The rapper died Friday at White Plains, N.Y., Hospital after being on life support.
As Queen Elizabeth II's husband, Prince Philip was the longest-serving consort in British history. He died Friday at Windsor Castle.
The bombastic conservative, who became a popular talk show host, reveled in his reputation as a man willing to go to any lengths to reelect Nixon, saying, "I'd do it again for my president."
"I think children want to read about normal, everyday kids," Cleary told NPR in 1999. "... I think children like to find themselves in books."
In over 30 novels and across dozens of screenplays, nonfiction works and memoirs, McMurtry became a beloved yet unsentimental chronicler of the American West.
Best known in the U.S. for his jazz film Round Midnight, Tavernier directed some 40 features and documentaries. He was also a noted film historian who wrote a book about American cinema.
The actor, known for her comedic roles on Arrested Development and Archer, died in her sleep on Wednesday.
The Oscar-nominated actor, who recently wrapped up an eighth season on the ABC show The Goldbergs, died on Tuesday morning of complications from bypass surgery, his wife, Sonia, said in a statement.
Ten people died in the shooting at a Colorado grocery store on Monday. They ranged in age from 20 to 65. Here are their stories, as we learn them.
Taylor, who gave up his salary last year to support front-line restaurant workers, is being remembered as a "people-first leader." He died by suicide last week at age 65.
A year into the COVID-19 pandemic, Zoom is a new feature of our lives — and, now, of our rituals surrounding death. GPB’s Virginia Prescott lost her mother to the disease in 2020 and shared the awkward, but surprisingly gratifying experience of memorializing a life on Zoom for NPR’s Here & Now.
Lunney, who played an integral role in the agency's Apollo program, died Friday. He was credited for his quick decision-making during the race to save the lives of the Apollo 13 astronauts.
Best known for his work on Hancock's blockbuster 1973 album Head Hunters, Paul Jackson was a bassist who found his musical identity between jazz and funk.
The gifted conductor who had wielded immense influence in the classical music world, was publicly accused by nine men of sexual abuse. He died March 9 at age 77 of natural causes.
"Your presence and talent were undeniable and magnetic," Viola Davis said in a tweet about Kotto.