Harvest Prude

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

Harvest Prude

The Ukrainian Surge to the U.S.

The United States has resettled more than 100,000 Ukrainians since Russia's invasion, but the way we're doing it raises questions and criticisms.

Tim Ryan Keeping the Pressure on J.D. Vance in Ohio

His well-funded, highly visible campaign has alarm bells going off in GOP circles.

The Dispatch Monthly Mailbag with Harvest Prude

Her favorite books, covering January 6, and who to keep an eye on in Congress.

Death of a Hook-up

A review of ‘Vengeance.’

Trump-Endorsed Tim Michels Prevails in Wisconsin Gubernatorial Primary

Former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch won a Mike Pence endorsement but faltered.

Can Ron Johnson Ride ‘Election Integrity’ To Re-Election In Wisconsin?

The idea that the 2020 election was stolen is deeply rooted within certain elements of the GOP, but it’s unclear the issue will resonate with suburban voters.

Endorsement Wars in Wisconsin

A competitive gubernatorial primary becomes the latest proxy battle between Donald Trump and Mike Pence.

The Days After Dobbs for Crisis Pregnancy Centers

Is the pro-life movement prepared as abortion laws shift in the states?

Democrats Call Out Biden Administration on Solar Companies with Ties to Uyghur Forced Labor

Plus: How the president's own party is reacting to his meeting with the Saudi crown prince.

The Hopes for a New Middle East

The Abraham Accords have reforged relations in the Middle East, which Joe Biden will see up close for the first time as president this week.