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Alexandra Miller


Washington, DC, United States

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Past articles by Alexandra:

Hakeem Jeffries To Become Youngest, 1st Black Congressional Leader

Jeffries, 52, is set to become the new leader of Democrats in the House of Representatives as Speaker Nancy Pelosi steps down. → Read More

Republicans Separating Themselves From Trump Following Midterms

The criticism this week was directed at Donald Trump, as Republicans grapple with an underwhelming performance in the midterms. → Read More

Why The Winners Of The Midterm Election Might Not Be Known Tuesday

Though Election Day is Tuesday, it might take some time to actually have race results because of different state voting rules. → Read More

Florida Candidates Hoping To Win Over Hispanic Voters In Midterms

As midterms get underway, Florida candidates are hoping to sway Hispanic voters at the polls. → Read More

Election '22: What Matters: Election Integrity On The Ballot (VIDEO)

Republican candidates in Arizona have embraced fraud claims and cast doubt on election results. → Read More

Steve Bannon Sentenced To 4 Months For Contempt Of Congress Charges

Steve Bannon, former adviser to then-President Donald Trump, defied a subpoena from the Jan. 6 committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol attacks. → Read More

Election Denial Becomes a Core Issue in Arizona's 2022 Races (VIDEO)

Arizona is just one state where people are refusing to accept President Biden's victory two years ago. → Read More

Pres. Biden: 'Our Country Hurts' After Hurricane Ian Slams Florida

President Biden visited the headquarters of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, where he was briefed on federal response efforts. → Read More

Holocaust Survivors And Their Descendants Share Generational Trauma

Studies support the idea that the effects of trauma can reverberate down generations through epigenetics. → Read More

Biden: Russia 'Shamelessly Violated' U.N. Charter In Ukraine

President Biden also highlighted consequences of the invasion for the world's food supply, pledging $2.9 billion in global food security aid. → Read More

Voter Priorities Heading Into Midterm Elections

More than half of Americans say they're "more enthusiastic than usual" about voting in November. → Read More

Why NATO Is Expanding

How has NATO evolved, and why is it changing now? The ongoing war in Ukraine has pushed a military pact dating from the 1940s back into the global forefront: the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, or NATO. We asked historian Garrett Martin to walk us through NATO’s expansion over 73 years, starting with WWII. → Read More

Judge Rejects Requests For Delay In Steve Bannon's Trial (VIDEO)

Steve Bannon's contempt of Congress trial will go on as scheduled and will center on his refusal to cooperate with the Jan. 6 committee. → Read More

Demonstrators In New York Are Rallying Against Roe Reversal

The overturn of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court now gives the power to each state to decide whether to ban abortion. → Read More

The Supreme Court Just Expanded Gun Rights. Now What?

The Supreme Court held that a New York gun law was a violation of Second Amendment rights. → Read More

Republican Campaign Focus On Guns Has New Implications

Some candidates have shifted targets from policy to groups of people, which can appeal to the base of a political group. → Read More

2022 Midterms: What To Watch In Nevada Primary

Nevada voters head to the polls with some high-profile races for Senate and Governor — each of which has been swept by Democrats in recent years. → Read More

Why We Give To Charity

Today, hundreds of thousands of people donate their time or money to non-profit organizations every year. → Read More

New York Gov. Hochul Signs 10-Point Legislative Package On Gun Reform

The laws raise the age to purchase semiautomatic weapons, ban body armor sales to some, close various loopholes and strengthen red flag laws. → Read More

SCOTUS Set To Rule On A Case Disputing New York’s Strict Gun Laws

Second amendment advocates believe allowing gun owners to carry weapons outside the home will prevent crimes in the city and elsewhere. → Read More