Season 6, Episode 13, “Saul Gone”

Rhea Seehorn in Better Call Saulphoto: Greg Lewis/AMC/Sony Pictures Television When asked to give a hint about how Better Call Saul would wrap up during a Tribeca Festival panel in June, Bob Odenkirk offered two words: “second life.” That clue turned out to be much pithier and more perfect than anyone might have guessed. And … Read more

Insurers Must Cover Policyholder’s Landlord in Tort Claim

Last week, a New York federal court ruled that an insurer’s “exceedingly broad duty to defend the insured” extended to the policyholder’s indemnification of its landlords in an underlying tort claim. ConMed Corporation (“ConMed”), a medical technology company, filed suit against Federal Insurance Company (“Federal”), a division of Chubb, alleging that Federal breached the terms … Read more

Never-before-seen armored dinosaur is unearthed in Argentina

Fossilized remains of a never-before-seen armored dinosaur the size of a CAT with a row of protective spines running from its neck to its tail are unearthed in Argentina The remains of a never-before-seen armored dinosaur unearthed in Argentina Experts say species Jakapil kaniukura looks like primitive relative of Stegosaurus Weighed as much as a … Read more

Mismatch between purchasing power and market prices making houses unaffordable

PETALING JAYA: Malaysians are hardpressed to purchase a house today as prices, particularly those of affordable homes, have outpaced incomes. It will take an average of 44 years to repay a housing mortgage of RM400,000. This is based on the assumption that the mortgage installation is RM750 per month inclusive of interest and the person … Read more

Too little, too late: Disband the CDC now

Dissolve the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Last week, the CDC released updated COVID-19 guidance. The agency now believes we should be taking an individual approach to mitigating our COVID risk. In layman’s terms, we are all Florida 2020 now. The new guidance suggests ending “test to stay” so kids exposed to someone with … Read more

Ignition Confirmed in Record 1.3 Megajoule Shot

On the one-year anniversary of achieving a yield of more than 1.3 megajoules at LLNL’s National Ignition Facility, the scientific results of this record experiment have been published in three peer-reviewed papers: one in Physical Review Letters and two in Physical Review E. This stylized image shows a cryogenic target used for these record-setting inertial … Read more