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Stephanie Liebergen

General Assignment Editor

After years as a television newscast producer, Stephanie wanted something different, so she decided to jump to the web world and joined Newsy in February 2016. From breaking news to stories about anything cute and furry, she writes it all. She spent the last two years working in Sacramento, but as a Kansas City native and University of Wisconsin - Madison grad, she is ready for all the crazy weather the Midwest brings. When not in the newsroom, she spends time with her boyfriend and dog, enjoys a good bottle of wine, and cheers for her favorite sports teams!

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Elizabeth Holmes
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Theranos' Founder And Former President Indicted On Wire Fraud Charges

A man and his son are detained by Border Patrol
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Trump Administration Blames Democrats For Family Separations At Border

Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump shake hands
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Trump: North Korea Already Started Returning Remains Of US Soldiers

President Donald Trump
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White House Now Says Trump Supports Both House GOP Immigration Bills

FBI Director Christopher Wray
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FBI Director Promises To Learn From The Inspector General's Report

FBI headquarters
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Report Accuses 2 FBI Employees Of 'Extremely Poor Judgment'

James Comey
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Report Says Political Bias Didn't Impact The FBI's Clinton Email Probe

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Comcast Really Wants To Merge With 21st Century Fox

A mother and her child are searched after crossing the border
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House Immigration Bill Would Ban Separating Families At The Border

Golden State Warriors after winning 2018 NBA championship
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Warriors Nab US Capitol Invite Instead Of A White House One

Robert Mueller
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Robert Mueller Says Russia Is Still Trying To Meddle In US Elections

U.S. and South Korean military members talk
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The Future Of South Korea-US Military Training Is Unclear

Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump shake hands
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President Trump, Kim Jong-Un Meet For Historic Summit In Singapore

A woman mourns for the Pulse nightclub victims
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Florida Governor Declares June 12 Pulse Remembrance Day

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New Jersey Just Legalized Sports Betting

Pope Francis
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Pope Accepts The Resignations Of 3 Chilean Church Leaders

President Donald Trump
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President Trump's Tariffs Might Lead To Some Uncomfortable G7 Moments

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Report: Majority Of Immigrants In Federal Custody Are In US Illegally

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and President Donald Trump hold a press conference.
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If Summit Is A Success, Kim Jong-Un Might Get A White House Invitation

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EU Announces New Tariffs On Dozens Of Goods From The US

A gay couple
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European Court Rules All EU Nations Must Recognize Same-Sex Marriages

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Why Are The Kilauea And Fuego Volcano Eruptions So Different?

The White House
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Aide Accused Of Making McCain Remark No Longer Works At White House

Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos testifies before a Senate subcommittee
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Betsy DeVos Says School Safety Commission Won't Look At Impact Of Guns

Paul Manafort leaves courthouse
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Judge Gives Manafort Till Friday To Respond To Witness Tampering Claim

Woman in doctor's office
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Judge Orders Maine To Start Process Of Expanding Medicaid

President Donald Trump speaks to reporters
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Can President Trump Really Pardon Himself?

Guatemala's Fuego volcano
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At Least 62 Dead After Volcano Erupts In Guatemala

Rohingya refugees
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UN Refugee Agency And Myanmar Reach Deal To Repatriate Rohingya

Power plant
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Trump Orders 'Immediate Steps' To Save Coal And Nuclear Power Plants