SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — A man who killed his wife by dousing her with gasoline and setting her on fire during an argument has pleaded guilty to murder. The Schenectady County District Attorney’s office says 69-year-old Antonio Bargallo entered the plea Wednesday as part of a deal that will sentence him to 21 years to life...
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- Man pleads guilty to killing wife by setting her on fire
By Associated Press - Thursday Jul 20, 2017
- Trump’s Tough Talk on North Korea Puts Japan’s Leader in Delicate Spot
By JONATHAN SOBLE - Friday Aug 11, 2017
North Korea’s accelerating military advances — and President Trump’s volatile response — could complicate Japan’s close alliance with the United States.
- Benedict Cumberbatch to Star in Boxing Movie ‘Gypsy Boy’
By Thom Geier, provided by
- Friday Sep 8, 2017
Benedict Cumberbatch will star in “Gypsy Boy,” a big-screen adaptation of Mikey Walsh’s best-selling memoirs about growing up in the British Romany community and becoming a boxer.Morgan Matthews, the two-time BAFTA Award-winning director whose first narrative feature was the highly acclaimed “X+Y” (a.k.a. “A Brilliant Young Mind”), will direct the feature, which is scheduled to start production in the summer of 2018.Playwright and screenwriter James Graham, who has two plays in London’s West End this fall — “Ink” and “Labour of Love” — worked closely with Walsh on the screen adaptation.Dee Koppang O’Leary (Netflix’s “The Crown”) and Kevin Loader (“My Cousin Rachel”) will produce.
- Big Tech’s Half-Hearted Response To Fake News And Election Hacking
By Cale Guthrie Weissman - Friday Sep 15, 2017
Despite big hand waves, Facebook, Google, and Twitter aren’t doing enough to stop misinformation.
Every day a new front emerges in Big Tech’s battle against fake news. Signs of trouble reared their head during the election, when hyper-partisan misinformation began materializing on Facebook. Months later it became known that many of these sites had been weaponized in a larger misinformation campaign spearheaded by external players, including the Russian government.
- The internet goes in on right-wing blogger's bad tweet about Harvey and the results are hilariously perfect
By Chloe Bryan - Wednesday Aug 30, 2017
It's a bad day on Twitter when you find yourself getting owned by an actual gender studies professor and, less importantly, getting schooled by an image of a pregnant SpongeBob SquarePants.
But Matt Walsh, a conservative writer who calls himself "one of the religious Right's most influential young voices," brought it on himself Monday when he decided to use a heart-wrenching photo from Hurricane Harvey to make an incorrect and extremely dated point about gender roles.
Walsh shared an Associated Press photo showing a male SWAT team member, Daryl Hudeck, carrying Houston resident Catherine Pham through floodwater as she held her one-year-old child. Read more...More about Memes, Hurricane Harvey, Culture, and Web Culture
- ‘Brigsby Bear’ Review: ‘SNL’ Team Crafts Amusing, Sincere Paean to Pop-Culture Captivity
By Robert Abele, provided by
- Wednesday Jul 26, 2017
Not only are their favorite stories being administered regularly by the major studios, dominating multiplexes and displacing a more varied mainstream cinema, their inner psychologies are now being examined in indie movies and documentaries.“Saturday Night Live” writer-director Dave McCary’s feature debut “Brigsby Bear” — which stars fellow “SNL” colleague Kyle Mooney — is one such ode to community born of obsession (and, to some extent, placating that obsession).On first glance, the series plays like a cross between a Tim & Eric cable-access goof and a home video from the imagined hallucinogen-inspired files of Sid & Marty Krofft.James’s attention-grabbing passion — new installments of which arrive on VHS tape every week — stars a heroic intergalactic talking bear with twin females for companions; an angry-faced, hovering orb called Sunsnatcher for an antagonist; and lessons in math, science and morality that don’t pertain to the usual educational TV standards.While James remains outwardly calm as the supervising detective (Greg Kinnear) and a friendly therapist (Claire Danes) help introduce him to his birth parents (Matt Walsh and Michaela Watkins) and new sister (Ryan Simpkins, “The House”), James is most rattled by the revelation that there won’t be any more “Brigsby” episodes.Casting fandom icon Hamill is as winking as it gets on that front.) If fusing literal and figurative abduction sounds wryly funny to you, you might laugh at the awkward humor McCary and Mooney (who co-wrote with Kevin Costello) wring from James’s hesitant acclimation to people, outside air, and what to do about an all-consuming space narrative cut short (albeit after 736 episodes.Though not as oddball inventive or naturally whimsical as Michel Gondry’s homage circus “Be Kind Rewind,” its low-gear celebration of fandom-inspired ingenuity, and belief in the power of creating as a reparative balm, earns it enough well-deserved smiles when things fall predictably into place in the latter stages.Mooney, who seems to relish a deadpan delivery that fuses ambitious positivity and cluelessness, does a fine job leading this alt-schmaltz brigade, and nicely underplays the movie’s most layered scene, in which James seeks out the woman (the great Kate Lyn Shiel, “House of Cards”) who played the twins in the video loop of his childhood, and discovers a waitress making ends meet.