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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N95 masks
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Taxing Times: Can I Deduct COVID-Related Expenses?

Keith Gill speaks during the hearing
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Keith Gill Defends GameStop Posts During Hearing

A GameStop store in New York City
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GameStop Hearing Expected To Probe Market Manipulation

A remote worker

Taxing Times: Can I Deduct Work From Home Expenses?

An empty restaurant
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Restaurant Industry Still Struggling As COVID-19 Cases Fall

The Bitcoin logo
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Bitcoin Surges Following $1.5 Billion Tesla Investment

An unemployment benefits application dropbox
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Taxing Times: Will Unemployment Benefits Be Taxed?

Traders on the NYSE floor
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What's Next For Wall Street After GameStop?

A stimulus check issued by the IRS.
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Taxing Times: Will My Stimulus Be Taxed?

A Lyft vehicle.
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Lyft Drivers Criticize Company's 'Priority Mode' Feature

The Pfizer vaccine
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Anti-Abortion Community Grapples With COVID-19 Vaccines Amid Pandemic

President-elect Joe Biden
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Biden's Stimulus Plan Faces Congress Busy With Second Impeachment

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio
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New York Joins Growing List Of Organizations Cutting Ties With Trump

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In Testimony On Opioid Crisis, CEO Says Purdue Pharma 'Fell Short'

A restaurant closed for indoor dining in New York City.
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Weekly Jobless Claims Jump To 885,000

Sleep Train Arena was turned into an emergency field hospital to provide enough beds for COVID-19 patients.
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Pandemic Upending Traditions Around Grief After Loss

Cars wait in line for food as millions of Americans struggle with unemployment.
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Weekly Jobless Claims Surge Alongside New COVID-19 Cases

People wait in line in Miami to receive a $250 grocery gift card, funded by the CARES Act.
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Millions Of Americans Face Financial Crisis As CARES Act Dries Up

A worker holds an unemployment application at job center in Mississippi.
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Jobs Report Shows Hiring Slowdown As COVID-19 Cases Rise

A man walks by a hiring sign.
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Weekly Jobless Claims Inch Lower To 712,000

People wait in line at an unemployment office in Utah.
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Lawmakers Pitch COVID-19 Relief Bill Weeks Before Aid Expires

The Egg Donor & Surrogacy Institute in California.
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Fertility Industry Growth Expected Despite COVID-19 Headwinds

Store mannequins on display in Chicago.
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Rising COVID-19 Cases Loom Over Positive Holiday Sales Projection

A closed sign hangs in a New York City gift shop.
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Jobless Claims Jump As COVID-19 Cases Rise

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?