Andy Rooney, longtime 60 Minutes commentator, passed away at the age of 92 Friday night, according to People.com. After having minor surgery, he suffered "serious complications" but little is known about his actual cause of death at this point. More information is expected in the days to come. Rooney ended his stint on the newmagazine just over a month ago, after covering thousands of topics over his 33 years on the program. He marveled at the weight of the laptop in his last appearance on...Read Full Story
Longtime 60 Minutes commentator Andy Rooney passed away at the age of 92 Friday night, reports People.com . The star had undergone minor surgery weeks prior and suffered "serious complications," though the exact cause of death has yet to be released.Rooney signed off from the program that made him a household name just two weeks ago, after covering thousands of topics on the nightly newsmagazine over the years. He marveled at the weight of the laptop in his last appearance on the show, which...Read Full Story
After recently announcing his retirement as 60 Minutes resident cantankerous essayist, Andy Rooney is in the hospital and in critical condition following complications after surgery. CBS released a statement saying that the 92-year-old Rooney is recovering and, at the request of his family, would not be releasing any more information regarding his medical problems or where he is being treated.Rooney is known by young and old alike for his closing segment on the weekly magazine show where he...Read Full Story
Andy Rooney (January 14, 1919 – November 4, 2011) was a humorist and a fixture on the CBS Sunday night news magazine show '60 Minutes.' His segment at the end of the show featured Rooney making observations about everyday life.