Legendary CBS News commentator Andy Rooney, known to millions for his witty essays on mundane topics, died Friday night in New York. He was 92.
He had been hospitalized after suffering complications following minor surgery last month.
"It's a sad day at '60 Minutes' and for everybody here at CBS News," said Jeff Fager, chairman of CBS News and the…Continue
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Sylvia Robinson, a.k.a. the Mother of Hip-Hop, died this morning of heart failure. She was the CEO of Sugar Hill Records and the producer Sugar Hill Gang's "Rapper's Delight" was 75. Sylvia was also an artist best known for her hit "Pillow…Continue
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Nick Ashford, who along with wife Valerie Simpson helped set the gold standard for R&B duets, both as songwriters and performers, died of throat cancer Monday in a New York hospital. He was 69.
Ashford & Simpson — you can't think of one without the other — penned and produced…Continue
McClanahan's family surrounded her bed when she died at New York Presbyterian Hospital, according to manager Barbara Lawrence.
The actress' career began on the New York stage in the 1950s, but her long television career was first…Continue