Bianca Facchinei - Newsy

Bianca Facchinei

Politics Reporter

Bianca Facchinei is a politics reporter who focuses on the U.S. economy and everything millennial. During her time at Newsy, she's provided live coverage of Hurricane Florence, protests against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, the 2018 midterm elections and more. She's also hosted several one-on-one interviews, including one with Chelsea Manning, who spoke about her run for U.S. Senate a year after she was released from prison. Before she became a journalist, Bianca received her Bachelor of Arts in English from St. Joseph's University. She would love to hear any story ideas you have! Send them her way at

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A TSA employee checks passengers at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
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TSA Expects Millions More To Travel Thanksgiving Week

A man wearing a mask while walking under a Now Hiring sign at a CVS Pharmacy in San Francisco in May 2020.
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742,000 Jobless Claims Filed Last Week

A woman reads a sign displayed at the Illinois Department of Employment Security.
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Job Market Recovery Stalls Amid COVID Surge

Travelers at Los Angeles International Airport
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Holiday Travel Expected To Fall At Least 10% Amid COVID Resurgence

Restaurants and other small businesses could be hit hard by the new surge in COVID-19.
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Weekly Claims Inch Lower As Rising COVID-19 Cases Loom Over Recovery

WeWork employees at Nasdaq opening bell ceremony
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Will Entrepreneurs Find Lasting Success In COVID-Inspired Innovation?

A man looks into a job center in California.
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US Economy Adds 638,000 Jobs In October

A hiring sign at a grocery store in Washington.
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Weekly Jobless Claims Fall To 751,000

The trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange
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Market Volatility Expected Amid 2020 Election

A man walks by a store closing sign.
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U.S. GDP Soars 7.4% After Second Quarter Plunge

Early voters line up to cast their ballots in North Carolina.
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Businesses Are Incentivizing Employees, Consumers To Vote

A closed sign hangs on a restaurant in Dallas.
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Jobless Claims Rise To 898,000 Following Weeks Of Layoffs

A man walks by an empty restaurant.
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840,000 Americans File Weekly Claims As Recovery Stalls

President Trump walks from Marine One to the White House.
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President Trump's COVID Diagnosis Brings More Economic Uncertainty

An American Airlines employee walks through Miami International Airport.
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COVID-19 Layoffs Rise As Weekly Jobless Claims Hold Steady

Joe Biden and President Trump
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Economic Plans Of President Trump, Biden Differ In Details

President Trump listens to a question during a press conference on Sunday.
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President Trump Hits Back Against New York Times Tax Return Report

A closed sign hangs in a barber shop.
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Weekly Jobless Claims Jump As Powell, Mnuchin Ask Congress For Relief

An empty storefront in New York.
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Minority-Owned Stock Exchange Wants To Help Small Businesses

An "Open For Business" sign in Utah.
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Weekly Jobless Claims Remain Elevated at 860,000

A postal worker in Pennsylvania.
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Experts Warn Of Looming Health Crises Amid Mail Delivery Delay

A hiring sign at a grocery store in Illinois.
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884,000 Workers File Weekly Jobless Claims

A help wanted sign at Target.
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Economy Adds 1.4 Million Jobs In August

A customer walks past a hiring sign in Texas.
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Weekly Jobless Claims Come In Lower Than Expected At 881,000

The New York City skyline
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Remote Work May Not Fuel Moving Boom

Betsy Sweeny, 27, purchased this 3,400 square foot home for $18,500.
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Remote Work Fueling Millennial Interest In Cheap Old Houses

A man looks inside a job center in California.

Weekly Jobless Claims Are Back Above 1 Million Mark

Former Vice President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump
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Where Do Trump And Biden Stand On The Economy?

People wait to talk to representatives from the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission
Sue Ogrocki / APBusiness

Less Than 1 Million Americans Filed For Unemployment Last Week

An AB5 rally in California
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Uber CEO Warns Service Could Halt In California Until November