Greg Miller

ReporterWashington, D.C.

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Avril D. Haines will return to the White House, where she previously served as deputy legal counsel.

  • Dec 18, 2014

The agency leaned on questionably credentialed advisers and made multimillion-dollar payments to nations hosting the sites, all while keeping the nation’s leadership in the dark.

  • Dec 11, 2014

Decades of scandals haven’t reined in the agency, which U.S. leaders have grown to rely on to do what no other agency can.

  • Dec 9, 2014

A Senate probe of the agency’s secret interrogations after 9/11 alleges the use of unapproved practices and dishonesty with the White House and Congress.

  • Dec 9, 2014

A Republican-led panel concludes that there was no intelligence failure and that the CIA and the military responded appropriately to the deadly attacks on U.S. facilities in Libya in 2012.

  • Nov 21, 2014

An internal committee at the clandestine agency is evaluating a proposal to combine long-separate spying and analysis divisions into hybrid units focused on specific regions or threats.

  • Nov 19, 2014

The move would ease an urgent need while the Pentagon builds a similar but slower-to-assemble program.

  • Nov 14, 2014

Director of National Intelligence James R. Clapper won the release of Matthew Miller and Kenneth Bae.

  • Nov 9, 2014

The rules are aimed at detecting militants with Western passports before they board flights to the U.S.

  • Nov 3, 2014

Lawmakers questioned the purpose and cost of deploying up to 1,000 undercover officers overseas in a move that would rival the CIA.

  • Nov 1, 2014
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Greg Miller covers the intelligence beat for The Washington Post. He is a winner of an Overseas Press Club award for his contribution to a series of stories on the war in Afghanistan. He is also co-author of a book, The Interrogators, about the first unit of Army interrogators to serve in that war. Miller has made reporting trips to countries including Afghanistan, Pakistan, Kuwait and Serbia. Miller is a California native, and previously worked for The Los Angeles Times.
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