About Corinne @cesegal
Corinne is the Senior Multimedia Web Editor for NewsHour Weekend. She serves on the advisory board for VIDA: Women in Literary Arts.
Corinne’s Recent Stories
Nation Jul 08Ten states sue administration over transgender bathroom guidance
Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson announced on Friday that ten additional states will sue the federal government over its directive on transgender students' bathroom use.
Arts Jul 03This vivid installation splashes color across a long-abandoned military base
Tucked among the sand dunes of New York City's outermost barrier reef, an installation by Berlin-based artist Katharina Grosse dominates the landscape.
World Jul 02Elie Wiesel, Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize winner, dies at 87
Eli Wiesel's writing illuminated the horrors of the Holocaust and explored questions of Jewish identity in the years that followed.
Arts Jul 02This traveling clown troupe brings moments of joy to Syrian refugees
Clown Me In is a Beirut-based clowning group that performs for young Syrian refugees.
Nation Jun 30Adnan Syed of ‘Serial’ will receive a new trial
Adnan Syed, who was found guilty of murdering his high school girlfriend Hae Min Lee in 1999, will receive a new trial, his legal team announced on Thursday.
World Jun 30Boris Johnson will not run for UK prime minister
Boris Johnson, who was expected to be a leading candidate for prime minister of the United Kingdom following the contentious Brexit vote announced Thursday that he will not seek the office.
Nation Jun 29Twitter Chat: How do constitutions address sexual orientation and gender identity?
At 1 p.m. EDT on Thursday, June 30, PBS NewsHour will host a Twitter chat to discuss LGBT constitutional rights in countries around the world.
Arts Jun 25Bill Cunningham, whose photographs epitomized street style, dies at 87
Bill Cunningham, a photographer with The New York Times who was beloved for capturing iconic street style in his fashion photographs, died Saturday at 87.
Arts Jun 18When there’s an active shooter, can lighting save lives?
As the world mourns the victims in Orlando, lighting designers who work in clubs and theaters are asking if their tools could help keep people safe from active shooters.
Arts Jun 12‘Hamilton’ cuts guns from Tony performance
The performance and awards ceremony is set to happen less than a day after the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.