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

Recent Work
Applicants line up at a job fair.
Wayne Parry /APBusiness

Why Is Quick Quitting Gaining Momentum?

Freight train cars sit in a Norfolk rail yard.
Danny Karnik / APBusiness

More Than 400 Groups Urge Congress To Act To Prevent Rail Strike

Greg Nalley and Carlos Harris the founders of Nalley Fresh.

Bill Offers Incentives To Small Businesses Hiring Former Inmates

The scene of a mass shooting at a Walmart
Alex Brandon / APU.S.

Walmart Mass Shooting Could Affect Retailers And Consumer Confidence

A tip jar with one dollar and five dollar bills and a penny in New York.
Mark Lennihan / APLife

Do Income Programs Work?

Hiring sign is displayed in Northbrook, Ill.
Nam Y. Huh / APBusiness

Consumer Price Index Has The Smallest Rise Since January

A customer pumps gas.
Rogelio V. Solis / APBusiness

U.S. Consumer Inflation Eased To 7.7% Over Past 12 Months

A sale sign stands outside a home in Wyndmoor, Pa.,
Matt Rourke / APBusiness

Current Federal Reserve Interest Rate At Highest Level Since 2008

People shop at a grocery store.
Nam Y. Huh / APBusiness

U.S. Economy Returned To Growth Last Quarter, Expanding 2.6%

A "Help Wanted" sign displayed at a business.
Nam Y. Huh / APBusiness

Fewer Americans Filed For Jobless Benefits Last Week

Customers shop at a grocery store.
Liz Hafalia / San Francisco Chronicle via APBusiness

U.S. Inflation Intensifies As Consumer Prices Increased In September

People watch as the sun sets
Jeff Chiu / APLife

Social Security Cost-Of-Living Adjustment To Be Announced Thursday

Man working on a laptop at a coffee shop.
Ben Chrisman / APBusiness

'Zoom Towns' Offering Incentives To Attract Remote Workers

The Twitter logo on a screen of the New York Stock Exchange.
Seth Wenig / APBusiness

Report: Elon Musk Proposes Going Ahead With Deal To Buy Twitter

Students walking on a college campus

Government Announcing More Student Loan Forgiveness Details In October

A for sale sign is posted in front of a home
Rich Pedroncelli / APPolitics

Federal Reserve Attacks Inflation With Another Big Hike, Expects More

Donald Trump, right, sits with his children, from left, Eric Trump, Donald Trump Jr., and Ivanka Trump.
Evan Vucci / APPolitics

New York Attorney General Sues Donald Trump And His Company

Used cars on a car lot
Marta Lavandier / APBusiness

Car Buyers Left With Few Options As Difficult Auto Market Persists

Clean Is Mandatory Owner Andre Scott gives a customer a haircut

Nonprofit Trains Black Barbers To Be Mental Health Advocates

The New York Stock Exchange floor.
Richard Drew / APBusiness

Stocks Edge Higher On Wall Street After Painful Sell-Off

Hiring sign is displayed outside of a retail store in Vernon Hills
Nam Y. Huh / APBusiness

Why Are We Scared Of A Recession?

Kia Neros that are part of the Lyft ride-hailing fleet sit unused in a lot near Empower Field at Mile High in Denver.
David Zalubowski / APBusiness

How Are Gig Workers Faring In Today’s Economy?

A couple holding their newborn daughter and toddler son
Jacquelyn Martin / APPolitics

Washington, D.C., 'Baby Bonds' Program Aims To Close Wealth Gap

Now hiring sign
Bianca Facchinei / NewsyBusiness

New Data Shows How Americans Are Handling Inflation

Market data is displayed at the New York Stock Exchange.
Seth Wenig / APBusiness

Higher Interests Rates Are On The Horizon

Back-to-school supplies in a store
Bill Sikes / APU.S.

Social Media Influencers Helping Teachers Prepare For School Year

A combination of file photos show the signs of CVS, Walmart and Walgreens.
AP PhotoSci/Health

Walmart, Walgreens, CVS Ordered To Pay $650M To Rectify Opioid Abuse

A Peloton logo is seen on the company's stationary bicycle
Jeff Chiu / APBusiness

Why Are Layoffs On The Rise?

The Netflix logo
Jenny Kane / APLife

Keeping Track Of Subscriptions

A mechanic refills oil in a car.

Complaints, Scams Rising In The High-Priced Consumer Market