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 bfacchinei@newsy.com.

  Recent Work
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Long lines for gas in Beirut
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President Nixon declares the War on Drugs in 1971
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A hiring sign.
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President Joe Biden at church in Delaware
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JBS meatpacking plant in Greeley, Colorado
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Top U.S. Meat Producer Forced To Close Several Facilities

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Rose Ave Bakery
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The Bitcoin logo appears on a cryptocurrency ATM.
AP Photo / Charles Krupa, FileTech

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A hiring sign in Pennsylvania.
AP ImagesPolitics

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A worker restocks chicken in the meat product section at a grocery store in Dallas, Texas
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Bitcoin tokens
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Central Banks Understand Cryptocurrency — And They Want In

President Joe Biden
AP ImagesPolitics

Where Does the Economy Stand After Biden's First 100 Days?

President Trump signing a memorandum to protect Florida coastline from offshore drilling
AP ImagesSci/Health

Economic Benefits Unclear Under Trump Environmental Rollbacks

The IRS
AP ImagesBusiness

Taxing Times: Should I File For An Extension?

Bernie Madoff at a bail hearing
AP ImagesBusiness

Ponzi Schemer Bernie Madoff Dies In Prison At 82

The IRS
AP ImagesBusiness

Taxing Times: How Likely Am I To Be Audited?

Rep. James Clyburn
AP ImagesPolitics

Lawmaker Still Pushing 'Charleston Loophole' Bill Years After Shooting

A taxpayer going over paperwork
 Business

Taxing Times: Can I File My Taxes For Free?

A store displays a hiring sign
AP ImagesPolitics

'Marshall Plan for Moms' Aims To Aid Women In Pandemic

A 1040 individual tax return form
AP ImagesBusiness

Taxing Times: What Does The Filing Extension Mean For Taxpayers?

A W-4 form
AP ImagesBusiness

Taxing Times: How Are Taxes Different This Year?

A liquor store
AP ImagesSci/Health

Sober Support Groups Push Back On Pandemic Drinking Binge

The IRS building in Washington, DC
AP ImagesBusiness

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A swaddled newborn
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Taxing Times: Could New Parents Get Extra Stimulus?

President Biden signs COVID-19 relief bill
AP ImagesPolitics

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Socially-distanced diners in a California restaurant
AP ImagesBusiness

Taxing Times: Can Small Businesses Deduct Expenses Paid With PPP?

The Empower Circle studio in Durham
Nicole OxendineBusiness

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