Myles Miller is an Emmy and Murrow award-winning journalist.

Myles’ reportage on law enforcement in New York is unmatched. In 2017, he embedded with the NYPD’s Narcotics Division to chronicle the work of the detectives who investigate overdoses.

In October, Myles’ exclusive reporting on an NYPD body camera exploding quickly became a national story. The New York Times cited his reporting in their subsequent articles about the incident.

Later that month, he broke the story of pipe bombs being mailed to prominent Democrats across the country and continue to break news until the end. Beginning with a tip about a pipe bomb being mailed to the Clinton’s and ending with the identity, criminal background and mugshot of the suspect.

His reporting on cars with recalls being sold by the City of New York lead to a city council bill that would make it illegal for the city to sell defective cars.