Sasha Ingber - Newsy

Sasha Ingber

National Security Correspondent

Sasha Ingber is a national security correspondent located in Newsy's Washington, D.C., bureau. Before joining Newsy, she was a breaking news reporter at NPR, covering major national and international events including the Trump administration's denuclearization talks with North Korea, former special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe, the arrest of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, and the Hong Kong protests. Sasha has been a frequent contributor of articles and videos to National Geographic, and the associate editor of a Smithsonian culture and travel publication. A Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting grantee, her work has also appeared in The Washington Post Magazine, The Atlantic, ESPN, and other publications. In 2016, she co-founded Music in Exile [musicinexile.org], a multimedia nonprofit organization that documents the music and stories of refugees. Her trips to Iraq and Bangladesh have led to collaborations with the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and the International Committee of the Red Cross -- as well as media appearances on major radio shows and panel moderation for the Kennedy Center. Before starting a career in journalism, she worked at the U.S. State Department, monitoring and debunking Russian disinformation. She holds a Master's degree in writing from Johns Hopkins University and a Bachelor's degree in radio, film, and television from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Follow Sasha on Twitter @SashaIngber.

Recent Work
The TikTok logo on a cell phone
Michael Dwyer / APTech

Fmr. CIA Official Calls For Restrictions On Officers Working At TikTok

Derek Chollet, Counselor of the U.S. Department of State
Gemunu Amarasinghe / APWorld

Top State Department Advisor Says Ukraine Will Prevail Over Time

Voters cast their ballots under a giant mural at Robious Elementary School in Midlothian, Va.
Steve Helber / APPolitics

Russia Finds A New Home For Trolls And Bots To Reach U.S. Voters

The TikTok logo is seen on a cell phone on Oct. 14, 2022, in Boston
Michael Dwyer / APTech

TikTok Has Been Hiring Former CIA, FBI And NSA Officers

Proud Boys leader Henry "Enrique" Tarrio wears a hat that says The War Boys during a rally in Portland, Ore.
Allison Dinner / APPolitics

Intelligence Bulletin Warns Of Heightened Threat To Elections

Maricopa County ballots cast in the 2020 general election are examined and recounted by contractors
Matt York / APPolitics

Arizona Voters Describe Intimidation At The Ballot Box

The Department of Justice seal
Jose Luis Magana / APU.S.

Russians Charged In Scheme To Obtain U.S. Military Tech

Linda Thomas-Greenfield, United Nations Ambassador from the United States, addresses the U.N. General Assembly
Bebeto Matthews / APWorld

Former Intelligence Officers Fear Russia May Target Defectors In U.S.

Russian President Vladimir Putin
Gavriil Grigorov / APWorld

This Russian Force Stands Between Putin And A Nuclear Strike

photos from inside the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
NewsyWorld

Descendants Of Holocaust Survivors Meet In Washington, D.C.

Russian President Vladimir Putin
Gavriil Grigorov / APPolitics

High-Level Russian Intelligence Officers Are Getting Fed Up With Putin

Janaki Kates
NewsySci/Health

Former Senior CIA Officers Describe Their Mental Health Struggles

Ukrainian soldiers in the Kharkiv region of Ukraine
Kostiantyn Liberov / APWorld

U.S. Intelligence Is Helping Ukraine's Counteroffensive

The FBI headquarters building
Jose Luis Magana / APU.S.

Exclusive: FBI Agents In The U.S. Report Symptoms Of Mystery Syndrome

Sisters of ServiceU.S.

Afghan Women, Trained By U.S. Special Forces, Are Still In Peril

A group carries Confederate flags
John Amis / APU.S.

The Recent Evolution Of Right-Wing Extremism In The U.S.

Pallets containing a shipment of 9mm SUB2000 rifles await shipment to Ukraine at the KelTec gun manufacturing facility
Phelan M. Ebenhack APWorld

Intel Officers, Analysts Urge Stronger Tracking Of Weapons To Ukraine

NewsyU.S.

Son Of Ex-Spy: Saudi Crown Prince Is Abusing Counterterrorism System

A video shows Proud Boys in front of the Capitol
J. Scott Applewhite / APPolitics

Jan 6. Hearing Focuses On Role Of Proud Boys and Oath Keepers

MI5 Director General Ken McCallum, left, and FBI Director Christopher Wray meet at MI5 headquarters
Dominic Lipinski / APTech

U.S. And U.K. Intelligence Agencies Warn About China Threat

Abdullah Alaoudh, the Director for Gulf Issues at Democracy for the Arab World Now.
 U.S.

The U.S. Is Investigating Harassment of Saudi Dissidents

The Second Largest Minority
Library of CongressU.S.

The History Of LGBTQ Officers In The U.S. Intelligence Community

Chinese President Xi Jinping
Ng Han Guan / APWorld

Former U.S. Officials Offer A Look Inside China's Intel Community

Flowers and candles are placed around crosses at a memorial outside Robb Elementary School
Jae C. Hong / APU.S.

Questions Around Law Enforcement Actions In Uvalde Shooting Probe

Damaged buildings in Ukraine
Francisco Seco / APWorld

War In Ukraine Wages On 3 Months Later

A Russian scientist
 World

President Biden Hopes To Draw Scientists Fleeing Russia To The U.S.

Taliban fighters stand guard at a checkpoint near the U.S. embassy in Afghanistan
Ebrahim Noroozi / APU.S.

Exclusive: Watchdog Says U.S. Lost Track Of Weapons And Afghan Forces

Sen. Mark Warner
J. Scott Applewhite / APWorld

Sen. Mark Warner Concerned About U.S. Intel Leaks Regarding Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin
Mikhail Metzel / Sputnik / Kremlin Pool / APWorld

New Questions About Russia's Endgame After No Victory Day Declaration

Former Acting Under Secretary for the Office of Intelligence & Analysis at the Department of Homeland Security, Brian Murphy
 U.S.

Whistleblower Discusses DHS Official Altering Russia Intel Report