Iranian-Americans Worry About What Lies Ahead
Tensions between the U.S. and Iran appear to be calming, at least for now, but Iranian immigrants in San Diego are concerned about what lies ahead.
Reporter: Matt Hoffman, KPBS
Explaining Iran While Carrying 40 Years of Baggage
When Iran makes international headlines, Iranian-Americans are asked about what they think, what they know, and what might come next. Persis Karim is an Iranian-American writer and professor at San Francisco StateUniversity. She and Lily Jamali talked about facing their complicated identities.
Guest: Persis Karim, Director Of Iranian Diaspora Studies at San Francisco State University
California To Create Generic Drug Label
Governor Gavin Newsom says California is going to create its own generic drug label. This is the governor's latest move to combat high prescription drug prices. This is one of several reforms the governor plans to lay out in his upcoming budget.
Reporter: April Dembosky, KQED
Governor Newsom Wants 1.4 Billion To Tackle Homelessness
Governor Newsom has proposed spending 1.4 billion dollars To tackle the state's homeless crisis. Some of the money would pay for rent subsidies and expand mental health services for the homeless.
Reporter: Erika Aguilar, KQED
Will Megxit Bring The Royal Family To Los Angeles?
Prince Harry and Megan Markle dropped a bombshell yesterday when they announced their intentions to break away from the royal family. They want to become financially independent and split their time between Britain and North America. What does this mean for the future of the royal family, and will they choose to settle in Markle's hometown of Los Angeles?
Guest: Carly Severn, Co-Host, The Cooler Podcast