Sasha Ingber

Sasha Ingber

National Security Correspondent

Sasha Ingber is a national security correspondent located in the Scripps News Washington, D.C., bureau. Before joining Scripps News, 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 [], 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.

Recent Work
A soldier stands on a bridge.
Rodrigo Abd / APWorld

Ukraine Regains Some Territory From Russians As Attacks Continue

Chechnya's regional leader Ramzan Kadyrov
Musa Sadulayev / APWorld

Who Is Chechen Warlord Ramzan Kadyrov?

President Biden meets with China's President Xi Jinping
The White House / APWorld

Don't Help Russia's Invasion, Pres. Biden Tells China's Xi

Firefighters try to put out a fire in Kharkiv, Ukraine

Experts Say It's Too Soon To Call The War In Ukraine A 'Genocide'

Police use tear gas against Ukrainian residents.
Efrem Lukatsky / APWorld

U.S. Warns Russia May Use Chemical Or Biological Weapons In Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin
Andrei Gorshkov / Sputnik / Kremlin Pool / APPolitics

Intelligence Leaders Discuss Putin's State Of Mind As War Continues

The remnants of a destroyed building in Kharkiv, Ukraine

Russia's Use Of Cluster Bombs In Ukraine Is Sparking Global Outrage

Ukrainian National Guard forces exercise as they simulate a crisis situation near the Chernobyl Power Plant.
Mykola Tymchenko / APWorld

Ukraine's Nuclear Power Plants Are Under Attack

Russian and Ukrainian officials engage in peace talks.
Sergei Kholodilin / APWorld

Peace Talks Stall As Russia Maintains List Of Demands

Ukrainian soldiers
Evgeniy Maloletka / APWorld

Ukraine's President Orders Full Military Mobilization

The Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in Germany
Michael Sohn / APWorld

Germany Halts Russia's Nord Stream 2 Pipeline

White House national security advisor Jake Sullivan
Manuel Balce Ceneta / APPolitics

Letter To United Nations Claims Russia Is Compiling Ukrainian Hit List

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
Ukrainian Presidential Press Office via APPolitics

Biden Reaffirms The Commitment Of The U.S. To Ukraine

Iryna Shchyhol and Oleksiy PoltorAKov
Oleksiy PoltorAKovPolitics

Ukraine Creates A New Civilian Reserve In Its Armed Forces

Pentagon spokesman John Kirby
Manuel Balce Ceneta / APU.S.

Why The U.S. Is Warning Of Russia's False Flag And Fake Video Plans

President Joe Biden
Alex Brandon / APPolitics

President Biden Vows No Nord Stream 2 If Russia Invades Ukraine

Twitter / @OedoSoldierU.S.

U.S. Navy Trying To Find Wreckage That Fell Into South China Sea

People check at a destroyed house after an operation by the U.S. military in the Syrian village of Atmeh
Ghaith Alsayed / APWorld

ISIS Leader Killed During U.S. Raid In Syria

Pallets of ammunition, weapons and other equipment bound for Ukraine
Senior Airman Stephani Barge / U.S. Air Force / APPolitics

Ukrainian Parliament Member Shares Concerns As Tensions Escalate

People watch a TV showing North Korea's missile launch.
Ahn Young-joon / APWorld

Expert: N. Korea Tested 7 Missiles To Get President Biden's Attention

President Joe Biden
Andrew Harnik / APU.S.

President Biden's First Year: New Chapters To Old Conflicts Overseas

A convoy of Russian armored vehicles moves along a highway

Russia Moves More Troops Westward Amid Ukraine Tensions

U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman, left, and Russian deputy foreign minister Sergei Ryabkov attend security talks
Denis Balibouse / APPolitics

No Progress Seen After Russia-U.S. Talks Over Ukraine Tensions

Pipe bomb suspect on video surveillance

Exclusive New Details On FBI Investigation Into The Jan. 6 Pipe Bomber

Seeking information flyers produced by the FBI
Jon Elswick / APU.S.

Online Sleuths Relentlessly Track Down Jan. 6 Insurrectionists

Family member of deceased Wagner operative
Anders Hansson / Dagens NyheterPolitics

New Details On Putin's 'Shadow Army,' The Wagner Group

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy surrounded by servicemen as he visits the war-hit Donetsk region in eastern Ukraine.

President Biden Warns Russian President Against Ukraine Invasion

Ethiopians protest against the United States outside the U.S. embassy in the capital Addis Ababa

Ethiopian Government Retakes Holy Site, U.S. Embassy Considers Leaving

The flag of Iran waves in front of the International Center building at the International Atomic Energy Agency in Austria.
Florian Schroetter / APWorld

Talks To Revive Iran Nuclear Deal Resume; U.S. Stays Distant

Jacob Chansley and others are confronted by U.S. Capitol Police officers outside the Senate Chamber inside the Capitol.
Manuel Balce Ceneta / APPolitics

'QAnon Shaman' Sentenced To 41 Months In Prison For Jan. 6 Involvement