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LA City Council weighs legislation to combat perinatal depression

Four Los Angeles City Council members on Tuesday, May 4, introduced a legislation package aimed at helping pregnant women and new mothers who are struggling with depression and other mental health issues. The package introduced by Council President Nury Martinez, Councilman Paul Koretz and Councilwomen Nithya Raman and Monica Rodriguez includes two resolutions and a motion in an effort to raise awareness, destigmatize and support women who suffer from perinatal depression and other mental health...
Tags: Health, News, Education, Sport, Soccer, Community, City Council, Council, Terry, Sierra, Assembly, Martinez, Joanna, Rodriguez, Raman, Reseda


SCOTUS argument in Terry suggests low-level crack defendant unlikely to secure resentencing based on FSA retroactivity

On Tuesday morning, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in Terry v. United States, and the full oral argument is available here via C-SPAN.  The full argument runs nearly 90 minutes and the quality of the advocacy makes it worth the full listen.  But one can get a much quicker flavor of the tenor of the discussion from just a scan of the headlines of these press accounts of the argument: From the AP, "Supreme Court skeptical of low-level crack offender’s case" From Bloomberg Law, "Biden Switch...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, US, United States, Terry, Trump, Douglas A Berman, Reuters U S Supreme Court, Terry Terry, AP Supreme Court, Tarahrick Terry, Bloomberg Law Biden, From USA Today Supreme Court, From the Washington Post Supreme Court


Have the Ducks found their top line for the future?

No question, this has been a season of loss for the Ducks, who clinched last place in the West Division with a 3-1 defeat Monday to the St. Louis Blues, but it’s also been a season of discovery for the rebuilding franchise. Some finds have been more significant than others. Sure, teaming left wing Max Comtois with rookie center Trevor Zegras and right wing Troy Terry seems like a no-brainer now, after four productive games together. Coach Dallas Eakins could have gone in another direction, placi...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Kings, AHL, NHL, St Louis, Terry, Ducks, Anaheim-ducks, Ryan Miller, Ryan Getzlaf, Anze Kopitar, St Louis Blues, San Diego Gulls, Ryan O'Reilly


Terry v. US, the final SCOTUS argument of Term, provides yet another reminder of the persistent trauma and drama created by the 100-1 crack ratio

It was 35 years ago, amid intense media coverage of a "crack epidemic" and the overdose death of basketball star Len Bias, when Congress passed the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1986 with the 100-to-1 powder/crack cocaine quantity ratio defining severe mandatory minimum sentencing terms.  As the US Sentencing Commission explained in this 1995 report, Congress "dispensed with much of the typical deliberative legislative process, including committee hearings," when enacting this law, and "the abbreviated...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Congress, US, United States, Kardashian, Biden, Terry, U S Supreme Court, Christian Science Monitor, Len Bias, Douglas A Berman, US Sentencing Commission, Ekow Yankah, Henry Gass, Tarahrick Terry


In final case the court will hear this term, profound issues of race, incarceration and the war on drugs

Academics naturally believe that even obscure cases in their field are underappreciated; each minor tax or bankruptcy case quietly frames profound issues of justice. But, doubtful readers, rest assured that Terry v. United States – which the Supreme Court will hear on Tuesday in the final argument of its 2020-21 term – packs so many swirling issues of great importance into an absurdly little case, it can hardly be believed. The national debate on historical racism in our criminal punishment sys...
Tags: Florida, Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, White House, Barack Obama, United States, Aclu, Kardashian, Biden, Donald Trump, Terry, Justice Department, Jared, Trump


Remembering Bob Herman, an advocate for DTLA, transit

Riding Metrolink is a known specialty of mine after multiple columns over the years about trips I’ve taken and destinations I’ve visited. In pre-COVID times, readers who introduced themselves tended to ask where I’d gone recently, or share that they had taken their first ride because of me, or sheepishly say that they hadn’t yet but might one day. I owe a lot of my love for public transit and downtown Los Angeles to Robert Herman, who died April 9 at age 92. The retired Pomona College sociology ...
Tags: Facebook, Angels, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, New York Times, Paris, Arizona, Bob, Local News, Terry, Abbott, Pomona, San Bernardino, Pershing Square, Claremont


