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Japan beats U.S. 2-0, turns incredible double play to win Olympic softball gold

By RONALD BLUM YOKOHAMA, Japan (AP) — Japan won its second straight Olympic softball gold medal, beating the United States 2-0 Tuesday in an emotional repeat of its 2008 victory in Beijing that again left the Americans in tears. Yukiko Ueno took a one-hitter into the sixth inning, five days after her 39th birthday, and Japan snuffed out an American rally attempt with an acrobatic double play in the sixth inning that will long be replayed. Japan led 2-0 when Michelle Moultrie singled leading off ...
Tags: Japan, Russia, Nigeria, Sports, Sport, Beijing, Soccer, United States, Olympics, Tokyo, Derek Jeter, Abbott, Simone Biles, Reed, Team USA, Eriksen


‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania’ Has Begun Filming, According to Director Peyton Reed

The Marvel Cinematic Universe train just keeps on rolling — if anything, it’s only gaining more and more speed. After largely taking the year off in 2020 due to the pandemic, these next several months will be packed to the brim with all things Marvel. One such production has suddenly gained increased attention lately and, thanks to director Peyton Reed, we now know that Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania has officially begun filming today. “It begins,” Reed declared on Twitter, with a picture...
Tags: Movies, News, Captain America, Michael Douglas, Reed, Scott, Kang, Scott Lang, Hank Pym, Peyton Reed, Cassie Lang, Quantumania, Scott Paul Rudd, Hope Pym Evangeline Lilly, Loki Jonathan Majors Kang


A 19-year-old fast-food boss says he expects to lose half his staff in the next few weeks as the labor shortage hammers restaurants

Jason Cabrera said he had matured quickly since taking on the general-manager role at a Layne's Chicken Fingers restaurant. Zerb Mellish for Insider Jason Cabrera, 19, is the general manager of a Layne's Chicken Fingers in Texas, earning $50,000. Cabrera said his biggest problem is finding enough workers in the labor shortage. He said he expected to lose 11 staff members in the next few weeks as they go off to college. See more stories on Insider's business page. A 19-year-old ...
Tags: Texas, US, Trends, Walmart, Mcdonalds, Reed, McDonald, Labor Department, Cabrera, Allen Texas, Layne, Anna Cooban, Garrett Reed, Jason Cabrera, Layne s Chicken Fingers, Zerb Mellish


A 19-year-old fast food boss says he expects to lose half his staff in the next few weeks, as the labor shortage continues to hammer restaurants

Cabrera said that he has matured quickly since taking on the general manager role. Zerb Mellish for Insider Jason Cabrera, 19, is the general manager of Layne's Chicken Fingers in Texas, earning $50,000 a year. Cabrera said that his biggest problem is finding enough workers in the labor shortage. He expects to lose 11 members of staff in the next few weeks as they go off to college, he said. See more stories on Insider's business page. A 19-year-old manager of a Texas chicken re...
Tags: Texas, US, Trends, Walmart, Mcdonalds, Reed, McDonald, Labor Department, Cabrera, Allen Texas, Layne, Texas Chicken, Anna Cooban, Garrett Reed, Jason Cabrera, Layne s Chicken Fingers


Chargers depth chart: Who’s up, who’s down, position by position

Here’s a look at the Chargers’ roster as the team prepares to open training camp July 28 at Jack Hammett Sports Complex in Costa Mesa. This projected depth chart and roster will be updated throughout camp and the season. Players are listed in the likely playing-time pecking order at each position and broken into the categories “lock” and “on the bubble,” as seen by Chargers beat writer Gilbert Manzano. The deadline to trim the roster to 53 players is Aug. 31. Offseason additions are noted by T f...
Tags: Sports, NFL, Sport, Soccer, Palmer, Chargers, Jackson, Johnson, Smith, James, Samuel, Norton, Reed, Daniel, Campbell, Hill


Angels’ David Fletcher impresses teammates on the field and with ‘confidence through the roof’

