A full-time college teacher since 1975, he also published nine novels and a short-story collection.
While espousing his country’s policy of white supremacy, he was also seen as a voice for moderation and reform.
The onetime journalist wrote authoritative accounts of CIA turncoats and the danger of a runaway security state.
She captivated audiences in thousands of performances throughout a six-decade career.
In 1975, Mr. Vinton won an Academy Award for animated short film.
He helped discover a neutrino and a quark and coined the term “the God particle” to describe the Higgs boson.
A Chicago Democrat working for the GOP, he argued that Clinton lied under oath and obstructed justice.
A medical missionary, he later became a researcher on the origins of tropical diseases.
He led Newsweek’s Washington bureau for 20 years and later oversaw the annual college rankings guide for U.S. News & World Report.
Charlie Parker credited with the jazz legend’s biggest hit.