Andrew Egger

Andrew Egger is an associate editor for The Dispatch. He previously covered the White House and campaign politics for The Weekly Standard.

Andrew Egger

How the Supreme Court Could Reshape Social Media

Internet companies might lose some protection from legal liability for user-generated content.

The Ethics of Assisted Dying

Canada’s push to expand access to euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide renews debates over the limits of the “right to die.”

What Do the Grassroots Do Now?

In Arizona and Georgia, MAGA state parties face reprisals and irrelevance.

Rick Scott Takes His Shot

Yet the senator’s bid to topple Mitch McConnell will likely be snuffed out fast.

House Republicans Choose Their Fighter

Plus: Will moderates flex any muscle? And a look at Democrats’ debt ceiling calculus.

Where Does the Pro-Life Movement Go From Here?

Election Night was not exactly a triumph for the opponents of abortion.

The End of ‘Stop the Steal’?

Republicans discover the limits of ignoring the big tent.

How Soon Will We Know Who Won the Senate?

If things look close, don’t stay up Tuesday night: A Dispatch Explainer.

‘Every Single County Is Now a Border County’

Republicans look to dysfunction at the U.S.-Mexico border to animate their base.

Despite It All, Can Blake Masters Win?

Arizona’s Senate race looked all but over in September. But Blake Masters is capitalizing on a new wave of voter angst.