Samantha Manning, WPXI

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  • Boston 25 News
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  • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • WDBO
  • WOKV News
  • WSOCTV
  • KIRO 7

Recent articles by Samantha:

Pandemic hits already financially strapped HBCUs especially hard

Historically Black Colleges and Universities across the country are preparing to reopen for the upcoming semester while facing financial challenges amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Pandemic hits already financially strapped HBCUs especially hard

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) across the country are preparing to reopen for the upcoming semester while facing financial challenges amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Fauci, Giroir and Redfield testify to Congress about coronavirus pandemic response

The nation’s top health experts faced tough questions about the rise in COVID-19 cases and test result delays during a hearing on Capitol Hill Friday. → Read More

Fauci, Giroir and Redfield testify to Congress about coronavirus pandemic response

The nation’s top health experts faced tough questions about the rise in COVID-19 cases and test result delays during a hearing on Capitol Hill Friday. → Read More

Medical industry warns of continued PPE shortages, counterfeit PPE flooding facilities

Representatives from the medical supply industry and health care told Congress that fake and unsafe personal protective equipment (PPE) is flooding health care facilities and posing a danger to the frontline workers. → Read More

Congress continues debate over second round of stimulus checks

We could be seeing another round of stimulus checks, which could amount to $1,200 each for many Americans. → Read More

FEMA: “We’re ready every day” to tackle natural disasters during ongoing coronavirus pandemic

Emergency crews are getting ready to face potential natural disasters like hurricanes and wildfires this year all in the midst of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

School districts, National PTA testify to Congress about how to reopen schools safely

Members of a House Subcommittee heard testimony Thursday from school district representatives, the National Parent Teacher Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics about how schools can safely reopen for the fall while the coronavirus pandemic continues. → Read More

Lawmakers weigh push for more funding for state election preparations during pandemic

As states work to navigate the voting process for upcoming elections during a global pandemic, members of Congress are weighing a push by some to give more funding to state election offices. → Read More

Lawmakers say outdated computer systems led to delays in people getting coronavirus relief aid

Lawmakers on Capitol Hill Monday looked into how the coronavirus pandemic exposed outdated computer systems at federal agencies that have delayed people getting relief aid and critical services. → Read More

Lawmakers say outdated computer systems led to delays in COVID-19 relief aid

On Monday, lawmakers on Capitol Hill looked into how the coronavirus pandemic exposed outdated computer systems at federal agencies that have delayed people getting relief aid and critical services. → Read More

FTC warns consumers not to fall for cryptocurrency scams following high-profile Twitter hacks

The Federal Trade Commission is warning people about hackers targeting social media accounts and email accounts to get people to send bitcoin, a kind of cryptocurrency or digital money. → Read More

FTC warns consumers not to fall for cryptocurrency scams following high-profile Twitter hacks

The Federal Trade Commission is warning people about hackers targeting social media accounts and email accounts to get people to send bitcoin, a kind of cryptocurrency or digital money. → Read More

Homeowner advocacy groups call for more help with mortgage forbearances during pandemic

Millions of Americans have fallen behind on their mortgage payments because of the coronavirus pandemic and now some are calling on Congress to do more to help struggling homeowners. → Read More

Health experts call for safety measures, transparency with COVID-19 vaccine candidates’ review process

Health experts are warning that a COVID-19 vaccine won’t be effective if not enough people are willing to get vaccinated and they are calling on the federal government to take steps to gain the public’s trust in the process. → Read More

Lawmakers weigh benefits of digital contact tracing with privacy protections

Lawmakers are looking into how contact tracing through our smart phones can help stop the spread of the coronavirus. → Read More

Lawmakers weigh benefits of digital contact tracing with privacy protections

Lawmakers are looking into how contact tracing through our smart phones can help stop the spread of the coronavirus. → Read More

WHO warns pandemic is leading to HIV medication shortages

The World Health Organization is warning that the coronavirus pandemic is leading to shortages of the medications needed to treat HIV. → Read More

WHO warns pandemic is leading to HIV medication shortages

The WHO released findings from a new survey that found 73 countries say they are at risk of running out of antiretroviral (AVR) medicines and 24 countries said they already have supply shortages. → Read More

Supreme Court upholds ban on cell phone robocalls, strikes down government-debt exception

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled to uphold a federal ban on robocalls to cell phones and issued the ruling Monday. → Read More