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Blacklisted in Hollywood, he became the darling of London's literary left... [Read More]
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(c) 2017, The Washington Post. Barbara Sinatra, a onetime model and Las Vegas showgirl who was the fourth and final wife of singer Frank Sinatra and... [Read More]
The NBC stalwart was among the first black anchors in a major media market. [Read More]
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The NBC stalwart was among the first black anchors in a major media market. [Read More]
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The Iranian-born mathematician's work is mostly theoretical but regarded as highly infuential. [Read More]
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Stanford University, where Mirzakhani had been a professor since 2008, announced her death but did not say where she died. The cause was breast cancer. [Read More]
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Maryam Mirzakhani, an Iranian-born mathematician who in 2014 became the first woman awarded the Fields Medal, often called the most prestigious prize in mathematics, died... [Read More]
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(c) 2017, The Washington Post.Hootie Johnson, a South Carolina banker who, as chairman of the Augusta National Golf Club, oversaw the Masters... [Read More]
S. Allen Counter, a Harvard scientist best known for championing the achievements of African American explorer Matthew Henson and for traveling to Greenland, where he... [Read More]
Dr. Counter, a Harvard neurobiologist, championed the achievements of African American explorer Matthew Henson. [Read More]
Spencer Johnson, a onetime physician and children's book author, whose best-selling books on business management sold millions of copies and inspired a cultlike following, died... [Read More]
(c) 2017, The Washington Post. Spencer Johnson, a onetime physician and children's book author, whose best-selling books on business management, incl... [Read More]
(c) 2017, The Washington Post.Geri Allen, a musically adventurous jazz pianist and bandleader who performed with the leading musicians of her time,... [Read More]
(c) 2017, The Washington Post. Margaux Fragoso, the author of a controversial memoir that provided an intimate and often disturbing look at her 15-year involvement... [Read More]
(c) 2017, The Washington Post. Martin S. Wolfe, a tropical disease specialist who founded one of the country's first medical practices devoted to ail... [Read More]
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