Better Call Saul: Trailer for final season of Breaking Bad spin-off Sign up for the big storylines FIRST , star interviews and exclusive access SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Better Call Saul has been airing for the past seven years and unfortunately, the story is almost over. The AMC and Netflix prequel is catching up with the events of Breaking Bad, signifying that the series is soon to be done and dusted with for good. The sixth and final season premiered in April 2022 with just one more episode left to come out. Related articles NCIS LA: Chris O’Donnell’s son stopped from starring in CBS series Escape to the Chateau’s Dick and Angel clashed on family decision WARNING: This article … [Read more...] about Better Call Saul season 6, episode 6 release time: What time is the new episode out?
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Higher booster shot coverage for the elderly, better management of new cases and medical resources, more efficient and accessible testing, and home treatment for COVID-19 are some essential prerequisites for China to adjust its existing policy to control COVID, a senior infectious disease expert said. Without these preconditions, dynamic clearance remains the most optimal and responsible strategy for China as the country cannot risk the lives of its senior population by relaxing its anti-epidemic measures prematurely, said Wang Guiqiang, head of the infectious disease department at Peking University First Hospital. The Chinese mainland reported 226 locally-transmitted confirmed COVID-19 cases on Saturday, of which 166 were in Shanghai and 33 were in Beijing, according to the National Health Commission's report on Sunday. In a public seminar on Saturday, Wang, also a member of the national experts' team on treating COVID-19 cases, said the recent COVID-19 outbreaks in Hong Kong … [Read more...] about Nation cannot risk seniors by relaxing COVID policy
Click here to read the full article. If Roe v. Wade is overturned by the Supreme Court, Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts wants to ban abortion in his state, and he wants that ban to apply to victims of rape. CNN’s State of the Union host Dana Bash asked the governor about a recent effort he supported to pass a “trigger” abortion ban that would go into effect immediately if the Supreme Court rules to overturn abortion rights, which appears to be imminent considering the recently leaked Supreme Court draft opinion . More from Rolling Stone The Problem With Ricki Lake's 'The Business of Birth Control' Nancy Pelosi Says Anti-Choice Democrats Are Fine as Long as ... Their Votes Don't Matter Senate Officially Throws Middle Finger to Reproductive Rights CNN's Dana Bash: "Do you think that the state of Nebraska should require a young girl who was raped to carry that pregnancy to term?" Gov. Pete Ricketts: "Those are babies, too." Bash: "Including … [Read more...] about Rape Victims Should Be Forced to Have Rapist’s Baby, GOP Gov. Openly States
Citing the vile online manifesto attributed to the Buffalo shooter, Gov. Hochul on Sunday urged social media companies to crack down on hate speech — calling the sites “instruments of evil.” “I’m calling on the CEOs of all the social media platforms to examine their policies and to be able to look me in the eye and tell me that everything is being done that they can to make sure that this information is not spread,” she told CNN’s “State of the Union,” speaking a day after 18-year-old Payton Gendron, who is white, killed 10 in an attack targeting Black people. “They have to identify when information like this — the second it hits the platform, it needs to be taken down, because this is spreading like wildfire. These theories that result in the radicalization of a young person sitting in their house is deeply scary, and it’s something that has to be dealt with,” added Hochul, a Democrat. Prior to the attack, Gendron posted a 180-page screed saying he chose the site of his attack … [Read more...] about Buffalo shooting spurs Gov. Hochul to call for crackdown of social media: ‘instruments of evil’
Russia: NATO gaining more countries 'bad for Putin' says Jones Sign up for our news briefing, including a daily special Russia-Ukraine edition SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Ann Linde, Swedish Foreign Affairs Minister, said: "Today the Swedish Social Democratic Party took a historic decision to say yes to apply for a membership in the NATO defence alliance. The Russian invasion of Ukraine has deteriorated the security situation for Sweden and Europe as a whole." In a statement, the Social Democrats, Sweden's ruling party, said: "The party board has at its meeting on May 15, 2022 decided that the party will work toward Sweden applying for membership in NATO." Sweden has called Putin's bluff, anouncing a bid to join … [Read more...] about Now Sweden calls Putin’s bluff and announces NATO bid in ‘historic’ show of defiance
After Sheila Kuehl announced she was not seeking reelection to the L.A. County Board of Supervisors, the political maneuvering began. The jockeying for the open seat intensified after district lines were redrawn in December in a once-in-a-decade process, bringing some conservative-leaning parts of the San Fernando Valley into Kuehl’s 3rd District. That set the stage for Bob Hertzberg (D-Van Nuys) and Henry Stern (D-Malibu), state senators who represent parts of the Valley, to mount campaigns. They are running against West Hollywood City Council Member Lindsey Horvath, who is backed by Kuehl, and three other candidates in a race where homelessness and crime have emerged as defining issues before the June 7 primary. The supervisors are sometimes referred to as the “five little kings” because of their unglamorous but powerful jobs controlling an annual budget of nearly $39 billion in a county of more than 10 million people . Advertisement In the redistricting, … [Read more...] about Millennials vs. boomer. Who will succeed L.A. County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl?