MINNEAPOLIS — As David Fletcher’s hitting streak was approaching 20 games, a couple of reporters asked him if he was too superstitious to talk about it. Quite the opposite, in fact. Fletcher said he started doing the math when he got to 13 games, figuring when and where he would break Joe DiMaggio’s record 56-game streak, which has not even been seriously threatened in 80 years. Fletcher was quick to point out the delicious coincidence of his streak being at 55 games on Aug. 16, when the Angels ...
Tags: Minneapolis, Angels, Sports, NFL, Sport, Soccer, Joe Dimaggio, Mlb, Twins, Los Angeles Angels, Chicago Cubs, Reed, Wrigley Field, Yankee, Fletcher, Cobb


Cat Osterman leads Team USA past Italy in Olympic softball opener

Team USA’s Valerie Arioto scores a run during their Olympic softball opener against Italy on Wednesday (Tuesday night PT) at the Tokyo Olympics in Fukushima, Japan. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong) United States’ Cat Osterman pitches during the softball game between Italy and the United States at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Wednesday, July 21, 2021, in Fukushima, Japan. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong) United States’ Janie Reed, left, Michelle Moultrie, and Haylie McCleney, right, react during the softball game ...
Tags: Japan, Usa, Texas, Sports, Sport, Beijing, Soccer, United States, Olympics, Italy, Tokyo, Associated Press, West Coast, Reed, University of Kentucky, Japan Australia


Everyone on death row gets a lawyer. Not everyone gets a Kim Kardashian

Rodney Reed’s case was championed by the reality TV star but celebrities’ role in the criminal justice system is complicatedWhen death row prisoner Rodney Reed found out his execution had been called off – only days before it was to occur – he was sitting in a tiny visiting room at an east Texas maximum-security prison, talking to Kim Kardashian West.The reality TV star had traveled to the Polunsky Unit, an hour north-east of Houston, to visit the condemned man whose cause she had taken up, repe...
Tags: Texas, Kim Kardashian, Beyonce, US news, Capital punishment, Houston, US prisons, Oprah, Gigi Hadid, Kim Kardashian West, Reed, Phil, Rodney Reed


How the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Prince and more became photographic icons

For Gered Mankowitz, a rock ‘n’ roll photographer in England in the ’60s, it was a constant fight to have the pictures he made of artists such as the Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix and the Small Faces taken seriously. “It was the packaging, it was something to knock off, it was a glossy to be given to a magazine,” Mankowitz says on a recent video call. “And yet I and dozens of my contemporaries were trying so hard to make the best of it, to try and do something special, stretch the genre, and give...
Tags: Music, Hbo, England, TV, New York, London, California, La, New York City, Samsung, Carl Barat, Sport, Ap, Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, Yoko Ono


Highlights for July 12-18, 2021: To Reach the Clouds

To reach the clouds Dates and times are given for U.S. Pacific Time zone. A vast, level place F or forty-five minutes on the morning of August 7, 1974, Philippe Petit walked, danced, and lay on a high wire suspended between the unfinished towers of the World Trade Center – a quarter of a mile above the streets of Manhattan. Like all astonishing achievements, this one was years in the making. It required hours of research, a team of compatriots, and the refinement of Petit’s natural grac...
Tags: Russia, America, Moscow, Warren Beatty, Leo, Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Pluto, Neptune, Venus, Libra, Astrology, Petit, Diane Keaton, Reed


Dodgers commit 2 errors, issue 7 walks in loss to Diamondbacks

LOS ANGELES ― Friday was a bullpen game for the Dodgers. That much was planned. Issuing seven walks and committing two errors against the worst team in baseball? That was all spur of the moment. The Dodgers’ 5-2 loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks was difficult to watch. AJ Pollock did most of the damage on offense against his former team. He hit a solo home run in the third inning against Diamondbacks starter Taylor Widener. He led off the seventh inning with a double and scored on a pair of groun...
Tags: Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Arizona, Mlb, Marlins, Los Angeles Dodgers, Ahmed, Arizona Diamondbacks, Joe Kelly, Alexander, Reed, Kelly, DAVE ROBERTS, Escobar


