About Michael @mdregan
Michael D. Regan is an Associate Multimedia Producer for PBS NewsHour Weekend.
Michael’s Recent Stories
World Oct 19Afghan village buries its dead after mosque bombing kills 66
Hundreds of villagers attended the funerals held Saturday in eastern Afghanistan for the victims of a deadly bomb that killed 66 people during prayers at a local mosque.
Arts Sep 08‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’ star Nikesh Patel on reimagining the rom-com
"Four Weddings and a Funeral" star Nikesh Patel, who plays Kash Khan in the Hulu series, says it was the show’s dedication to inclusion and new voices that attracted him to the project. NewsHour Weekend’s Pavni Mittal spoke with Patel…
Nation Jul 14Wisconsin dairy farmers are struggling to stay afloat
As Americans consume less milk and turmoil in international markets challenges the country's dairy industry, many dairy farmers are struggling to stay afloat. In 2018, more than 2,700 dairy farms in the U.S. went out of business, with nearly a…
Arts Jun 01Artist examines ‘The Architecture of Slavery’ in new project
In ‘We Have Made These Lands What They Are: The Architecture of Slavery,’ artist Keris Salmon examines the lives of enslaved people and the places they lived in the American South. Special correspondent Duarte Geraldino introduces us to the artist…
World May 12The Daily Show’s Desi Lydic goes ‘Abroad’ exploring gender equality
To explore gender equality, Desi Lydic, a correspondent for The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, traveled to Iceland, Namibia and Spain for her new special ‘Desi Lydic: Abroad,’ which airs on Comedy Central on Monday.
Nation Jan 26Invasive Asian carp: an expensive menace but a surprising entrée
Asian carp are fast-growing invasive species that for decades have pushed out native marine life up and down the Mississippi watershed. But as state and federal officials spend hundreds of millions of dollars to stop Asian carp from entering the…
Nation Jan 06Midwest battles to keep invasive Asian carp out of the Great Lakes
Asian carp are invasive fish that grow fast, jump high and have taken over large swaths of the Mississippi watershed. And now, state and federal governments are worried the Great Lakes are next. On everything from electric fences to contracted…
World Sep 16Myanmar protesters call for release of two jailed journalists
Journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo were each sentenced to 7 years in prison in Myanmar earlier this month, verdicts that received immediate condemnation from the international community.
World Sep 08Climate change takes center stage at worldwide events ahead of global summit
People in the U.S. and more than 90 other countries planned to take to the streets in 800 towns and cities to call for immediate action on climate change.
Nation Aug 26Politicians, world leaders laud McCain’s legacy
Current and former politicians along with world leaders and family members offered praise for Sen. John McCain's life of public service.