Kellan Howell, Newsy

Kellan Howell


Washington, DC, United States

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Past articles by Kellan:

5 States Celebrate Victory To Protect Abortion Rights

In Michigan, Vermont, Kentucky and California abortion rights voters prevailed. → Read More

Biden, Trump Rally Voters In Pennsylvania

Trump and other Republicans have already begun to cast doubt on the results of the state’s election ahead of a potential victory for John Fetterman. → Read More

How Steve Bannon Helped Shape Conservative Politics In America

Trump's top political adviser's time in the White House was short-lived. But his political influence endured. → Read More

U.S. Warns Russia Of 'Catastrophic Consequences' Over Nuclear Weapons

National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan insisted Sunday that Moscow's threats are just the latest indication that Russia is struggling in its war. → Read More

The U.S. Marks The 21st Anniversary Of The 9/11 Terror Attacks

The ceremonies also come one month after a U.S. drone strike killed Ayman al-Zawahri, a key Al-Qaeda leader who helped plan the attacks. → Read More

Why Is There Such An Interest In Interest Rates?

When you borrow money, you generally have to pay back the original amount you borrowed, plus a certain percentage of what you borrowed. → Read More

Former COVID Response Coordinator Criticizes Early Missteps

Dr. Deborah Birx testified before a House subcommittee, saying unclear messaging in the early days of the pandemic resulted in inaction. → Read More

Pres. Biden Hosts Climate Meeting Amid High Gas Price Pressure

The White House said the meeting is a "continuation of the president's efforts to use all levers to tackle the global climate crisis." → Read More

Senate Health Committee Held Hearing On State Of COVID Pandemic

COVID cases are trending upward again in the U.S. averaging over 100,000 new daily cases, up from under 30,000 in April, according to CDC data. → Read More

President Biden Appeals For Tougher Gun Laws: 'How Much More Carnage?'

President Biden is trying to drive up pressure on Congress to pass stricter laws, though such efforts failed in the wake of past violence. → Read More

Officials Say More Areas Of U.S. May See Mask Recommendations

Some experts are worried the country now is seeing signs of a sixth wave, driven by an Omicron subvariant. → Read More

Biden Marks COVID 'Tragic Milestone' In U.S. At Global Summit

The coronavirus has killed more than 999,000 people in the U.S. and at least 6.2 million people globally since it emerged in late 2019. → Read More

Biden To Plug Manufacturing Initiative At Ohio Metal Company

There is bipartisan support for boosting domestic chip production, but lawmakers in the Senate and the House still need to negotiate over differences. → Read More

Fauci: 'Pandemic Phase' Over For U.S., But COVID-19 Still Here

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says cases have risen about 25% in the past week. → Read More

More Doctors Are Embracing Psychedelics

Once shunned by the medical establishment, psychedelics are experiencing a comeback. → Read More

The Road To Legal Marijuana

The Senate is taking on cannabis reform for the first time, but significant hurdles remain in federally changing marijuana laws. → Read More

Uninsured Americans Could Soon Be Charged For Covid Testing, Vaccines

A federal program that was reimbursing health care providers for costs of COVID care has run out of money. → Read More

Uninsured Americans Now Being Charged For COVID Tests

The federal program that was reimbursing health care providers for COVID costs has run out of money. → Read More

What's Next: Jackson To Join More Diverse And Conservative High Court

Justice Breyer said he would retire once his successor had been confirmed, but not before the end of the term. → Read More

Biden Finds No Respite At Home After Returning From Europe

His comment that Russia's Vladimir Putin "cannot remain in power" overshadowed his larger message. → Read More