Miguel de la Madrid, 77, President of Mexico from 1982 to '88, remembered for his muddled response to the devastating 1985 earthquake in Mexico City.
James Murdoch, as chairman of British satellite-TV group BSkyB, to insulate the company from fallout from the 2011 News International phone-hacking scandal.
The NCAA women's basketball championship, by Baylor, which defeated Notre Dame 80-61 to take the title. The Bears are the seventh undefeated women's team and the first to reach 40 wins in one season in the NCAA era.
Elizabeth Catlett, 96, a sculptor best known for figures of African Americans; she moved to Mexico and gave up her U.S. citizenship amid the turmoil of McCarthyism.
Accused Sept. 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, who will stand trial in a military tribunal at Guantnamo Bay, Cuba; if convicted, he could face the death penalty.
Giorgio Chinaglia, 65, Italian soccer great who in 1976 took his captivating goal scoring to the New York Cosmos, where he played alongside Brazilian star Pel.