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

Biden Signs Law Banning Russian Uranium Imports

The nuclear fuel ban comes as Republicans and Democrats are zeroing in on atomic energy.

Russia Opens Up New Front in Northeastern Ukraine

‘Every hour this situation moves toward critical.’

State Department Report Says ‘Reasonable to Assess’ Israel Violated International Law

The document doesn’t point to a specific incident in Gaza, but weapons shipments to Israel sit in limbo.

Europe Announces Plan to Use Frozen Russian Assets for Ukraine

‘There could be … no greater use for that money than to make Ukraine and all of Europe a safer place to live.’

TikTok Sues U.S. Government Over Divestment Law

The court will weigh First Amendment rights against national security concerns.

Who Will Be Trump’s Running Mate?

Potential veep picks engage in feats of loyalty as they vie for Trump’s favor.

Israel Orders Evacuation of Eastern Rafah, Begins Targeted Strikes

The weekend may have been a turning point in Israel’s war against Hamas.

Georgian Protests Try to Reverse Russian Pivot

The Caucasus nation’s ‘existential choice’ between Russia and the West.

Biden Condemns Violence on University Campuses 

‘We are a civil society, and order must prevail.’

Trump’s Second-Term Policy Agenda

‘The next time, I’m not waiting.’