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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.

  Recent Work
9th Circuit Court of Appeals
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Appeals Court Tosses Out Climate Case Brought By 21 Young Plaintiffs

President Donald Trump speaks during an event to honor this year's NCAA football champions Louisiana State University
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Here's Who Will Be On Trump's Impeachment Defense Team

Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, delivers a sermon

Iran Supreme Leader Delivers Rare Sermon, Defends Military Force

Robert Hyde with President Donald Trump

FBI Investigators Visit Home And Business Of Congressional Candidate

An aerial view of the devastation in Torrington, Australia on Jan. 15, 2020
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Australia's Tourism Industry Has Lost Around $700M Due To Bushfires

A man sunbathes on June 29, 2019 in London, England
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2019 Was Second-Hottest Year On Record, Capping Off Hottest Decade

A U.S. Census Bureau worker
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U.S. Census Bureau Unveils $500 Million Ad Campaign

Former national security advisor John Bolton participates in a meeting with President Donald Trump
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Trump Says He'd Block John Bolton From Testifying

An altar with photographs of the victims who were killed in a plane crash in Iran
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Iranian Protesters Demand Supreme Leader Step Down

U.S. officials meet with Chinese officials to negotiate trade
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Wall Street Journal: U.S. And China Have Agreed To Semi-Annual Talks

A man shows a Red Cross volunteer how his sister’s home was damaged in the recent series of earthquakes that hit the island.
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5.9 Magnitude Aftershock Hits Puerto Rico After Week Of Earthquakes

Activists rally for climate action at Sydney Town Hall on Jan. 10, 2020 in Sydney, Australia
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Tens Of Thousands Of Protesters Call For Australian PM To Resign

Costa Sur power plant

Puerto Rico's Largest Power Plant Could Take Up To A Year To Repair

An image of Boeing's 737 Max

Internal Boeing Documents Show Efforts To Deceive 737 Max Regulators

U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during an event to unveil significant changes to the National Environmental Policy Act
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New Trump Proposal Could Overhaul Landmark Environmental Regulations

Twitter icon
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Twitter Met With Sharp Criticism After Suspending Venezuelan Accounts

U.S. Marines in Iraq
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Iraqi Lawmakers Vote In Favor Of Removing All Foreign Forces

The logos of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security are seen on computer terminals in a training room
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DHS Warns Iran Might Launch Cyberattacks Against U.S.

Iraqi army students with the NATO bomb disposal school
U.S. ArmyWorld

NATO Halts Training Of Iraqi Forces After U.S. Kills Iranian General

Narendra Modi addresses media outside the President House
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Many Indian States Vow To Defy Modi's Controversial Citizenship Law

A glacier in New Zealand

Australian Bushfire Smoke Has Turned Glaciers In New Zealand Brown

A group of bishops and other United Methodist leaders gather after reaching an agreement on a separation plan
United Methodist ChurchWorld

United Methodist Church Expected To Split Over LGBTQ Disagreement

U.S. President Donald Trump
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Emails Show President Trump Gave Direct Orders To Withhold Ukraine Aid

Shoppers stock up at a discount supermarket in Pattaya, Thailand
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Thailand Bans Single-Use Plastic Bags In Major Stores

Julián Castro campaigns for president
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Julián Castro Ends Presidential Bid

Orthodox Jews sing and dance during the 13th Siyum HaShas, a celebration marking the completion of the Daf Yomi
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Security Tight As Orthodox Jews Celebrate Siyum HaShas In New Jersey

U.S. Army Soldiers in Afghanistan
U.S. ArmyWorld

Taliban Leadership Agrees To Temporary Cease-fire

People hold crosses as they walk from Henry Pratt Company to the Aurora Police Department on February 17, 2019
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U.S. Saw Highest Number Of Mass Killings On Record In 2019

The scene after a car bombing in Somalia's capital

Car Bomb Kills At Least 79, Injures Over 100 In Somalia's Capital City

A woman looks out from a cement cylinder holding her 7 month old baby
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U.N. Approves Resolution Condemning Myanmar Human Rights Abuses