Mythbusting: Angels’ Shohei Ohtani takes plenty of batting practice, but not on the field

SEATTLE — Yes, Shohei Ohtani takes batting practice. Every day. Angels hitting coach Jeremy Reed wanted to clarify that after a comment he made was taken out of context and circulated online. Reed said on Friday that he was referring to batting practice on the field when he answered a question about Ohtani’s preparation for the Home Run Derby. Ohtani took BP on the field on Opening Day, and he hasn’t done it since. That isn’t that unusual. Mike Trout and Justin Upton also rarely take batting pra...
Tags: Angels, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Mlb, Derby, Seattle, Los Angeles Angels, Mariners, Seattle Mariners, Walsh, Reed, Upton, Justin Upton, All Star, Orem


Dodgers lose late for third consecutive night in Miami

MIAMI — Tropical Storm Elsa has moved north. But the Dodgers are still taking on water. For the third consecutive game, the Miami Marlins rallied against the Dodgers’ bullpen, breaking ties with runs in the eighth and ninth innings and walking off the Dodgers for a second consecutive night, 9-6, Wednesday at Loan Depot Park. The Dodgers have lost three consecutive games to the Marlins (12 games under .500 when the Dodgers arrived in Miami). The decisive runs in each game scored in the eighth inn...
Tags: Elsa, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Mlb, Miami, Marlins, Los Angeles Dodgers, White, Miami Marlins, Joe Kelly, Reed, DAVE ROBERTS, South Beach, Roberts, Dodgers


From Text Adventures to Modern Interactive Fiction

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Tags: Nelson, Alison, Dante, Reed, Tim Carmody, Graham Nelson, Aaron Reed, Infocom, East Wing East Annexe, Public Footpath Library Storage, Auden Eliot Donne Browning Elizabeth Bishop, Tom Stoppard Christopher Hampton David Hare Curses


Dodgers break down in 10th inning, lose to Marlins again

MIAMI — The Clevelander is no more. The music-thumping nightclub with its pool and scantily-clad waitresses once located beyond the left field wall at (now) Loan Depot Park is closed, a victim either of the pandemic or Derek Jeter’s more corporate-minded stewardship of the Miami franchise. But it’s still possible to leave the stadium filled with late-night regrets. For the second consecutive night, the Dodgers’ bullpen surrendered a tie-breaking run in the late innings. Monday, Victor Gonzalez g...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Mlb, Miami, Marlins, Will Smith, Smith, Los Angeles Dodgers, Turner, Derek Jeter, Miami Marlins, Reed, Cooper, DAVE ROBERTS, Lux


A Texas restaurant CEO says the price of chicken has rocketed from $55 a case to $118 amid the labor shortage - and he's lost up to 20% of his workforce to larger chains

Jason Cabrera, left, is general manager of Layne's Chicken Fingers restaurant in Allen, Texas. Garrett Reed, right, is CEO of the chain. Layne's Chicken Fingers Layne's Chicken Fingers is paying $118 for a case of chicken, up from $55 pre-pandemic, its CEO said. The Texas chain says suppliers' slaughterhouses are understaffed, which is causing price spikes. Layne's is struggling for staff too: a fifth have left for larger companies such as Walmart. See more stories on ...
Tags: Amazon, Texas, Labor, US, Trends, Walmart, Reed, BLS, Layne, Walmart McDonald, Anna Cooban, Garrett Reed, Jason Cabrera, Layne s Chicken Fingers, Allen Texas Garrett Reed, Texas chicken chain


Some Black women feel safer working from home and are opting out of office life to escape workplace racism

In an Essence survey, 45% of Black women polled said the workplace is where they most often experienced racism. Brothers91/Getty Images Even on her worst days, Joselyn Ink prefers working from home. She works at a nonprofit in Los Angeles that, she said, "has a 100% turnover rate for Black staff.""They've never had more than five Black staff at a time," Ink, 32, said. "Last year they lost, like, every Black staff member they had - except for me." The nonprofit did not immediately respon...
Tags: Feature, Florida, Race, Los Angeles, Trends, Strategy, Remote Work, Georgia, Benefits, Ink, Atlantic, Brookings Institution, Black, Black Women, Temple University, Reed


