Hristina Byrnes

Hristina Byrnes is the Managing Editor of 24/7 Tempo, part of media company 24/7 Wall St, based in New York. Previously, she was a senior editor at The Active Times, where she wrote for the health, travel, and lifestyle sections.

Her work has been quoted or mentioned in Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, USA Today, Business Insider, CBS News, Fox News, and Daily Mail. She completed a master’s degree in Journalism from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in 2012.

Lastest Stories by Hristina Byrnes

“Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek just turned 80. The iconic game-show host has a legion of fans, as evidenced by the outpouring of concern over his public battle with pancreatic cancer. Few game...
As the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases have spiked over the last few weeks, hitting new records in major cities and states across the country, so have the number of face-covering mandates. 24/7...
The age of COVID-19, with its social distancing measures and restrictions on movement, is probably testing even the biggest health fanatics’ discipline when it comes to food. In these trying...
The U.S. set a new record in new coronavirus cases in one day, reporting more than 67,000 cases on July 15, up from the 60,000 record a week earlier. Some of the increase has been the result of...
On July 9, the U.S. set a record-high number of new COVID-19 cases in a single day at just over 63,000. Over the past several weeks, coronavirus cases have been surging in at least 40 states with...
Most U.S. states imposed limitations on interstate and international travel shortly after the coronavirus began to spread across the country in the beginning of February. Five months later, with most...
The U.S. reported a record number of new coronavirus cases, with over a million new cases recorded since the beginning of June. Spikes in new COVID-19 cases have been reported in most states across...
The coronavirus pandemic in the United States — which again is growing at a fierce pace with about 1 million new cases recorded in June — is reshaping society in many ways, from how we...
The story of American immigration is the story of the unique experiment called the United States. About 14% of U.S. residents were born outside of the country, and 94% identify with an ancestry other...
Most U.S. states imposed limitations on interstate and international travel shortly after the coronavirus began to spread across the country in the beginning of February. Five months later, with most...
When students return to school for the start of the 2020-2021 academic year, their schools and classes will look very different than they did in March, when schools were suddenly ordered to close....
The U.S. reported a record number of new coronavirus cases for a single day on June 24, with nearly 38,000 new cases. Spikes of new COVID-19 cases have been reported in several states across the...
It has been about two months since stay-at-home orders began to expire and states began the gradual reopening of their economies. Reports of surges of new coronavirus cases in several states that...
The global coronavirus pandemic has shaken the sports world like nothing else in recent history. Major events from the Summer Olympics and Wimbledon to professional sports like hockey and baseball...