Samantha Manning, WFTV Eyewitness News

Samantha Manning

WFTV Eyewitness News

Contact Samantha

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

Recent:
  • WFTV Eyewitness News
  • WOKV News
  • KIRO 7
  • WPXI
Past:
  • WHIOTV
  • ActionNewsJax
  • Boston 25 News
  • NEWS102.3 KRMG
  • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • WDBO
  • WSOCTV

Recent articles by Samantha:

Congress weighing several bills to improve digital access

Despite the push to more virtual living during the pandemic, millions of Americans still lack access to reliable and high-speed internet or phone service. → Read More

Biden says inflation is his ‘top domestic priority,’ slams GOP ahead of midterm races

President Biden addressed the nation Tuesday to discuss rising inflation and supply chain challenges. → Read More

Biden says inflation is his ‘top domestic priority,’ slams GOP ahead of midterm races

President Biden addressed the nation Tuesday to address rising inflation and supply chain challenges that have led to record-high gas prices and baby formula shortages among other issues. → Read More

Senate committee weighs economic impact of student loan debt forgiveness

More than 40 million Americans carry student loan debt today, totaling roughly $1.75 trillion. → Read More

Senate committee weighs economic impact of student loan debt forgiveness

More than 40 million Americans carry student loan debt today, totaling roughly $1.75 trillion. → Read More

Senate Dems vow to vote on federal abortion rights bill but likely lack votes to get it passed

Senate Democrats would need all Democrats and at least 10 Republicans to get on board under the current rules. → Read More

Senate Dems vow to vote on federal abortion rights bill but likely lack votes to get it passed

Senate Democrats are vowing to soon vote on a bill to make access to abortion a federal law following the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion that points to the high court overturning Roe v. Wade. → Read More

VA pushing to recruit, train more healthcare providers to specialize in women’s needs

This week lawmakers on Capitol Hill heard from the VA about potential gaps in care for female patients. → Read More

Report highlights forever chemicals in clothes, outdoor industry among worst offenders

A new watchdog report is revealing so-called forever chemicals, or PFAS, may be living on some of the clothes we wear. PFAS is an abbreviation for perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substance. → Read More

New federal rule requires serial numbers, background checks for ‘ghost gun’ kits

The Biden administration announced a new federal rule meant to crack down on the use of what’s been dubbed as ghost guns – untraceable homemade firearms that do not have serial numbers. → Read More

Congress could soon pass measure aimed at helping more people save for retirement

Employees around the country could soon have more options when it comes to retirement plans. → Read More

Congress could soon pass measure aimed at helping more people save for retirement

The measure aims to help people save more for retirement at all stages of their career. → Read More

Congress could soon pass measure aimed at helping more people save for retirement

Employees around the country could soon have more options when it comes to retirement plans. → Read More

Three bills aim to repair credit histories of federal student loan borrowers who fell behind

More than 43 million Americans currently carry student loan debt totaling around $1.75 trillion. → Read More

Three bills aim to repair credit histories of federal student loan borrowers who fell behind

More than 43 million Americans currently carry student loan debt totaling around $1.75 trillion. → Read More

Former KKK member warns Congress of danger of veterans turning to extremism

Chris Buckley said he knew he wanted to serve his country from an early age and joined the Army as part of a delayed entry program while still in high school. → Read More

House passes bill to cap cost of insulin at $35 a month

The House passed a bill capping the cost of insulin at $35 a month in a move that could impact diabetics around the country. → Read More

“No excuse for this”: Woman burdened with medical debt urges Congress to tackle issue

The toll of mounting medical debt can be financially and emotionally crippling for families already reeling from the devastation from illness or injury. → Read More

Family pushes for streamlined pathway for Ukrainian refugees to come to U.S.

The Department of Homeland Security granted temporary protected status (TPS) for Ukrainian nationals who arrived by March 1, 2022, for 18 months but there is no plan on the table to streamline the process for Ukrainian refugees who seek to come to the U.S. after that point. → Read More

President Biden announces ban on Russian oil imports as economists warn of rising inflation

With gas prices soaring, President Joe Biden warns they may increase even more after announcing a ban on all Russian oil imports. → Read More