Stronger legs could help Angels’ Anthony Rendon return to form

NEW YORK — Anthony Rendon might finally be making progress back toward being Anthony Rendon Rendon had three hits, including two doubles that left the bat at more than 100 mph, and three walks in games on Monday and Tuesday. Angels hitting coach Jeremy Reed said Rendon, like most hitters, relies heavily on his legs to hit, and the leg issues from fouling a ball off his knee on May 3 contributed to him never quite getting his swing back the way it should be. “His legs are a heavy, heavy part of h...
Tags: New York, Minnesota, Boston, Angels, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Mlb, Houston, Yankees, Los Angeles Angels, Reed, Upton, Justin Upton, All Star, Byron Buxton


Rocket Mortgage Classic Preview: ‘Should Be A Shootout,’ Says CBS Sports’ Colt Knost

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Tags: Sports, Patrick Reed, Cbs, CBS Sports, Detroit, Reed, Bryson DeChambeau, Bryson, Saginaw, CBS Detroit, Donald Ross, Hideki Matsuyama, Matsuyama, Webb Simpson, Farmers Insurance Open, Colt Knost


Justices won’t intervene in dispute over transgender rights and bathrooms

The Supreme Court said Monday it will not take up a dispute over whether transgender students must be allowed to use restrooms that match their gender identities. The justices also added a First Amendment case and an immigration case to their docket for next term, and they ordered a lower court to take a closer look at a wrongful-death lawsuit by the parents of a man who died after police officers pinned him to the ground while he was handcuffed. Those items and others were part of a busy Monda...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Montana, Washington, Virginia, Massachusetts, Iraq, India, Court, San Francisco, Georgia, Indiana, Austin, United States, Wyoming


Immigration, takings, administrative law and the kitchen sink

The Relist Watch column examines cert petitions that the Supreme Court has “relisted” for its upcoming conference. A short explanation of relists is available here. The last scheduled conference of the Supreme Court’s term — which this term is being held Thursday — is usually one that yields many grants. So perhaps unsurprisingly, the court has relisted 10 cases for this conference. We’ll begin with Patel v. Garland, 20-979, which seems a likely grant, because the government, as respondent, agr...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Court, San Francisco, City, Georgia, Chicago, Austin, Pennsylvania, United States, New York Times, Davis, Medicare, Woodford, Johnson


The Coming NFA Threat To The Second Amendment

Second Amendment Activist Protest Activism Take Action United States – -(AmmoLand.com)- A series of recent court rulings have held promise or overturing onerous infringements on our Second Amendment rights. If the rulings of Judge Roger Benitez are upheld, standard capacity magazine bans and semiauto bans could be a thing of the past. That’s a good thing. If you think, though, that anti-Second Amendment extremists will just throw up their hands and give up their assaults on our rights, you’d ...
Tags: Guns, Supreme Court, White House, Reagan, Gun Control, Gun Rights, Jeff Flake, Second Amendment, Nra, Reed, Sheldon Whitehouse, House Senate, Harold, NFA, Jack Reed, NRA ILA


Teenage fast-food workers are landing $50,000-a-year manager jobs at a Texas chicken restaurant thanks to the labor shortage

A Texas-based restaurant chain has promoted young workers to manager roles amid a labor shortage Getty Images Layne's Chicken Fingers promoted some workers in their late teens to managers, the WSJ reported. CEO Garrett Reed said the fast-food chain was losing staff to Walmart and McDonald's, leaving him reliant on younger staff. Some of these younger workers were now earning more than $50,000 a year, he said. See more stories on Insider's business page. A Texas chicken-restaura...
Tags: Texas, Trends, Walmart, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Dallas, Wall Street Journal, Journal, WSJ, Reed, McDonald, Layne, Texas Chicken, Anna Cooban, Garrett Reed, Wall Street Journal Garrett Reed, The Journal Layne


"Throughout most of the ’60s and ’70s, [Brigid Berlin] dragged her Polaroid 360 and a bulky cassette recorder everywhere, though she once said, 'No picture ever mattered, it was the clicking and pulling out that I loved.'"

