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Sara Sorcher

National Security Correspondent

ssorcher@nationaljournal.com

Sara Sorcher is National Journal's national security correspondent. You can find her in the halls of the Pentagon, State Department and Congress covering defense, military and foreign policy issues. Before joining the newsroom in September 2010, Sorcher worked as a freelance journalist in Israel. Her print and video packages have been featured with major outlets including ABC News, The New York Times, TIME, CNN World View and Global Post. Sorcher graduated magna cum laude in Middle Eastern Studies from Tufts University and speaks Hebrew and Arabic.

Latest From Sara Sorcher

Security Insiders: Defense-Budget Cuts Put the Military on a Dangerous Course

The planned cuts leave the military with too few resources to fight, experts say.

Security Insiders: Putin Will Try to Seize More Territory Beyond Crimea

"What's to stop him? Certainly neither the U.S. nor NATO," one Insider said.

Mike Rogers Is Headed to Radio. So Who Will Take His Gavel?

Rep. Mac Thornberry is next in line—but he doesn't want the job, so King and Nunes are moving in.

Half of Americans Think New Cold War Is Coming, Four 'Librarians' at Core of Nuke Cheating Scandal

NJ's Early Bird, March 28, 2014.

Mike Rogers Is Retiring--but Not Stepping Down Early as House Intel Chair

Rogers is not resigning early from his position, despite a news report saying he would.

U.S. Military: Sorry, Pakistan. You Won't Get Our Extra Equipment.

The U.S. is stressing its support for Afghanistan, which opposed the reported move.

IMF Offers Ukraine Up to $18 Billion in Loans, Obama Boosts Military Forces in NATO Countries

NJ's Early Bird, March 27, 2014. 

Show More from Sara Sorcher

Security Insiders: Defense-Budget Cuts Put the Military on a Dangerous Course

The planned cuts leave the military with too few resources to fight, experts say.

Security Insiders: Putin Will Try to Seize More Territory Beyond Crimea

"What's to stop him? Certainly neither the U.S. nor NATO," one Insider said.

Mike Rogers Is Headed to Radio. So Who Will Take His Gavel?

Rep. Mac Thornberry is next in line—but he doesn't want the job, so King and Nunes are moving in.

Half of Americans Think New Cold War Is Coming, Four 'Librarians' at Core of Nuke Cheating Scandal

NJ's Early Bird, March 28, 2014.

Mike Rogers Is Retiring--but Not Stepping Down Early as House Intel Chair

Rogers is not resigning early from his position, despite a news report saying he would.

U.S. Military: Sorry, Pakistan. You Won't Get Our Extra Equipment.

The U.S. is stressing its support for Afghanistan, which opposed the reported move.

IMF Offers Ukraine Up to $18 Billion in Loans, Obama Boosts Military Forces in NATO Countries

NJ's Early Bird, March 27, 2014. 

Show More from Sara Sorcher