’22 vs. Earth’ Director Kevin Nolting Shares the Challenges of Making a ‘Soul’ Prequel [Interview]

What happened before Soul? Before Joe Gardner ended up in the Great Before? Even before Joe (Jamie Foxx) and 22 (Tina Fey) crossed paths, 22 had been around the block a couple times, unable to find her “spark” that would give her a pass to Earth. And by “around the block a few times,” we mean several millennia old — which makes 22 the perfect subject for a Pixar short film that allows longtime Pixar editor Kevin Nolting to make his directorial debut. After working on the edit for Soul, Nolting ...
Tags: Movies, Interviews, Disney, Earth, Features, Animation, Tina Fey, Pixar, Terry, Joe, Pete Docter, Nolting, Short Films, Disney/Pixar, Josh Cooley, KaOS


Ducks’ Troy Terry making strides in late-season push

ANAHEIM — Right wing Troy Terry took halting steps to begin the 2020-21 season. He was in and out of the Ducks’ lineup. His role was limited when he did play. He wasn’t getting ice time because his play didn’t warrant ice time. It took nine games before he recorded his first goal or assist. That was then, this is now. “He’s turning into one of the drivers on our team,” Ducks coach Dallas Eakins said. Terry’s statistics are modest, to be sure. He had seven goals and nine assists while logging an ...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, NHL, Terry, Ducks, Anaheim-ducks, Anaheim, Ontario Hockey League, Jakob Silfverberg, Eakins, Dallas Eakins, Haydn Fleury, Troy Terry, Jamie Drysdale, Ducks For Ducks


Child homicides by caregivers down in LA County, but remain serious problem, report shows

District Attorney George Gascón paid solemn homage Friday to three young children allegedly killed by their mother earlier this month in Reseda even as he unveiled a new report showing a 73% decrease in child homicides by caretakers in Los Angeles County over three decades. “There is no greater tragedy than the death of a child, especially when that death comes at the hands of a caregiver ” Gascón said during a news conference to release the sweeping study prepared by the the Inter-Agency Counci...
Tags: Crime, News, Sport, Soccer, Courts, West Coast, Local News, Terry, Sierra, Los Angeles County, Joanna, LA County, DCFS, Harbor UCLA Medical Center, Reseda, George Gascon


McDonald's will sell a BTS Meal inspired by the iconic boy band in nearly 50 countries

Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images McDonald's and BTS are partnering on a new meal. McDonald's has had massive success with celebrity collaborations, like the Travis Scott Meal. The BTS Meal will be available in nearly 50 countries. See more stories on Insider's business page. McDonald's is partnering with the famous Korean boy band BTS on a new signature order promotion this spring.Beginning May 26, US McDonald's customers can order a BTS Meal, made up of the band's favor...
Tags: South Korea, Texas, US, Trends, Terry, Coke, Forbes, Travis Scott, Scott, McDonald, Flatley, US McDonald, Mary Meisenzahl, Dia Dipasupil Getty Images McDonald, McDonald s US Morgan Flatley


McDonald's says it will sell a BTS meal inspired by the iconic boy band in 50 countries

Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images McDonald's and BTS are partnering on a new meal. McDonald's has had massive success with celebrity collaborations, such as the Travis Scott meal. The BTS meal will be available in 50 countries, McDonald's said. See more stories on Insider's business page. McDonald's is partnering with the famous Korean boy band BTS on a new signature order promotion this spring.Beginning May 26, McDonald's customers in the US can order a BTS meal: a 10-pi...
Tags: South Korea, Texas, US, Trends, Terry, Coke, Forbes, Travis Scott, Scott, McDonald, Flatley, Morgan Flatley, Mary Meisenzahl, Dia Dipasupil Getty Images McDonald


Inside the rise of police department real-time crime centers

At a conference in New Orleans in 2007, Jon Greiner, then the chief of police in Ogden, Utah, heard a presentation by the New York City Police Department about a sophisticated new data hub called a “real time crime center.” Reams of information rendered in red and green splotches, dotted lines, and tiny yellow icons appeared as overlays on an interactive map of New York City: Murders. Shootings. Road closures. You could see the routes of planes landing at LaGuardia and the schedules of container...
Tags: Google, Utah, Jay Leno, Supreme Court, Minneapolis, Washington, New York City, Cowboys, Walmart, Surveillance, West, Innovation, Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans, Fox News, US Treasury


