Latest People Remembered

Thursday, 28 May 2009

William A. Brannigan, 73, who turned to acting after a long career as aforeign correspondent, died May 20 of acute idiopathic pulmonaryfibrosis at a Washington, D.C. hospital. Brannigan, who lived inArlington, Virginia, was an...

Tuesday, 26 May 2009

Hugh van Es, 67, who took one of the most memorable photos of the Vietnam War, died May 14 in Hong Kong’s Queen Mary hospital, one week after suffering a massive brain hemorrhage that left him in a coma from which he never emerged.

Monday, 13 Apr 2009

Michael Stern, 98, who interrupted his career writing about crime to become a World War II correspondent, died of pancreatic cancer April 7 in Palm Beach, Florida.

Monday, 30 Mar 2009

When he was a schoolboy, Irving R. Levine dreamed of becoming a foreign correspondent, and he did.

Thursday, 05 Mar 2009

William J. Jorden, 85, a Korean War correspondent who became a New York Times diplomatic correspondent and then a diplomat himself, died of lung cancer February 20 in New Bedford, Massachusetts.

Tuesday, 03 Mar 2009

Paul Harvey, 90, a pioneer in radio news and talk radio with a start and pause delivery style who became one of the nation's most familiar voices during nearly 60 years on the air, died February 28 at a hospital in Phoenix,...

Tuesday, 03 Mar 2009

Ann Bryan Mariano McKay, 76, one of the first women combat correspondents to cover the Vietnam War, died of Alzheimer's disease February 25 in Belmont, Massachusetts. Ann was sent to Saigon in 1965 from Germany to open an Asian...

Thursday, 29 Jan 2009
James Brady

James Brady, who helped start the Page Six gossip column at The New York Post, chronicled the doings of the New York power elite in columns for Advertising Age and Crain’s New York Business and wrote a gripping memoir...

Sunday, 21 Dec 2008

John W. Powell, 89, an American journalist who was tried for sedition after claiming that the United States used biological weapons in the Korean War, died in San Francisco December 15 of complications from pneumonia. 

Sunday, 21 Dec 2008

Robert Poos, 78, an AP Vietnam War correspondent and later managing editor of Soldier of Fortune magazine, died in an Arlington, Virginia hospice December 15 following surgery to repair an elbow broken in a fall. He had suffered for nearly two...