The New Jersey-born Shaughnessy's mutton-chop whiskers and swinging rhythms made him one of the most famous drummers in jazz during his nearly three decades with Doc Severinsen's 'Tonight Show' band.
Ed Shaughnessy, whose mutton-chop whiskers and swinging rhythms made him one of the most famous drummers in jazz during his nearly three decades with Doc Severinsen's "Tonight Show" band, has died. He was 84.
The journalist covered the struggle for civil rights in Selma, Ala., and later became a columnist and wrote books on politics and government.
Haynes Johnson, a Washington journalist who won a Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of the civil rights movement and migrated from newspapers to television, books and teaching, died Friday at a hospital in Bethesda, Md., after suffering a heart attack. He was 81.
With IBM colleague Gerd Binnig, Rohrer invented the scanning tunneling microscope, which can show individual atoms on a surface and move them around.
The electron microscope revolutionized biology in the 1930s by providing magnifications thousands of times higher than that of light microscopes, allowing scientists to discern the inner workings of cells for the first time.
The Oklahoma farm boy became a prolific inventor whose patents included the machinery that puts twist ties on bread bags.
Charles E. Burford, a prolific inventor whose patents included the equipment that puts twist ties on bread bags, has died. He was 81.
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John Meisner (1940 - May 7, 2013) John Meisner, husband, father, grandfather and businessman passed on to eternal glory to be with his savior, Jesus Christ Tuesday, May 7, 2013. His faith has caused his family to be at peace celebr...
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