Harvest is a reporter for The Dispatch. She previously covered politics for WORLD Magazine.
A proposal splitting the difference between Republicans and Democrats faces steep odds.
The president’s new strategy relies on Latin America to relieve immigration bottlenecks.
House Republicans pass their border bill despite intraparty drama.
A U.S. diplomat spoke at the same conference as Qais al-Khazali, who masterminded a 2007 attack that killed five U.S. soldiers.
Afghan journalists launch a news organization to cover their home country from afar.
A former booker for Tucker Carlson makes serious allegations against the network.
Plus: U.S. Shuts Down CCP Harassment of Chinese Dissidents.
What will happen to those detained as U.S.-China relations deteriorate further?
A group of evangelicals says a sweeping immigration proposal in Florida would trample their ministry.
A new bipartisan bill would up civil fines for the first time in 85 years.