Long Island Woman Beheaded By Son Identified as College Professor

Aleksander Chan · 10/30/14 07:02AM

The Long Island woman found beheaded on the street in front of an apartment complex in Farmingdale on Tuesday night has been identified as 66-year-old Farmingdale State College professor Patricia Ward. Police have confirmed that her 35-year-old son, Derek, killed her before jumping in front of an oncoming Long Island Rail Road train.

Long Island Man Beheads Woman, Then Jumps in Front of Train 

Aleksander Chan · 10/29/14 06:56AM

A woman in her 60s was found beheaded in front of an apartment complex in Farmingdale, Long Island late Tuesday night. Twenty minutes after police arrived at the scene, her suspected killer jumped in front of an oncoming Long Island Rail Road train. Police suspect the incident was a murder-suicide of a mother and son.

Eight Human Heads Found in Northern Mexico

Max Read · 07/27/10 10:14PM

Police found eight heads in four different places outside of Durango. They had received an anonymous tip that two heads were located beside each of three roads leaving the nothern Mexican city. Roadside cleaners found the other two. [AFP]

No, Illegal Immigrants Do Not Kidnap and Behead Everyone in Arizona

Jim Newell · 07/09/10 03:30PM

If you have heard John McCain and Jan Brewer making hyperbolic claims of illegal immigrants kidnapping, murdering, raping, and beheading everyone and their brother in Arizona these days — their justification for the immigration law — then consider ignoring them?

The Kid Nation Learns About Where Their McNuggets Come From, Theoretically

mark · 09/27/07 04:07PM

On last night's episode of Kid Nation, the pint-sized utopia-builders of CBS Bonanza City learned the sobering lesson that among the dozens of off-camera adults retained by the network so that their bold social experiment didn't quickly devolve into a prepubescent Jonestown (watch out for that Michael kid—the way that he can make the entire Nation applaud his every utterance is disquieting), not a single one was there to slaughter their chickens for them, requiring that at least one grade-schooler was going to get a crash course in the art of poultry butchering.