Remembering prolific author and journalist, Tom Wolfe

Tom Wolfe, famed author of classics like “The Right Stuff” and “The Bonfire of the Vanities” died Monday. He was 88. Wolfe began as a reporter, but it was his work as a magazine writer in the 1960s that solidified his status as a national trendsetter. He was among the first to combine the skills of hard reporting with the emotional impact of novels -- changing non-fiction writing forever.