About Alexa Lardieri

Welcome! My name is Alexa Lardieri. I am a breaking news reporter and digital producer at U.S. News & World Report in New York, NY. Here you will find my published works, resume and links to my social profiles.

Whether it is writing a breaking news story under a tight deadline or running multiple social media accounts, my journalism skills span many areas. My experiences have given me the technical skills a journalist needs in today’s world.

My real-world and hands-on experiences have given me an in-depth look at how journalism works during this exciting time in America. My past positions have taught me how newsrooms operate and my expertise in writing and social media has made my articles some of the most viewed on multiple sites.

My resume can be found under the “My Resume” tab at the top of the page and my recent and past work can be found under the “My Work” tab also at the top of the page. Links to my social profiles are below.

Thank you and enjoy!




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5 thoughts on “About Alexa Lardieri

  1. Brandon Mccarty February 5, 2016 / 6:46 AM

    Thank you for writing g such high spirited influential articles,keep up the good work and have a wonderful day 🙂

  2. tom September 12, 2017 / 5:35 PM

    I am so proud of you and the fact that you are following your dream of writing and reporting. There is no doubt in my mind you are destined to be a great journalist and your fans and followers will look forward to your words and wisdom.


  3. M.A. Guido October 4, 2018 / 9:09 PM

    Thanks for your report on the cause of blue eyes in Huskies. Would you clarify something for me? The mutation — is it a duplication of chromosome 18 or on chromosome 18? I’m really very interested in this topic but could use a little more information. Thanks!

  4. John May 6, 2020 / 5:00 AM

    In your recent article about the coronavirus in the United Kingdom you ended with -“The latest figures mean the U.K. now has 187 more COVID-19 victims than Italy, which has had 29,315 COVID-19 deaths and has more than 213,000 cases. Across Europe, more than 1.54 million cases of the novel coronavirus have been reported. The U.S. takes the top spot, with more than 1.81 million cases and 69,079 deaths.”

    This article was on 5/5/2020 here in the states.

    Where are you getting the 1.81 million cases in the U.S. from?

    • Alexa Lardieri May 6, 2020 / 7:13 AM

      Hello and thank you for reaching out. We usually reference Johns Hopkins University for data. However, an earlier version of the story contained an incorrect number. There are 1.2 million coronavirus cases in the U.S.

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