The actress and mother of four says she has to make sure she doesn't ignore the needs of her only biological child. Said Jolie, "[Shiloh's] almost going to be the outcast in the family because she's blonde and blue-eyed. I felt so much more for Madd, Zahara, and Pax because they were survivors. Shiloh seemed so privileged from the moment she was born.”
President Bush: “I’m a Better Man” for Not Drinking
In a rare personal interview, George W. Bush told ABC News, “I doubt I'd be standing here if I hadn't quit drinking whiskey.” The President, who discussed a government study on teen drug use yesterday, said he stopped drinking cold turkey over 20 years ago when he realized that his addiction was affecting his family.
New Research: Caesarean Babies Risk More Breathing Problems
Babies delivered by non-emergency C-sections at 37 weeks are up to four times more likely to have breathing problems immediately after birth than those delivered vaginally. One researcher is urging women not to choose an elective Caesarean before the 39th week of pregnancy because the process of labor triggers the release of stress hormones in the mom—which are passed on to the fetus and are thought to be key in maturing the baby's water-filled lungs.
Drew Peterson Solicits Donations for His Defense
The ex-cop and suspect—whose 23-year-old wife, Stacy, went missing on October 28—has launched the Web site DefendDrew.com; he's seeking donations from the public to help pay his legal fees and cover the cost of hiring a private investigator to search for Stacy. Is he for real?
Toddler Gets Swept Down Airport Conveyor Belt
A two-year-old girl wandered away from her parents in a British airport, walked through an empty check-in desk, and hopped onto the luggage machine—which then swept her down the four-mile-long tunnel of the conveyor system. She was rescued by an engineer and suffered only minor cuts and bruises. Thankfully, this story had a happy ending, but what a nightmare!