Isbella Diaz

Isbella Diaz

Content Producer

Isbella Diaz is a segment producer for Newsy's evening content. Before joining the Newsy team, she was a TV & online producer for CGTN America. She also worked for the journalism nonprofit, the National Press Foundation, and Washington's leading news and talk radio station, WMAL. Isbella has a Master's in International Media, and a Bachelor's in Broadcast Journalism from American University in Washington, D.C. When she's not catching up with the news online via BBC, AP, or Reuters (and of course, Newsy!), she spends her time scoping out new coffee shops and trying different restaurants in the city.

Recent Work
Jane Fitzpatrick
NewsyScience and Health

A Pediatric Therapist Speaks On Trauma Of Abuse In Children

Reverend Denise Walden Glen
NewsyScience and Health

Focusing On Community, Faith And Mental Health After The Tops Shooting

Investigators search for evidence outside Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas
Jae C. Hong / APU.S.

Officials Delay The Firing Of Uvalde School Police Chief

A press conference on the PACT Act to benefit burn pit victims on Capitol Hill
Mariam Zuhaib APPolitics

Veterans Outraged By Republicans Blocking PACT Act Bill

An Afghan National Army pickup truck passes parked U.S. armored military vehicles, as smoke rises from a fire
Simon Klingert / APPolitics

Senate Republicans Have Voted Against The PACT Act

scenes of the Capitol riots and an image of Trump
AP IllustrationPolitics

Jan. 6 Committee Says Trump Had 'Seven-Part Plan' To Overturn Election

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, speaks during the Leadership Forum at the National Rifle Association
Michael Wyke / APPolitics

Gun Violence Advocates Start Nationwide Bus Tour Against NRA

Uvalde residents speak about a released video during a city council meeting
Eric Gay / APU.S.

Citizens And Officials React To The Leak Of Uvalde Shooting Video

President Joe Biden signs an executive order on abortion access during an event in the Roosevelt Room of the White House.
Evan Vucci / APPolitics

President Biden Issues Executive Order For Abortion Rights

The U.S. Supreme Court is seen before sunrise on Capitol Hill
Jose Luis Magana / APPolitics

Massive Hit In Public Approval For The Supreme Court

Main entrance of Lexus of Palm Beach
Alan Diaz / APBusiness

Consumers Are Paying More Than Ever For Cars

Gas Prices in Richmond Virginia
Steve Helber / APPolitics

President Biden Asks Congress To Suspend Gas Tax

Seresto Flea and Tick dog collar
GettyScience and Health

Seresto Dog Collar Under Fire For Alleged Cover-Up

Former President Donald Trump
Mandel Ngan / APPolitics

Jan. 6 Panel Reveals Testimony From Trump's Team About Voter Fraud

Gasoline prices are shown at a gas station in Salt Lake City
Rick Bowmer / APU.S.

National Gas Price Average Surges To Record $5 A Gallon

Joseph Avila, left, prays while holding flowers honoring the victims killed in Tuesday's shooting at Robb Elementary School
Jae C. Hong / APU.S.

A Timeline Of The Elementary School Shooting In Uvalde, Texas

A brown bear in a cage
APScience and Health

Mariupol Zoo Animals Caught In Crossfire Of War

A "For Rent" sign is posted on a building
Matt Rourke / APU.S.

Experts Are Concerned About Another Wave Of Evictions

Ukrainian soldiers walk on a destroyed bridge
Emilio Morenatti / APWorld

Some 5 Million Refugees Flee Ukraine In Less Than 2 Months

A Tyrannosaurus rex fossil
Mary Altaffer / APScience and Health

New Insight Into Tyrannosaurus Rex's Tiny Arms

Amazon Labor Union President Chris Smalls celebrates with union members
Eduardo Munoz Alvarez / APBusiness

Staten Island Amazon Workers Vote To Form Company's First Union

Mariya, a local resident, looks for personal items in the rubble of her house.
Vadim Ghirda / APWorld

Global Effort Underway To Document Russian War Crimes In Ukraine

Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson
Carolyn Kaster / APPolitics

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson's Confirmation Hearing Begins

Prices are shown at a gas station's pump in San Francisco
Jeff Chiu / APU.S.

More States Consider Suspending Gas Tax As Prices Rise

Shoppers wear masks while walking through an indoor market in New York
Seth Wenig / APPolitics

Inflation Hits 40-Year High Despite Wage Increases, Job Market Growth

Russian and Ukrainian officials engage in peace talks.
Sergei Kholodilin / APWorld

Peace Talks Stall As Russia Maintains List Of Demands

Motorists fill up vehicles at a gas station
David Zalubowski / APU.S.

Reliance On Russian Oil Imports Could Have Impact On U.S. Gas Prices

Fernando Llano / APPolitics

Avocado Import Ban Signals Mexican Cartel Activity

Gas prices advertised
Marcio Jose Sanchez / APBusiness

Experts Say Gas Prices Aren't Coming Down Anytime Soon

Still from body camera footage of Amir Locke
Minneapolis Police Department via APU.S.

Minnesota Police Release Footage Of Man Killed During No-Knock Warrant