Meet the Team

Stephanie Liebergen

Content Producer

Stephanie Liebergen joined Newsy in February 2016. She focuses on news of the day, writing about everything from breaking news to politics to puppies. She also works on Newsy's weekly in-depth analysis show, "What The Fact." She has a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and before joining Newsy, she worked as a TV news producer in Kansas City and Sacramento. If you have a story pitch, fact-check idea or wine recommendation, you can find her on Twitter.

  Recent Work
Woman wearing a mask leaving a store
David Zalubowski / APSci/Health

Did States That Opened Early See A Spike In COVID-19 Cases?

Police investigate a crime scene
Reed Saxon / APU.S.

Has The Coronavirus Pandemic Impacted Gun Violence In America?

 Politics

Newsy's Latest Politics Roundup

Two guests eat at Montana restaurant.
KXLFBusiness

Restaurants Are Trying To Adapt To Social Distancing Rules

Supreme Court building
NewsyPolitics

Supreme Court To Rule On Whether Trump's Financial Records Are Private

Open sign at hair salon.
NewsyPolitics

Questions Surround The SBA's Rules For PPP Loan Forgiveness

Man counts dollar bills
VideoblocksU.S.

Coronavirus Cash Crisis: What's The Biggest Money Mistake People Make?

Money graphic
VideoblocksU.S.

Coronavirus Cash Crisis: Should I Alter My Retirement Accounts?

Man looks at bills.
VideoblocksU.S.

Coronavirus Cash Crisis: How Do I Decide Which Debt To Pay First?

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NewsyBusiness

Web-Based Companies Fill PPP Loan Gaps Left By Big Banks

Woman signs document
VideoblocksU.S.

Coronavirus Cash Crisis: Should I Refinance My Personal Loans?

Man and woman sign documents
VideoblocksU.S.

Coronavirus Cash Crisis: Should I Refinance My Mortgage?

Unemployment application
ScrippsPolitics

Some Floridians Are Waiting Over A Month For Unemployment Benefits

Couple looks at bills.
VideoblocksU.S.

Coronavirus Cash Crisis: Should I Keep Paying Down My Debt?

Man types credit card info into computer.
VideoblocksU.S.

Coronavirus Cash Crisis: Should I Worry About My Credit Score?

Students walk on college campus.
NewsyU.S.

Coronavirus Cash Crisis: Should I Keep Paying My Student Loans?

Man signs paperwork
VideoblocksU.S.

Coronavirus Cash Crisis: Should I Take Out A Personal Loan?

The Grubsteak restaurant in Estes Park, Colorado
NewsyBusiness

Restaurant Owner Says Uncertainty Surrounds Talk Of Reopening

New $1 bills.
Jacquelyn Martin / APU.S.

Coronavirus Cash Crisis: Should I Tap Into My Retirement Fund?

Credit cards and cash.
Jenny Kane / APU.S.

Coronavirus Cash Crisis: What Should I Ask My Credit Card Companies?

Man outside job center.
Rogelio V. Solis / APU.S.

Coronavirus Cash Crisis: Apply For Unemployment Or Get A Temp Job?

Man watches Netflix
VideoblocksU.S.

Coronavirus Cash Crisis: Should I Cancel My Subscription Services?

Woman calculates budget.
VideoblocksU.S.

Coronavirus Cash Crisis: How Should I Set My Pandemic Budget?

People wearing masks and carrying shopping bags
NewsyU.S.

Coronavirus Cash Crisis: Which Bills Should I Pay First?

Barack Obama and Joe Biden laughing
Susan Walsh / APPolitics

Barack Obama Formally Puts His Support Behind Joe Biden

Jill Biden and Joe Biden
Matt Rourke / APPolitics

Biden Closer To Democratic Nomination With Wisconsin Primary Win

Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders
Evan Vucci / APPolitics

Sanders Officially Endorses Joe Biden For President

Health care workers outside a hospital
Andrew Selsky / APSci/Health

All 50 States Are Under A Major Disaster Declaration For COVID-19

People line up for unemployment applications
WFTSPolitics

Despite Changes, Florida's Unemployment System Is Still Overwhelmed

Small Business Administrator Jovita Carranza
Evan Vucci / APPolitics

SBA Head Expects To Run Out Of Small Business Loan Money