Harvest Prude

Harvest is a reporter for The Dispatch. She previously covered politics for WORLD Magazine.

Harvest Prude

NYC’s Mental Health Plan Sparks Controversy

Mayor Eric Adam’s new strategy for addressing mental illness and homelessness includes the expansion of involuntary hospitalization.

Masterpiece Cakeshop 2.0?

The Supreme Court will weigh whether Colorado’s anti-discrimination protections conflicts with creative professionals’ free speech.

It’s Lame Duck Season

Congress still has a lot to tackle before its membership rolls over in January.

How the Supreme Court Could Reshape Social Media

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

The Latest U.S. Shortage: Generic Drugs

From antibiotics to antivirals, supply chains are struggling to keep up with 'tripledemic' demand.

Mitch McConnell Comes Out on Top

The Senate minority leader predicted he would retain leadership of Senate Republicans despite a challenge from Rick Scott. He was right.

Kevin McCarthy’s Journey Is Just Beginning

He remains House GOP leader, but that doesn’t guarantee him the speaker’s gavel.

House Republicans Choose Their Fighter

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

Stop the Stealers (Mostly) Concede

With some holdouts, losing GOP candidates accept the will of the voters.

Election Deniers Denied—Mostly

Voters repudiated many of Donald Trump’s favored 'Stop the Steal' candidates in state-level races.