Meet the Team

Katherine Biek

Digital Content Producer

Katherine Biek is a content producer for the daily news team. She grew up in Minnesota among the glitz and glamour of the child pageant and competitive dance worlds before eventually hanging up her pointe shoes to attend the University of Missouri, where she graduated with a bachelor's degree in journalism in 2013. Since joining Newsy, Katherine's honed her skills at covering stories across a wide variety of news topics, including U.S. politics, international relations and even the entertainment industry.

  Recent Work
U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter
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U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter To Resign From Congress After Holidays

London Fire Brigade Commissioner Dany Cotton
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London's Fire Chief Resigns Amid Grenfell Tower Fire Criticism

Pigs on a farm
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China To Waive Tariffs On Some U.S. Pork, Soybean Purchases

Attorney General William Barr
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Barr Slammed For Linking Police Protection With Respect For Officers

A Huawei sign
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Huawei Sues FCC Over New Restrictions

A guard checks vehicles entering the Nimitz Gate entrance of Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam
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U.S. Sailor Kills 2 Civilians And Himself At Pearl Harbor Base

Former Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson
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Former Chicago Police Superintendent Says He Didn't Lie To The Mayor

Uighurs in China
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House Votes To Sanction Chinese Officials For Uighur Abuse

President Donald Trump
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Banks Ordered To Hand Over Trump Financial Records To Congress

Igor Fruman and Lev Parnas
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Giuliani Associates 'Likely' To Face More Charges

Former President Jimmy Carter
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Jimmy Carter Is Back In The Hospital For An Infection

A woman fills out her election ballot
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Judges Rule In Favor Of New North Carolina Congressional Map

A child in Samoa receives the measles vaccine
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Samoa To Shut Down Government To Help With Measles Outbreak

Multiple Chinese flags
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China Retaliates Against U.S. For Support Of Hong Kong Protests

The City Hall of Villa Union is damaged with bullet holes
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At Least 20 People Killed In Weekend Shootings In Northern Mexico

A damaged building from an earthquake in Albania Nov. 26, 2019
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Rescue Operations Underway Following Deadly Earthquake In Albania

A dog in a kennel
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President Trump Signs Bill Making Animal Cruelty A Federal Crime

A California firefighter battles the Cave Fire in Santa Barbara County
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Cave Fire Prompts Mandatory Evacuations In Southern California

Part of the Green Vault in Dresden, Germany
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Thieves Steal 'Priceless' Diamond Jewelry From German Museum

Lev Parnas talks to reporters
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A Rudy Giuliani Associate Gave Tapes To House Intelligence Panel

People line up at a polling station to vote in the Hong Kong District Council elections on November 24, 2019
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Pro-Democracy Lawmakers Score Big In Hong Kong Election

A stock image of salad
 U.S.

More Than 75,000 Pounds Of Salad Recalled Over E. Coli Concerns

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
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Netanyahu Vows To Stay In Office Despite Bribery And Fraud Charges

Migrants near the U.S.-Mexico border
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U.S. Now Sending Some Asylum-Seekers To Guatemala

President Donald Trump
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China Urges Trump To Veto Hong Kong Legislation

U.S. troops in South Korea
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Pentagon Denies Report About Possible Troop Cuts In South Korea

EU Ambassador Gordon Sondland
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Energy Department Pushes Back On Sondland Testimony

Protesters at Hong Kong Polytechnic University
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Few Dozen Protesters Remain At Hong Kong Polytechnic University

The U.S. Capitol dome
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U.S. Senate Passes Bill Supporting Hong Kong Protests

Pacific Gas & Electric Co. employees working on power lines
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PG&E Turning Off The Lights On 150,000 California Customers