About Lorna @lornabaldwin
Lorna Baldwin is the Deputy Senior Producer for PBS NewsHour's segment production unit.
Lorna’s Recent Stories
Nation Jul 23The story about drinking while pregnant that got our newsroom talking
Many children with FASD go through multiple misdiagnoses and many don’t ever get diagnosed.
Politics Jun 08Bill Clinton says America should be rooting for Trump’s success on North Korea
“I think we should be rooting for” President Trump to succeed with Korean negotiations, former President Bill Clinton tells Judy Woodruff. In the second part of our interview with Clinton and author James Patterson, they discuss the prospects of the…
Politics Jun 07Bill Clinton: Monica Lewinsky ‘paid quite a price’ for relationship
In the first of a two-part interview, former President Clinton says said he was afraid that Monica Lewinsky would be frozen in the public memory for their relationship: "I didn't want that for her." He sits down with James Patterson,…
Politics Apr 18Remembering Barbara Bush, political dynasty matriarch
We look back at the life of former first lady Barbara Bush. Son and former President George W. Bush describes his family saying goodbye in a conversation with Amy Holmes and Michael Gerson, then Judy Woodruff gets remembrances from Susan…
Nation Apr 17Former first lady Barbara Bush dies at 92
Barbara Bush, a former first lady and linchpin of one of American's leading political families, has died in Houston, Texas. A statement from the family did not immediately identify a cause of death.
Nation Mar 08WATCH: 3 women recount years of harassment in the forest service
Firefighters Darla Bush, Jonel Wagoner and Darlene Hall filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in 2014, claiming sexual harassment of and retaliation against women in the Forest Service in California.
Nation Mar 02U.S. Forest Service chief under investigation after complaints of sexual misconduct
The U.S. Forest Service has confirmed that parent agency USDA has “engaged an independent investigator” to look into complaints against Chief Tony Tooke. News of this investigation comes as the Forest Service deals with allegations of a broader culture of…
Nation Mar 01Rape, harassment and retaliation in the U.S. Forest Service: Women firefighters tell their stories
Women in the U.S. Forest Service aren't just fighting fires; some are fighting sexual misconduct in the most remote parts of the country. In an exclusive PBS NewsHour investigation, 34 women in 13 states told their stories of rape, harassment,…
Science Jan 17Reporter’s Notebook: Waiting in the dark for sea turtles to nest
To find a sea turtle as she lay her nest, we had a few rules to follow.
Poetry Sep 29Mapping Seattle, poem by poem
Seattle's "Poetic Grid" captures the rapidly changing city by asking people to write about locations that have meaning to them.