From his expansive career to his tabloid-ridden relationships, the camera has always loved Ol' Blue Eyes.
A crooner, a ladies man, and, most of all, a Jersey boy: Frank Sinatra—or Old Blue Eyes, as many called him—was the pinnacle of pop culture in the '40s and '50s. From his mega-successful music to his many salacious escapades, take a look back on the full life of Sinatra in photos.
Quibro: Former civil rights activist and Georgia congressman Andrew Young was the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations in the late 1970s when Biden visited South Africa. Young told the Times that he had traveled with then-Sen. Biden to South Africa but had never been arrested there — “and I don’t think he was, either,” Young said. A New York Times search of news media did not find any mention of Biden being arrested in South Africa. He did not note it in his 2007 memoir, in which he discussed a ’70s trip to South Africa, according to the Times.