Kristen Saloomey

Kristen Saloomey

Kristen Saloomey is a New York-based correspondent for Al Jazeera who has been honoured by the United Nations Foundation for her investigative work on the source of Haiti’s cholera epidemic. Her stories take her from the US court system to the countryside, from the streets of New York to the eye of the storm.

Arts & Culture

Art and architecture marry in downtown New York

New York's financial district houses some of the city's most famous structures.

Art and architecture marry in downtown New York

US & Canada

Bioethicists warn of first FDA approved digital pill

A first of its kind digital pill unveiled in the United States is designed to let your doctor know when you forget to take your medication.

Bioethicists warn of first FDA approved digital pill

US & Canada

US: Judge halts Berkshire museum's sale of Rockwell art

A judge has halted the controversial sale of two paintings by the American artist, Norman Rockwell.

US: Judge halts Berkshire museum's sale of Rockwell art

US & Canada

New York City launches new arts culture plan

New York is known as the culture capital of the United States with its world class museums and Broadway shows.

New York City launches new arts culture plan

Environment

Pennsylvanians vow to fight gas pipeline project

Residents of central Pennsylvania are vowing to continue the fight against a new natural gas pipeline despite setbacks in court.

Pennsylvanians vow to fight gas pipeline project

United States

Trump demands death penalty for New York City attacker

US President Donald Trump has called for the death penalty for Uzbek national Sayfullo Saipov.

Trump demands death penalty for New York City attacker

US & Canada

Will the Harvey Weinstein scandal change workplace conduct?

Rose McGowan is one of more than 30 women who have accused producer Harvey Weinstein of rape or sexual harassment. But there are still questions on whether this will effect change in the workplace.

Will the Harvey Weinstein scandal change workplace conduct?

Business & Economy

US stock indexes hit record highs – but will it last?

Experts suspect the stock markets' success will not last long.

US stock indexes hit record highs – but will it last?

US & Canada

Ai Weiwei opens migration-inspired exhibition in New York

The city of New York serves as the canvas for Chinese artist Ai Weiwei's latest work, called 'Good Fences Make Good Neighbours'.

Ai Weiwei opens migration-inspired exhibition in New York

US & Canada

Las Vegas memorial: Mourners pay tribute to 58 shooting victims

People in Las Vegas are mourning the victims of last week's mass shooting.

Las Vegas memorial: Mourners pay tribute to 58 shooting victims

US & Canada

US gun tourism grows despite uproar after Las Vegas shooting

Despite the uproar after the shooting, gun tourism culture continues to thrive in Las Vegas.

US gun tourism grows despite uproar after Las Vegas shooting

United States

Rare JFK's family items being sold at New York auction

To mark 100 years since the former US President JFK was born, several items that belonged to his family are being auctioned off.

Rare JFK's family items being sold at New York auction