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Briana Koeneman

Digital Content Producer

Briana Koeneman is a digital content producer for the daily news team. She joined Newsy in 2013 after graduating from the University of Missouri with a bachelor's degree in journalism. Briana strives to provide Newsy's audience with straightforward, fact-driven stories each and every day.

  Recent Work
Pedestrians collect fresh produce and shelf-stable pantry items outside Barclays Center.
John Minchillo / APSci/Health

New York To Conduct Its Own Review Of Any Coronavirus Vaccines

Eric Trump
AP / Robert F. BukatyPolitics

Judge Says Eric Trump Must Testify In NY Probe Before Election Day

Police body camera footage
KNXV / Tempe Police DepartmentU.S.

Tempe, AZ, Faces Lawsuit From Black Man Held At Gunpoint By Officer

A Russian medical worker prepares a shot of Russia's experimental Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine.
AP / Alexander Zemlianichenko Jr.Sci/Health

Putin Offers Russia's Vaccine To United Nations Staffers For Free

Activists from the COVID Memorial Project mark the deaths of 200,000 lives lost in the U.S. to COVID-19.
AP / J. Scott ApplewhiteSci/Health

As Coronavirus Deaths Hits 200,000, Fauci Renews Call To Wear Masks

Former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden.
AP / Armando FrancaPolitics

Edward Snowden Agrees To Pay U.S. Government More Than $5 Million

The spherical coronavirus particles from the first U.S. case of COVID-19.
AP / CDCSci/Health

CDC Removes Guidance Update On Coronavirus Transmission

New York State Attorney General Letitia James
AP / Kathy WillensU.S.

NY Attorney General Announces New Policy On Police Body Camera Footage

University of Miami Miller School of Medicine nurse Loreta Padron prepares to test a volunteer for COVID-19.
AP / Taimy AlvarezSci/Health

COVID-19 Testing Rules Reportedly Issued Against Scientists' Wishes

Arrows mark a one way walking system at UCL (University College London) in London.
AP / Kirsty WigglesworthWorld

Europe Tightens Coronavirus Restrictions As Cases Spike

A senior clinical research nurse prepares the COVID-19 vaccine to administer to a volunteer.
Kirsty Wigglesworth / APSci/Health

BioNTech, Pfizer Say Their Coronavirus Vaccine Is Close To Approval

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro gives a press conference.
Matias Delacroix / APWorld

U.N. Accuses Venezuelan Officials Of Crimes Against Humanity

A senior clinical research nurse prepares the COVID-19 vaccine to administer to a volunteer.
Kirsty Wigglesworth / APSci/Health

U.S. Unveils Plan To Provide Free Coronavirus Vaccines

Jason Ravnsborg speaks in Sioux Falls, S.D.
AP / Dirk LammersU.S.

SD Officials Promise 'Thorough' Probe Into Attorney General Crash

Waters from the Gulf of Mexico pour onto a local road.
Gerald Herbrt / APU.S.

Gulf Coast Braces For Hurricane Sally's Impact

A staff member holds up a sample of a potential COVID-19 vaccine.
AP / Zhang YuweiSci/Health

China May Soon Release Coronavirus Vaccines To The Public

Lana Marks
U.S. Embassy South AfricaWorld

Iran Reportedly Plotting To Assassinate U.S. Ambassador

Anew vaccine is on display at the Nikolai Gamaleya National Center of Epidemiology and Microbiology in Moscow, Russia
Russian Direct Investment Fund / Alexander Zemlianichenko Jr / APSci/Health

Medical Journal Says Russia's Potential Vaccine Shows Promise

A protester holds a sign during the Good Trouble Tuesday march for Breonna Taylor.
Amy Harris / APU.S.

Report: Most Summer Protests Against Racial Injustice Were Peaceful

Former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden addresses attendees at the Web Summit technology conference.
AP / Armando FrancaU.S.

Court Rules NSA Mass Surveillance Program Was Illegal

A man stands in front of a mural listing the names of businesses destroyed during the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.
AP / Sue OgrockiU.S.

Attorneys File New Lawsuit Over 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre

Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards speaks about the state's recovery from Hurricane Laura.
AP / Melinda DeslatteU.S.

Louisiana Governor Worried About COVID-19 Spike During Laura Recovery

A ground mural depicting a portrait of Breonna Taylor.
AP / Julio CortezU.S.

Kentucky AG To Meet With FBI On Breonna Taylor Ballistics Report

Afghan Security personnel inspect the site of truck suicide bombing.
APWorld

Taliban Reportedly Violated Peace Deal With U.S.

Police attempt to push back protesters outside the Kenosha County Courthouse.
AP / David GoldmanU.S.

Kenosha Police Chief, County Sheriff Face Calls To Resign

A man uses Microsoft's transcription application.
MicrosoftTech

Microsoft Word Now Has A Transcription Feature

A barber shop shows closed and hiring sign during the COVID-19 pandemic.
AP / Nam Y. HuhPolitics

Another 1 Million Americans Filed For Unemployment

President Hassan Rouhani welcomes Director General of International Atomic Energy Agency Rafael Mariano Grossi.
AP / Office of the Iranian PresidencyWorld

Iran Agrees To Allow Access To Suspected Nuclear Sites

Medical personnel administer COVID-19 testing.
AP /Sci/Health

CDC Now Says People Without COVID-19 Symptoms Don't Need Testing

Food and Drug Administration commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn speaks during a media briefing.
AP / Alex BrandonSci/Health

FDA Chief Admits To Overstating Plasma Treatment Benefits