Greg Miller

Washington Post

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Greg Miller is a national security reporter for the Washington Post and the co-author of The Interrogators: Inside the Secret War against al Qaeda. He formerly covered national security for the Los Angeles Times.

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As America prepares to vote again, a question remains from 2016: are the Russians still “meddling” with US elections?

Voter Suppression, Climate Change and the President

As America prepares to vote again, a question remains from 2016: are the Russians still “meddling” with US elections?

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President Obama was briefed last summer that Russia hacked the election, and that it was directly ordered by Vladimir Putin.

Obama's secret mission to punish Putin

President Obama was briefed last summer that Russia hacked the election, and that it was directly ordered by Vladimir Putin.

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Yesterday's Senate testimony  by former Obama Administration officials was as much a warning about elections to come as it was about last year's campaign.

The Russians were coming. Did anyone listen?

Yesterday's Senate testimony by former Obama Administration officials was as much a warning about elections to come as it was about last year's campaign.

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