Milestones Feb. 13, 2006

WOUNDED. BOB WOODRUFF, 44, a co-anchor of ABC's World News Tonight, and his cameraman, DOUG VOGT, 46; when a roadside bomb exploded near the Iraqi armored vehicle in which they were riding while reporting a story on Iraqi soldiers; in Baghdad. Woodruff suffered a fractured skull, a broken collarbone and shrapnel wounds. Vogt had less serious head and body injuries.

DIED. WENDY WASSERSTEIN, 55, witty, bittersweet playwright; of lymphoma; in New York City. As one of five siblings in a brainy, high-achieving family, she looked at pop culture and asked, "Where are the girls?" In plays like Uncommon Women and Others...

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