Andrew Egger

Andrew Egger is an associate editor at The Dispatch and is based in Washington, D.C. Prior to joining The Dispatch in 2019, Andrew covered politics for The Weekly Standard and The Bulwark. He lives in northern Virginia with his wife and two young kids.

Andrew Egger

Pompeo Sounds Off on Classified Documents Scandal

Plus, Ronna McDaniel seeks to unite the RNC after her reelection.

Ron DeSantis Gambles on Vaccine Grievance

The Florida governor launches a risky political attack as he takes the pole position in 2024 speculation.

Trump 2024’s Terrible Start

The former president’s fledgling campaign sees a parade of setbacks.

The Basketball Star and the Arms Dealer Walk Free

But some worry that the circumstances of the swap may embolden bad actors to take more U.S. hostages in the future.

Democrats Plan to Upend the Primaries

But not everyone is on board with demoting Iowa and New Hampshire.

Walker Goes Down to Warnock

Why Georgia’s Senate runoff felt like a post-Trump election.

It’s Runoff Time

Georgia voters return to the ballot box to pick the 118th Congress’s 100th senator.

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.