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Lung Cancer

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  • Former AIG CEO Robert Benmosche dies of cancer at 70

    Former AIG President and CEO Robert Benmosche, who led the insurer's turnaround after its $182 billion government bailout, has died of lung cancer at age 70, the company announced Friday. The company says Benmosche died Friday morning at NYU Langone...
  • David Shapell dies at 94; immigrant was devoted to Holocaust remembrance

    David Shapell dies at 94; immigrant was devoted to Holocaust remembrance
    David Shapell, a Jewish immigrant from Poland who became a successful California real estate developer and gave millions of dollars to organizations focused on Holocaust remembrance, has died. He was 94. Shapell was hospitalized in Tel Aviv while he and...
  • 'Shark Lady,' Mote Marine founder dies in Florida

    Shark expert and Mote Marine Laboratory founder Eugenie Clark has died in southwest Florida. She was 92. A release on the Sarasota research organization's website says Clark passed away at her family home Wednesday after battling lung cancer for years....
  • Home inspections: What they tell you and what they don't

    Home inspections: What they tell you and what they don't
    After a long search, finding the perfect home feels fabulous. But before you order change-of-address cards, there’s one more hurdle to overcome: the home inspection. During the process, a licensed Maryland inspector will evaluate the home,...
  • Stop the immigration flood

    Washington is such a phony city. Maybe that's why it has such a good relationship with Hollywood. In the sequel to a "film" we have seen many times before, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) may "shut down" Saturday because of a dispute between...
  • 'Going Into the City,' rock critic Robert Christgau's back pages

     'Going Into the City,' rock critic Robert Christgau's back pages
    If we peg the birth of rock writing to Richard Goldstein establishing his "Pop Eye" column in the Village Voice, the form turns 50 next summer. If instead we tie it to Jane Scott's Cleveland Plain Dealer report on the Beatles in September 1964, we...
  • Dori Maynard, journalist and diversity champion, dies at 56

    OAKLAND, Calif. Dori J. Maynard, a journalist and longtime champion of diversity in news coverage and among the people who report the news, died Tuesday at her West Oakland home, friends and family said. Maynard was 56. The cause of her death was...
  • Diversity champ Dori J. Maynard changed American journalism

    When Dori J. Maynard was asked what her middle initial "J'' stood for, she didn't miss a beat in answering. "Journalism," she replied. Her middle name was really Judith, but the response was still appropriate. For Maynard, journalism wasn't just a...
  • In California, a 'golden' political opportunity carries risks

    WASHINGTON To some of the more politically ambitious members of the U.S. House of Representatives from California, it's a long-awaited opportunity. For the first time in more than two decades, an open contest for a U.S. Senate seat from the Golden...
  • Avera to manage cancer program focused on Native Americans

    Avera Health will now handle a research program that for years has worked to improve cancer cure rates and treatment among South Dakota's Native American population through access to clinical trials, palliative care and screening for colorectal, cervical,...
  • Singer Jann Browne recalls her party with Lesley Gore

    Singer Jann Browne recalls her party with Lesley Gore
    One of the most surprising and touching remembrances of singer Lesley Gore comes from longtime Southern California roots music singer and songwriter Jann Browne, who posted this loving anecdote on her Facebook page shortly after news surfaced of the "It's...