"Running out of film, she insisted, was worse than running out of speed. Warhol became equally addicted to documentation and, though his pictures became more well known, hers are arguably as revelatory, often the product of double exposures and lighting both flat and vivid, and featuring such friends as Lou Reed, Roy Lichtenstein, Dennis Hopper and Cy Twombly.... Her recordings — there are more than 1,000 hours of tape... — range from the mundane (chatter about her near-constant doctors’ appoint...
Tags: Art, Photography, New York, Law, Berlin, Atlantic, Sony, Warhol, Kansas City, Velvet Underground, Polaroid, Max, John Chamberlain, Reed, Rauschenberg, Ann Althouse


Star Wars Goes New School and Old School, and More of the Best Toys of the Week

Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's regular round up of all things good and plastic. This week, another Into the Spider-Verse Spidey swings into action, Hasbro now deems ‘90s kids old enough to be retro-targeted with Star Wars packaging, and... how do you feel about building a Lego shoe? Check it out!Read more...
Tags: Science, Microsoft, Adidas, Lego, Sue, Hasbro, Lucasfilm, Action Figures, Gamestop, Spider Man, Hunter, Chris Pine, Reed, Ben, Luke, Johnny


Alexander: With the Clippers, should we expect the unexpected?

No, I don’t think we can anticipate Kawhi Leonard pulling a Willis Reed, limping out of the tunnel and onto the Staples Center court as a capacity crowd roars Friday night. Clippers coach Ty Lue pretty much ruled that out Thursday when, asked to confirm Leonard’s status for Game 6 against the Utah Jazz, said: “He’s out.” Then again, as screwy a week as it’s been in the NBA, who knows what might happen? Planet Basketball has spun madly out of control the last couple of days. Two coaches fired, an...
Tags: Utah, New York, California, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Brooklyn, Nba, New Orleans, Dallas, Salt Lake City, Buffalo, Houston, Denver, Staples Center


Bob Seger recalls Alto Reed's cancer diagnosis, says he couldn't go on tour without him

An emotional Bob Seger said he can't imagine hitting the concert road again following the loss of close friend and saxophonist Alto Reed.        [Author: Detroit Free Press]
Tags: Religion, Bob Seger, Reed, Detroit Free Press


Bob Seger says his touring days are likely finished following Alto Reed's death

In a show marking the anniversary of "Live Bullet" and "Night Moves," Seger choked up as he recounted talking with Reed in the sax man's final days.        [Author: Detroit Free Press]
Tags: Religion, Bob Seger, Reed, Detroit Free Press, Seger, Alto Reed


Indianapolis police officer who shot Dreasjon Reed is suing the NFL

De'Joure Mercer, the Indianapolis police officer who shot and killed Dreasjon Reed, is suing the NFL more than a year after Reed's death.       [Author: Indianapolis Star]
Tags: News, NFL, Indianapolis, Indianapolis Star, Reed, Dreasjon Reed


Putin called a former US Marine imprisoned in Russia a 'drunk' who 'got himself s---faced' in an interview ahead of his first meeting with Biden

A composite image of former US Marine Trevor Reed and Russian President Vladimir Putin. DIMITAR DILKOFF/AFP via Getty Images/NBC News Trevor Reed is serving nine years in Russian prison for drunkenly assaulting Moscow police officers. Biden is reportedly expected to bring up Reed's case in his first meeting with Putin on Wednesday. In an NBC News interview this week, Putin called Reed "just a drunk" who "got himself s---faced." See more stories on Insider's business page. Russian P...
Tags: Politics, Putin, Vladimir Putin, White House, Russia, Nbc News, US, Trends, Joe Biden, Cnn, Washington Dc, News UK, Switzerland, Moscow, Biden, Donald Trump