Ms. Millett’s 1970 book, “Sexual Politics,” made her “the principal theoretician of the women’s liberation movement.”
Two young cousins, one visiting from Chicago, shared a bedroom on the night of a murder in 1955 that shook the nation and galvanized the civil rights movement.
With hit singles like “Do It Again” and “Deacon Blues,” Steely Dan, which Mr. Becker co-founded in 1972, had several gold and platinum albums.
Along with Mort Sahl and Lenny Bruce, Mr. Berman redefined comedy in the mid-20th century while also carving out a notable acting career.
For a coach who won more than 800 games, none was sweeter than the 1985 N.C.A.A. final against Georgetown.
In the face of stiff opposition, Dr. Keyworth was a strong advocate of the antimissile plan known as Star Wars.