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Anxiety Up as Tokyo Issues Warning on Its Tap Water
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A Lustrous Pinnacle of Hollywood Glamour
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Welfare Worker and Supervisor Charged in Death of Child

    Front Page News.

    1. Anxiety Up as Tokyo Issues Warning on Its Tap Water
    2. Shady Dealings Helped Qaddafi Build Fortune and Regime
    3. A Lustrous Pinnacle of Hollywood Glamour
    4. States Pass Budget Pain to Cities
    5. Drug Wars Push Deeper Into Central America
    6. Japan Nuclear Crisis Revives Long U.S. Fight on Spent Fuel
    7. Welfare Worker and Supervisor Charged in Death of Child

  2. RIP to legendary actress Elizabeth Taylor, who passed away this morning at age 79. Taylor won two Academy Awards for best actress and starred in over 60 films during her career, including “Father of the Bride,” “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,” “Butterfield 8,” “Suddenly, Last Summer,” and “A Place In The Sun.”

    RIP to legendary actress Elizabeth Taylor, who passed away this morning at age 79. Taylor won two Academy Awards for best actress and starred in over 60 films during her career, including “Father of the Bride,” “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,” “Butterfield 8,” “Suddenly, Last Summer,” and “A Place In The Sun.”

  3. Elizabeth Taylor. On her way inside before the 1953 Oscars, Taylor takes a moment to sign an autograph for a young admirer. She was a new mom herself, just two months earlier welcoming her first son with British actor Michael Wilding (left).

LIFE’s Best Oscar Photos

    Elizabeth Taylor. On her way inside before the 1953 Oscars, Taylor takes a moment to sign an autograph for a young admirer. She was a new mom herself, just two months earlier welcoming her first son with British actor Michael Wilding (left).

    LIFE’s Best Oscar Photos

    (Source: life)