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
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam
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Investigation Says It's Unclear If Northam Posed In Racist Photo

A Qualcomm office in California
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Judge Sides With FTC In Antitrust Case Against Qualcomm

Migrants move through Mexico toward the U.S.
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DHS Says It's Sent 6,000 Asylum-Seekers To Mexico

Flash flooding in Oklahoma
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Severe Weather Brings More Tornadoes, Heavy Rain To Central US

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver
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Celebrity Chef Jamie Oliver's UK Restaurant Group Goes Into Bankruptcy

A TSA badge on an employee's uniform
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Lawmakers Want Information On Plan To Send TSA Agents To The Border

Police officers stand guard outside the Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand
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New Zealand Shooting Suspect Charged With Terrorism

President Donald Trump
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US Grants Huawei 90-Day License Before Ban Takes Effect

A Ford logo on a vehicle
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Ford Is Laying Off 10 Percent Of Its Total Salaried Workforce

A Boeing 737 MAX plane
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Boeing Says It Fixed Flaws In Its 737 MAX Simulator Software

A branch of Deutsche Bank
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Deutsche Bank Reportedly Dismissed Concerns About Trump Transactions

A Ford auto manufacturing plant
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Trump Delays Decision On Tariffs For Imported Vehicles And Auto Parts

Coils of steel in a warehouse
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Trump Administration To Reduce Tariffs On Steel From Turkey

A Boeing 737 MAX airplane
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Boeing Says It's Completed Its 737 MAX Software Update

President Donald Trump
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Trump Files His Annual Financial Disclosure Report

A TSA agent walks through an airport.
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TSA Confirms It's Sending Agents To The Southern Border

The exterior of the Chabad of Poway synagogue
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Synagogue Shooting Suspect Pleads Not Guilty To Federal Hate Crimes

The Vatican
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Clergy Abuse Victims Sue The Vatican For Names Of Reported Abusers

Montana Gov. Steve Bullock
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Montana's Democratic Governor Enters 2020 Presidential Race

Attorney General William Barr
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Barr Reportedly Selects US Attorney To Review Origins Of Russia Probe

Doris Day on the set of her TV show "The Doris Day Show"
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Hollywood Legend Doris Day Dies At Age 97

President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping
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Trump Will Likely Meet Chinese Counterpart During G-20 Summit

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern
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New Zealand's Prime Minister To Ask For Help Ending Extremism Online

The Hollywood sign in Los Angeles, California
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Hollywood Is Taking A Stand Against Georgia's New Abortion Law

A shipping container is loaded onto a cargo ship
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US Boosts Tariffs On $200B Of Chinese Goods

A person holds a handgun in a store
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Florida Gov. Signs Bill Allowing Teachers To Carry Guns On Campus

A border agent takes migrants into custody after they crossed the southern border
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More Than 100,000 Migrants Tried To Cross Southern Border In April

Psilocybin mushrooms
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Denver Votes To Become First City To Decriminalize 'Magic Mushrooms'

A H&R Block office
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H&R Block, Intuit Accused Of Defrauding Low-Income Taxpayers

Migrants seeking asylum in the U.S. at a port-of-entry
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Appeals Court Says US Can Keep Sending Some Asylum-seekers To Mexico