Pia Catton is a writer and editor who launched the start-up Dance.com in 2017. From 2010 to 2016, she was a reporter at the Wall Street Journal. She has served as features editor of POLITICO and culture editor of the New York Sun newspaper. In her six years at the Sun, she served as a reporter, dance critic and features editor before editing the arts coverage.
She is the co-editor of “Be Thrifty! (Not Cheap)" and the co-author of “The Comfort Diner Cookbook.” She has written for numerous publications including Playbill, the New York Post, the Baltimore Sun, ArtNews, City Journal, and the Weekly Standard.
Considered one of the most notorious serial killers of the 20th century, cult leader Charles Manson died on Sunday from natural causes.
Ahead of A&E’s Biography special, "Elizabeth Smart: Autobiography," the activist and author revisits her ordeal and shares how she's helping other victims of sexual abuse and kidnapping.