Legendary chef, TV personality, and author Anthony Bourdain died Friday morning at the age of 61. Eater senior editor Greg Morabito joins us to talk about Bourdain's legacy which extends well beyond the food industry. Through his CNN show 'Parts Unknown' and his earlier show 'No Reservations' on the Travel Channel, Bourdain connected audiences with unknown places and cultures. In other news, Verizon has named a new chief executive. Hans Vestberg will be the next CEO of the wireless giant, taking over for longtime CEO Lowell McAdam. Vestberg had been with Verizon for about a year and was the company's chief technology officer. He steps into this new role August 1st. We also dig into Facebook's latest privacy scandal. The company disclosed Thursday that private posts from about 14 million users were actually made public due to a software bug. The bug, which has now been fixed, affected users for about 10 days at the end of May. And Hope King sits down with stand-up comedian Joel Kim Booster at Comedy Central's Clusterfest. Booster opens up about comedy, race, and identity.