John Atta Mills, 68, President of Ghana, who was called a "calming, stabilizing influence." Mills' death came five months before he was to finish his first term in office.


Monsignor William Lynn of Philadelphia, of covering up sex abuse by priests under his watch; he is the first U.S. Catholic official to be convicted of covering up abuse.


Ginny Tyler, 86, head mouseketeer on The Mickey Mouse Club in the 1960s and voice of such roles as Cinderella and Bambi on Disneyland Storyteller albums.


By the L.A. city council, marijuana dispensaries; 762 pot shops will be closed,...

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