Howard Graves, 90, a bureau chief and reporter for the Associated Press during a 41-year career that included directing coverage in several Western states and across much of the Pacific region, died Wednesday.
Bernard S. Redmont, 98, an acclaimed former foreign correspondent for CBS News and other news organizations who was blacklisted during the McCarthy era, died Monday while in hospice care in Canton, Mass.
Butch Trucks, 69, one of the founding members of the Southern rock legend the Allman Brothers Band, died Tuesday at his home in West Palm Beach, Fla. The cause wasn't given.
Harry Middleton, 95, a former speechwriter to Lyndon B. Johnson and later the longtime director of his presidential library, has died.
Charlie Liteky, 85, an Army chaplain in Vietnam who was awarded the Medal of Honor for rescuing more than 20 wounded men but later gave it back in protest and became a peace activist, has died.
Brenda Barnes, 63, whose decision to leave the top job at Pepsi-Cola set off a national debate about mothers in the workforce, died Jan. 17 in Naperville, Ill., from complications of a stroke.
Pennsylvania's new governor pitched the state to the energy industry Tuesday morning during a conference at the Convention Center.
"We should be fertile ground for you to come and do your business," Gov. Wolf said in a speech at Globalcon...