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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
Four legal scholars debate constitutional law.
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Legal Scholars Debate Whether President Trump Should Be Impeached

House Intelligence Committee
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Impeachment Inquiry Heads To Judiciary Committee

House committee chairs
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Judiciary Committee Schedules Its First Impeachment Inquiry Hearings

Place card for Don McGahn at hearing
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Judge: Ex-White House Counsel Must Comply With Congressional Subpoena

House Intelligence Committee
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Hill And Holmes Testify, Rounding Out The Week's Impeachment Hearings

U.S. Ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland
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Key Takeaways From Ambassador Sondland's Impeachment Testimony

Kurt Volker and Tim Morrison testify
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Tuesday Impeachment Hearing Recap: 'It Was A Moment Of Shock'

Former Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch
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Yovanovitch Says President Made Her Feel Intimidated, Threatened

Newsy's Alex Miller with Sen. Marco Rubio
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Rubio On Senate Trial Timing: We Can't Care About The Iowa Caucus

Sen. Marco Rubio
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Rubio: Huawei Ban Shouldn't Be Part Of U.S.-China Trade Negotiations

George Kent and Bill Taylor testify
NewsyPolitics

Witnesses: Contents Of Ukraine Call Were 'Concerning'

Congress
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What To Expect In Wednesday's Public Impeachment Inquiry Hearings

Ambassador Gordon Sondland
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Sondland Revises Testimony, Says He Delivered 'Quid-Pro-Quo' Message

Rep. Adam Schiff
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Transcripts: State Department Officials Felt Unsupported By Pompeo

U.S. Ambassador to Russia nominee John Sullivan
NewsyU.S.

Deputy Secretary Breaks With State Department On Yovanovitch's Firing

Newsy's Alexandra Miller with Reps. Tom Reed and Josh Gottheimer
NewsyPolitics

Twitter Will Likely Miss Lawmakers' Deadline To Ban Hamas, Hezbollah

Army Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, director for European Affairs at the National Security Council, arrives at the U.S. Capitol.
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Lt. Colonel Testifies About Listening In On Trump's Ukraine Call

Congressman Elijah Cummings lies in state at the U.S. Capitol.
NewsyPolitics

Rep. Elijah Cummings Lies In State, Honored By Hill Colleagues

Republicans storm SCIF in the Capitol.
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Republicans Storm SCIF, Delay Pentagon Official Testimony

Bill Taylor, the top U.S. diplomat to Ukraine, arrives at a closed session before the three House committees.
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Acting Ukrainian Ambassador Testifies And Fills Gaps In Text Messages

Rudy Giuliani
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The DOJ Is Distancing Itself From Rudy Giuliani

Rep. Adam Schiff
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House Democrats Set To Subpoena Ambassador Sondland

President Donald Trump
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Federal Judge Says Presidential Immunity Doesn't Extend To State Cases

President Donald Trump
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President Trump Says House Investigation Is A 'Hoax'

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo
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Pompeo Says House Requests Are An 'Attempt to Intimidate, Bully'

Joseph Maguire testifies before a House committee
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Maguire Tells Congress Whistleblower Matter Is 'Totally Unprecedented'

Rep. Jerry Nadler
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Democrats Look Ahead On Impeachment: 'We Have To Move Fast'

Protesters march around D.C.
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Small Turnout At D.C. Climate Protest As U.N. Climate Summit Continues

People swearing oaths
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DHS Releases Plan To Combat Targeted Extremism

A hearing regarding D.C. statehood took place on Capitol Hill Thursday.
NewsyPolitics

House Holds The First D.C. Statehood Hearing In 26 Years