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Barbara Hale, a model and Hollywood leading lady of the 1940s and 1950s who warbled with Frank Sinatra in his first big film role and had a long...

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Joseph A. Wapner, a retired California judge whose style of resolving disputes on the show “The People’s Court” helped spawn an entire genre of ...

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Robert Osborne, the urbane, film historian who had been the principal host of the Turner Classic Movies cable channel since its founding in 1994...

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Bill Walsh, a Washington Post copy editor who wrote three irreverent books about his craft, noting evolutions and devolutions of language, the ind...

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Roger W. Wilkins, a ranking Justice Department official during the 1960s who later composed Pulitzer editorials about the Watergate scandal for ...

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In a life defined by restless searching, William McPherson was a college dropout, a Merchant Marine seaman (“one of my attempts to try on a new ...

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George Kennedy, the burly character actor who won an Academy Award as a leader in “Cool Hand Luke,” threatened Audrey Hepburn as a villain in ...

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Michael Herr, a Vietnam War reporter whose “Dispatches” remains one of the most powerful books about the ravages of combat and who later contribut...

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King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand, the world’s monarch, a strong U. S. ally and a national unity symbol who acted as tiebreaker during confr...

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Gwen Ifill, who covered politics for some of the country’s premier newspapers before transitioning to broadcast journalism and making her greatest...

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She was groomed to be rich, famous and wed to a king. She became a perpetual one of the most conspicuous names, faces and figures in the world. ...

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Adam Bernstein

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