Bianca Hillier

Reporter

The World

Bianca Hillier is a reporter for The World.

Bianca Hillier is a reporter for The World. She mainly covers sports, food, and LGBTQ issues across the globe. Before her work as a reporter, Bianca was the producer and host of The World's first daily smart speaker show called "The Number in the News." Bianca previously worked in television at CBS News and NBC News in New York City.


More people are running marathons than ever before. Why?

Lifestyle & Belief

Marathons around the world are filling up fast, and many are setting new records for participation. Runners and race directors across the globe share about why they choose to lace up.

Gaza Sunbird team members distribute much-needed food aid and other supplies in Rafah, Gaza in February 2024.

Gaza Sunbirds paracycling team pivots to aid distribution amid war

Israel-Hamas war
Student athlete posing in a blue uniform and holding a basketball at a photo shoot

International students still restricted from NIL deals

Projected blue and red stripes over white cliffs

The humble origins of the ubiquitous ‘climate stripes’

Climate Change
Aïda Muluneh's "To pursue the ceaseless way," is exhibited on a bus stop in the Boston area. The photograph is part of "This is where I am," presented by New York-based Public Art Fund.

Aïda Muluneh’s public art photo exhibit is ‘a love letter to Ethiopia’

Argentinian players celebrate after winning penalty shootout during the World Cup final soccer match between Argentina and France at the Lusail Stadium in Lusail, Qatar, Sunday, Dec. 18, 2022. 

Argentina hailed World Cup champions after dramatic win

Sports

After more than 120 minutes of play, Argentina beat France in penalty kicks in an extraordinary match on Sunday at this year’s World Cup in Doha, Qatar.

Repair Together hosts a clean-up rave in Ivanivka, Chernihivska oblast.

Clean-up raves invite volunteers to dance and rebuild together in Ukraine

Ukraine

Repair Together, a volunteer group in Ukraine, helps clean up homes and villages that have been damaged by the war, while dancing to music.

New Zealand singer and songwriter Lorde attends The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute benefit gala celebrating the opening of the "In America: A Lexicon of Fashion" exhibition on Sept. 13, 2021, in New York City.

It’s ‘huge for our language’: Lorde’s new Māori-language EP strikes a chord with NZ’s Indigenous community

Culture

The release of “Te Ao Mārama,” which comes during Māori Language Week, has received a wide range of reactions from New Zealand’s Indigenous community.

Sakura Yosozumi is shown wearing a red shirt and purple helmet while skateboarding down a wall with "Tokyo 2020" painted on it.

Japan continues to dominate in skateboarding at the Olympics

Tokyo Olympics

The park skateboarding event made a memorable debut at the Tokyo Olympics — with the host country continuing to dominate.

Athing Mu is shown mid-stride on the track in blurred motion.

Athing Mu races to gold in Tokyo, makes US Olympic history

Tokyo Olympics

Nineteen-year-old Athing Mu made history on the track in Tokyo on Tuesday by winning gold for the US in the 800-meter race.