawaii as the molten mass continues to move northeast, destroying whatever comes is on its way and posing a horrifying threat to the tiny town of 900.
Sir Nicholas Winton Czech honor – At the age of 105, Sir Nicholas Winton of the United Kingdom managed to receive the highest honor from Czech Republic. The 105-year old former stockbroker had been presented with the Order of the White Lion for having saved over 650 refugees from the Nazis.
Submarine shark – The largest sharks in existence are reported to be the size of a combat submarine or that of a German battleship. These submarine sharks are called Megalodon that were basically the bad boys of the ocean. So, is there still a submarine shark left in the world?
Century Old Note Found - An interesting and rather rare find has been made by explorers when they went to look for ancient artifacts on the freezing continent of Antarctica.
Ebola Conspiracy New World Order – Following the number of deaths and not to mention the continuous spread of the Ebola virus, a few people can’t help but wonder if the Ebola outbreak was simply planned.
Dead heart transplant Australia – A medical breakthrough has been reported down under. In Sydney, a surgeon has successfully transplanted “dead” hearts into patients. These “dead” hearts have come from donors who have been confirmed brain dead but whose hearts still function.
Dying doctor cyanide suddenly collapsed in her kitchen on April 17th of last year. There were no indications of any fatal illness, except for a positive result on a cyanide test.
Dallas Airport drunk attack – What could have been just another day at the airport turned out to be the worst day ever for one passenger simply because he was wearing a pink shirt. A drunk man had verbally abused the passenger before attacking him. Thankfully, a number of bystanders at the Dallas Airport subdued the man before officials took him away.
The National Parks vandal incident broke out this week after Modern Hiker reported cases of social media accounts owned by username “Creepytings” travelling through Western National Parks and leaving a trail of graffiti. “Creepytings” is owned by a woman named Casey Nocket, and the nefarious National Parks vandal she has done has since received backlash on the internet.
BP Oil Spill Bathtub Ring – There’s a new research showing what the 2010 BP oil spill left four years down the road. The BP Oil spill bathtub ring study, which appeared in Monday's Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, reveal that a grimy Rhode Island-sized "bathtub ring" was left on the Mexico Gulf’s sea floor.
A 5-year-old boy with Ebola-like symptoms tested negative Monday, said a New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation spokesman.
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The Canada hit-and-run attack suspect, who was killed by the authorities after a long chase, is now believed to have been "radicalized" because of the on-going terrorism in the country.
Pennsylvania man hunt of Eric Frein has dragged on to its’ second month. Frein is wanted for the murder of a state trooper, Cpl. Bryon Dickson, last Sept. 12. Named as “extremely dangerous” by Pennsylvania authorities, Frein has already been added to FBI’s most wanted fugitives.
Denver Girls ISIS - At least three girls from Denver have been denied their right to travel after authorities found out that they were heading to Syria via Turkey. The FBI is looking into evidence that could prove the girls' intention of joining the Islamic State militants.
An Ebola-risk health care worker boarding a cruise ship is being isolated despite not showing any signs and symptoms of the deadly disease while U.S. officials asked the health workers exposed to the Ebola infected patients to limit public appearances.
Takata airbag defect prompts the recall of several Toyota Motor Corp models in the United States on Monday.
Cure for Ebola found – Canada is reported to send out 800 vials of an experimental drug set out to cure the Ebola outbreak. The cure for Ebola found is an experimental drug named VSV-EBOV. All 800 vials had been tested on primates and showed positive results.
California's drought map still shows an alarming phenomenon at the Golden State wherein 58% of the area is suffering from deficiency of water supply, be it atmospheric, surface or ground water.
Nurse Kills 38 Patients - Italian nurse Daniela Poggiali is one healthcare professional you should be wary of if ever you get confined in a hospital in Italy. For one thing, she is notorious for killing up to 38 patients after she got completely annoyed of them or of their families.
World’s tallest cattle is found in Illinois. Owned by Patty Hanson, Blosom the cow has been named Guinness World Records’ tallest cow. How big and tall exactly is Blosom?
A man attacked by bear was shot by his friend while the latter was attempting to spare him from the brutal attack of the beast.