STARZ Orders Courteney Cox-Led Horror Comedy Shining Vale to Series

STARZ orders Courteney Cox-led horror comedy Shining Vale to series STARZ has greenlit an eight-episode series order for Shining Vale, a new horror comedy starring Golden Globe nominee Courteney Cox (Friends), Academy Award nominee and Emmy winner Greg Kinnear (The Stand) and Oscar winner Mira Sorvino (Hollywood). RELATED: HBO’s The Last of Us Adds Gabriel Luna as Tommy Miller “Shining Vale is a smart, chilling and funny series that tells the story of a family in turmoil who is suddenly li...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Netflix, Starz, Terry, Sharon Horgan, Rosemary, Pat, Greg Kinnear, Cox, Golden Globe, Kinnear, Gaynor, Lionsgate Television, Courteney Cox, Dearbhla Walsh


Report: Woman admits to drowning her 3 young children in Reseda

The woman suspected in the deaths of her three young children in Reseda admitted to the killings, telling a reporter in a filmed TV news interview from a Kern County jail that she drowned them. Liliana Carrillo, 30, is being held at the Kern County jail after authorities in Tulare County arrested her for an alleged carjacking she committed as she fled north from Los Angeles on Saturday April 3. That morning, the children were found dead by their grandmother at their Reseda apartment. “I drowned ...
Tags: News, Nbc, Porterville, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Ford, Homicide, Terry, Sierra, Ponderosa, Denton, Bakersfield, Kern County, Los Angeles County, Joanna


Woman accused of killing 3 children in Reseda appears in Kern County courtroom on carjacking charges

The woman suspected of killing her three children in Reseda over the weekend appeared in a Bakersfield courtroom on Wednesday, not on charges related to the deaths but over an alleged carjacking law enforcement officials said she committed as she fled north from Los Angeles. Liliana Carrillo, in a blue jail jumpsuit and wearing a surgical mask, appeared briefly alongside other defendants in Kern County Superior Court just after 3 p.m., according to the county District Attorney’s Office. In the s...
Tags: News, Theft, Office, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Ford, Homicide, Pasadena, Lapd, Terry, Sierra, Ponderosa, Denton, Bakersfield, Kern County


The “great chief” and the “super chief”: A final showdown in Supreme Court March Madness

Forget Ali vs. Frazier, Celtics vs. Lakers, or Evert vs. Navratilova. It’s time for Marshall vs. Warren. After three rounds of the first-ever SCOTUS bracketology tournament, only two justices remain. Both held the title of chief justice. Both reshaped American law and society. Both are legal titans who defeated a string of worthy contenders to reach the championship. But only one can be chosen by SCOTUSblog readers as the greatest justice in the court’s history. To see how we got here, you ca...
Tags: Featured, Maryland, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, Virginia, New York Times, Connecticut, Arizona, Warren, Ohio, Miranda, Harry Truman, Terry, Madison, Baker


Woman suspected of killing 3 children to be arraigned on carjacking charges

A woman suspected of killing her three children in Reseda will be arraigned Wednesday, April 14, in Kern County Superior Court on felony carjacking and auto theft charges connected to an alleged escape attempt following the homicides. Liliana Carrillo, 30, was transferred Monday night from the Tulare County Jail to the Kern County Jail, where she is being held on $2 million bail. As of Tuesday, Carrillo still had not been charged by the Los County District Attorney’s Office with killing her chil...
Tags: Facebook, Crime, News, Porterville, Sport, Soccer, Ford, Courts, Homicide, Pasadena, Terry, Sierra, Ponderosa, Erik, Denton, Bakersfield


Mom suspected of killing 3 children may have suffered from paranoia, delusions, partner alleges

A woman suspected of killing her three children inside a small Reseda apartment on Saturday suffered from paranoid delusions, self-medicated with marijuana and believed she alone was responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic, her domestic partner said in court records obtained by the Southern California News Group. Erik Denton, who could not be reached for comment, filed an emergency request March 4 in Tulare County Court seeking custody of his three children — Joanna, 3, Terry, 2, and Sierra, nearl...
Tags: Crime, News, Mexico, Porterville, Sport, Fbi, Soccer, Courts, Homicide, Pasadena, Terry, Sierra, Ponderosa, Denton, Bakersfield, Los Angeles County


