Mary Trimble

Mary Trimble is the editor of The Morning Dispatch and is based in Washington, D.C. Prior to joining the company in 2023, she interned at The Dispatch, in the political archives at the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po), and at Voice of America, where she produced content for their French-language service to Africa. When not helping write The Morning Dispatch, she is probably watching classic movies, going on weekend road trips, or enjoying live music with friends.

Mary Trimble

U.K. Report Calls into Question Youth Gender-Transition Treatments

‘For most young people, a medical pathway will not be the best way to manage their gender-related distress.’

Polls Show Biden-Trump Race Narrowing

With plenty of time left on the clock, could third-party candidates play spoiler?

Iran Launches Direct Attack on Israel

Plus: Former President Donald Trump’s New York criminal trial begins.

U.S.-Japan Summit Addresses Chinese Threat in the Indo-Pacific

Biden continues to build coalitions of the willing in Asia.

House Divided Over Surveillance Authority

Republican lawmakers (at least temporarily) tank an effort to reauthorize a key national security tool.

Biden Takes Another Swing at Student Debt Cancellation

The president tries to make good on a campaign promise.

Trump Backs State-by-State Abortion Legislation

The former president tries to thread post-Roe needle, but faces rebukes from some pro-life advocates.

Israeli Inquiry into Aid Worker Deaths Reveals ‘Internal Failures’

Strikes that killed seven World Central Kitchen staff spur U.S. and Israeli policy changes.

Yellen Heads to China

Is the U.S. in for a ‘China Shock 2.0’?

Zelensky Lowers Military Conscription Age in Ukraine

In dire need of materiel from the United States, Ukrainians are adapting.