Soledad O'Brien

Journalist Soledad O'Brien called the contributor "a complete moron" on Twitter for her comments.
The former CNN host criticized the network in response to a viral Twitter thread on Sunday.
She will host American Graduate Day Saturday and discuss the power of mentorship.
“I’ve seen on-air, white supremacists being interviewed because they are Trump delegates.”
On June 3rd, 2016 I took a road trip to the White House with 38 seventh-graders from Newark, NJ, and it's a day that I'll never forget.
NEW YORK, N.Y. — The Latino population in the United States has grown by nearly 20 million people since 2000, so it is time
The celeb-filled event wasn't as wild as the Studio 54 parties Rodgers, 63, and his band Chic sang about on their 1978 disco song, "Le Freak," but the Grammy-winning music producer is proud that this year's gala to benefit the We Are Family Foundation brought Bono and Carter together for the first time.
Will we ever see the day when it's not unusual to see men of color as a part of high society without thinking they were part of some affirmative action program? Time will tell and God-willing we will see the day.
Seasonal transitions are exciting. We look forward to NYC's wonderful autumnal events and happenings while saying a fond farewell to summer.
"Journalists should strive to use words that describe accurately what's happening," she said. "Journalists should think about
Why do you do the work that you do? The 48-year-old broadcast journalist started her career in 1987 as an associate producer
When personal development coach Nova Browning Rutherford meets someone new, she knows the first thing they are going to say
Unplug chaos. Plug in calm. Give it a shot. Right now. Exhale... Do it. You'll want more -- Who is Karen Gomez? A Holistic
I turned to the pros who mastered the fine art of juggling it all, only to find that "work-life balance" may require rethinking. Read on to learn six top ways women CEOs are changing the definition of work-life balance.
The trouble with journalists appearing as themselves in entertainment is that the public already has difficulty discerning fact from fiction in the news. When real reporters allow themselves to be part of fiction, it costs them their credibility.
Soledad O'Brien is teaming up with National Geographic for her newest special. The former CNN host will anchor and co-executive