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‘World’s first cyborg’ dies aged 64: British doctor passes away peacefully

A British scientist who became the 'world's first full cyborg' has passed away on the age of 64. Peter Scott-Morgan decided to challenge what it...

Julee Cruise, Vocalist of ‘Twin Peaks’ Fame, Dies at 65

Julee Cruise, a singer who brought a memorably ethereal voice to the projects of the director David Lynch — most famously “Falling,” whose instrumental...

Valery Ryumin, Who Set Endurance Record in Space, Dies at 82

Valery Ryumin, a Soviet tank commander who became a cosmonaut and spent greater than a 12 months in space, setting endurance records — after...

Nancy Clark Reynolds, a Player in Reagan’s Washington, Dies at 94

Nancy Clark Reynolds, whose life as a Washington insider stretched from the Thirties, when she arrived because the daughter of a Latest Deal congressman,...

Ingram Marshall, Minimalist Composer of Mystical Sounds, Dies at 80

Ingram Marshall, a minimalist composer known for the mystery and melancholy of his works, which featured sounds as disparate as San Francisco fog horns...

Ken Bode, Erudite ‘Washington Week’ Host on PBS, Dies at 83

Ken Bode, a bearded, bearish former political operative and tv correspondent who, armed with a Ph.D. in politics, moderated the favored PBS program “Washington...

Paul Vance, Lyricist Behind an ‘Itsy Bitsy’ Bikini, Dies at 92

Paul Vance, who described the uncertain path of a woman in a risqué two-piece bathing suit as she advanced from a locker to the...

Ann Turner Cook Dies at 95; Her Face Sold Baby Food by the Billions

The long anonymity of the Gerber baby also ensured that there was at the very least one pretender to the throne. Within the Forties,...

Barry Sussman, Washington Post Watergate Editor, Dies at 87

“While it's common for a president’s popularity to extend at a time of national crisis,” he wrote in The Post, “the rise for Reagan...

Bill Walker, Nashville Force as Conductor and Arranger, Dies at 95

NASHVILLE — Bill Walker, a conductor and arranger who became a musical force in Nashville, scoring popular recordings for country stars like Marty Robbins...

George Shapiro, Talent Manager Who Pushed for ‘Seinfeld,’ Dies at 91

He was soon promoted to agent, with a salary of $38 every week, before eventually moving to the corporate’s Los Angeles office, where he...

Marion Barber III, Bruising Running Back for Cowboys, Dies at 38

His post-playing years were troubled. In 2014, Barber was detained by the police in Mansfield, Texas, also outside Dallas, and hospitalized for a mental...

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