The Columbia Law School professor taught generations of diplomats, economists and jurists and served as U.S. ambassador to Italy and Spain.
The former journalist wrote Nixon’s inaugural, State of the Union and resignation speeches.
The Duke University scholar was best known for her 1970 volume “The Southern Lady: From Pedestal to Politics, 1830–1930.”
His studies aided Allied beach landings during World War II and later helped explain climate change.
His organization, the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, has raised more than $1.6. billion — most of it from evangelicals — to support Israelis and Jews.
He was best known for his works “The Leo Frank Case” and “Anti-Semitism in America.”
He was among the 20,000 to 30,000 Jews who fought the Nazis from hideouts in the forests of Eastern Europe.
The Army helicopter pilot received the nation’s highest award for valor in 2016, at age 86.
Her company, founded in 1970, was called Proctor and Gardner Advertising. But there was only one founder behind it — Barbara Proctor, maiden name Gardner.
A Wells Fargo bank in Sterling, Va. was robbed Dec. 13.