, 39, and his wife, Luciana, 34, will welcome a fourth child to their family this fall. The new arrival will join big sisters Isabella, 3, and Gia, 20 months, as well as Luciana's daughter from a previous marriage, Alexia, 11. The couple married in 2005. • On April 29 cycling legend Lance Armstrong, 38, announced via Twitter that he and his girlfriend Anna Hansen, 28, are expecting their second child together, due in October. The seven-time Tour de France champ and Anna are parents to son Max, who is nearly 1. Armstrong also has three children from a previous marriage: Luke, 10, and twins Grace and Isabelle, 8. • Former Full House star Jodie Sweetin, 28, is expecting a baby with her boyfriend of one year, disc jockey Morty Coyle. Sweetin, who has struggled with addiction, is "just happy to be a mom," her rep tells PEOPLE, and "is in a good place." The actress has daughter Zoie, 2, with ex-husband Cody Herpin.
On May 12 film icon Katharine Hepburn will be commemorated with a first-class stamp as part of the U.S. Postal Service's Legends of Hollywood series. The four-time Oscar winner, who is ranked the No. 1 female in the American Film Institute's 50 Greatest Movie Legends, died in 2003 at the age of 96.
Rocker Mark McGrath, 42, and his fiancée, Carin Kingsland, 37, welcomed their first children, twins Lydon Edward and Hartley Grace, April 29 in Los Angeles. The Sugar Ray frontman says the babies will "have trouble playing with their toys, because I'll be using them all the time!"
Actor-producer Seth Green, 36, married actress-model Clare Grant, 30, at a private vineyard in Northern California on May 1. The couple have been dating since 2008, and it is the first marriage for both. "We can't believe we found each other," they said.
Peter Lopez, 60, the husband of former Dukes of Hazzard star Catherine Bach, 57, died of an apparent suicide at his Encino, Calif., home April 30. Lopez, who suffered a gunshot wound to the head, was an entertainment lawyer who had represented Michael Jackson. The couple had two children together. • Actress Helen Wagner, 91, who portrayed Nancy Hughes on As the World Turns for more than half a century, died on May 1. Wagner held the Guinness World Record for playing the same TV role for the longest amount of time.
BOMB SCARE SUSPECT NABBED
Two days into an intense manhunt, authorities arrested a Pakistan-born U.S. citizen on May 3 in connection with an attempted terrorist attack in New York City's Times Square. Bridgeport, Conn., resident Faisal Shahzad, 30, was taken into custody by FBI agents around 11:45 p.m. at JFK airport after detectives found him trying to board a flight to Dubai. They traced evidence to him from the sale of the parked 1993 Nissan Pathfinder containing propane, gasoline, electrical wires, gunpowder, fireworks and a clock that police say may have been a timing device. A street vendor alerted an officer after seeing smoke emitting from the vehicle.