Daniel Londono

Daniel Londono

Daniel Londono is a broadcast journalism student from Orlando, Florida. An upcoming third year at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, Daniel is spending what would’ve been the beginning of his junior year participating in The Fund for American Studies, under the International Affairs and Public Policy program. Daniel has written under both of his school’s publications and is excited about getting to live and work in Washington, D.C. during this tumultuous time in our nation’s history.


Recent Work

December 3, 2020
by Daniel Londono
Outcome of Brindisi/Tenney Race in Upstate N.Y. Still Far From Certain

To those who felt their lives were just a little bit emptier after a canvassing board in Iowa certified the... Read More

To those who felt their lives were just a little bit emptier after a canvassing board in Iowa certified the results in that state's 2nd Congressional District, declaring a winner in a race in which the candidates were separated by only six votes: we introduce you... Read More

October 26, 2020
by Daniel Londono
AL Senate: Tommy Tuberville (R)

About Tuberville: Having served as a college football coach for over 20 years, Alabama resident Tommy Tuberville is entering the... Read More

About Tuberville: Having served as a college football coach for over 20 years, Alabama resident Tommy Tuberville is entering the race for the U.S. Senate with no prior political experience on his resume.  Tuberville has spent the past 20 years as a college football coach for... Read More

September 16, 2020
by Daniel Londono
Brindisi Leads Forum on Mental Health and Addiction Issues

WASHINGTON - Rep. Anthony Brindisi, D-N.Y., served as moderator last week at a Blue Dog Coalition forum exploring the issue... Read More

WASHINGTON - Rep. Anthony Brindisi, D-N.Y., served as moderator last week at a Blue Dog Coalition forum exploring the issue of mental health and addiction in the U.S. and how to deal with it. Brindisi, the coalition's co-chair, has been an advocate for better access to... Read More

September 16, 2020
by Daniel Londono
New York Launches COVID Response Team to Monitor City's Schools

NEW YORK, N.Y.- The City of New York on Monday implemented a new COVID "Response Team" to monitor the city's... Read More

NEW YORK, N.Y.- The City of New York on Monday implemented a new COVID "Response Team" to monitor the city's schools and hopefully prevent a resurgence of the coronavirus in one of the nation's hardest hit municipalities. The city's new COVID Response Situation Room is a... Read More

September 10, 2020
by Daniel Londono
Gottheimer Seeks to Strengthen Protections Against Terrorist Activity on Social Media

Rep. Josh Gottheimer wants to hold social media platforms accountable when terrorist organizations use their website portals to raise funds... Read More

Rep. Josh Gottheimer wants to hold social media platforms accountable when terrorist organizations use their website portals to raise funds and spread propaganda. A proposal by the New Jersey Democrat, the Online Arsenal to Combat Foreign Terrorist Organizations, would fine Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and other social... Read More

September 9, 2020
by Daniel Londono
American Bar Association Urges Congress to Provide Aid to Tenants at Risk of Eviction

WASHINGTON - The American Bar Association urged Congress last week to extend a moratorium on the eviction of renters who've... Read More

WASHINGTON - The American Bar Association urged Congress last week to extend a moratorium on the eviction of renters who've lost their jobs or been otherwise adversely impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. A national moratorium on evictions was originally adopted as part of the CARES Act,... Read More

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by Dan McCue
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WASHINGTON — When President Joe Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act into law on Tuesday, business leaders throughout the renewable... Read More

WASHINGTON — When President Joe Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act into law on Tuesday, business leaders throughout the renewable energy sector cheered the finalization of the nation’s largest ever investment in climate and the clean energy solutions of the... Read More

August 18, 2022
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Every State Wants ‘Internet for All’

WASHINGTON — Every state, U.S. territory and Washington, D.C., has asked for a portion of the $42.45 billion set aside... Read More

WASHINGTON — Every state, U.S. territory and Washington, D.C., has asked for a portion of the $42.45 billion set aside for broadband buildout from the federal government, according to the Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration. “The Internet... Read More

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House Chief Administrative Officer Issues TikTok Advisory

WASHINGTON — The chief administrative officer of the House of Representatives has issued a cyberadvisory to Capitol Hill staff on... Read More

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August 18, 2022
by Dan McCue
Columbia University Study Reveals New Causes of Common Lymphoma

NEW YORK — Cancer researchers at Columbia University in New York have found a multitude of new genetic mutations that... Read More

NEW YORK — Cancer researchers at Columbia University in New York have found a multitude of new genetic mutations that cause a common type of lymphoma. “Our findings not only show that these mutations can contribute to diffuse large B... Read More

August 18, 2022
by Madeline Hughes
Report: US Watchful as EU Progresses With AI Policy

WASHINGTON — As the European Union moves ahead with its Artificial Intelligence Act, it’s time for American lawmakers to pay... Read More

WASHINGTON — As the European Union moves ahead with its Artificial Intelligence Act, it’s time for American lawmakers to pay attention to potential policies, said John Soroushian, a senior associate director at the Bipartisan Policy Center.  “It’s important to pay... Read More

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Slightly fewer Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week as the labor market continues to stand out as one of the strongest segments of the U.S. economy. Applications for jobless aid for the week ending August 13... Read More

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