About Carey @careyereed
Carey Reed assists in covering breaking and feature news for NewsHour Weekend's website. She also helps the NewsHour Weekend broadcast team in the production of the show. She is interested in the flourishing fields of data journalism and information visualization and recently graduated, with honors, from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.
Carey’s Recent Stories
Nation May 17What have we learned in the 35 years since Mount St. Helens erupted?
On the morning of May 18, 1980, a 5.1 magnitude earthquake shook the ground beneath Mount St. Helens and awakened the volcano located 96 miles south of Seattle, Washington, that had been dormant for more than 140 years.
World May 09Waterloo dig aims to help soldiers readjusting to civilian life
Waterloo Uncovered, a nonprofit that uses archaeology as a way to aid soldiers and veterans in readjusting to life as civilians, recently began its inaugural dig at the site of Napoleon Bonaparte's defeat.
Science May 03Scientists find large water system beneath Antarctica’s dry valleys
The discovery of groundwater in this area may offer a glimpse into past climactic events on Antarctica, as well as clues about the potential for life on other planets.
Science May 02Genius and autism may share genetic link, study finds
Child prodigies and their autistic family members may share a genetic link, according to findings published online in the April issue of Human Heredity.
Science Apr 25New species of Costa Rican glass frog bears resemblance to Kermit
A new glass frog species that bears an uncanny resemblance to Kermit the Frog was discovered by scientists in Costa Rica, the Costa Rican Amphibian Research Center announced earlier this week.
Nation Apr 19U.S. seeks to ID remains of ‘unknown’ Pearl Harbor victims
The remains of hundreds of unaccounted-for Pearl Harbor service members will be exhumed and analyzed for identification, following a broadening of U.S. military disinterment policy announced by the Department of Defense earlier this week.
World Apr 18Robot chef coming to a kitchen near you in 2017
An automated kitchen that will create up to 2,000 meals from scratch is slated to go on the market in 2017.
Science Apr 12A battery that could charge your phone in one minute? Ask Stanford.
Scientists at Stanford University say they have developed an ultrafast aluminum battery that can be charged in as little as one minute.
World Apr 12Nearly half of Spain’s electricity came from renewables last month
In March, 47 percent of Spain's electricity came from renewable sources.
World Apr 05Dutch nursing home offers rent-free housing to students
A nursing home in the Netherlands allows university students to live rent-free alongside the elderly residents, as part of a project aimed at warding off the negative effects of aging.