He was best known for the song "Take Five."
The actor died at 81, having pulled off one of the most unlikely reinventions in American TV.
He played the oil baron for more than a dozen years.
The liberal standard-bearer lost the 1972 election to Richard Nixon in a historic landslide.
The former Pennsylvania senator switched parties to make the deciding vote on Obamacare.
He oversaw the paper for 34 years.
Hal David, who collaborated with Burt Bacharach on dozens of nice songs, was 91.
Fluidity, choreography, patterns of flux within the frame — none of these interested him as much as fractured montage.
The True Romance and Man on Fire director was 68.
He was Generation X's Screech, and a little bit more.
Remembering the essayist and "This American Life" contributor, who died this week at 47.
He was nominated for an Oscar for best documentary in 1965.
Judith Crist was also the Today show's first movie critic and the first female full-time film critic at a major American newspaper.