The otherwise insufferable M*A*S*H was his triumph.
Smokin' Joe -- great champion, great American.
The Cato Institute's long-time chairman was a man and economist in full.
Steve Jobs reminded us that making money can also make other people's lives better.
Walter Righter, the Episcopalian bishop once charged with heresy, has died.
A dog's devotion.
Richard Wirthlin, who died last month, was Ronald Reagan's pollster for 21 years.
The great Frank Buckles is in storied company.
In Itamar, a bloody act of random cruelty, during the happiest season of the Jewish calendar.
He was a liberal in the best sense of term.