Joanne Carson was one of the few boldfaced names still on good terms with Capote when he died, and it fell to her to dispose of his ashes.
Laurence Leamer is the author of Capote's Women as well as the New York Times bestseller Madness Under the Royal Palms and The Kennedy Women, among many other books. He lives in Washington, D.C., and Palm Beach, Florida.
Long before the rise of Trump, the Alabama segregationist exploited the anger and fear of working class whites but did little or nothing to help his constituents.
The beautiful country star was always something of an outsider in Nashville.
The estranged wife of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. had three of the drugs in her system when she hanged herself. Laurence Leamer reports.