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

Making Sense of the Latest Clinton-Trump-Russia Court Filing

Special Counsel John Durham raises a new question and prompts plenty of bluster.

Lessons From the Viral ‘Crack Pipe’ News Cycle

The Biden administration rushed to deny claims by conservative media outlets, only to anger advocates of harm reduction measures. and the Government’s Identity Verification Problem

The backlash against the company, while legitimate, misses a bigger issue.

Who Are the Park Police Trying to Please?

In D.C., a federal agency cracks down on homeless encampments while pretending it's doing anything else.

The Sweep: How to Read the Fundraising Numbers

It’s not just about the money flowing in.

The Coca-Cola Ad You’ve Never Seen

How corporate sponsors are handling the political minefield of the 2022 Winter Olympics.

The Last March Against Roe?

Pro-lifers hope for a new anniversary to commemorate as they await a decision in Dobbs.

In North Carolina Redistricting, It’s Madison Cawthorn vs. the GOP

He surprised many Republicans when he announced he’d be running in a different district for 2022.

Federal Probe Scrutinizes Financial Dealings of the American Conservative Union

Sources say that investigators are looking into possible criminal campaign-finance misdeeds by the political organization headed by Matt Schlapp.

Can the Heritage Foundation Successfully Navigate the Post-Trump Era?

Its choice of a new president will tell us much about the direction the conservative think tank is headed.