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Tim Hetherington, director of Restrepo, and Chris Hondros, both award-winning photojournalists, while covering the siege of the Libyan city of Misratah.


The woman who falsely accused three Duke University lacrosse players of rape in 2006, with first-degree murder in the death of her boyfriend.


Sol Saks, 100, the comedy writer who created the classic sitcom Bewitched.


A lawsuit against Taco Bell over the beefiness of the fast-food chain's "seasoned beef" taco and burrito filling; the plaintiff voluntarily dismissed her suit.


Wilton Wynn, former foreign correspondent for TIME, at 90; one of the deans of overseas reporting, he covered the Pope, Europe and the Six-Day War.


A Virginia man to his girlfriend via the Washington Post crossword; the answer to the clue "Words with a certain ring to them?" was "Will you marry me."


William Schaefer, energetic four-term Baltimore mayor and two-term Maryland governor; his projects, like Camden Yards and the National Aquarium, revived the city.