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7. Leonel Drags Himself on the Floor With Severed Limbs – Season 3, “I See You” Leonel and Marco Salamanca (better known as “the Cousins”) go after Hank on Gus’s command, but Gus warns Hank in advance, giving him the advantage. Marco dies, but Loenel gets crippled. Once in the hospital, Loenel sees Walt, who …

TAMPA, Fla. — Since mid-March, so much of our lives has changed dramatically.  Kids are at home, many parents are working from home and with the exception of a trip to the grocery store a few times, there’s no place to go.   Many people have picked up habits — some good, some bad. Tampa …

Something that’s never happened in the oil market is happening today: negative prices on an oil contract. While many people may see this and think the overall price of oil is negative, there’s nuance. The short answer is that no, not all oil is free. The picture in the market is not as bleak as …

Finally, the test-positivity rate has become much more reliable nationwide over the past few weeks. As recently as the end of March, not all states reported every negative test result from commercial laboratories. Nearly every state now publishes those numbers. While our numbers still probably do not capture every coronavirus test in the U.S., outside …

Daniel Moncada as Leonel Salamanca, Luis Moncada as Marco Salamanca Photo: Greg Lewis (AMC/Sony Pictures Television) TV ReviewsAll of our TV reviews in one convenient place. I know it’s on brand for me, but I can’t help myself. “Bagman” is biblical, through and through. The desert, where almost all the action takes place, is where …

Is the phrase “social distancing” sending the wrong message to millions of Americans who are struggling to get by during the COVID-19 pandemic? That’s the case being made by Daniel Aldrich, director of the security and resilience program at Northeastern University in Boston. “The moment I heard public health authorities use the term, I thought …

Nutrient-deficient grass could be leading to a decline in the number of grasshoppers, according to a new study. Savushkin/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Savushkin/Getty Images Nutrient-deficient grass could be leading to a decline in the number of grasshoppers, according to a new study. Savushkin/Getty Images In northeastern Kansas, there’s an open-air ecological laboratory called …

Feb 29th 2020 TEN YEARS ago the Marmot Review, a study commissioned by the government, asked a big, complicated question: why do some people in England live longer, healthier lives than others, and what can be done to reduce the gap? The answer it found was simple. Some people lived longer because they were better-off. …

Civic Hall is a nonprofit in Manhattan that offers technology and job training to low-income residents, while also promoting collaboration among startups, civic groups and governmental agencies. It’s been a big success, to the extent that it’s planning a move from a 6,000-square-foot space to one more than 10 times that size. Unfortunately, when New …

In the documentary out Friday, Swift goes after Blackburn’s record as she gets emotional discussing with her parents and team about wanting to voice her opinion in the 2018 midterm elections, adding that she regrets not speaking out against Donald Trump during the 2016 election. Swift, who had been reluctant to voice her political opinions …