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” Contact us at editors@time. But one US official, US secretary of state Mike Pompeo praised European countries for helping to bring about the North Korea summit,com. And along with Boeing Co. it has a contract with NASA to fly astronauts to the International Space Station as part of the "Commercial Crew" program with the first crucial test flight scheduled for the second quarter Zuma was SpaceXs third military launch The Falcon 9 won US Air Force certification for national-security space missions in May 2015 breaking a lock long-held by United Launch Alliance a joint venture between Boeing and Lockheed Martin Corp Contracts for military launches include satellites that let troops communicate on battlefields and are estimated to be valued at about $70 billion through 2030 Contact us at editors@timecomFX’s new series Legion sits at the nexus of several hot trends in television Like Netflix’s Jessica Jones and Luke Cage this superhero serial about a less-heralded X-Men brings a darker and more sophisticated edge to a comic-book character than most big-budget movies would dare Unfolding in a manner that places a higher premium on visual grandeur and ambition than on moment-to-moment coherence it recalls puzzle shows like The OA (Netflix) and Mr Robot (USA) And it’s on FX the network whose willingness to follow creative types (including Fargo and Legion creator Noah Hawley) down whatever rabbit hole they choose has made it for the moment TV’s top destination Which is why it’s both unsurprising and still a pity that Legion fails to connect The show draws so hard on various indulgences currently granted to prestige TV that it exhausts itself in the attempt Instead of simply eliding the classic appeals of television (character plot development) the show tosses them over entirely in the pursuit of more and more striking imagery The show follows the institutionalized David Haller (Downton Abbey‘s Dan Stevens almost unrecognizably slimmed-down) who suffers from diagnosed schizophrenia on a journey to the center of his psyche Haller comes to learn that his disaffection from the human race may not entirely be due to his diagnosis Indeed he may just have powers entirely outside of the possible Are they why he’s unable to see or comprehend the world around him as we know it Or is the world itself behaving oddly bending to his as-yet-unharnessed gifts We don’t know yet if Haller is misperceiving what he sees which means the show either is or isn’t about mental illness and addiction But in the show’s first three episodes this question is never more than a brief diversion likely because we know this show was made under the auspices of Marvel: Haller is not going to turn out to be just imagining the whole thing And so as though biding time before the eventual crossover whole scenes unfold lugubriously seemingly just to prove that they could be done The show this recalls most strongly is USA’s Mr Robot which also deals in only occasionally interesting questions of reality; that show has aged poorly as it’s pursued endless bits of fringe around its edges while forgetting to tell what had once seemed to be its story The fact is there needs to be something more nourishing to an artwork than the question of whether what one is seeing is realthe answer if it has any weight at all gets that gravity from character and writing Hawley’s last season of television the masterful second installment of Fargo had moments of surrealism ones that were intended to provoke questions as to the nature of reality But moments like those (revolving around the presence of alien spacecraft intervening in the show’s Upper Midwest gang war) came only after the show had built out a world worth paying attention to Here we get truisms from Haller’s handler (Fargo‘s great Jean Smart allowed to be little more than cryptic) that add up to little interspersed with skittering through Haller’s web of associations including a beloved sister (Katie Aselton) and junkie pal (Aubrey Plaza) It all adds up to a show that attempts to draw intrigue from discordant notes and from fractured narrative but that gives us little to hang onto The show is visually dazzling well-acted and even aurally interesting and I concluded its first three episodes with no clue who David Haller is aside from a vector for familiar and easy tropes around mental illness and a way to keep the spectacle churning This is the flip side of the growing willingness among cable and streaming outlets to allow for more and more innovation along lines dictated by creators While I’m hardly stuck in the past it’s hard not to feel as though a Legion a little less addicted to showy cross-cutting and visual splendor for its sake might have invested a bit more energy in figuring out who David Haller is Until it does that elementary work Legion is worth saving on your DVR but not quite worth taking the leap of investing real time A show this ambitious shouldn’t take the easy way out when it comes to building a character worthy of being called a “hero” Contact us at editors@timecomChina might be in the midst of another round