Mom suspected of killing 3 children suffered from paranoia, delusions, partner alleges

A woman suspected of killing her three children inside a small Reseda apartment on Saturday suffered from paranoid delusions, self-medicated with marijuana and believed she alone was responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic, her domestic partner said in court records obtained by the Southern California News Group. Erik Denton, who could not be reached for comment, filed an emergency request March 4 in Tulare County Court seeking custody of his three children — Joanna, 3, Terry, 2, and Sierra, nearl...
Tags: Crime, News, Mexico, Porterville, Sport, Fbi, Soccer, Courts, Homicide, Pasadena, Terry, Sierra, Ponderosa, Denton, Bakersfield, Los Angeles County


Mental health evaluation of mother was requested before 3 Reseda children were stabbed to death, records show

A woman taken into custody after her three young children were stabbed to death at a Reseda apartment was involved in a custody dispute with the father, who requested her mental health be evaluated, court records show. The three children were discovered by their grandmother on Saturday morning, Los Angeles police said, and the mother, 30-year-old Liliana Carrillo, was apprehended hours later in Tulare County. Court records from March identify the children as Joanna, 3, Terry, 2, and Sierra, near...
Tags: News, Stabbing, Porterville, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Diana, ANN, Terry, Sierra, Miller, Northridge, Denton, Los Angeles County, Joanna, Los Angeles Police Department


‘It’s unfathomable’: questions loom after stabbing deaths of 3 children in Reseda

An investigation was ongoing Sunday into a mother who was taken into custody after her three young children were stabbed to death at a Reseda apartment a day earlier. The three children – ages 3, 2 and 6 months old – were found by their grandmother on Saturday morning, Los Angeles police said, and the mother, 30-year-old Liliana Carrillo, was apprehended hours later in Tulare County. Teri Miller, cousin of the children’s father, told Fox11 that Carrillo was “very sick and she was not herself” in...
Tags: News, Stabbing, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, ANN, Terry, Miller, Northridge, Joanna, Los Angeles Police Department, Chavez, KTLA, Reseda, Carrillo, Tulare County


Fourth Circuit Appeals Court Takes Aim At Police Officers' 'Training And Expertise' Assertions (techdirt)

It doesn't happen often, but it's always good to see a federal court push back against claims of "training and expertise." This phrase is often used to excuse rights violations and horrendous judgment calls -- somehow asserting that the more cops know, the less they should be held directly responsible for their acts. The case being handled by the Fourth Circuit Appeals Court deals with some drug warriors and their willingness to work backward from their assumptions to something they sincerely ...
Tags: News, Ohio, Terry, Appeals Court, Murphy, Moore, Appellant, Tim Cushing, Douglas Moore, Fourth Circuit Appeals Court, Fourth Circuit Appeals Court Takes Aim At Police


‘The Sons of Sam: A Descent Into Darkness’ Trailer: What If Son of Sam Didn’t Act Alone?

Officially, the “Son of Sam” is David Berkowitz, a serial killer who prowled New York in the summer of 1976, and who is currently serving six consecutive life sentences. But what if Berkowitz didn’t act alone? Years after confessing to his crimes, Berkowitz later amended his confession to claim he was part of a Satanic cult. Of course, Berkowitz isn’t the most reliable of people, so there’s always a chance he’s lying. But what if there’s more to the story than meets the eye? The new Netflix tru...
Tags: Documentary, Netflix, TV Trailer, Sons of Sam: A Descent Into Darkness


29 thoughtful cookbook gifts for any occasion

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Amazon; Gilbert Espinoza/Insider To me, there's no better gift to give or receive than a great cookbook. A cookbook with beautiful photos, thoughtful narratives, and foolproof recipes can feed the imagination, transport your giftee to another city or country, and inspire them to get creative in the kitchen. There are cookbooks out there to suit every type of cook, whether novice or expert, and feed a...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Amazon, Kitchen, Cooking, Gift Guide, London, Instagram, France, White House, China, New York City, Jerusalem, America, Trends, Turkey


‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Writer Max Borenstein on How He Writes Monster Fights, the Status of His Space Mountain Movie, and More [Interview]

