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She was one of the last links to Jean-Paul Sartre and other existentialist intellectuals who made her their muse after World War II.
  • Sep 23, 2020
The Seattle law firm founder and civic leader helped his son, tech billionaire Bill Gates, establish one of the largest private philanthropies in the world.
  • Sep 15, 2020
He received the Distinguished Service Cross for helping organize, arm and direct the anti-German resistance in France as a member of the Office of Strategic Services.
  • Sep 1, 2020
She helped determine what millions of readers saw the next day online and in print.
  • Aug 18, 2020
Mogul’s Viacom empire included Paramount Pictures film studios, CBS and MTV.
  • Aug 12, 2020
He relinquished a top perch in journalism for a scriptwriting career, winning an Oscar nod for his first film, the libel drama “Absence of Malice” (1981), starring Paul Newman.
  • Aug 10, 2020
The former ranch hand and blacksmith played gruff, plain-talking characters in films such as “Tender Mercies,” “The Natural” and “Cocoon.”
  • Aug 2, 2020
She fought punitive film-industry labor laws and had a decades-long feud with her actress sister, Joan Fontaine.
  • Jul 26, 2020
A stalwart of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, he participated in some of the most perilous actions in the fight for racial equality.
  • Jul 17, 2020
One of the most prodigious and successful composers of his generation, Mr. Morricone won an honorary Academy Award in 2007 that cited his “magnificent and multifaceted contributions to the art of film music.”
  • Jul 6, 2020