Rachael Larimore

Rachael Larimore is managing editor of The Dispatch and is based in the Cincinnati area. Prior to joining the company in 2019, she served in similar roles at Slate, The Weekly Standard, and The Bulwark. She and her husband have three sons.

Rachael Larimore

Our Best Stuff From the Week Donald Trump Roiled the Abortion Debate

The presumptive Republican nominee said policy should be left to the states—until Arizona all but banned the procedure altogether.

Our Best Stuff on Online Discourse, Sports Gambling, and the Conservative Legal Movement

Plus: the lingering effects of schooling during the pandemic.

Our Best Stuff on Trump Bibles and the Apple Antitrust Suit

Plus, RFK Jr. picks his running mate and Biden courts ‘Haley Republicans.’

Our Best Stuff on Katie Britt, the RNC, and ‘Labor Shortages’

Plus: Robert Hur faces scrutiny from Democrats and Republicans alike.

Our Best Stuff From the Week Before Super Tuesday

Mitch McConnell announces he’ll step down as Senate minority leader.

Our Best Stuff Marking the Second Anniversary of the War in Ukraine

Plus: The truth about Moscow grocery stores and Biden’s diminished mental capacity.

Our Best Stuff on Tucker Carlson, Fani Willis, and More

Plus: the third anniversary of the Senate’s second acquittal of Donald Trump.

Our Best Stuff From a Week That Defied Description

Oral arguments at the Supreme Court, a ruling from the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, and a damaging special counsel report for Joe Biden.

Our Best Stuff on the Child Tax Credit and the GOP Primary

And yes, we weighed in on the Taylor Swift-Travis Kelce conspiracy theory.

Our Best Stuff From the Week Nikki Haley Fought Back

Plus: The RNC jumps the shark, the United Nations beclowns itself, and more.