Peter Gattuso

Peter Gattuso is a reporter for The Morning Dispatch, based in Washington, D.C. Prior to joining the company in 2024, he interned at The Dispatch, National Review, the Cato Institute, and the Competitive Enterprise Institute. When Peter is not helping write TMD, he is probably watching baseball, listening to music on vinyl records, or discussing the Jones Act.

Peter Gattuso

Fact Check: Are Increased Disability Claims Contributing to Low Unemployment?

A recent viral tweet misinterprets disability awards and disability identification

Los Angeles’ Homelessness Referendum, Explained

Unpacking the city’s unorthodox strategy to shelter the homeless.

Native American Population Growth, Explained

What’s driving the surge in American Indian and Alaska Native census numbers?

Fact Check: Does the U.S. Spend 4 Percent of Economic Output Defending NATO Countries?

Marjorie Taylor Greene’s claim about defense spending doesn’t stand up to scrutiny.

Biden’s ‘Internet for All’ Initiative, Explained

Is the White House’s $42 billion plan to ensure internet access for every family realistic?

The FTC’s Latest Amazon Complaint, Explained

The feds say the e-commerce company bilked customers into paying for Amazon Prime.

Major League Baseball’s Prospective Move to Las Vegas, Explained

The Oakland Athletics want to move to the desert city, but complications abound.

The Feds’ Crackdown on Cryptocurrency, Explained

The SEC hopes the courts will help it tighten regulations on cryptocurrencies.