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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
.S. Supreme Court Associate Justices (R-L) David Souter, Clarence Thomas, Ruth Bader Ginsburg depart the Supreme Court.
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Bush Leaves Conflicted Legacy On The Supreme Court

President George H.W. Bush lies in state at the U.S. Capitol
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Mourners Flow Through Capitol To Honor Bush

House Democratic leaders leave a meeting at the White House
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Pelosi Is Dems' Nominee For Speaker But Needs More Votes To Win

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and House Democrats
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House Dems Will Likely Re-elect Veteran Leaders

Prescription medication
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House Democrats May Investigate Soaring Drug Costs

Ivanka Trump walks along the colonnade before watching President Trump depart on Marine One at the White House.
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How Ivanka Trump's Email Controversy Differs From Hillary Clinton's

Rep. Nancy Pelosi
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Pelosi Faces Pushback In Speaker Race

Person holds stack of ballots
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History Shows Florida Results Likely Won't Change With Recount

President Donald Trump answers questions after giving remarks a day after the midterm elections.
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Dems Take Control Of The House, May Investigate President

New citizens recite the pledge of allegiance during their naturalization ceremony

New Citizens Set To Vote On Nov. 6

Imam Mohamed Magid and Rabbi Bruce Lustig

Imam, Rabbi Say Interfaith Connections Will Keep Hatred At Bay

Mourners wait outside a synagogue

DC Rabbi And Imam Look At Security Procedures After Synagogue Shooting

Election official feeds a test ballot into a vote counting machine
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Study Says Americans United On Being Divided

People protest the possible rollback of trans rights outside the White House.

Trans Rights Protesters At Rally: 'We Will Not Be Erased'

Woman in Nevada are 65% more likely to be shot to death by intimate partners than women nationwide.

Women In NV 65% More Likely To Be Shot To Death By Intimate Partner

People hold posters of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi
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How The US Could Hold Saudi Arabia Accountable In Khashoggi Case

Rep. Jacky Rosen with Newsy's Alex Miller

Where Senate Candidate Jacky Rosen Stands On Controversial Issues

Firefighters look into a home after Hurricane Florence hit the area.
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The Complex Costs Of Hurricane Recovery

The new bench order at the U.S. Supreme Court
Megan SmithPolitics

Justice Kavanaugh Hits The Ground Running

Anthony Kennedy administers the Judicial Oath to Brett Kavanaugh
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With Kavanaugh Addition, Supreme Court Marks New Conservative Era

Mourners visit the memorial near the site of the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting on the anniversary of the massacre.

Gun Rights Advocates Say Nothing Has Changed One Year After Vegas

Flyer for student activism rally

Veteran Candidates Look To Shore Up Voters On Gun Issues

A woman fires a gun at Las Vegas Gunfights

He's Teaching Las Vegas Shooting Victims How To Use Guns. Here's Why

A memorial is set up by the iconic "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign to honor the 58 people who died in the shooting.

Las Vegas Shooting Survivors Divided On Gun Reform

Las Vegas shooting survivor keeps a flag in her home to remember the Route 91 mass shooting.

Las Vegas Shooting Survivors Still Grappling With Attack

U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein
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Mueller Probe's Future Uncertain Ahead Of Rosenstein White House Visit

Sen. Jeff Flake
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More Senators On The Fence After Abuse Allegations Against Kavanaugh

Judge Brett Kavanaugh testifies during his confirmation hearing
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Kavanaugh Sidesteps Presidential Powers Questions At Hearing

Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh is sworn in before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
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Document Debate Monopolizes First Day Of SCOTUS Confirmation Hearings

Sen. John McCain lies in state in the U.S. Capitol

Mourners Line The Streets of DC To Honor Sen. John McCain