Jahangir had a cardiac arrest in Lahore and died this morning.
Writers and fans alike paid tribute to the author of beloved titles like The Left Hand of Darkness on Twitter.
The Canadian actress died on Christmas Eve after recently being diagnosed with brain cancer.
David Cassidy stopped touring earlier this year after disclosing he had dementia. He was hospitalized in Florida for organ failure Saturday.
The leader of the cult-like "Manson Family" shocked the nation with two nights of bloody killings in 1969, including the murder of pregnant actor Sharon Tate.
The frontman of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers was hospitalized after suffering cardiac arrest at his home in Malibu. He could not be revived.
The iconic magazine's founder, who was at the forefront of the sexual revolution, was 91.
The horror filmmaker behind the hugely influential classic also directed 1982's Poltergeist.
"The story of Helmut Kohl is the story of 20th-century Germany," former US President Bill Clinton once said of the German statesman.
The former Central American strongman spent decades in jail after he was ousted by US forces.
The flag Baker created in the 1970s came to symbolize the LGBT rights movement. He was 65.
The legendary musician was one of the early faces of American rock 'n' roll, with classic hits like "Maybellene," "Roll Over Beethoven," and "Johnny B. Goode."
The Hollywood legend, who acted for nearly 70 years, was taken to the hospital Wednesday after reportedly complaining of breathing problems.
"I don't know where I'm going from here, but I promise it won't be boring." —David Bowie
The actor, who rose to fame in the Star Wars franchise, also became an advocate for mental health treatment.
The former revolutionary's death was reported late Friday.
Henderson played Carol Brady on the classic sitcom from 1969 to 1974, becoming an icon of American homemakers.
There will be only one funeral.
Miss Cleo was well-known for her infomercials in the '90s, where she'd urge viewers to "call me now."
"So, the world doesn't have Angus MacDonald to kick around anymore."
The widow of former President Ronald Reagan died Sunday at age 94.
She is to be buried next to her husband, a spokesperson from the Reagan Library confirmed.
Vigoda appeared in The Godfather and the television sitcom Barney Miller.
"Jeffrey would ask that in lieu of flowers, please do not vote for Donald Trump."
The masked militant became one of the most infamous members of the terrorist group after appearing in a number of beheading videos.
The one-time contender for the Republican nomination for president was 73.
The star Philadelphia 76ers player was a three-time NBA MVP.
"Rest in peace Aylan Kurdi. May God forgive us for failing you."
She also wants us to save the CBC.
"She believed in overcooking everything until it chewed like rubber."
Short, sweet, and dead-on.
Dubbed the "British Schindler," Winton helped 669 Jewish children avoid a grim fate by smuggling them out of Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia.
Palmer was first known for her appearances on early television, but gained more notoriety in the '80s as the murderous Mrs. Voorhees of Friday The 13th.
The genius, who struggled with schizophrenia, was played by the actor Russell Crowe in the 2001 biopic A Beautiful Mind.
The thrill is gone.
The crooner behind the hit "When A Man Loves A Woman" died Tuesday in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Liberal prime minister Malcolm Fraser was a champion of human rights, multiculturalism and Aboriginal land rights.
"The (Liberal) party has become a party of fear and reaction."
The highly influential documentarian was 88.
Goodbye my lover, goodbye my friend.
The actor best known as the Vulcan Mr. Spock was 83.
Dan Haslam died on Tuesday after a long battle with bowel cancer.
It can be scary and frustrating to love a smoker. A new website called Nobituary.com offers a new type of intervention that you might want to try.
The former basketball coach for the University of North Carolina has died aged 83.
"Plain of feature, and certainly overweight, she was, nevertheless, a woman of wit and warmth."
"When you die, it does not mean that you lose to cancer. You beat cancer by how you live, why you live, and in the manner in which you live," Scott once said.
The raspy-throated British singer, known for multiple hits, including his cover of The Beatles' "With a Little Help From My Friends," died at his home in Colorado.
Aaron Joseph Purmort last week lost "a battle with a nefarious criminal named Cancer", but before his death, he decided he wanted to be remembered in a truly special way.
The batsman died on Thursday two days after being struck by a ball. He was 25.