DIED. ARCHIBALD COX, 92, special prosecutor whose insistence that Richard Nixon hand over tapes of Oval Office conversations for the Watergate investigation got him fired in the Saturday Night Massacre of 1973; in Brooksville, Maine. A Harvard professor who served as solicitor general under Presidents Kennedy and Johnson, Cox lasted five months as chief of the investigation, which eventually led to Nixon's resignation.

DIED. FRANCES SHAND KYDD, 68, estranged mother of the late Diana, Princess of Wales; on the Isle of Seil, Scotland. The daughter of a baron and the Queen's lady-in-waiting, Shand Kydd had three girls and...

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