Giffords breathing on her own: doctor Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Tuesday, Jan. 11 2011, 1:01 PM EST Last updated Tuesday, Jan. 11 2011, 1:12 PM EST Doctors in Tucson, Arizona, say Rep. Gabrielle Giffords is now breathing on her own and that they remain hopeful. But they caution recovery from this point forward will depend on her. Watch More Video: Mother calls for new murder charge against Robert Pickton Boil water advisory spurs bottled water shortage in Winnipeg Boil water advisory remains in effect for Winnipeg TSN's Michael Landsberg speaks out about his struggle with depression Watch red pandas frolic in the snow after the U.S. blizzard Shark bite victim recalls the moment her life changed Toronto MP's off-the-cuff comment caught on camera Heroes of winter: A day in the life of a snow plow driver Montreal fast-food employee fired after speaking English at work North American trafficking twins rewarded with reduced sentences Hezbollah missile wounds four Israeli soldiers on Lebanon frontier Former students take final tour through residential school Cleanup begins in New England after destructive blizzard Racism remains hot topic in Winnipeg after scathing report What it's like to grow up in a refugee camp Surrogacy turns into nightmare for B.C. couple Smugglers profit off Syrian refugees fleeing cargo ships in pursuit of better lives AirAsia search for bodies continues despite military withdrawal Taiwan culls poultry after worst bird flu outbreak in a decade Winnipeg under boil water advisory due to E. coli scare Comments AA More Related to this Story Arizona shooting: The claim that more guns means less crime is just silly Parents apologize for son's killing spree Arizona: The meeting point of all that is ailing the U.S.