Sasha Ingber

Sasha Ingber

Sasha Ingber

National Security Correspondent

Sasha Ingber is Scripps News' national security correspondent. She focuses on the U.S. intelligence community and its adversaries, telling stories that illuminate events and places shrouded in secrecy. She has covered the war in Ukraine, the collapse of Afghanistan, damaging intelligence breaches, Anomalous Health Incidents at the FBI and CIA, the U.S. Capitol riot and pipe bomb investigation, and extremism and surveillance at George Floyd protests.

Before joining Scripps News, she was a reporter at NPR, National Geographic, and Smithsonian. A Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting grantee, she has reported from Iraq, Cuba, and Bangladesh. Her work has also appeared in such places as The Washington Post Magazine, The Atlantic, and ESPN. Her reporting has also led to guest appearances with other media outlets, including PBS NewsHour and the History Channel, as well as event moderation at the Kennedy Center and National Press Club. Before starting a career in journalism, she worked at the U.S. State Department, monitoring and debunking Russian disinformation.

Recent Work

Experts See Ominous Signals In Russian Pullback At Ukrainian Border

Russian opposition leaders Vladimir Milov, left, and Ilya Yashin

Alexei Navalny's Adviser Says 'I Narrowly Escaped Arrest'

President Biden

U.S. Leaving Afghanistan: 'We Will Rue The Day,' Say Ex-Officials

Gun control advocate protests

Democrats To Reintroduce Bill On Background Checks For Ammo Sales

Surveillance For Sale: Cameras On Amazon Tied To China Military, Abuse

TV shows ballistic missile

North Korea Says It Fired New 'Tactical Guided' Missiles

Militia members

Syria's All-Women Militia Has Been Crushing ISIS And Building Equality

Veteran-Focused Website Is Run By Russia And Pushes Vaccine Skepticism

Exclusive: DHS Reports Show How Analysts Missed Capitol Riot Warnings

Jamal Khashoggi

Intelligence Report Expected On Slain Saudi Journalist Jamal Khashoggi

QAnon 'ReQovery' Meets Reality: U.S. Is Far Behind In Deradicalization

Sex And Spying: An Old Trick Made New With Technology

Inside Russia's Cyberattack Capabilities After The SolarWinds Hack

Officers respond to scene of shooting

2 FBI Agents Killed, 3 Others Injured In Florida Shootout

Disinformation Experts, Security Officials Urge Media Literacy

American flag at courthouse

Foreign Adversaries Are Funding Domestic Extremism In The U.S.

Muted Protests Across The Country After States Fortified Security

Analysts Say Growing China-Russia Alliance Presents New Threats

Leaked FBI Memo Shows Armed Protests Planned In All 50 States

Pro-Trump rioters march toward Capitol

Former CIA, DHS, FBI: Capitol Riot Opens Pandora's Box Of Problems

Rioters in U.S. Capitol

Pro-Trump Rioters Storm U.S. Capitol

Hospitals Attacked With Ransomware Amid Vaccine Distribution

Pres.-elect Biden's CIA Director Search Complicated By Torture Report

Iran Mourns Assassinated Nuclear Scientist And Vows To Chase Killers

'Anonymous' Hacker Comes Forward And Vows To Take Down QAnon

President-elect Joe Biden behind a podium

Urgent National Security Matters Await Pres.-Elect Joe Biden

Trump Fires Cybersecurity Director Who Defied Election Fraud Claims

Thousands At 'Million MAGA March,' Unmasked And Talking Election Fraud

Chaotic Transition Leaves Pres.-Elect Biden Without Intel Briefings

QAnon follower at protest

Ex-QAnon Follower: 'This Is How You Get Good People To Do Bad Things'