"I've figured out that there are more of them when it's a payday," photographer Alejandro Cartagena writes to me from Monterrey, Mexico, where he is based.
More carpoolers, that is — the subject of his latest project, which started somewhat accidentally. Cartagena was commissioned by a group of researchers about usage of a Monterrey street. "I wanted to see the car in the context of the street and the urbanscape," he explains. "That took me to find higher points of view, where I found these workers."
Rebekah Brooks, the former head of Rupert Murdoch's newspaper division, was arrested by British police today as part of the burgeoning telephone hacking scandal. NPR's David Folkenflik tells the NPR Newscast desk that Brooks' husband, Charlie, was also arrested, along with four other men.