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.

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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

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Experts Warn Of Looming Housing Crisis As Eviction Courts Reopen

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Weekly Jobless Claims Come In Higher Than Projected

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Weekly Jobless Claims Fall Slightly, But Less Than Expected

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U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims Continue Slow Decline

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Experts Warn Of Harmful Effects On Eating Disorders During Quarantine

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'Misclassification Error' Leads To Inaccurate May Jobs Report

"Now Hiring" sign
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Economy Unexpectedly Adds 2.5 Million Jobs In May

Nearly 43 million Americans are out of work
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1.87 Million Americans File Jobless Claims Amid State Reopenings

Homeless camp
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The Moratorium On Evictions Ends Next Month. Is The U.S. Ready?

Demand at food banks has risen amid high unemployment
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Over 40 Million Americans Are Unemployed As COVID-19 Layoffs Continue

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Pandemic Could Curb Millennial Appetite For The City

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Another 2.4 Million Workers File For Jobless Claims

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Another 2.9 Million Americans File Jobless Claims As Layoffs Continue

Tesla CEO Elon Musk
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Tesla Plant Reopens In California Despite Lockdown Rules

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos
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House Subcommittee Planning On Jeff Bezos Testimony This Spring

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April Jobs Report Shows A Record 20.5 Million Out Of Work

A person applies for unemployment benefits
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Millennials Worry About Compounding Effects Of COVID-19

The Treasury Department
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Lawmakers Call On Treasury To Mint Trillion-Dollar Coins For Stimulus

A restaurant closes its doors in Seattle
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Black-Owned Businesses Face Greater Fallout From COVID-19

A flea market in Massachusetts
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Criminal Groups Offer Coronavirus Relief For Informal Economy Workers

The Nasdaq in New York City
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Recent Volatility Forces Americans To Revisit Retirement Savings

Man stands outside the New York State Department of Labor
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6.6 Million Americans Filed For Unemployment Last Week

McDonald's and Postmates bags
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Coronavirus Could Boost 'Sharing Economy' Services In The Long Term

Homes for sale
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Fed's Efforts Don't Do Much For Potential Millennial Buyers

Jobs for home health aides are expected to increase
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Low-Paying Jobs Undermining Labor Force Gains Made By Female Workers

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A Surge In Telecommuting Could Jeopardize Economic Growth

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Fraud In The Addiction Rehab Industry Could Put Millions At Risk

Newsy speaks with an out-of-state college student in New Hampshire about HB 1264
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Out-Of-State College Students Can Still Vote In New Hampshire Primary