Alexandra Miller

Alexandra Miller

Politics Reporter

Alex is based in New York City covering national politics. Prior to her move, she covered all things Washington for more than seven years, leading Scripps News' coverage of President Trump’s first impeachment, both from inside the hearing room and on the ground in Ukraine. In one of her most memorable stories with Scripps News, Alex traveled to Poland with Holocaust survivors to look at the parallels between that time period and the rise of nationalism today. Prior to her time at Scripps News, Alex was a political reporter for Gray Television’s Washington Bureau and a local news reporter in Charlotte, North Carolina. Alex has also worked as an adjunct professor at her alma-mater, the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland.

Recent Work
Sara Hurwitz, the first woman Orthodox Rabbi
Scripps NewsLife

First Orthodox woman Rabbi breaks through barriers for future leaders

A former Army medic is pictured on duty.
Sergio AlfaroU.S.

20 years after Iraq war, this former Army medic is still reeling

A man looks over the electric chair in the death chamber at Greensville Correctional Center in Jarratt, Virginia.

The current state of the death penalty in the US

Einat Admony cooks.
Scripps NewsLife

How this Israeli woman built success in male-dominated chef industry

People mourn over graves of Israeli brothers who were killed Sunday.

Israelis, Palestinians brace for more violence after settler rampage

Delegations applaud at the United Nations headquarters.

1 year into war, United Nations is still searching for resolutions

Kentucky’s Asbury University worship service.
Asbury UniversityLife

Asbury University's marathon worship service gains national attention

Former President Jimmy Carter speaks during a forum at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston
Elise Amendola / APPolitics

Jimmy Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia, reflects on his legacy

Jimmy Carter
Branden Camp / APPolitics

Jimmy Carter's legacy extends far beyond the White House

President Joe Biden speaks about abortion access during a Democratic National Committee event at the Howard Theatre
Evan Vucci / APPolitics

Abortion rights activists call on President Biden for more action

Rep. George Santos, R-N.Y., waits for the start of a session in the House chamber as the House
Alex Brandon / APScripps News Investigates

Scripps News Investigates George Santos' $199.99 campaign spending

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, left, meets with Israeli President Isaac Herzog on Monday
Ronaldo Schemidt / APU.S.

Blinken meets with Netanyahu amid Israeli-Palestinian violence

The Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York City
Scripps NewsU.S.

Push for change as only 18 states require Holocaust education

People participate in the March for Life outside the U.S. Supreme Court
Patrick Semansky / APPolitics

March for Life returns to DC with new post-Roe v. Wade focus

Nurses hold signs during a strike.

Though NYC nurses reached deal, issues persist in hospitals nationwide

A sign stands outside the office of Rep. George Santos, R-N.Y., on Capitol Hill
Patrick Semansky / APPolitics

NY Republicans are now asking Rep. George Santos to resign

The Supreme Court
Patrick Semansky / APPolitics

How The Supreme Court Is Still Entangled In Jan. 6, Two Years Later

Rep.-elect George Santos talks to a voter
Mary Altaffer / APPolitics

New York Rep.-Elect Santos Admits To Lying About Career, College

Incoming New York Republican Congressman George Santos
Mary Altaffer / APPolitics

Incoming N.Y. Congressman May Have Won Election With Fraudulent Resume

A dreidel balloon in a parade
Tina Fineberg / APLife

Why Do We Play With Dreidels On Hanukkah?

Rabbanit Dasi Fruchter, of the South Philadelphia Shtiebel, lights a menorah during a public Hanukkah celebration
Ryan Collerd / APLife

Why Are There So Many Ways To Spell Hanukkah?

People attend the official lighting of a giant Hanukkah Menorah, set up by the Jewish Chabad Educational Center
Markus Schreiber / APLife

Why Are There 8 Days Of Hanukkah?

People strike against Uber.

Uber Drivers Strike In New York After Judge Halted Wage Increase

Michael Anderson, survivor of the Club Q shooting, testifies before a House Oversight Committee hearing
Mariam Zuhaib / APU.S.

Club Q Survivors Testify Before Congress, Press Lawmakers To Do More

The U.S. Supreme Court is seen on March 18, 2022, in Washington.
Jose Luis Magana / APPolitics

Supreme Court Will Review Case That Could Impact Future Voting

Rep. Hakeem Jeffries
J. Scott Applewhite / APPolitics

Hakeem Jeffries To Become Youngest, 1st Black Congressional Leader

An Iranian woman holds up a World Cup banner
Vahid Salemi / APSports

New World Cup Tensions Highlight Iran's Human Rights Crisis

Soccer fans at the World Cup hold a protest sign
Alessandra Tarantino / APSports

At The World Cup, Iran Protests Are In The Spotlight

Former President Donald Trump speaks to guests at Mar-a-lago on Election Day
Andrew Harnik / APPolitics

Republicans Separating Themselves From Trump Following Midterms

Incumbent Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis waves with his wife Casey as he arrives to speak to supporters
Rebecca Blackwell / APPolitics

Ron DeSantis To Consider Running Against Trump In 2024