Triana Kalmanoff is an intern at PBS NewsHour Weekend.
Triana has previously done work in radio production and has written for her school magazine.
Originally from Berkeley, CA, Triana is a student at Barnard College of Columbia University, where she is majoring in Sociology.
Triana’s Recent Stories
World Apr 26Photos: Massive earthquake strikes Nepal
One day after the 7.8 magnitude earthquake ravaged Nepal on Saturday, a series of aftershocks have continued to shake the region, one of which measured 6.6 on the Richter scale.
Nation Apr 25Here’s how you can see and delete your entire Google search history
Google now allows you to download an archived list of everything you have ever searched for.
World Apr 18Last month was the hottest March since record keeping began
Last month the average global temperature was the highest recorded for March since record keeping began in 1880, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said Friday.
Nation Mar 29JetBlue pilot who had midair meltdown sues airline for more than $14M
Former JetBlue Airways Corp pilot, whose mid-flight meltdown forced an emergency landing of a plane he was co-piloting, sued the airline for more than $14 million on Friday, claiming the airline permitted him to fly despite signs of mental health…
World Mar 08Liberian government closes crematorium in sign of Ebola progress
The Liberian government has closed and dismantled a crematorium in Monrovia in a move that represents significant progress in the country’s fight against the disease.
Health Mar 08FDA approves first biosimilar drug for distribution in the U.S.
The Food and Drug Administration has approved the first biosimilar drug for distribution in the United States, the agency announced on Friday.
Nation Mar 01Last month was one of the coldest ever recorded in some U.S. cities
This past February was one of the coldest months ever recorded in a number of cities across the United States. Cities in the Northeast and Midwest in particular were hit with record-breaking cold temperatures.
Nation Mar 01Hyundai recalls 200k cars due to power steering defects
Hyundai is recalling nearly 205,000 Elantra cars in the United States due to a potential defect in the vehicles' power steering systems, according to a report released late Saturday on the National Highway Safety Administration's website.
Nation Feb 15FAA releases long-awaited proposed commercial drone rules
The Federal Aviation Administration released a list of long-awaited proposed rules governing the usage of small commercial drones on Sunday.