Obituaries

"May the force be with him always," said British actor's agent.
Hsieh, who recently retired from Zappos after 20 years leading the company, had been injured in a house fire while visiting Connecticut, his lawyer said.
Dinkins broke barriers and accomplished a lot at City Hall in the early '90s but he had inherited a city with a soaring murder rate and stubborn unemployment.
Bridges did not finish elementary school, but she was determined for her daughter to pursue the same opportunities that her white peers received.
Marty, a black Maine coon cat who patrolled the Mount Washington Observatory died from “an unforeseen illness.”
He was known for his wit and fast-paced delivery, and won the Guinness World Record in 2014 for “the most episodes ever hosted by the same presenter.”
The military veteran "cherished his time" as an undercover inmate on the jail reality show, his sister said.
The native Texan, who also appeared in the Oscar-nominated movie "The Kids Are All Right," was shot in a Dallas suburb.
McKibbin finished third behind Justin Guarini and Kelly Clarkson on the first season of the reality TV show.
From bricklayer to sex symbol, Connery was a self-made man.