The NFL Rookie Symposium, an annual seminar that educates new players about life in the league; it is the first large NFL event called off because of the lockout.


    The Preakness Stakes, the second leg of the Triple Crown, by Shackleford, whose victory ensures that for the 33rd straight year, no horse will win all three races.


    Marmite, in Denmark; the polarizing British spread made from brewer's yeast falls under Danish legislation forbidding food with added vitamins.


    By a federal judge, that Jared Lee Loughner is not competent to stand trial for trying to assassinate Representative Gabrielle Giffords in January.


    To the U.S., the downed helicopter used in the Osama bin Laden raid; the aircraft was partly destroyed by U.S. commandos after a hard landing during the operation.


    Edward Hardwicke, 78, prolific English theater actor, best remembered for playing Dr. Watson in the popular late-'80s British television version of Sherlock Holmes.