of stockpiling stepping up crude oil imports to fill its strategic petroleum reserve (SPR) The slowdown in oil demand in China is one of the chief concerns regarding the state of oversupply in global oil markets Excess production has driven down prices but soft demand in China over the past year or so has led to a protracted recovery After a period of softness oil imports could be rising once again Bloomberg reports that the number of oil supertankers docking at Chinese ports is at a 16-month high And there are 83 supertankers currently on their way to China with a capacity of 166 million barrels of crude the highest number in four months Oilpricecom: Expert Commentary: Oil Market Analysis and The Week Ahead In the first quarter of this year China diverted about 787000 barrels per day into its strategic stockpile the highest rate since Bloomberg has been tracking the data in 2004 Overall as of March China was importing around 77 million barrels per day The activity makes sense China needs to fill up its strategic reserve and has had several facilities come online last year with more storage sites under construction The timing is fortuitous since China can fill its storage reserves with oil at incredibly low prices Oilpricecom: The Real Reason Saudi Arabia Killed Doha Another source of additional demand comes from a policy change in the downstream sector The central government recently loosened the rules on oil imports allowing smaller refineries to import more crude oil These so-called "teapot refineries" with capacities of around 20000 to 100000 barrels of production per day struggled under the old restrictions producing at only 30 to 40 percent of capacity because of an inability to import oil That has changed and domestic refining production is set to rise and with it so are imports This could provide a bit of a lift to crude oil markets as Chinas additional SPR demand and higher refinery utilization could take a bite out of excess supply This article originally appeared on Oilpricecom Contact us at editors@timecomHillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders had a made-for-TV moment of solidarity at the Democratic debate Tuesday shaking hands and declaring to a standing ovation that controversy over Clinton’s email is much ado about nothing “I’ve taken responsibility for it I did say it was a mistake” Clinton said of her use of a personal email server during her time as Secretary of State “I have been as transparent as I know to be turning over 55000 pages of my e-mails asking that they be made public” Clinton went on to blast the congressional committee investigating the matter calling it “an arm of the Republican National Committee” and a “partisan vehicle” noting recent statements made by House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy that it had succeeded in hurting her poll numbers She went on to say she’d rather spend the debate talking about “the issues that matter to the American people” Sanders chimed in: “I think the Secretary is right And that is I think the American people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn emails" Underdog Lincoln Chafee however was eager to pile on “Theres an issue of American credibility out there” he said “So any time someone is running to be our leader and a world leader which the American president is credibility is an issue out there with the world” Asked if she wanted to respond Clinton simply replied: “No” See Bernie Sanders’ Career in Photographs Bernie Sanders (R) member of the steering committee stands next to George Beadle University of Chicago president who is speaking at a Committee On Racial Equality meeting on housing sit-ins 1962 Special Collections Research Center/University of Chicago Library A photo taken on July 22 2015 of Bernie Sanders and his son is seen in an old clip from an alternative newspaper called the Vermont Freeman in Burlington VT The Washington Post/Getty Images Bernie Sanders in his office after winning his first election as the mayor of Burlington Vt on Sept 15 1981 Donna Light—AP Bernie Sanders right greeted voters at a Burlington polling place on March 1 1983 in Burlington Vt Donna Light—AP Bernie Sanders and his campaign celebrating after his mayoral re-election circa 1983 in Burlington Vt Courtesy of Bernie Sanders Campaign Bernie Sanders recording his singing in a studio Nov 20 1987 in Burlington Vt Toby Talbot—AP Bernie Sanders and his wife Jane O’Meara in Washington circa 1991 Courtesy of Bernie Sanders Campaign Bernie Sanders James Jeffords and Patrick Leahy toast to the passing of the Northeast Dairy Compact on June 14 2006 in Montpelier Vt Toby Talbot—AP Bernie Sanders officially announces his candidacy for US Senate on May 19 2006 at the Unitarian Church in Burlington Vt Alden Pelett—AP Bernie Sanders and the other members of the Vermont Congressional delegation at the annual lighting of US Capitol Christmas on Dec 5 2007 in Washington Chip Somodevilla—Getty Images Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid speaks during a rally in support of Social Security with Sen Tom Harkin 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