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
Health Feb 20Same-sex marriage laws linked to fewer youth suicide attempts, new study says
The researchers found that suicide attempts by high school students decreased by 7 percent in states after they passed laws to legalize same-sex marriage.
Nation Feb 18Norma McCorvey, plaintiff in Roe v. Wade, dies at 69
Norma McCorvey, who under the pseudonym “Jane Roe” served as the plaintiff in the Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion, died Saturday at 69.
Nation Feb 18Balancing privacy and community with design in cohousing
Architect Laura Fitch describes cohousing communities as "privacy within your home, and community at your doorstep."…
Nation Jan 29Eight states censor LGBTQ topics in school. Now, a lawsuit is challenging that
A federal lawsuit maintains that limiting how much teachers can talk about LGBTQ issues, often referred to as "no promo homo" laws, contributes to the harassment of students.
Nation Jan 29Trump immigration order leaves U.S. colleges scrambling for answers
President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration has left colleges and universities racing to figure out how their students and employees will be affected.
Health Jan 22Trans patients, looking for fertility options, turn to cancer research
There are an estimated 1.4 million trans Americans, and physicians told the PBS NewsHour Weekend that demand is increasing for health care specific to them. Many doctors are confronting the issue of fertility among trans communities.
World Jan 21This group joined the Women’s March from Antarctica
The Women’s March has reached Antarctica -- specifically, a ship of about 100 travelers on an expedition to the continent.
Politics Jan 17Obama commutes Chelsea Manning sentence. She will be freed in May
Amid President Barack Obama’s last-minute batch of pardons and commutations was Chelsea Manning, who was serving a 35-year sentence for leaking classified government records to WikiLeaks.
Nation Jan 07California inmate receives state-funded sex-reassignment surgery
An inmate in California has become the first person in the U.S. to receive state-funded sex reassignment surgery while incarcerated.
Arts Jan 07‘We, as a people, still exist’ — artist illuminates Native American history with family photos
The Gabrielino-Tongva Tribe is one of hundreds of Native American tribes that remain unrecognized by the federal government.