Meet the Team

Tori Partridge

Producer/Editor

Tori Partridge is a producer and editor who likes nothing better than digging up archival footage and the perfect visual. A graduate of the University of Missouri, Tori has helped train the students who come through the doors much like she did many years ago. She reserves her on-camera appearances for arguing about "Die Hard" and showing off her vast desk toy collection.

  Recent Work
Protests in Khartoum, Sudan
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Sudan Military Officers Arrested In Connection With Protester Deaths

Allbirds in various colors
AllbirdsU.S.

How Business Casual Became The Norm And Re-dressed The Workforce

General Motors building
Getty ImagesPolitics

GM Invests In Flint But Stays Quiet On Youngstown

Office workers
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Open Salary Models Hold Risks and Benefits

The eight 2019 Scripps National Spelling Bee champions on stage
 U.S.

Life After The Bee: Ex-Spellers Turn Their Skills Into A Business

NewsyPolitics

Some Sex Offenders Could Now Be Chemically Castrated In Alabama

John Urschel writes on a chalkboard
Penguin Random HouseSports

Former NFL Player Explains Why He Traded The Field For The Classroom

Newsy's Alex Miller with activist and author Shannon Watts
NewsyPolitics

'Moms Demand Action' Founder On Big Business And The Gun Lobby

Sen. Marco Rubio sits down with Newsy's Alex Miller
NewsyPolitics

Rubio: It Would Be A Mistake For Huawei To Be Part Of China Trade Deal

Women testify before a House committee about abortion
NewsyPolitics

Women Testify Before House Committee About Abortion Issues

Woman cutting hedges
Getty ImagesU.S.

Starting A Hobby Supercharges Brain Cells

A Scripps Spelling Bee competitor looks up his favorite word in the dictionary
Newsy / Matt AnzurU.S.

What We Look Up In The Dictionary Says A Lot About Us

Pro-choice protestors gather outside the U.S. Supreme Court.
NewsyPolitics

Overturning Precedent Is Not A Partisan Issue

Workers on a line
Getty ImagesU.S.

'Passions' Are Cultivated Not Discovered

James Dover on stage at the Scripps National Spelling Bee
Newsy / Matt AnzurU.S.

This Student With Hearing Loss Is Beating The Odds At The Scripps Bee

1985 Spelling Bee champion Balu Natarajan reads the dictionary with his sons
Newsy / Madeline CarlU.S.

Why South Asian Americans Dominate The Scripps National Spelling Bee

Beach seen through a window
Getty imagesU.S.

The Forever Worker: Companies Can't Get Americans To Take Vacations

Senator Warner introduced a new bill that would require campaigns to disclose contacts with foreign agents.
NewsyPolitics

Senator Looks To Require Reporting of Contact with Foreign Agents

German couple in plain clothes
Getty ImagesU.S.

Classifying 'Middle Class' Is Messy Business

President Donald Trump speaks at a podium
Getty ImagesPolitics

Discussions On Infrastructure Fall Apart Over House Investigations

Rep. Jerry Nadler speaks with Rep. Doug Collins
NewsyU.S.

Political Theater Escalates As McGahn Skips House Judiciary Hearing

An Iranian missile
Getty ImagesWorld

Democrats And Republicans Split On How To Respond To Iran Intel

Graphic of Norman Bates from "Psycho"
Newsy/Nathan BrinerU.S.

What Attracts Us To Some Villains More Than Others?

The House Judiciary Committee
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Some House Dems Are Inching Toward Impeachment

Alabama State House
NewsyPolitics

Abortion Bill In Alabama Would Probably Face Legal Challenges

House with "Available" sign
Getty ImagesU.S.

Small Towns See A 'Brain Gain' As People Grow Tired Of Cities

Man in Apple Store
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Supreme Court Decision On Apple Adds To Mounting Tech Criticism

Loading dock
Getty ImagesWorld

New Tariffs Pose Issue For American Business Owners

Dogs in a group
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There's A Reason 'Pet Parents' Are So Common Now

A woman speaks at a microphone
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Very Vocal: The 'Perfect Pitch' Predicts Elections, Sexual Attraction