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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 person being administered the COVID-19 vaccine.

Preparing to Vaccinate Kids Against COVID

Former Secretary of State Colin Powell talks at a news conference in 2001.
J. Scott Applewhite / APPolitics

The Legacy Of Former Secretary Colin Powell

Then-Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump holding a news conference in Trump Tower in New York
Mark Lennihan / APU.S.

Trump To Be Deposed Monday In Lawsuit Over 2015 Protest

A refugee mother and son in their kitchen in North Dakota

How Are Refugees Resettled In The U.S.?

Amy Hargrave points to her father's name on the 9/11 Memorial in New York City.

Daughters Reflect On Losing A Parent In The 9/11 Attacks


Educating The Next Generation On 9/11

A displaced Afghan boy from northern provinces, who fled his home due to fighting between the Taliban and Afghanistan
Rahmat Gul / APWorld

International Reaction To The Taliban Takeover In Afghanistan

Arkansas Children's Hospital

4 Children Are On Ventilators in Arkansas, All Are Vaccine-Eligible

Willow Breshears does her makeup.

Activists Worry Anti-Trans Health Care Law Will Go Into Effect


Restaurant Industry Sees Employment Gains In June Jobs Report

Allen Weisselberg charged with the Trump Organization Thursday.

Trump Organization, CFO Indicted On Charges of 'Audacious' Tax Fraud


Crime And Violence Are Top Issues For NYC Voters

Boys stop to look at a memorial for ten-year-old Justin Wallace. The boy was killed and his 29-year-old uncle was wounded.
AP/ Mark LennihanPolitics

Surge In Violent Crime Dominates NYC Vote

Justice Stephen Breyer in 2009

Democrats Concerned About Supreme Court's Future

Wyoming has less than 29% of its population vaccinated.

Why Wyoming Is Becoming The Most Vaccine-Hesitant State

Voters at the Cody Rodeo are not happy with their Congresswoman, Liz Cheney.

Liz Cheney Fighting Battles In Both D.C. And At Home In Wyoming


Congress Likely To Miss Police Reform Deadline

Congressman Adam Kinzinger

Rep. Kinzinger's 'Country First' Initiative Tested In Texas Race

U.S. Capitol
J. Scott Applewhite / APPolitics

President Biden Making His First Address To Joint Session Of Congress

President Barack Obama walks with Vice President Joe Biden back to the Oval Office of the White House.
Pablo Martinez Monsivais / APPolitics

NBC Poll: President Biden More Moderate Than Obama

Woman holding Black Lives Matter sign

Chauvin Verdict Renews Focus On Federal Police Reform

Officer William Evans lies in honor

Capitol Officer Lies In Honor: 'He Became A Martyr For Our Democracy'

Transgender rights activist Caitlyn Jenner speaks at the 4th Women's March in Los Angeles.

Caitlyn Jenner Mulls Run For California Governor

A migrant family crosses the border into El Paso, Texas, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.

Biden Administration Allowing Most Migrant Families To Stay

Migrant family is given an initial health screening at a border patrol facility.
U.S. Border PatrolPolitics

Feds Lean On Cash-Strapped Border Towns To COVID Test Migrants

A man scales the border wall in El Paso
Megan Smith / NewsyPolitics

Newsy Captures Border Arrests Of 8 Migrants, Including Kids, On Camera

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and a GOP delegation at the U.S.-Mexico border
Megan Smith / NewsyPolitics

Republican Lawmakers Tour Border Facility Holding Migrant Children

Supporters in Minneapolis outside the Derek Chauvin trial.

House Police Reform Legislation Advances To Senate

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., right, watches as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of Calif., speaks,
AP/ Jacquelyn MartinPolitics

Senate To Vote On COVID Bill After Reading All 600 Pages Aloud

Maj. Gen. William Walker

Head Of D.C. National Guard Says He Had To Wait Hours To Deploy Jan. 6