Judith Miller, the Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter with The New York Times, is now a contributing writer for Newsmax magazine. Miller, who turns 63 on Sunday, will focus on national security and foreign relations issues.
Her first article for Newsmax has been published in the January 2011 issue, an exclusive story about the Middle Eastern drug trade.
She spent 28 years at the Times, writing many articles about the War in Iraq. Her stories about Weapons of Mass Destruction came under fire. It was learned later that many of those pieces were either inaccurate or completely false.
Miller was also one of the reporters that famously tipped off a White House official that Valerie Plame was an undercover CIA agent.
Miller has authored a handful of books.
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