About Michael @mdregan
Michael D. Regan is an Associate Multimedia Producer for PBS NewsHour Weekend.
Michael’s Recent Stories
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.
Nation Aug 12An 11-year-old changed election results on a replica Florida state website in under 10 minutes
An 11-year-old on Friday was able to hack into a replica of the Florida state election website and change voting results found there in under 10 minutes.
Health Aug 05Residents say Love Canal chemicals continue to make them sick
Forty years ago this week, President Jimmy Carter declared Love Canal a national health emergency when the small community near Niagara Falls, New York, learned that their homes and school were built on 22,000 tons of chemicals. Today, many residents…
World Jun 02Malaysia to impose penalties on drivers with recalled Takata airbags
Honda Malaysia said it has already replaced more than 220,000 airbags in the country, but 71,315 owners have yet to respond to a recall.
Nation May 20The 10 victims of the Santa Fe High School shooting
Eight students and two teachers are among the dead.
Nation Apr 01Police vehicle strikes protester at Stephon Clark demonstration
A protester was knocked to the ground by a Sacramento County Sheriff's Department vehicle on Saturday, sustaining minor injuries.
World Feb 17Ethiopia under state of emergency after prime minister resigns
The declaration would allow Ethiopian security forces to crack down on demonstrations, ban some publications from distributing material, and establish a special court for people who break those rules.
Nation Feb 11‘It’s pervasive, it’s every day’ — How a history of sexism in the airline industry echoes today
Flight attendants are often targets of sexual assault and harassment, but the airline industry has few standardized rules in place to protect their employees.