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Joseph Tydings, a Maryland politician whose dashing looks and progressive leanings led John F. Kennedy to tap him for U.S. Attorney and then propelled him... [Read More]
Washington Police Chief Jerry V. Wilson chose Mrs. Abrecht as his coordinator on a project to put 100 women on patrol. [Read More]
Robert Ellis Smith, a journalist who published and edited a newspaper covering the civil rights movement in the South during the 1960s and who later... [Read More]
He was a bankruptcy lawyer for much of his career and also spent 12 years in the Maryland House of Delegates. [Read More]
He was the founding producer of ABC's "Good Morning America," then led RFA's broadcasts to Asia. [Read More]
Later, in private practice, he defended the American-born terrorist convicted of killing former Chilean ambassador Orlando Letelier. [Read More]
Stewart M. Brandborg, a conservation activist and Wilderness Society leader who helped draft and advocate for passage of the landmark Wilderness Act of 1964, died... [Read More]
Frank Gaylord, a Vermont sculptor who created the 19 statues in a column tableau of battle-tested soldiers for the Korean War Veterans Memorial on the... [Read More]
Getler also served as an executive editor of the International Herald Tribune and had acclaimed tenures as an ombudsman at The Post and PBS. [Read More]
While working as an embroiderer, he sang at synagogues in Maryland and Florida. [Read More]
By Bart Barnes The Washington Post Billy Graham, the charismatic evangelist whose eloquent oratory and passion for Jesus attracted... [Read More]
Billy Graham, the evangelist whose eloquent oratory and passion for Jesus attracted a worldwide following and made him one of the most influential and best-known... [Read More]
The Rev. Billy Graham, who transformed American religious life through his preaching and activism, becoming a counselor to presidents and the most widely heard Christian... [Read More]
Spokesman Mark DeMoss said Graham died Wednesday morning at his home in Montreat, North Carolina. [Read More]
Billy Graham, the charismatic evangelist whose eloquent oratory and passion for Jesus attracted a worldwide following... [Read More]
John Schuchman, a Gallaudet University administrator and scholar who wrote and edited books about deaf people during the Holocaust and the portrayal of deaf people... [Read More]
He was a longtime Gallaudet University administrator and history professor. [Read More]
She directed Peabody-winning documentary "180 Days," about a D.C. school, and led the National Black Programming Consortium. [Read More]
Robert McCormick Adams, the former chief of the Smithsonian Institution who played a critical role in opening new museums and sought to make "confrontation, experimentation... [Read More]
(c) 2018, The Washington Post. Landrum Bolling, a Quaker who preached nonviolence in the world's trouble spots, helped free a CNN journalist taken ho... [Read More]