Bianca Facchinei

Bianca Facchinei

Bianca Facchinei

Politics Reporter

Bianca is a national correspondent for Scripps News in the Washington bureau, where she covers the economy. She frequently reports on the biggest financial issues facing Americans including inflation, jobs, and wages. Bianca also serves as fill-in anchor for live and recorded programming. She joined Scripps News in April 2018.

Recent Work
People walk past the New York Stock Exchange.

Which way is the US economy going?

House under contract

Americans experiencing the least affordable housing market since 1984

Teacher with children at daycare

Report finds high child care costs driving parents from workforce

New graduates line up before the start of commencement

White House revising student loan forgiveness plan to help borrowers

Shelf of Halloween candy

Halloween is here, but trick-or-treat candies may cost you more

In Real Life: Crypto Crash

In Real Life: Crypto Crash

Patricia Moran watches as children play at her child care facility

Child care costs rising with more private equity firm investments

Woman working in a laboratory

The gender pay gap isn't budging

A pedestrian passes a Silicon Valley Bank branch in San Francisco

What led to the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and others?

The FDIC headquarters are shown.

Silicon Valley Bank collapse made businesses rethink banking habits

Now hiring sign.

Unemployment rate increases as Fed continues to fight inflation

Three girls sit on their phones.

CDC: Suicidal thoughts among teenage girls at highest rate in a decade

Workers stand near underbodies of cars.

Declining health in men could be hurting the manufacturing industry

Eggs for sale

President Biden's State of the Union highlights economic promises

Green Bay Packers fans walk into Lambeau Field

Section Yellow supporting sober fans at Green Bay Packers games

Treasury Sec. Janet Yellen

Congress, Treasury plan to address US hitting debt ceiling

A shopper carries bags down a street.

How do retailers handle so many returned purchases?

Sale sign displayed at clothing store.

US consumer inflation eased again to 6.5% in December

President Joe Biden, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are shown.

Migration was the main topic during US, Mexico, Canada summit

Southwest airplanes sit on a runway

Here's Why Southwest Is Canceling More Flights Than Other Airlines

A pregnant woman rubs her stomach

Hospital Childbirth Costs Soar Despite Transparency Rule

FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried leaves court.

FTX Founder Sam Bankman-Fried Released On Bail

The Twitter application is seen on a digital device.

Twitter Under Elon Musk: Violating Free Speech Or Preventing Doxxing?

Co-founder and CEO of Sandy Hook Promise Foundation Nicole Hockley shows photos of her son, Dylan

It's Been 10 Years Since The Sandy Hook Elementary Shooting

Robots in a hospital

How Is Automation Transforming The Economy?

Applicants line up at a job fair.

Why Is Quick Quitting Gaining Momentum?

Freight train cars sit in a Norfolk rail yard.

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

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.

Do Income Programs Work?