Elizabeth Taylor tweeted as she arrived home from a Los Angeles hospital Tuesday afternoon. Many Taylor fans may not know, but tweeting is a good sign — and not a medical condition — for the Oscar-winning and legendary lady of film. Taylor, 77, checked into a Los Angeles hospital last week for what her publicist said was a routine visit.
A man who collapsed and died near last week’s protests at the G-20 summit was shoved to the ground by police shortly before the collapse, according to a video of the incident posted on the Web site of the British daily The Guardian. A spokeswoman for the Independent Police Complaints Commission, which is already investigating any contact Ian Tomlinson had with police before his death, said she is certain the man in the video is Tomlinson, 47, who was pronounced dead on arrival at a hospital after his collapse on April 1. “However, that is not the question,” the spokeswoman said.
Iranian scientists have reached "nuclear weapons breakout capability," according to a new report based on findings of the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency.