Brenda Barnes, former CEO of the Sara Lee Corp., at 63. Barnes made headlines in 1997 when she resigned as Pepsi-Cola’s North America chief to be a stay-at-home mom.
Antony Armstrong-Jones, Earl of Snowdon, 86, a photographer who was married to Queen Elizabeth II’s sister, Princess Margaret. She divorced him in 1978 after 18 years of marriage.
William Peter Blatty, 89, author of the horror novel The Exorcist. His screenplay for the 1973 movie won an Academy Award.
Jimmy Snuka, the Fijian former professional wrestler known as Superfly, at 73.
Twenty-four new national historic landmarks in the U.S., including a Native American burial ground in Kansas and the site of the 1970 Kent State University shootings in Ohio.
Nigel Farage, the British politician whose campaign for the U.K. to leave the European Union brought him into the orbit of President Donald Trump, as a contributor to the Fox News Channel.
This appears in the January 30, 2017 issue of TIME.
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