CONVICTED. TERRY NICHOLS, 49, collaborator in the deadly 1995 bombing of a federal office building in Oklahoma City; on 161 counts of first-degree murder; by a state court in McAlester, Oklahoma. Nichols is currently serving a federal life sentence for participating in the bombing, which killed 168 people. The new convictions stem from charges that Nichols played a key role in planning the attack and building the bomb. Co-conspirator Timothy McVeigh, who drove the truck containing the explosives, was executed in 2001.

DIED. ROGER STRAUS JR., 87, sharp-tongued and fiercely independent co-founder of publishing house Farrar, Straus and...

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