Rush Limbaugh dies at age 70
Radio personality Rush Limbaugh and wife Kathryn (L) attend the State of the Union address with First Lady Melania Trump in the chamber of the U.S. House of Representatives on February 04, 2020 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh has died at age 70. “I have to tell you something today that I wish I didn’t have to tell you,” he said at the time. It was then announced on his website with the message: “In Loving Memory of Rush Hudson Limbaugh III; The Greatest of All Time.”AdBREAKING: Rush Limbaugh has died at age 70. https://t.co/LRyoh5LXlh pic.twitter.com/JQcdCqGvnr — NBC News (@NBCNews) February 17, 2021Limbaugh was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor, during the State of the Union address last year. Read back: Radio host Limbaugh awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom
‘No replacing him’ -- Metro Detroit ‘Jeopardy!’ contestants remember Alex Trebek
DETROIT – Longtime “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek died Sunday morning at his home after a long battle with cancer. READ: Longtime “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek dies at 80 after long battle with cancerTrebek was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in March 2019, and he continued to host Jeopardy! He hosted “Jeopardy!” for 37 years, recording more than 8,000 episodes. He holds the record for most game show episodes hosted by the same person. He continued working after his diagnosis, he never asked for sympathy.
Longtime “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek dies at 80 after long battle with cancer
host Alex Trebek died this morning, the show announced on social media Sunday afternoon. Trebek was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in March 2019, and he continued to host Jeopardy! Working beside him for the past year and a half as he heroically continued to host JEOPARDY! “Today we lost a legend and a beloved member of the Sony Pictures family,” said Tony Vinciquerra, Chairman and CEO of Sony Pictures Entertainment." ”We join our colleagues at Sony Pictures in mourning the passing of Alex Trebek,"said Kenichiro Yoshida,Chairman, President and CEO, Sony Corporation.