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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.

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Sen. Tim Kaine
AP / Greg NashPolitics

Senator Says No Intel Community Officials Attended Russia Briefing

President Donald Trump
AP/ Susan WalshPolitics

Lawmaker Has 'Far More Questions' After Russian Bounty Briefing

Members of the Coronavirus Task Force testify
AP/ Kevin DietschPolitics

Dr. Fauci Says COVID-19 Testing Will Ramp Up, Not Slow Down

Man holding pan-African flag
AP/ Nam Y. HuhU.S.

There's Bipartisan Support To Make Juneteenth A Federal Holiday

Sen. Tim Scott
AP Photo/Andrew HarnikU.S.

Senate Republicans Unveil Proposal On Police Reform

Protesters gather in Utah to demonstrate against racial injustice.
Ted S. Warren / APU.S.

Poll: Majority Of Americans Support Black Lives Matter

Philonise Floyd, a brother of George Floyd, is sworn in during a House Judiciary Committee hearing on changes to policing.
Erin Schaff/The New York Times via AP PoolU.S.

George Floyd's Brother Begs Congress: "Stop the pain."

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other members of Congress, kneel and observe a moment of silence at the Capitol.
AP Photo/Manuel Balce CenetaU.S.

Democrats Unveil Legislation to Make Systemic Changes to Policing

A group of protesters march against police brutality in Washington, D.C., on June 6, 2020.
Megan Smith / NewsyU.S.

Protester: We Need To Stay Vigilant For Decades To Come

Demonstrators protest over the death of George Floyd
AP Photo/Alex BrandonU.S.

Lawmakers Unveil Flurry Of Police Reform Bills

Joe Biden
AP Photo/Matt RourkePolitics

Biden: 'Donald Trump Has Turned Our Country Into A Battlefield'

Jerry A. Mann, center, watches as his grandmother, Sylvia Rubio, is tested for COVID-19.
Eric Gay / APPolitics

Expert Tells House: This is A Racial Pandemic Within A Viral Pandemic

Christi Grimm
AP/ House TelevisionPolitics

Ousted Acting HHS IG: We Follow The Facts, We Are Impartial

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell
AP/ Patrick SemanskyPolitics

Senate May Take Up COVID-19 Relief After Memorial Day

President Donald Trump and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin
AP / Evan VucciPolitics

Mnuchin: Jobs Numbers Will Get Worse Before They Get Better

Visitors walk past the U.S. Capitol dome on Capitol Hill.
AP Photo/Patrick SemanskySci/Health

Ex-FDA Commissioner Says We May Need To 'Define A New Normal'

Dr. Fauci
AP/ Win McNameeSci/Health

Fauci: U.S. Does Not Have COVID-19 Completely Under Control

Nominee Judge Justin Walker
AP/ Caroline BrehmanPolitics

Senate GOP May Approve Controversial Judge For 2nd-Highest Court

DNI nominee Rep. John Ratcliffe elbow bumps the Chairman and Ranking Member of the Senate Intelligence Committee.
AP/ Andrew HarnikPolitics

Senate Committee Questions DNI Nominee's Ability to Be Non-Partisan

U.S. Senator Ben Cardin
AP / Patrick SemanskySci/Health

Senators Back In DC Despite Some Members' Heightened COVID-19 Risk

A researcher prepares to take a nose-swab from a man at a skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility in Seattle.
AP / Ted S. WarrenSci/Health

Senators Ask HHS To Aid Senior Living Communities

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi

House Approves Additional COVID-19 Relief Funding

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi
AP/ Susan WalshSci/Health

With A Shaky Return Date, Members Of Congress Push For Remote Voting

Vote by mail
Ross D. Franklin / APPolitics

Democrats Urge Congress, States To Adopt Vote-By-Mail


President Trump Signs Largest Stimulus Bill In American History

A person is taken on a stretcher after going through testing for COVID-19.

What's in The Two New Coronavirus Aid Packages?

The Senate is working on a third stimulus package.
Susan Walsh / APSci/Health

Senate Begins Work On Third Coronavirus Package

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell speaks to the press
Susan Walsh / APSci/Health

Senate To Support House Bill, Work On 3rd Stimulus Package

Biden supporters at a campaign event in Jackson, Mississippi

Biden Campaigns in Mississippi, Sanders Skips Out

Voting center in Orange County, California

California's Delegates May Be Harder To Win Than Other States'