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Alexandra Miller

Politics Reporter

Alex has been an reporter (at least in her mind) since she was four. Yes, she forced her friends to do pretend newscasts instead of playing house. She's covered politics in D.C. for nearly three years, and joined the Newsy team in August 2017. When Alex isn't delivering the news while standing on an apple box, she's probably scrolling through Twitter (@AlexMillerNews) and watching her beloved Redskins continue to disappoint.

  Recent Work
A Donald Trump supporter attends a rally during the presidential campaign
Getty ImagesPolitics

Voters Can Now Wear Political Clothing To The Polls

Former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford
Getty ImagesPolitics

Anti-Trump Republicans Struggle In Midterm Elections

President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
Getty ImagesPolitics

Could Trump's Attacks On Allies Affect North Korea Negotiations?

Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) calls on reporters during his weekly news conference.
Getty ImagePolitics

House GOP Lawmakers Look For Compromise On Immigration

Men leave afternoon prayer at a synagogue in Krakow, Poland
NewsyWorld

Discovering A New Identity: How Krakow's Jewish Population Is Growing

A group marches from Auschwitz to Birkenau extermination camp
NewsyWorld

Could German Judges Have Done More To Prevent The Holocaust?

A Holocaust survivor speaks with Jewish teens at March of the Living
NewsyU.S.

Study: Two-Thirds Of American Millennials Don't Know What Auschwitz Is

A guard tower at Birkenau extermination camp in Poland
NewsyPolitics

Christian Poles: It's Our Responsibility To Combat Anti-Semitism

Photos of Holocaust victims
NewsyPolitics

Poland Outlaws Blaming The Country For Holocaust Atrocities

Poles protest the current government
Getty ImagesPolitics

Poland Could Lose Voting Rights On European Council

A right-wing nationalist group protests in Warsaw, Poland
All Polish YouthPolitics

Voters Around The World Are Embracing Nationalism

A flag flies outside a protest in Warsaw, Poland
NewsyPolitics

Poland And Its Ever-changing Political Landscape

Anna Stupnicka-Bando sits with Lila, the teenage girl she hid during WWII.
NewsyU.S.

This Woman's Bravery In World War II Wasn't Known For Almost 50 Years

Ed Mosberg
Megan SmithU.S.

'Never Forget And Never Forgive': A Holocaust Survivor's Mantra

Irving Roth poses for a school photo after moving to New York following the Holocaust.
Irving RothWorld

Holocaust Survivor Relives Anti-Semitism From Childhood

Holocaust survivor Ed Mosberg awaits the beginning of the March of the Living.
Megan SmithU.S.

Walking Through History: Holocaust Survivors Share Their Stories

Protesters gather outside the Supreme Court
Getty ImagesPolitics

US Supreme Court Hears Travel Ban Case

A student protests at the March for our Lives
NewsyPolitics

Students Register Voters At March For Our Lives

A young girl protests gun legislation
Megan SmithU.S.

Students Flock To D.C. For The March For Our Lives

Water tower in Martin County, Kentucky
NewsySci/Health

Untapped: Life Without Safe Water In Martin County, Kentucky

Kentucky's Public Service Commission meets with Martin County officials to discuss failing infrastructure.
NewsySci/Health

Martin County Residents Facing Water Rate Hike

Martin County sign
NewsySci/Health

Martin County, Kentucky, Looks To Tackle Massive Debt

President Donald Trump holds a listening session
Getty ImagesPolitics

Students Debate Guns And School Safety At The White House

Karissa Saenz, a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, holds a sign.
Getty ImagesPolitics

Making Parkland Political

 U.S.

Molding Identities Of The Missing

Martin County drinking water (Left) vs. bottled water
 U.S.

Martin County Residents Stonewalled At Meeting About Unsafe Water

Abandoned buildings in Baltimore
Getty ImagesU.S.

The War On Poverty Continues

Martin County Water Treatment Facility
Newsy / Sarah GirouxU.S.

Ky. County Residents Are Skeptical About Govt. Help For 18-Year Crisis

Nina McCoy discusses her town's struggle for c
NewsyU.S.

Why One County Has Avoided Drinking Its Water For 18 Years