Carlos Muñoz, the veteran location manager for Netflix's "Narcos," was found dead in Mexico with multiple gunshots. Spanish daily El Pais reports that the 37-year-old was killed on Monday outside of Mexico City while scouting for season four of "Narcos."
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Davis Richardson is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College and an alumni of America's Future Foundation's Writing Fellows Program. As a student, he studied political theory and writing while holding internships with Interview Magazine, IFC Films, AOL, and the U.S. House of Representatives. Since graduating, he has written for Vice, Nylon Magazine, Bullett, Uproxx, Capitol File, the Washington Examiner, the Daily Caller, the New Haven Register, and Wired. His reporting has been featured on Business Insider and Fox News. He currently works as a freelance writer and media strategist in New Haven, Connecticut.
NEW YORK CITY -- On a World War II aircraft carrier, underneath a trove of fighter jets that once eviscerated Vietnamese villages for Empire, children in designer clothes walk the catwalk.
Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton stopped by a Manhattan Barnes and Noble Tuesday to sign copies of her new blockbuster memoir "What Happened."
On Tuesday, Yale University officially changed the name of Calhoun College to Grace Hopper College.
Two members of the Kennedy dynasty were arrested this past Sunday after refusing to comply with law enforcement.
BOSTON -- "SHAME! SHAME! SHAME!" counter-protesters screamed at a Donald Trump supporter wearing an American flag around his shoulders.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- A vigil held Sunday night in downtown New Haven, Conn., to reflect on the violence that broke out in Charlottesville, Va., was overshadowed by the ominous presence of anti-fascist groups. Men and women in masks, bandanas, and sunglasses clustered in a corner holding a banner reading, "We Don't Light Candles For Our Dead -- We Elect Barricades -- F*** Racism."
Infowars founder and 9/11 truther Alex Jones has discovered fidget spinners.
Russian President Vladimir Putin took time off from fielding questions about hacking the American election to vacation in southern Siberia. On his first R&R visit to the region, Putin enjoyed swimming, fishing, sunbathing, and quadricycle mountain rides.
The Entertainment-Industrial Complex reigns.
While complaining about her flight delay, a "self destructive (food wise)" Lena Dunham took to Twitter to criticize American Airlines over employees allegedly having a "transphobic talk."
Notorious pharmaceutical executive and internet troll Martin Shkreli is wanting to become the next White House communications director. Amid the chaos resulting from Anthony Scaramucci's firing Monday, the pharma bro took to Facebook to post, "In for comms director."
Much has been said about personal gender pronouns. Yale University is currently suing the state of Connecticut after the state government blocked it from changing its single-sex bathrooms into gender neutral ones. Last month, Canada passed Bill C-16, which puts ‘gender identity’ and ‘gender expression’ into the country’s Human Rights Code as well as into the hate crime category of its Criminal Code. Facebook offers over 70 gender options with which its users may identify.
A Shanghai mall has installed rows of "man pods." Equipped with video games, a reclining chair, and a large television screen, the pods are encased behind clear glass walls to shut out shoppers. So far, they've proved a home run with weary husbands and boyfriends: over 1,000 men have used the facilities, according to Ruwo Smart Technology, the company behind the booths.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- A trove of leaked emails reveal Democratic New Haven Mayor Toni Harp fired a city official for political purposes before involving outside government agencies (including the FBI and U.S. Attorney's Office) and shredding thousands of documents.
Legendary filmmaker George A. Romero, the creator of the groundbreaking "Night of the Living Dead" franchise, has died at 77.