Sept 11, 2014: Youtube: NYPD's Bill Bratton and John Miller on ISIS, preventing terror
On the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, the city of New York is remembering and honoring the victims. NYPD commissioner Bill Bratton and deputy commissioner of intelligence and counterterrorism John Miller join "CBS This Morning" to talk about preventing terror in the homeland.
Dec 16, 2013: Antiwar: CBS “Journalist” Angling for Intelligence-Counterterrorism Job While Reporting on NSA
Over the weekend, CBS 60 Minutes ran a story about the high profile NSA spying programs revealed by Edward Snowden. It was, to put it plainly, embarrassing.
Dec 16, 2013: Atlantic Wire: John Miller, CBS News' 'Inside Man,' Might Be Going Back Inside
It now looks like John Miller's troubled report on the National Security Agency's intelligence gathering operation will be his 60 Minutes swan song. Shortly after Sunday night's episode aired, Page Six's Richard Johnson reported that Miller's departure from CBS to the New York Police Department is all but a done deal.
Dec 12, 2013: Huffington Post: John Miller, CBS News Senior Correspondent, Rumored To Be Up For NYPD Role
CBS News senior correspondent John Miller is rumored to be in line for a top post under incoming NYPD commissioner Bill Bratton.
John Miller is the Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence & Counter-terrorism of the NYPD. He is the former Associate Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Analytic Transformation and Technology. Prior to that, he was an Assistant Director of Public Affairs for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), where he was the bureau's national spokesman. Miller is also a former ABC News reporter and anchorman, perhaps best known for conducting a May 1998 interview with Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan. John Miller was named a senior correspondent for CBS News on Oct. 17, 2011. In this capacity, Miller reported for all CBS News platforms and broadcasts, including "CBS This Morning" and occasionally for "60 Minutes."