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Alexandra Miller

Politics Reporter

Alex Miller is a politics reporter primarily covering Capitol Hill and the Supreme Court. She has covered all things Washington since 2015. Prior to her time at Newsy, Alex was a political reporter for Gray Television's Washington Bureau, where she covered both Washington and the 2016 presidential campaign. Alex studied broadcast journalism and global terrorism at the University of Maryland. She now works there in the Philip Merrill College of Journalism as an adjunct professor. In one of her most memorable stories, Alex traveled to Poland with Holocaust survivors to cover Holocaust Remembrance Day and look at similar issues facing the world today.

  Recent Work
A gun
NewsyPolitics

President Trump Pivots On Gun Reform — Again

Floor of the New York Stock Exchange
Getty ImagesPolitics

Survey: 3 In 4 Economists Believe U.S. Will Enter Recession By 2021

Nicetown-Tioga resident Nancy Walker
Newsy / Matt AnzurU.S.

Philadelphia Shootout Increases Pressure For State Gun Control

Iowa farmer Morey Hill says he supports the trade war with China but the support is thinning.
NewsyPolitics

Iowa Farmers Hear Out Candidates Amid Trade War

NewsyU.S.

Iowa Voter Who Chose Obama, Then Trump Grapples With 2020

Iowa State Fair attendee wears a Julian Castro hat
NewsyPolitics

Democratic Candidates Court Voters At Iowa State Fair

Newsy's Alex Miller with Rep. Dan Kildee
NewsyPolitics

Flint Rep. Kildee: Don't Just Use Us As A Photo-Op

Desks in a classroom
NewsyU.S.

Michigan Is Host Of Democratic Debates – And Charter School Boom

Machines are assembled at A + J automation
NewsyU.S.

Automation Could Cost Detroit A Quarter Of Its Jobs Over 10 Years

Former special counsel Robert Mueller
NewsyPolitics

Mueller Responds To Lawmakers' Questions — Sort Of

Pills spilling from a prescription bottle
Getty ImagesPolitics

Rouda Wants Transparency In How Opioid Crisis Funding Is Being Spent

Plane crash victims' family members
NewsyU.S.

Plane Crash Victims' Families Demand Changes For Boeing 737 MAX

A surveillance camera
Getty ImagesPolitics

Researchers: FBI, ICE Use Facial Recognition Software On DMV Photos

As seen through fencing, migrants enter a Border Patrol vehicle while being detained.
Getty ImagesPolitics

Newsy Finds CBP And ICE Are Failing To Meet Their Own Standards

Migrants sit in a crowded Texas facility in June 2019.
Office of Inspector GeneralPolitics

Rep. Dean: Our Common Humanity Seems Absolutely Missing

Lori Alhadeff, mother of slain student Alyssa Alhadeff, is now a member of the Broward County School Board.
NewsyPolitics

Most Florida Schools Won't Arm Teachers After State Says They Can

Jevon Stevens will likely lose his voting rights July 1st.
NewsyPolitics

Some Floridians Will Lose Their Right To Vote (Again) July 1st

Sybrina Fulton poses with supporters
NewsyPolitics

Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon Martin's Mother, On Her Run For Public Office

House Transportation subcommittee hearing
NewsyU.S.

Airline Experts Say More Needs To Be Done Before 737 MAX Should Fly

Migrants travel through Mexico towards U.S.
Getty ImagesU.S.

President Trump Says Mass Deportations To Begin Next Week

Aftermath of ship bombings
Department of DefenseWorld

Central Command Releases 11 New Images Of Oil Tanker Bombings

Protests in Khartoum, Sudan
Getty ImagesWorld

Sudan Military Officers Arrested In Connection With Protester Deaths

General Motors building
Getty ImagesPolitics

GM Invests In Flint But Stays Quiet On Youngstown

NewsyPolitics

Some Sex Offenders Could Now Be Chemically Castrated In Alabama

Former White House Counsel John Dean testifies before the House Judiciary Committee.
NewsyPolitics

Former White House Counsel Likens Trump Administration To Watergate

Newsy's Alex Miller with activist and author Shannon Watts
NewsyPolitics

'Moms Demand Action' Founder On Big Business And The Gun Lobby

Sen. Marco Rubio sits down with Newsy's Alex Miller
NewsyPolitics

Rubio: It Would Be A Mistake For Huawei To Be Part Of China Trade Deal

Women testify before a House committee about abortion
NewsyPolitics

Women Testify Before House Committee About Abortion Issues

Pro-choice protestors gather outside the U.S. Supreme Court.
NewsyPolitics

Overturning Precedent Is Not A Partisan Issue

Attorney Sarah Weddington speaks with Newsy's Alex Miller
NewsyPolitics

Roe V. Wade Attorney: 'The Opponents Are Going Way Too Far'