Mr. Mansfield was chief spokesman at the CIA from 2006 to 2009.
He formed the Swingle Singers, a group that re-imagined the classics with jazzy, scatlike vocals.
Mr. Loory reported from Washington and Moscow and was one of CNN’s earliest executives.
Mr. Drake, a lyricist, also furnished Billie Holiday with ‘Good Morning Heartache.’
Mr. Cavitt, 74, led civic groups in Prince George’s County and championed slow growth.
Dr. Krause, 90, led the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in a tumultuous era.
Her dip in Trevi Fountain for the 1960 Fellini masterpiece assured her place in film history.
Mr. Taylor, 84, starred in Hitchcock’s “The Birds” as well as “The Time Machine” and “Dark of the Sun.”
Mr. Moore, a charismatic populist, served three terms as W.Va. governor before his conviction in 1990.
Her vibrant career as a television personality was sullied by a tawdry scandal involving her lover.