The latest issue of TIME Magazine shows an L.A. mom breastfeeding her 3-year-old son. The controversial cover has created quite the buzz online, and people are debating whether attachment parenting has gone too far.
We want to hear from you! Is the cover too much?
(Pictured: Jamie Grumet and her son, photograph by Martin Schoeller for TIME)
Beastie Boys rapper Adam Yauch, aka MCA, has died at the age of 47, according to ABC News. The cause is unclear at this time.
In 2009, he had been treated for a cancerous parotid gland and a lymph node, undergoing surgery and radiation therapy.
(Photo: Beastie Boys “(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party)” video)
Have you heard of ‘meat glue?’ It’s an industry practice using a bonding agent to stick together pieces of scrap meat to make it look like a prime filet.
‘Meat glue’ is a powder known as transglutaminase that forms a nearly invisible and permanent bond to any meat. It’s “generally recognized as safe,” according to the FDA. However, if not handled properly, glued meat could contain bacteria like E. coli.
Chief Meteorologist Dalles Raines takes you on an exclusive tour of ABC7’s Live Mega Doppler 7000 HD.
Japanese ghost ship: The U.S. Coast Guard finally succeeded in sinking a ship off the coast of Alaska from last year’s tsunami, which was destined for scrapping when that magnitude-9 earthquake and subsequent tsunami struck Japan.
The powerful waves dislodged the vessel and set it adrift, without any crew or cargo, 3,200 miles across the Pacific Ocean into the busy shipping lanes off Alaska.
U.S. Coast Guards pummeled the ship with high explosive ammunition, causing it to burst into flames and take on water. A huge column of smoke could be seen for miles. They fired a canon into its hull and sank the ship into waters more than 1,000 feet deep more than 150 miles from land.