Latest from Robert Miller

Love in plain sight

Photographer and Deputy Director of Photography at the Washington Post, Robert Miller, photographs love everyday as he sees it on streets of Washington D.C. and Virginia.
  • Feb 13, 2020

In a home surrounded by homicides

The killings of Cynthia Glover’s children took place on the streets right outside her homes. Only one person has been charged.
  • Nov 16, 2018

‘If you don’t get at that rot, you just get more officers like Josh Hastings’

The shooting of 15-year-old Bobby Moore revealed a horror show of misconduct, cover-up and cascading institutional failure at the Little Rock Police Department.
  • Nov 2, 2018

Witness to the killing

In many homicides, police believe they know the killer's identity but can't get a witness to cooperate
  • Oct 17, 2018

How a wife’s gift inspired this photographer to capture life in the streets of Washington

He realized what he was missing while waiting for the perfect picture, so Post deputy director of photography Robert Miller embraced the energy and randomness of the streets of Washington.
  • Oct 4, 2018

Companies in the Cosmos: The new space race

NASA lost its ability to launch humans from U.S. soil when the space shuttle retired. Now, companies and billionaire entrepreneurs are defining a new space age.
  • Sep 11, 2018

Recession reflections: How Americans are coping from the 2008 crash

These are the stories of six people who still live with the fallout a decade later.
  • Sep 7, 2018

Four years after Michael Brown was shot, the Ferguson neighborhood where he was killed still feels left behind

Only a fraction of the pledges for Ferguson reached the neediest parts of town. All the corporate goodwill - and millions in investments -- were not enough to overcome a long legacy of racial discrimination and economic exclusion.
  • Jun 21, 2018

2017: The year in photos

The images that defined 2017 came from an administration marked by turmoil, terrorism abroad and at home, and refugee crises worldwide
  • Dec 6, 2017