Sasha Ingber - Newsy

Sasha Ingber

National Security Reporter

Sasha Ingber is a national security reporter 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
North Korea launches a missile
APU.S.

China, North Korea Test New Weapons To Deter U.S. Missile Defenses

A person looks at photographs in an album
NewsyU.S.

Veteran Takes His Own Life, Others Continue His Mission Saving Afghans

NewsyU.S.

Interpreter Who Helped The U.S. In Afghanistan Is Now Helping Refugees

Newsy National Security Reporter Sasha Ingber interviews CIA Museum Deputy Director Janelle Neises.
Jeff Wick / NewsyU.S.

The Little Museum Where CIA Officers Remember 9/11

Taliban fighters arrive at Hamid Karzai International Airport after the U.S. military's withdrawal.
Khwaja Tawfiq Sediqi / APWorld

The Taliban Celebrate First Day Of Rule Without U.S. Troops

A worker in protective overalls and carrying disinfecting equipment walks outside the Wuhan Central Hospital
Ng Han Guan / APSci/Health

Intelligence Community: COVID-19 Origins Are Still Unclear

Members of the Afghan all-girls robotics team attend a press conference after arriving in Mexico
Eduardo Verdugo / APWorld

Families of All-Girl Robotics Team Rescued In Afghanistan

Families begin to board a U.S. plane during an evacuation at Hamid Karzai International Airport.
Sgt. Samuel Ruiz / U.S. Marine CorpsU.S.

U.S. Citizen Describes Chaotic Journey Out Of Kabul

A man holds the flag of Afghanistan during a protest in Jalalabad on Wednesday, Aug. 18, 2021.
Associated PressWorld

Taliban Power Challenged With Protests On Independence Day

Hundreds of people gather near a U.S. Air Force C-17 transport plane at a perimeter at the international airport in Kabul
Shekib Rahmani / APWorld

Leaving Afghanistan: Afghans, Americans Face Chaos And Gunfire

Taliban officials arrange a Taliban flag, before a press conference by Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid
Rahmat Gul / APWorld

Afghans Still Fear For Safety As Taliban Promises Peace

Hundreds of people run alongside a U.S. Air Force C-17 transport plane at the international airport in Kabul, Afghanistan
APWorld

Exclusive: U.S. Embassy Sent Alert On Ghani Before Taliban Took Kabul

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani.
Rahmat Gul / APWorld

Final U.S. Embassy Cable From Kabul Hints At Afghan President's Escape

A woman from the Afghan National Army salutes her commander.
Rahmat Gul / APWorld

Afghan Women Trained For Combat In Secret By U.S. Army

Helicopter's shadow on the U.S. Embassy in Kabul
Mariam Zuhaib / APU.S.

First Flight Of Afghan Evacuees Lands In U.S.

A polygraph examiner applies electrodes on the fingers of a subject.
Fernando Vergara / APWorld

Ex-Polygraph Chief: Polygraphs Need Not Deny Afghan Interpreters Visas

AP ImagesU.S.

For Afghan Interpreters Outside Kabul, A Dangerous Journey Lies Ahead

Official with the Wuhan Institute of Virology speaks to reporters
Mark Schiefelbein / APU.S.

Chinese Officials Reject New W.H.O. Plan To Probe COVID-19 Origins

AP ImagesU.S.

U.S. Service Members And Vets Scramble to Save Afghan Interpreters

Newsy / Andrew LawlerU.S.

As Attacks Rise, These Security Experts Are Hunting Cyber Criminals

Afghan soldiers in vehicles pause on a road in northern Afghanistan.
AP ImagesU.S.

As Afghan Taliban Take Territory, Military Offensive To Come 'Soon'

Bagram Airfield
AP ImagesU.S.

Last U.S. Troops Leave Bagram Air Base In Afghanistan

U.S. NavyU.S.

A Declassified Intelligence Report Cannot Explain UFOs. What's Next?

AP ImagesU.S.

Low Expectations, Days Before Pres. Biden To Meet Putin

AP ImagesU.S.

Russia Tied To Meat Processor Attack, Accused Of Harboring Criminals

Wikimedia/Touch Of LightU.S.

UFO Report Due In June, As Government Is Accused Of Withholding Info

AP ImagesU.S.

Outrage After Belarus Regime Forces Plane Landing To Arrest Journalist

NewsyU.S.

U.S. May Have Suspected 'No Trace' Weapon Against Spies Decades Ago

AP ImagesU.S.

Putin's Foe Likely Suffering From Long-Term Effects Of Nerve Agent

AP ImagesU.S.

Experts See Ominous Signals In Russian Pullback At Ukrainian Border