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

U.S. Authorities: China Is Trying To Steal Covid-19 Vaccine Research

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Former CIA Chief Says Intelligence Community Must Adapt After Covid-19

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Former Intelligence Workers Question Trump's 'Lab Leak' Virus Theory

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North Korea Defectors: 'Everyone Hopes Kim Jong-Un Is Really Dead'

Experts Look To Changes In TV, Chinese Military for Kim Jong Un Clues

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Medical Experts, Trained In Intelligence, Spy On Coronavirus

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Is North Korean Dictator Kim Jong-Un Ailing?

For U.S. Spies, The Coronavirus Pandemic A New Twist

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Wisconsinites Tell Us What It's Like To Vote During A Pandemic

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Protecting The Power Grid Through Covid-19

'They're Going To Do Their Job:' Police Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

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Amid Pandemic, Expert Says U.S. Election Is 'Trivially Hackable'

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False Information Abroad And At Home Plaguing The Coronavirus Crisis

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Increase In Telework Could Put U.S. Systems At Risk Of Cyberattack

From Vendors To Parts, U.S. Election Infrastructure Widely Unregulated

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'We Had No Other Choice:' Louisiana Postpones Primary Amid Coronavirus

Election Experts Say Coronavirus Outbreak Could Threaten US Elections

Election Watchdog: 300 Cases Open And Not Enough Preparation For 2020

Nevada's New Plan For Caucusing Raises Security Concerns

Huawei Chief Security Officer Insists Company Poses No Security Risks

Experts Worry About Your Personal Data In The 2020 Election

Iowa Caucuses App Debacle? Accuracy Over Speed, Says Election Expert

Lev Parnas Visits Washington, Urges Witnesses, And Wages New Claims

RNC Isn't Worried Senators Will Vote For Impeachment Trial Witnesses

Michigan, A Battleground State, Tests A New Election Security Method

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These Students Are Getting Paid To Read Propaganda

'There Absolutely Will Be Iranian Retaliation,' Former Diplomat Says

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Lithuania's 'Elves' Fight Russian Trolls Online

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President Trump Denounces Impeachment Vote At His Michigan Rally

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Lev Parnas' Attorney To Fight U.S. Prosecutors' Request To Revoke Bail