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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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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
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An AB5 rally in California
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A U.S. Post Office branch in Seattle
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The Treasury Department
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Business shut down due to COVID-19
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Weekly Unemployment Claims Report Shows First Increase In Four Months

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Job seekers wait in line at the Heartland Workforce Solutions office in Nebraska
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An IRS office in Seattle
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Tax Day Extension Deadline Looms As Millions Remain Unemployed

A man fills out an application at a job fair
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1.3 Million Americans File Jobless Claims

A man walks by a hiring sign
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June Jobs Report Exceeds Economists' Expectations

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COVID-19 Could Trigger Further Drop In Already Falling U.S. Birth Rate

Protesters rally for eviction protection during COVID-19
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Experts Warn Of Looming Housing Crisis As Eviction Courts Reopen

A man walks past a store that went out of business
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Weekly Jobless Claims Come In Higher Than Projected

People stand in line for unemployment assistance
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Weekly Jobless Claims Fall Slightly, But Less Than Expected

People waiting in an unemployment line
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U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims Continue Slow Decline

Experts say COVID-19 food scarcity can lead to food-related anxiety
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Economy Unexpectedly Adds 2.5 Million Jobs In May