Carla Herreria, HuffPost

Carla Herreria

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Past:
  • Mother Jones
  • HuffPost India
  • HuffPost SouthAfrica
  • HuffPost Australia
  • Grist
  • Le HuffPost

Recent articles by Carla:

You Can Still Enroll In Obamacare

It's an uncertain time for the millions of people who rely on the Affordable Care Act, but there is still time to enroll for 2019. → Read More

Brooklyn Woman Arrested After Videos Of Racist Attack On Train Emerge

Anna Lushchinskaya was charged with felony assault after video shows her striking a woman with an umbrella and calling her a racial slur. → Read More

CBS Reached Secret $9.5 Million Settlement With Eliza Dushku Over Harassment Claim: NYT

The actress believed she was written off the show "Bull" because she complained about harassment from actor Michael Weatherly. → Read More

102-Year-Old May Be World's Oldest Skydiver After Jumping For Charity

Irene O'Shea took the sky-high leap to raise money for the Motor Neurone Disease Association of South Australia. → Read More

Judge Orders Release Of NY Mom Whose Baby Was Ripped From Arms By Police

Brooklyn Judge Craig Walker described Jazmine Headley's arrest as "horrific" and ordered her to be released. → Read More

Cyntoia Brown, Sex-Trafficking Victim, Must Serve 51 Years Before Release, Court Says

Brown, who was allegedly forced into prostitution, is serving a life prison sentence for killing a man she thought was going to shoot her. → Read More

Here Are The Most Interesting Parts Of The Latest Mueller Filings

Three court filings, from the special counsel and New York prosecutors, reveal new details in the investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 elect... → Read More

NYT: CBS Paid $5 Million In Settlement Over ‘60 Minutes’ Creator’s Alleged Sexual Assault

In the 1990s, a woman reportedly accused Don Hewitt, who died in 2009, of multiple assaults. Her case came to light amid the investigation of Les Moonves. → Read More

Boston Globe: Elizabeth Warren Should Reconsider 2020 Presidential Run

The senator from Massachusetts emerged as one of the most vocal progressives in 2018. But the Globe warns she could be "too divisive" to take on Trump. → Read More

Republican Rep. David Valadao Concedes To Democrat TJ Cox In California House Race

Democrats now have a net gain of 40 U.S. House seats. → Read More

Andy Samberg And Sandra Oh To Host The 2019 Golden Globes

The "Killing Eve" and "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" stars are reuniting on the awards show stage. This time, it's for the Golden Globes. → Read More

First Native Woman Democrat In N.D. Statehouse Takes Oath In Traditional Dress

“It’s part of my identity and who I am,” Ruth Buffalo, one of North Dakota's newest state representatives, said. → Read More

Kevin Hart Will Host The Oscars In 2019

The comedian has cemented his legendary status as host of the 91st Academy Awards. → Read More

President George H.W. Bush Remembered: He Taught Us To Be ‘Kinder, Gentler’

Bush's family, friends and political leaders mourned the loss of the 41st president of the United States. → Read More

Kid Rock Out As Grand Marshall Of Nashville's Christmas Parade Over Joy Behar Slur

Kid Rock is being replaced with Waffle House shooting hero James Shaw Jr. after the country rapper used an expletive to refer to Joy Behar. → Read More

Entertainment Weekly's Entertainers Of The Year Are A Celebration Of Diversity

From the casts of "Crazy Rich Asians" and "Black Panther" to Cardi B, diversity was the real winner this year. → Read More

Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg Ordered Staff To Gather Information On Soros, NYT Reports

The Facebook executive is caught in the controversy over the social media giant's response to the liberal billionaire's criticisms. → Read More

Dominique Crenn Becomes First Woman In The United States To Earn 3 Michelin Stars

The stars, awarded to Atelier Crenn in San Francisco, mark a milestone for female chefs in America. → Read More

Les Moonves Attempted To Keep An Assault Accuser Quiet, NYT Reveals

The former CBS chairman reportedly had offered to get work for actress Bobbie Phillips to prevent her from coming forward with her sexual assault accusat... → Read More

Philadelphia Eagles Bailed 9 People From Jail Using Social Justice Funds

The NFL team's players raised money that was matched by the Eagles Social Justice Fund over Thanksgiving. → Read More