About Lorna @lornabaldwin
Lorna Baldwin is the Deputy Senior Producer for PBS NewsHour's segment production unit.
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Nation Jun 26Drink up — New York City’s soda ban is dead
New York's highest court ruled Thursday not to reinstate a ban on big sodas.
Nation Jun 24Explorers close in on 17th-century Great Lakes shipwreck
Shipwreck hunter Steve Libert thinks he has found the remains of the Griffin…
Nation Jun 11America’s oldest working lighthouse turns 250
For 250 years the Sandy Hook lighthouse in New Jersey has guided sailors safely in and out of New York Harbor…
World Jun 0589-year-old D-Day veteran recreates parachute jump into France
A day before the anniversary of D-Day, 89-year-old Jock Hutton recreated the parachute jump he made into a field in Normandy 70 years ago.
World May 23Fire engulfs iconic Art Nouveau building and school in Scotland
Firefighters in Glasgow, Scotland today battled to save what they could of the Glasgow School of Art, one of Scotland’s most famous and treasured buildings. The main doors of the Glasgow School of Art. Photo by Flickr user Charlie…
Nation May 22Watch a wall of dense fog creep across Lake Michigan
Two fishermen on Lake Michigan caught more than a big fish yesterday. They caught on camera a massive fog bank making its way across the lake. Andrew Ballard and his father Spencer were out for a leisurely day of fishing near…
World May 07Adventurers arrive in the U.S. after 100-day journey across the Atlantic
A South African duo have become the first people to row from Africa to the U.S. across the Atlantic Ocean, all without a support team. Riaan Manser, a professional adventurer, and his partner Vasti Geldenhuys arrived in Miami, Florida, around…
Arts Apr 21100-foot-tall steel horses pay tribute to Scotland’s equine past
The massive horse heads tower over the landscape, glinting in the sun or glistening in the rain, depending on what the ever-changing Scottish skies have in store. Named "The Kelpies," the 100-foot tall, 300-ton structures officially opened to the public…
Health Apr 08How sweet it is: Honey guidelines and the future of bees
Honey sitting on American supermarket shelves might not be the real thing. On Tuesday the Food and Drug Administration took steps to ensure that if it's labeled "honey," it actually is.
World Apr 02Italian kitchen holds secret to decades-old art heist
For decades the kitchen of a retired Italian factory worker unwittingly held the secret to a 1970 art heist in London.