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 5 SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea on Monday reported 8 new deaths and 392,920 more people with fevers amid a growing COVID-19 outbreak as leader Kim Jong Un blasted officials over delays in medicine deliveries and ordered his military to get involved in the pandemic response in the country’s capital, Pyongyang. The North’s emergency anti-virus headquarters said more than 1.2 million people fell ill amid a rapid spread of fever since late April and about 564,860 are currently under quarantine. The eight new deaths reported in the 24 hours through 6 p.m. Sunday brought its death toll to 50. State media didn’t specify how many of the fever cases and deaths were confirmed as COVID-19 cases. Experts say North Korea likely lacks testing supplies and equipment to confirm coronavirus infections in large numbers and is mostly relying on isolating people with symptoms at … [Read more...] about North Korea reports 8 deaths as Kim laments virus response
KENTUCKY Attorney General Daniel Cameron said he will release the grand jury recordings in the Breonna Taylor case after deciding not to charge the cops involved in her death. Cameron 's decision this week comes after a lawsuit was filed by an unnamed juror asking that the details of the case be made public. A spokesperson for Cameron confirmed to The New York Times that the recordings would be released by Wednesday and that his office has "no concerns with grand jurors sharing their thoughts on our presentation because we are confident in the case we presented." The suit, filed on Monday by a juror who wishes to remain anonymous, also requests that the jurors be allowed to speak freely about the proceedings, according to Fox News . The Kentucky grand jury's decision to not directly charge the three cops involved in Taylor's shooting death – which was announced last week – has led to mass protests in Kentucky , and across the US. Taylor, a 26-year-old EMT, was … [Read more...] about Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron says he’ll release Breonna Taylor grand jury recordings after deciding not to charge cops
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 3 As the largest city in Texas, Houston is home to a robust mix of attractions. Whether you're looking for free things to do with kids , indoor activities to beat the Texas heat, hiking trails to escape the city grind or landmarks that can't be found anywhere else, H-Town has a little something for everyone. Save up to 75% off things to do in Houston Groupon www.groupon.com Shop Now Keep reading for 23 Houston attractions for first-time visitors or longtime Houstonians. Houston attractions for kids Children’s Museum Houston Located in the heart of Houston's Museum District, kids of all ages will love the Children’s Museum Houston , an award-winning attraction that offers 90,000 square feet of fun, interactive exhibits for children ages infant to 12. There are a number of permanent exhibits throughout the museum, but favorites include the EcoStation, … [Read more...] about Your guide to 23 of Houston’s must-visit attractions
close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for December 8 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles! The Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments Wednesday in Carson v. Makin, which involves questions about whether the state of Maine is violating two families' religious freedoms. The state has offered a tuition assistance program for families who live in areas without secondary public schools, allowing them to send their children to public or approved private schools of their choice. Under the program, families aren't able to apply those funds to a sectarian school. FORMER AG BILL BARR, DAVID BOIES SUPPORT BRIEF IN MAINE RELIGIOUS SCHOOL TUITION IN SUPREME COURT CASE On Wednesday, the court will hear from Institute of Justice attorney Michael Bindas, who is representing the two families involved. First Liberty President Kelly Shackelford is … [Read more...] about Supreme Court oral arguments in Carson v. Makin: What to expect in Maine school voucher case