Greg Miller

Washington, D.C.


Education: University of California at Davis, BS; Stanford University, MA

Greg Miller is an investigative foreign correspondent for The Washington Post based in London, and is the author of “The Apprentice — Trump, Russia and the Subversion of American Democracy,” a book published in 2018 by the Washington Post and Harper Collins. Miller was among the Post reporters awarded the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for coverage of Russia’s interference in the 2016 election and the fallout under the Trump administration. Miller was also part of the team awarded the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for public service for the paper’s stories about U.S. surveillance programs exposed by former intelli
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Legal peril for Prince Andrew puts focus on who will pay

Prince Andrew, long accused of living beyond his royal means, faces the prospect of multimillion-dollar legal bills in a sexual abuse lawsuit.

January 25, 2022

Assad’s tightening grip

In an escalating campaign, the Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad and his financially strapped regime have raided and seized dozens of businesses, even targeting foreign corporations and family enterprises that stuck by him during a decade of war.

December 4, 2021

Lawmakers call for crackdown on financial ‘enablers’ after Pandora Papers revelations

Lawmakers plan to introduce legislation that would require trust companies and others to investigate foreign clients who want to move money and assets into the American financial system. The bill’s sponsors cited the findings of the Pandora Papers, a sweeping international collaboration that exposed how the global elite conceal their wealth in tax havens that increasingly include the United States.

October 6, 2021

King Abdullah’s secret splurges

While billions of dollars in American aid poured into Jordan over the past decade, a secret stream of money was flowing in the opposite direction as the country’s ruler, King Abdullah II, spent millions on extravagant homes in the United States.

October 5, 2021

Post reporters answer your questions about the Pandora Papers

Three Washington Post reporters answered your questions on Monday.

October 4, 2021

    How U.S. sanctions take a hidden toll on Russian oligarchs

    Pandora Papers documents show how sanctions afflict Putin insiders — and how far they go to evade them

    October 4, 2021

    Billions hidden beyond reach

    The Pandora Papers documents — more than 11.9 million records from 14 offshore entities, including law and wealth-management firms — illuminate a hidden world that has allowed government leaders, a monarch, billionaires and criminals to shield their assets.

    October 3, 2021

      While his country struggles, Jordan’s King Abdullah secretly splurges

      King Abdullah has secretly spent tens of millions of dollars on more than a dozen lavish homes in the U.S. and Britain, Pandora Papers documents show

      October 3, 2021

        Secret money, swanky real estate and a Monte Carlo mystery

        Documents tie woman allegedly in secret, years-long relationship with Putin to luxury Monaco apartment

        October 3, 2021

        The presidential power to strike

        How much power should the president have to act unilaterally on drone strikes? And how will that question define a new era of U.S. warfare? Plus, Rep. Ro Khanna (D-Calif.) weighs in on the balance between the president and Congress on war powers.

        September 2, 2021