LeeAnne Lowry - Newsy

LeeAnne Lowry

Content Producer

LeeAnne Lowry is a content producer for Newsy's daily news team. Prior to her role at Newsy, she managed a small newsroom focused on global issues. She is a two-time Stephens College graduate, most recently with a M.F.A. in TV and Screenwriting. Through her work, LeeAnne hopes to help build a more media literate world.

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Protesters wear old Belarusian national flags walk during an opposition rally to protest the presidential election results
TUT.by / APWorld

Belarus Enters Seventh Week Of Protests As Tens Of Thousands March

Sha Zhu, of Washington, shows the app WeChat on her phone, which she uses to keep in touch with family and friends in the U.S
Jacquelyn Martin / APTech

Judge Delays Ban On WeChat After Users Raise First Amendment Questions

People gather at the Supreme Court to honor the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Saturday, Sept. 19, 2020, in Washington
Cliff Owen / APPolitics

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Expected To Lie In Repose For 2 Days At High Court

Castor beans
HeidiBougghanmi2014 / CC BY SA 3.0Politics

Envelope With Deadly Poison Ricin Intercepted En Route To White House

Farmer Matthew Keller walks through one of his pig barns
Jeff Baenen / APPolitics

Stopgap Funding Bill Talks Stalled Over Farm Bailout Disagreement

A census taker wears PPE and practices social distancing while performing job duties
U.S. Census BureauPolitics

White House To Ask High Court To Overturn Census Decision

Processing work on mail in ballots for the Pennsylvania Primary election
Keith Srakocic / APPolitics

Pennsylvania Extends Mail-In Ballot Deadline

A sample mail-in ballot for Hawaii's primary election
Audrey McAvoy / APPolitics

Judge Orders Postal Service To Stop Recent Policy Changes

National Guard Maj. Adam DeMarco testifies during a House Natural Resources Committee hearing
Leah Millis / APU.S.

Federal Officials Considered Using 'Heat Ray' On Protesters

A sample mail-in ballot for Hawaii's primary election
Audrey McAvoy / APPolitics

States Fight Back Against Cuts At U.S. Postal Service

A temporary camp for refugees and migrants near Mytilene town, on the northeastern island of Lesbos
Petros Giannakouris / APWorld

Greek Police Arrest 5 Suspected Arsonists In Refugee Camp Fire

Health workers collect a swab sample to test for COVID-19 in Mumbai, India, Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2020
Rafiq Maqbool / APSci/Health

India Passes 5 Million Coronavirus Cases, Expected To Pass U.S. Soon

A woman wearing white, stands in front of a riot police line during a Belarusian opposition supporters' rally
TUT.by / APWorld

Protests In Belarus Enter 6th Week With No Signs Of Letting Up

U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Joseph Scott Pemberton, right, sits as Bureau of Immigration agents check his documents
Philippines' Bureau of Immigration Public Information Office / APU.S.

U.S. Marine Who Killed Transgender Woman Deported From Philippines

OxyContin pills
Toby Talbot / APSci/Health

FDA: Updated OxyContin Not Successful In Decreasing Overdoses, Deaths

Taliban delegation attend the opening session of the peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban in Doha, Qatar
Hussein Sayed / APWorld

Afghan Government And Taliban Enter First Peace Talks After Delays

A tribute to Nicolas Chavez, 27, who was shot and killed April 21 by several police officers during a confrontation
Houston Chronicle / Mark Mulligan / APU.S.

Houston Officers Fired After Shooting Death Of Man

Microsoft Corp. signage outside the Microsoft Visitor Center in Redmond, WA
Ted S. Warren / APPolitics

Microsoft Announces Foreign Cyberattacks On Presidential Campaigns

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo speaks during a news conference at the State Department in Washington, Wednesday, Sept. 2
Nicholas Kamm / APU.S.

U.S. Has Revoked More Than 1,000 Visas Of Chinese Nationals Since June

A camera with facial recognition capabilities
Carolyn Thompson / APTech

Portland, Oregon, Bans Use Of Facial Recognition Technology

Voters wait in line to cast their ballots in the state's primary election at a polling place, Tuesday, June 9, 2020
Ron Harris / APPolitics

Georgia Investigating Possible Double-Voting

E. Jean Carroll talks to reporters outside a courthouse in New York
Seth Wenig / APPolitics

Justice Department Wants To Defend President In Defamation Lawsuit

Protesters with old Belarusian national flags march during an opposition supporters rally in Minsk, Belarus, Sunday, Sept. 6
APWorld

Large Protests In Belarus Demand Resignation Of Alexander Lukashenko

A census taker practices social distancing while conducting their work
U.S. Census BureauU.S.

Judge Slows Census Bureau Effort To End Count Early

Jockey John Velazquez riding Authentic, wins the 146th running of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs, Saturday, Sept. 5
Jeff Roberson / APU.S.

Kentucky Derby Runs Amid Protests Demanding Justice For Breonna Taylor

Then-FBI Deputy Assistant Director Peter Strzok, waits for the start of a House Judiciary Committee joint hearing
Manuel Balce Ceneta / APPolitics

Former FBI Agent Strzok Says President Is A National Security Threat

Anti-police protesters rally outside the Portland Police Association building on Friday, Sept. 4, 2020, in Portland, OR
Noah Berger / APU.S.

Friday Marks Another Night Of Clashes At Protests Across U.S.

Anew vaccine is on display at the Nikolai Gamaleya National Center of Epidemiology and Microbiology in Moscow, Russia
Russian Direct Investment Fund / Alexander Zemlianichenko Jr / APSci/Health

Medical Journal Says Russia's Potential Vaccine Shows Promise

Google's headquarters in Mountain View, CA
Marco Jose Sanchez / APTech

Justice Department Preparing Antitrust Case Against Alphabet

A Washington State Patrol Crime Lab worker looks at evidence markers in the early morning hours of Friday, Sept. 4, 2020
Ted S. Warren / APU.S.

Suspect In Portland Protest Shooting Killed By Police