Legendary’s MonsterVerse has featured multiple directors and a myriad of creatures since its launch in 2014, but one person has been along for the ride on every movie in the franchise: Max Borenstein, whose most recent credit is as a writer on this month’s titanic culmination, Godzilla vs. Kong. We spoke with Borenstein about his involvement with the franchise on each movie, how he writes big monster fight sequences (“It’s not, ‘They fight on the water. Fill in the blanks.'”), how Legendary dif...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Interviews, Sci-fi, Disney, Features, Sequels, Jordan, Godzilla, Terry, Skull Island, Legendary Pictures, John C Reilly, Mike, Gareth, Kong


‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Director Adam Wingard on That Neon Action Scene, Bringing Out Emotion in the Monsters, and More [Interview]

While beating each other to a pulp, Godzilla and King Kong – two titans who find themselves at odds with each other in the new Legendary/Warner Bros. MonsterVerse movie Godzilla vs. Kong – roar directly in each other’s faces. It’s a moment that makes director Adam Wingard (You’re Next, The Guest, Blair Witch) “ teary-eyed,” though he acknowledges it’s an odd moment in the film to get emotional. Still, “every time I watch it, I’m like, ‘This is what it’s all about,'” he told us in a recent inter...
Tags: Hong Kong, Hollywood, Movies, Interviews, Sci-fi, Features, Sequels, Warner Bros, Godzilla, Terry, Peter Jackson, Legendary Pictures, Mary, Travolta, Kong, Gareth Edwards


ChargerHelp raises $2.75M to keep EV chargers working

The coming wave of electric vehicles will require more than thousands of charging stations. In addition to being installed, they also need to work — and today, that isn’t happening. If a station doesn’t send out an error or a driver doesn’t report it network providers might never know there’s even a problem. Kameale C. Terry, who co-founded ChargerHelp!, an on-demand repair app for electric vehicle charging stations, has seen these issues firsthand. One customer assumed that poor usage rates at ...
Tags: TC, Transportation, Electric Vehicle, New York, Texas, California, Washington, Oregon, Los Angeles, Tech, Ceo, Automotive, Electric Vehicles, Driver, Green Vehicles, EVs


Too Faced Teddy Bare Bare It All Eye Shadow Palette 15% Off + Free Shipping

The Too Faced Teddy Bare Bare It All Eye Shadow Palette is available now at macys.com and you can snag it during the VIP sale for 15% Off with code VIP and free shipping! Enjoy! Where to buy Macy’s You may also enjoy... Superman Wears Jean Paul Gaultier and So Does Wonder WomanMaybelline Gilded in Gold Collection for Holiday 2013New from Tarte CosmeticsFurther Markdowns on Lipstick Queen, By Terry, and More Prices Low as $7 The post Too Faced Teddy Bare Bare It All Eye Shadow Palett...
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Ducks coach Dallas Eakins seeks patience during rebuild

The Ducks’ rebuilding process, or transition as they like to call it, has been long and painful and it’s not likely to end soon enough for anyone involved. The Ducks were last in the West Division and second-to-last in the NHL’s overall standings going into Friday’s game against the St. Louis Blues. What’s more, improvement has been incremental, at best, frequently clouded by a steady stream of defeats. Flashes of success have been just that, flashes, through the first 34 games of the pandemic-d...
Tags: Minnesota, Sports, Sport, Soccer, NHL, Terry, Ducks, Anaheim-ducks, Minnesota Wild, Bob Murray, Eakins, Adam Henrique, Murph, Lightning Ducks, Dallas Eakins, Troy Terry


‘Solar Opposites’ Season 2 Review: The Gnarly Sci-Fi Antics Get Crazier and a Bit Repetitive, but No Less Hilarious

Solar Opposites debuted on Hulu last May when the coronavirus pandemic had forced millions to quarantine to stay safe. Who could have predicted that what would happen in the real world over the next year would be more insane than the wild sci-fi antics of four aliens who are waiting to terraform the planet and claim it for themselves? Thankfully, the second season of Solar Opposites is arriving this weekend, and it brings back all the deranged hilarity that we loved the first time around, but i...
Tags: Animation, Comedy, Hulu, Television, TV Reviews, Solar Opposites