Judith Miller Fox News, Bio, Age, Height, Husband, New York Times, Iraq, Education, Salary, and Net Worth

Judith Miller Bio | Wiki

Judith Miller is an American journalist. She currently serves as a commentator at Fox News and she is known for her coverage of Iraq’s Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) program. Judith covered Iraq both pre and post 2003 invasion. Later, the coverage was discovered to have been based on inaccurate information from the intelligence community. Judith also worked in The New York Times’ Washington bureau prior to joining Fox News in 2008.

Judith was also involved in the Plame Affair where Valerie Plame was outed as a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) spy by Richard Armitage. It was after Valerie’s husband published a New York Times op-ed casting doubts on claims that Saddam Hussein sought to purchase uranium from Africa. Judith spent 85 days in jail because she refused to reveal that her source in the Plame Affair was Scooter Libby. Later, Judith contributed to the conservative Fox News Channel and Newsmax and became a fellow at the conservative.

Judith Miller Age

She was born on January 2, 1948, in New York City, New York,  United States of America. Judith is 73 years old.

Judith Miller Height

She is a woman of above-average stature. Judith stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in ( Approx 1.7m).

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Judith Miller Family

She was born to her Russian-born father, Bill Miller who was Jewish. Bill owned the Riviera nightclub in New Jersey and also operated some casinos in Las Vegas. He became well known for booking iconic Las Vegas performers. Judith’s mother was a “pretty Irish Catholic showgirl. She grew up along with her half-brother called Jimmy Miller.

Judith Miller Husband

Early in her career at The New York Times bureau based in Washington, D.C. Judith dated one of the newspaper’s reporters called Steven Rattner but never married. She married Jason Epstein in 1993. He is an American editor and publisher. His full name is Jason Wolkow Epstein, born on August 25, 1928, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States.

Before Judith, Jason married Barbara Zimmerman in 1953 with whom he had two children namely Jacob and Helen. However, the couple divorced in 1990. Currently, Judith and her husband reside in Sag Harbor and New York City.

Judith Miller Education

She attended Ohio State University. There, Judith was a member of the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. She is a Barnard College of Columbia University graduate class of  1969. Judith holds a master’s degree in public affairs from Princeton University’s School of Public and International Affairs.

Judith Miller Fox News

Currently, she serves as a Fox News contributor, an author, as well as a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter. Judith has written and co-authored four books. Two of them were 1 best-seller. In 1996, she published another book titled “God Has Ninety-Nine Names,” (Simon & Schuster). The book examined the spread of Islamic extremism in ten Middle Eastern countries, such as Israel and Iran.

In 2002, Judith joined a small team that later won a Pulitzer Prize for their “explanatory journalism” for Judith’s series on Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda in January 2001. The same year, she won an Emmy due to her work on a Nova/New York Times documentary  that was based on articles for “Germs,” She was as well part of another Times team that won a DuPont award due to a series on terrorism for PBS’s “Frontline.”

Judith’s colleagues at Fox News Include;

Samantha Gannon-Sportscaster

Shirin Rajaee-anchor

Maureen Umeh-anchor

Marissa Mitchell-anchor

Holly Morris-reporter

Sue Palka-meteorologist

Wisdom Martin-anchor

Arthur Chi’en-anchor

Stacey Delikat-reporter

Sharon Crowley-anchor

Judith Miller Jon Stewart

Jon Stewart (Full name Jonathan Stuart Leibowitz) was born on November 28, 1962. He is an American political commentator, comedian, television host, filmmaker, and actor. Jon served as the host of  The Daily Show, a satirical news program on Comedy Central from 1999 to 2015. He is irreligious, but of Jewish heritage. Jon has carried exclusive interviews with Judith on Iraq War.

Judith Miller New York Times

She formerly worked with The New York Times. Judith is now an adjunct fellow at the Manhattan Institute and also a contributing editor of its magazine called “City Journal.” Judith writes and also lectures on terrorism and other national security issues, the Middle East, American foreign policy, as well as the need to strike a balance between protecting national security and civil liberties in a post-9/11 world.

Before she left The New York Times in November 2005, Judith spent 85 days in jail while defending a reporter’s right to protect confidential sources. The same year, she received the Society of Professional Journalists’ “First Amendment Award”  due to her protection of sources.

Judith Miller Iraq

She is known for her coverage of Iraq’s Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) program. Judith covered Iraq both pre and post 2003 invasion. Later, the coverage was discovered to have been based on inaccurate information from the intelligence community. Judith also worked in The New York Times’ Washington bureau prior to joining Fox News in 2008.

She co-authored a book titled Germs: Biological Weapons and America’s Secret War. The book became a top New York Times best-seller shortly after Judith became a victim of a hoax anthrax letter during the time of the 2001 anthrax attacks. She was forced to resign from the paper in 2005 after the New York Times determined that several stories that Judith wrote about Iraq were inaccurate. Judith’s Iraq reporting effectively ended her career as a respectable journalist. This is according to commentator Ken Silverstein.

However, Judith defended her reporting by stating that her job was not to assess the government’s information and she was an independent intelligence analyst herself.  Judith said that her job was to tell readers of The New York Times what the government thought about Iraq’s arsenal. Later,  Judith published a memoir titled The Story: A Reporter’s Journey, in April 2015.

Judith Miller Manhattan Institute

Currently, Judith serves as an adjunct fellow at the Manhattan Institute and also a contributing editor of its magazine called “City Journal.” Judith writes and also lectures on terrorism and other national security issues, the Middle East, American foreign policy, as well as the need to strike a balance between protecting national security and civil liberties in a post-9/11 world.

Judith Miller Salary

She earns a huge amount from her current role as a Fox News contributor. Judith has an average salary of $117,498 per year.

Judith Miller Net Worth

She is a very prominent journalist who has been working with well-established channels in the USA. Judith has accumulated a lot of wealth from her journalism career and also from her book that emerged as the best time New York seller. Judith has an estimated net worth of $1,798,564.

How Old Is Judith Miller

She is a 73-year-old American journalist and author who was born on January 2, 1948, in New York City, New York,  United States.

Who Is Judith Miller

Judith is an American journalist. She currently serves as a commentator and she is known for her coverage of Iraq’s Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) program. Judith covered Iraq both pre and post 2003 invasion.

Is Judith Miller Married

Early in her career at The New York Times bureau based in Washington, D.C. Judith dated one of the newspaper’s reporters called Steven Rattner but never married. She married Jason Epstein in 1993. He is an American editor and publisher. His full name is Jason Wolkow Epstein, born on August 25, 1928, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States.

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