Party of Five star Neve Campbell, 38, and her boyfriend of one year, Captain America: The First Avenger costar JJ Feild, 33, say they "are thrilled" about the arrival of their first child. Victoria's Secret model Adriana Lima (inset), 30, and her husband, NBA star Marko Jaric, 33, are giving daughter Valentina, 2, a sibling. "The family is very excited, especially Valentina," says Lima. "She keeps blowing kisses to my belly."
Sweet Home Alabama star Josh Lucas, 40, quietly wed his girlfriend Jessica earlier this month. They are expecting their first child later this year.
Emmy-award winner Ty Burrell, 44, and his wife, Holly, 36, welcomed a second daughter into their own Modern Family. The couple have adopted a baby girl who will join big sister Frances, whom the couple adopted in 2010. Burrell said he likes playing dad Phil Dunphy because he cares about his kids so much. "He's not necessarily good at the things that he does. But he really tries hard!"
Quarterback Peyton Manning, 36, will join the Denver Broncos and is finalizing a five-year contract for $96 million. The four-time MVP, who sat out last season due to a neck injury, was released after 14 seasons with the Indianapolis Colts.
Jason Russell, 33, the filmmaker behind Kony 2012, the viral video about Ugandan guerilla Joseph Kony, 50, was detained by San Diego police on March 15 after he was reported running naked and ranting in the streets. According to his wife, Danica Russell, 33, Jason was suffering from "extreme exhaustion and dehydration." Russell was taken by police to a hospital for observation and placed in a 72-hour emergency hold, known as a 5150. Danica adds that criticism and stress led to his breakdown. "Many of the attacks against it [the film] were very personal, and Jason took them very hard."
Nazi war criminal John Demjanjuk, 91, convicted last year for being an accessory to the murder of 28,060 people while working as a guard at the Sobibor death camp in Poland during World War II, died on March 17 of apparent natural causes in Germany. The Ukrainian-born Demjanjuk claimed he had been mistaken for someone else and spent 35 years trying to clear his name.
A RULING IN THE TYLER CLEMENTI CASE
Former Rutgers student Dharun Ravi, 20, was found guilty of bias as a hate crime March 16 for using a webcam to spy on his roommate, Tyler Clementi (inset), 18, who killed himself in 2010 after Ravi streamed video of him being intimate with a man. A citizen of India, Ravi was convicted of invasion of privacy and four charges of bias intimidation. Three of the convictions carry a sentence of five to 10 years. After the verdict Tyler Clementi's father, Joe, told young people, "You're going to meet a lot of people in your life. Just because you don't like them, doesn't mean you have to work against them." Sentencing is set for May 21.