Mary Trimble

Mary Trimble is a reporter for The Dispatch.

Mary Trimble

Biden’s SOTU Shot at Bipartisanship

The economy was the star of Tuesday’s State of the Union address.

Balloon-gate Takes Flight

China’s inflatable espionage device has been shot down, but plenty of unanswered questions remain.

A Blazing Jobs Report in an Odd Economic Moment

Unemployment just hit its lowest level in more than half a century.

Ron DeSantis Bests College Board

The College Board revised its African American Studies course after pushback spearheaded by the Florida governor.

Emmanuel Macron’s Pension Problem

Workers are taking to the streets by the millions to oppose a plan to raise France’s retirement age.

The FBI Eyes One of Its Own

Prosecutors allege former counterintelligence agent Charles McGonigal took large sums of money from foreign nationals.

Tyre Nichols’ Death Renews Calls for Police Reform

As new details of the violent arrest emerge, lawmakers weigh what can be done at the federal level.

Ukraine’s Fight Against Corruption

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‘When Everything is Classified, Nothing is Classified’

Recent document security breaches bring attention to America’s over-classification problem.

The Turkish Roadblock to an Expanded NATO

Sweden and Finland still want to join the alliance, but Turkey stands squarely in the way.