Tabitha Soren Captures the Other Side of Baseball in New Book
During her eight years on the MTV News Desk in the '90s, Tabitha Soren brought journalistic gravitas to a network that focused on celebrity and drama. She covered Bill Clinton's presidential campaigns, and interviewed stars like Mariah Carey and TuPac. These days, she's behind a camera. She's a fine arts photographer. Her muse? Baseball. The Oakland A's.
Meet Ellen Ochoa, the First Latina in Space
Ellen Ochoa was the first Latina to travel to space, aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery's 1993 mission. She was inducted into the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame this month. Ochoa, who grew up near San Diego, spoke with KPBS's Marissa Cabrera about her passion for space exploration.
'When You're Undocumented and Asian, You're Invisible'
On the show, we've met young immigrants known as 'dreamers,' people brought to the U.S. as children who have relief from deportation, at least for now. Many of them are born in Latin America. We rarely hear about dreamers from Asian countries. They face unique challenges. Stefanie De Leon Tzic brings us this profile as part of our series "At Risk in the Trump Era." It's a collaboration with student reporters at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.
W. Kamau Bell: 'Everything Gets Better When it Gets Awkward'
We sit down with Bay Area comedian and TV host W. Kamau Bell, who tells us about some of his toughest interviews: from talking with a hooded Klansman about white supremacy, to asking his nearly 80 year old mother about her sex life.